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Offered by Canines for Disabled Kids, Inc.
Are you under the age of 18, have a disability, and have been accepted for membership by a guide dog training program? If so, consider applying for the Canines for Disabled Kids Scholarship! The scholarship is open to minors with physical disabilities, psychological disabilities, or who are on the Autism Spectrum. In addition, applicants must have been accepted by a guide dog training program.
The scholarship is funded by Canines for Disabled Kids, a non-profit organization that supports child-canine service teams to promote independence and social awareness. The scholarship recipients are awarded between $250 and $5,000 to help pay for their guide dog training program. Applications are considered semiannually, with deadlines typically on both the last day of December and May.
If you could use some help paying for your guide dog training program, we encourage you to apply!
The scholarship is open to children under 18 years of age who have been accepted to an Assistance Dog International program, an International Guide Dog Federation, or another qualified training program. Applicants must also meet the eligibility requirements below.
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To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an application, a copy of the acceptance letter from their guide dog training program, and the below application materials.
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