Sponsor a Puppy

What's in a Name? Sponsor a Puppy!

We believe every dog in the ICAN program should have the middle name of ''Grace'' – as these dogs are underserved blessings to us all – to the people who raised them, to those who train them, to the families receiving them, and to the community engaging with them. They simply come into our lives and change absolutely everthing. Because of them we see the world differently. We perceive others more openly, we operate more intentionally, and most importantly – we learn to become our best self. We are more ''dog-like''. We learn to fully embrace joy, offer empathy, consider self-value, welcome companionship and experience true love. If you have a special name you'd like to bestow to one of our pupies in training, we encouage you to look at sponsoring a dog which provides you naming rights. Not only will you provide a pup his or her namesake you will take an active role in a puppy's journey of becoming a service dog!

ICAN has two types of Puppy Sponsorships; one that is done by an individual and the other sponsorship is one done by a company.  Your gift will help ICAN provide 75% of the veterinary costs for your pup in training for two (2) years.

Note: If no puppies are available at the time we receive your sponsorship, your name will be placed on a waiting list.

Koontz was named in memory of Howard County Deputy Carl Koontz who died in the line of duty.

Service Dog in Training Sponsorship 

INDIVIDUAL SPONSORSHIPS

When you sponsor a service puppy in training, you bring hope to people on both sides of the leash! Hope for a person living with a disability and hope for the inmates who train them. We invite you to be a part of this pup's incredible journey.

Your gift will help ICAN provide 75% of the veterinary costs for your pup in training for two (2) years

  • Opportunity to name a puppy in training. (Sumbit top three (3) appropriate names and ICAN will review database to eliminate duplicates from past names or determine if the name will be workable for training.)
  • Electronic photographs of your ICAN dog a minimum of one (1) time a year.
  • Progress updates from handlers training puppy every six to eight months.
  • Opportunity for at least two (2) scheduled visits during it's training to location of your choice (withing 50 miles of central Indiana). Skype visits for people outside of radius can be arranged.
  • Announcement of service dog placement* and snapshot of client.
  • Invitation to graduation ceremony and acknowledgement in event program.
  • A ohoto of you, your ICAN dog, client, and handler at the graduation ceremony.

Investment- $5000

Payment options

  • May be paid in full with case or check.
  • Payment can be done in full or annually; can also be arranged on a quarterly or bi-annual payment plan

*ICAN currently places 60% of all its service dog in training; however, some dogs are not well suited for service work and must be adopted out from the program. By agreeing to sponsor a dog in training, you are helping to bring hope to many people through your generosity.

Service Dog in Training Sponsorship 

COMPANY SPONSORSHIP

When your company sponsors a service puppy in training, you bring hope to people on both sides of the leash! Hope for a person living with a disability and hope for the inmates who train them. We invite you to be a part of this pup's incredible journey.

Hunter was named in memory of Geoffrey 'Craig' Hunt who died in the line of duty fighting fires in Yosemite National Pari, California. Hunter graduated to be placed with John to provide mobility assistance.

Terms

  • Two years
  • Sponsor status is major gift

Benefits

  • Opportunity to name a puppy in training (Submit top three (3) appropriate names and ICAN will review database to eliminate duplicates from past names and determine if name is workable for training).
  • Right for your company's logo to be placed on service vest during training (two year commitment only, company provides logo/patch with dimensions provided to you from ICAN.)
  • Electronic photographs of your ICAN dog two (2) times a year.
  • Progress updates from handlers training puppy two (2) times a year.
  • Acknowledgement of your sponsorship in ICAN newletter one (1) time during agreement (5,000).
  • Listing of your company on ICAN website as a puppy sponsor. 
  • Opportunity for at least one (1) scheduled visit to corporate location, event, or gathering.
  • Opportunity for one (1) "lunch and learn" with corporate associates, vendors, or VIPs.
  • Invitation for private "If These Dogs Could Talk" for corporate associates at Indiana Women's Prison (minimum 15 people).
  • Notification of service dog placement* and snapshot of matched client
  • Invitation to your pup's graduation ceremony and acknowledgement in event program.
  • Opportunity to use ICAN logo in related marketing.
  • Right to make one (1) promotional offer to ICAN constituents at one (1) event annually.

Investment – $7,500/annually for two years ($15,000 commitment)

(We offer a customized sponsorship package to businesses or individuals wishing to underwrite the full training cost of an ICAN dog – $25,000).

Payment Options

Payment can be done in full or annually; can also be arranged on a quarterly or bi-annual payment plan

Cocoa was sponsored by Endangered Species Chocolate.

 

Trig was named by a retired math teacher.

Activation Timeline (approximate)

Timeline based from the date the puppy is born/available.

  1. Corporate wide naming contest- Submit top three (3) appropriate names and ICAN will review database to eliminate duplicates from past names and determine if the name is workable for training.
  2. Puppy shower- Onsite introduction to corporate associates.
  3. Puppy starts training in prison
  4. Update (aprox 6 months)– A photo and handler highlight are sent to the company.
  5. On site visit (aprox 9 months)- Pup to visit coporate location, event, or gathering.
  6. Graduation (aprox 24 months)- Announcement to corporation of service dog placement*, and snapshot of client, as well as an invitation to the graduation ceremony. 

*ICAN currently places 60% of all its service dog in training; however, some dogs are not well suited for service work and must be adopted out from the program. By agreeing to sponsor a dog in training, you are helping to bring hope to many people through your generosity.

Wells (with handler) was sponsored by CoasterStone

If you are interested in sponsoring a dog or have further questions, please contact Dino at dino@icandog.org or call 317-672-3864.

 

Check out the gallery to the right for more ICAN puppy pictures! (Liz Kaye Photography)

What's in a Name? Sponsor a Puppy!

