We wanted to let you know about an event that we think will be fun and is for a great cause. Crabtree’s Kittle House is proud to be a continuing supporter of ECAD (Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities). ECAD provides expertly trained Service Dogs to seriously wounded Veterans and to civilians with various disabilities. These Service Dogs help their owners lead safer, more comfortable and independent lives.
This year, ECAD has been selected as the charity for the Greenwich Polo Club Match on September 1, 2013. They will be having a sit-down lunch for 200 people with beverages and entertainment, and you can watch an exciting polo match. Proceeds from the event will help raise money to provide these Service Dogs free of charge to all veterans who qualify and for a small fee for civilians. A Service Dog requires two years of training at a cost in excess of $25,000.
There will be many Service Dogs at the event, and we can tell you that the work they do for their owners is priceless. Their beauty belies their importance to the life of their owners. If you wish to attend or send a donation you can do so online at http://www.ecad1.org/polo.