100 Cars For Good: Carolina Canines for Serviceclose
Carolina Canines for Service of Wilmington, North Carolina is our Day 99 winner in the 2011 100 Cars for Good program. The new Sienna Mobility minivan they received will help them reach more people than ever with their life-transforming work of training service dogs for veterans with disabilities. Check out Leslie’s story in the video. Leslie, a retired Army captain, credits her dog Isaac with helping her rekindle her zest for life and come back stronger than ever. You’ll also meet Rick and Pat Hairston, co-founders of Canines for Service, who are dedicated to making life a little easier for individuals who have made incredible sacrifices for our country.
It’s clear that just one car can make a big difference. So imagine the good 100 cars could do. To learn more and to help other great organizations accomplish even more in their communities, follow 100 Cars for Good on Facebook at www.100carsforgood.com and on Twitter at #100cars.