We believe every dog in the ICAN program should have the middle name of ''Grace'' - as these dogs are underserved blessings to us all - to the people who raised them, to those who train them, to the families receiving them, and to the community engaging with them. They simply come into our lives and change absolutely everthing. Because of them we see the world differently. We perceive others more openly, we operate more intentionally, and most importantly - we learn to become our best self. We are more ''dog-like''. We learn to fully embrace joy, offer empathy, consider self-value, welcome companionship and experience true love. If you have a special name you'd like to bestow to one of our pupies in training, we encouage you to look at sponsoring a dog which provides you naming rights. Not only will you provide a pup his or her namesake you will take an active role in a puppy's journey of becoming a service dog!

ICAN has two types of Puppy Sponsorships; one that is done by an individual and the other sponsorship is one done by a company.  Your gift will help ICAN provide 75% of the veterinary costs for your pup in training for two (2) years.

Note: If no puppies are available at the time we receive your sponsorship, your name will be placed on a waiting list.

Koontz was named in memory of Howard County Deputy Carl Koontz who died in the line of duty.

Service Dog in Training Sponsorship 

INDIVIDUAL SPONSORSHIPS

When you sponsor a service puppy in training, you bring hope to people on both sides of the leash! Hope for a person living with a disability and hope for the inmates who train them. We invite you to be a part of this pup's incredible journey.

Your gift will help ICAN provide 75% of the veterinary costs for your pup in training for two (2) years

  • Opportunity to name a puppy in training. (Sumbit top three (3) appropriate names and ICAN will review database to eliminate duplicates from past names or determine if the name will be workable for training.)
  • Electronic photographs of your ICAN dog a minimum of one (1) time a year.
  • Progress updates from handlers training puppy every six to eight months.
  • Opportunity for at least two (2) scheduled visits during it's training to location of your choice (withing 50 miles of central Indiana). Skype visits for people outside of radius can be arranged.
  • Announcement of service dog placement* and snapshot of client.
  • Invitation to graduation ceremony and acknowledgement in event program.
  • A ohoto of you, your ICAN dog, client, and handler at the graduation ceremony.

Investment- $5000

Payment options

  • May be paid in full with case or check.
  • Payment can be done in full or annually; can also be arranged on a quarterly or bi-annual payment plan

*ICAN currently places 60% of all its service dog in training; however, some dogs are not well suited for service work and must be adopted out from the program. By agreeing to sponsor a dog in training, you are helping to bring hope to many people through your generosity.

Service Dog in Training Sponsorship 

COMPANY SPONSORSHIP

When your company sponsors a service puppy in training, you bring hope to people on both sides of the leash! Hope for a person living with a disability and hope for the inmates who train them. We invite you to be a part of this pup's incredible journey.

Hunter was named in memory of Geoffrey 'Craig' Hunt who died in the line of duty fighting fires in Yosemite National Pari, California. Hunter graduated to be placed with John to provide mobility assistance.

Terms

  • Two years
  • Sponsor status is major gift

Benefits

  • Opportunity to name a puppy in training (Submit top three (3) appropriate names and ICAN will review database to eliminate duplicates from past names and determine if name is workable for training).
  • Right for your company's logo to be placed on service vest during training (two year commitment only, company provides logo/patch with dimensions provided to you from ICAN.)
  • Electronic photographs of your ICAN dog two (2) times a year.
  • Progress updates from handlers training puppy two (2) times a year.
  • Acknowledgement of your sponsorship in ICAN newletter one (1) time during agreement (5,000).
  • Listing of your company on ICAN website as a puppy sponsor. 
  • Opportunity for at least one (1) scheduled visit to corporate location, event, or gathering.
  • Opportunity for one (1) "lunch and learn" with corporate associates, vendors, or VIPs.
  • Invitation for private "If These Dogs Could Talk" for corporate associates at Indiana Women's Prison (minimum 15 people).
  • Notification of service dog placement* and snapshot of matched client
  • Invitation to your pup's graduation ceremony and acknowledgement in event program.
  • Opportunity to use ICAN logo in related marketing.
  • Right to make one (1) promotional offer to ICAN constituents at one (1) event annually.

Investment - $7,500/annually for two years ($15,000 commitment)

(We offer a customized sponsorship package to businesses or individuals wishing to underwrite the full training cost of an ICAN dog - $25,000).

Payment Options

Payment can be done in full or annually; can also be arranged on a quarterly or bi-annual payment plan

Cocoa was sponsored by Endangered Species Chocolate.

 

Trig was named by a retired math teacher.

Activation Timeline (approximate)

Timeline based from the date the puppy is born/available.

  1. Corporate wide naming contest- Submit top three (3) appropriate names and ICAN will review database to eliminate duplicates from past names and determine if the name is workable for training.
  2. Puppy shower- Onsite introduction to corporate associates.
  3. Puppy starts training in prison
  4. Update (aprox 6 months)- A photo and handler highlight are sent to the company.
  5. On site visit (aprox 9 months)- Pup to visit coporate location, event, or gathering.
  6. Graduation (aprox 24 months)- Announcement to corporation of service dog placement*, and snapshot of client, as well as an invitation to the graduation ceremony. 

*ICAN currently places 60% of all its service dog in training; however, some dogs are not well suited for service work and must be adopted out from the program. By agreeing to sponsor a dog in training, you are helping to bring hope to many people through your generosity.

Wells (with handler) was sponsored by CoasterStone

If you are interested in sponsoring a dog or have further questions, please contact Dino at dino@icandog.org or call 317-672-3864.

 

Check out the gallery to the right for more ICAN puppy pictures! (Liz Kaye Photography)