Team Calgary is working collectively  to help create an accessible and inclusive space for our clients, volunteers and dogs!


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$2,780 raised

$25,000 Goal

$2,780 raised

$25,000 Goal


As an organization, PADS believes that every corner of our community should be accessible to all—regardless of ability—without barriers.

Our Calgary team of volunteers, staff and clients have a mission to raise $25K to help make that a reality for the new PADS Training Facility in Calgary!
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Your donation will fund accessibility renovations for our new Calgary Assistance Dog Training Centre—from ramps and sensory enhancements to technology upgrades and the physical space. The renovations will make it fully accessible inside and out, ensuring equal access for all. Join us in creating a more accessible future—donate today!

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Beds and Training Gear: Help our working dogs learn better.
Signage: From accessible parking to entrances and washrooms this helps visitors know where to go and feel more comfortable.
Furniture: From chairs and tables to desks and grooming tables help us create an inviting and functional space.
Adaptive Technology: Accessible door buttons and switches will mean everyone can enjoy our facility independently.
Construction: The new space needs funding for ramps, lifts, walls, storage spaces, etc.

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Willy is a Calgary Firefighter and was matched with Turbo in November of last year. We haven’t had any big triggers to deal with lately, but Turbo is starting to tune in to my tells and give me a nudge or some love when required. All in all he is a game changer. He’s like an extra layer that keeps things from boiling over too much. 

PADS has been a big miracle in my life. I had a spinal stroke in 2018 and my life was turned upside down. I lost more than the ability to use my legs effectively, I lost my confidence and my independence…. When [Mallee & I became a team], I felt like I could go out again to a store by myself. I felt confident that people were focused on my service dog Mallee instead of staring at meShe has brought me a level of calm and confidence that I had been missing. 

Sara & PADS Service Dog Tonka

PADS Service Dog Tonka & Sara donate this in honour of Wendy Proudlock Tonka’s Volunteer Puppy Raiser and Miranda Turenne, Tonka’s Advanced Trainer.


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