When 4-year-old Solomon was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in April 2020, we started a fundraiser to help him raise the money he needed for a professionally trained service dog.
We started fundraising on June 10th. By June 14th, God’s amazing people had donated the $10,000.00 necessary to secure Solomon’s puppy from the next litter.
We still had to raise another $12,000.00 before we could secure the pup’s training spot.
Are you ready to celebrate?
God has used His generous people to help us raise a total of $14,038.9 between June 10-27, 2020!
Solomon has secured his puppy from the next litter and only needs $7,969.31 to secure his training spot!
I look forward to sharing photos and more about Solomon’s story as we continue supporting him on his journey. BUT TODAY, I’m asking for your help.
Will you join us by doing one or more of the following:
- Praying for Solomon, his family,the Tails for Life trainers, and the puppy God has already chosen to serve Solomon.
- Prayerfully consider making a tax-deductible donation in any amount directly to Tails for Life to help us reach our final goal.
- Share this post on social media and encourage others to donate and/or share the post, so we can reach more people.
You can make your tax-deductible donation online or send a check, made payable to Tails for Life with a note in the memo: “Solomon Henry’s Service Dog.
Please send checks to:
Tails for Life
Attention: Jacob Guell
W7074 Penny Lane
Fond du Lac, WI 54937
If you have any problems making a donation online and adding “Solomon Henry’s Service Dog” in the notes section, please make your donation online then email Jacob Guell at [email protected] to let him know your donation is for Solomon.
I am praising God now for the wonderful way He is going to provide for Solomon and his family, just like He provided for me and my sweet Callie Mae.
Please feel free to leave a comment below to encourage Solomon and his family, as well as the Tails for Life team members who have dedicated their lives to serving God by providing well-trained service dogs and ongoing training support to those in need.