Trails N' Trails 2017

On Saturday September 23rd 2017, humans and hounds alike will hit the trails of Uniacke Estate Museum Park, Nova Scotia in support of first responders with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in need of service dogs.

Presented by Muddy Paws Adventures, The Canadian Intervention & Assistance Dog Association (CIAD)  and The Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia, Trails N’ Tails is a 60 minute nature hike through some of Hants County’s most picturesque trails. Participants have the option to make a donation or collect pledges with all proceeds going directly to providing service dogs with Nova Scotia First Responders living with PTSD.

This Go Fund Me page is here to provide those who cannot join us on the hike, an opportunity to still donate. Participants may also use it to collect pledges. Just have your donors place your name in the comment section.

Your contribution through this page will change the life of Nova Scotia first responders living with Post Dramatic Stress Disorder by providing them a service dog that is trained specific to their needs.

While one significant event could very likely have a devastating effect on the mental health of our emergency service personal, it is also the cumulative years of serving their communities that can take a tole on their well being. Please help support our fire, paramedic, police and military personal. 

If you would like to receive a receipt for your donation, please leave your name and FULL address (including postal code) in the comment section.


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Linda Townsend 
Upper Rawdon, NS
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