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Unleashing the Bolo Project !

Updated: Jul 13, 2023

BOLO means Be On the Look Out for Confident, Inspired Future Leaders of Impact

The next wave of incredible individuals have joined the Bolo Project! This month, a group of passionate and driven students have emBARKED on a life-changing 8-week journey.

To kick off the program, participants attend a 2-day retreat on July 8th, where they dove headfirst into a world of personal growth and success. Throughout the program, our amazing teens will delve into topics like financial literacy, cultivating success and growth habits, and supporting animal welfare initiatives. Their goal? To become individuals who make a tangible impact on the world around them.

The animal welfare project is a key part of the Bolo Project. To help students, we partnered with three amazing nonprofits from across America. Students will create a fundraising campaign for one of the three organizations. Each nonprofit, just like us, is committed to the Dog-Human bond in creating positive change and impact for the dogs and humans in their communities.

Help us support the Bolo Project through funding a Bolo Project Scholarship and donating to our special funds that supports each nonprofit.

Kentucky K9 Search and Rescue Foundation

Located in Lewisport Kentucky, KYK9SAR Foundation functions to help strengthen the capabilities of Search and Rescue K9 handlers. Providing support for themselves and their K9’s with Education, Equipment and Supplies needed to remain deployable and qualified in their efforts to find missing and lost people.

Church of Pug

A pug rescue from Seatle, Washington they adopt well-outside the state. Sharing their love of the pug breed and supporting families with LOTS of mobility experience from providing mobility devices but also suggesting tips and tricks to get a loving pug moving again! Strollers, ramps and 2 wheel and 4 wheelchairs help with a pug's mobility at all stages too!

Journey Together Service Dogs

Journey Together Service Dogs (JTSD) provide highly trained service dogs to people diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, their unique Prison Dog Program Dogs seeks trainers who reside at the Oshkosh Correctional Institute. Inmates learn to become trainers that ultimately train the service dogs. Once dogs graduate from the program, they are placed at no

charge with recipients.

Our Bolo Project participants can't do it alone! These young people need your support to make their work a resounding success. You can nurture future leaders AND donate to our three "Animal Welfare Project" Non-Profits. Together, we can make a difference and pave the way for a brighter future.

Join us in transforming dreams into reality! Donate today to support the Bolo Project

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