Sharon Todhunter September 14, 2017 No Comments

Compass Assistance Dogs Dollar A Day Program

Compass Assistance Dogs is pleased to announce the start of its new Dollar-A-Day program.

The Dollar – A – Day program was created to give individuals the convenience of being able to participate as much or as little as they want.  For just One Dollar A Day ($1), you can join other generous people in the community who are sponsoring a puppy to become an Assistance Dog.  This means a $20,000 full sponsorship becomes a shared one.  You will receive regular updates on the progress of your puppy, right through to it’s graduation.

Taking part in the Dollar – A – Day program is a simple one step process.

Just click the link below and you will be forwarded to the MyCause donations page, where you then select how often you would like to donate and the amount.

And that’s it.  Once your donation has been received, you will be contact via email with a thank you card and information about the puppy you will be sponsoring in the C.A.D program.

Click here for more information

This years Chook Tractor Winner

We had an amazing response to our beautiful hand made chook tractor from our wonderful farm and woodwork team here at Compass. We have drawn out the lucky winners and Congratulations to them as were so thrilled and excited to receive their prize.

Thank you to everyone who supported us by buying a raffle ticket and we will have another chook tractor this time next year.


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Compass Assistant Dogs

Being a holiday carer is great because you get to look after a puppy-in-training while their nominated carer goes to a wedding, attends an event or has a holiday. I love looking after ‘Bosco’, he has a cheeky nature (he sometimes even sits with his paws crossed!), yet is very clever, loves to visit shops and behaves very well in public. A big thank you to Woolworths Beerwah and the community who always give us a warm welcome wherever we go. Sharon Chapman, Glass House Mountains, Compass Assistance Dogs Holiday Carer.