September Newsletter 2019

Believet celebrated an incredible 5th annual Spring Fundraiser hosted by The Grand in Northfield, Minnesota on March 29th. Every year, the fundraiser attracts new supporters and dog lovers making, this year reach the venue’s maximum capacity.

In this newsletter you will learn about our 5th Annual Grand Event Executive director, Sam Daly, called it a “whirlwind
night”. Volunteer Spotlight, Brittany, Featured Dog: Oscar, 2019 Board of Directors changes, 2019 Events.

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February Newsletter 2019

Believet welcomes 2019 with two new service dog prospects. The black lab sisters, Shadow and Piper are just 10 months old. They have been living in separate puppy raising foster homes for the past seven months and are now ready to start their training with Believet.

In this newsletter you will learn a little about Believet trained dogs, as well a brief overview of the Purdue University study stating effectiveness of service dogs for psychiatric disablities. Featured articles: Volunteer Spotlight and Featured dog: Freedom.

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January Newsletter 2018

Our mission is to provide custom trained assistance dogs,free of charge, to empower injured U.S. military veterans
to gain greater independence.

In this newsletter you will learn about previous events, adopted dogs, and 2017 graduation. Featured articles: Meet the Founder and Dog of the Month: Sonny.

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2018 Annual Report

2018 was another good year, and we’re so thankful you were a part of it. It’s with great pride we share some highlights of the year: We placed 6 expertly trained assistance dogs with 6 veterans; changing 12 lives. Our community helped raise almost $200,000 in revenue, a 20% increase from last year.

Together, we can help break the stigma of mental health and to help veterans return to a peaceful, productive and hopeful life.
Believet thanks all of the businesses, groups, and individuals that support our mission.

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2017 Annual Report

2017 was a year of progress. We expanded our volunteer force and installed a volunteer coordinator. We now have a custom
database that tracks individual dog behavior, training logs for the dogs, handler training, cost per dog, and volunteer hours per dog.

Believet is gaining momentum to help to reduce and prevent veteran suicide; every veteran that comes through our door receives the family treatment. At this time our program is still 100% free.

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