Did you see Tobey, David and Caleb interviewed on Channel 3 to promote SBF and the Sporting Clay event? Reporter Jared Dillingham has helped us promote this fundraising event two years in a row. Are you registered? Do you know anyone who would like to participate? It’s not too late, but please hurry so we can be prepared.
The Arizona Republic posted this article about the SBF groundbreaking ceremony.
The Peoria Times newspaper printed a feature story about the SBF Groundbreaking Ceremony in their February 26 issue. The story is also available on their website. Thank you Carolyn Dreyer for attending the event and writing this great story.
The Peoria Independent released a story “Peoria nonprofit to help more vets and homeless dogs” by Cecelia Chan on February 28.
YourWestValley.com posted an article about the recent groundbreaking ceremony.
See us on page 10 in the June issue of Green Living magazine. Writer Sara Weber crafted a heart-warming, informative article about the SBF training program and the veterans and dogs who benefit. It’s a quick read so take a minute to enjoy it. Thank you to Sara and the Green Living magazine team for showcasing our organization in this issue. We are honored.
June issue Green Living magazine: http://issuu.com/greenlivingaz/docs/glaz_2015-06
Did you miss our interview on 4/12 with team Brandon & Molly and board member Tobey? Watch a video of their live interview with Channel 3 anchor Jared Gillingham.
Trainer Starr and team James & Rocco were interviewed for a segment on Verde Valley TV. During their show “Verde Valley Experience”, host Jennifer Cohen visited with Starr and James about the SBF training program and how it makes a difference for our veterans. The YouTube link below is for the entire show. The segment about SBF begins at the 2:20 mark.
Phoenix news station Fox10 aired a story about SBF yesterday. You can watch it on the Fox10 website at: http://www.fox10phoenix.com/story/27888374/2015/01/19/organization-pairs-vets-with-ptsd-and-dogs
John (SBF founder) and Brandon (August 2014 graduate) were interviewed in December. The focus of the story is how the SBF training program can make a difference for veterans as well as impacting their families.
The Vistancia community magazine Mountain View included a feature story about the Soldier’s Best Friend program, one of our volunteers and two veteran/dog teams in its January issue. It’s available through the Estrella Publishing website or as a Yudu flipbook. Links are available below. This article is well worth the time to read. We hope you enjoy it.
Estrella Publishing (see bottom right to launch the full edition): http://www.estrellapublishing.com/#!magazines/cd86
Direct link to Yudu flipbook: http://content.yudu.com/Library/A3aq0w/MountainViewmagazine/resources/index.htm?referrerUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.estrellapublishing.com.usrfiles.com%2Fhtml%2Ffd27df_2ee02e1e0d368350d4ab6bb3f2e4c75e.html