Dog-A-Thon for El Dorado Center for the Visually Impaired
Coretta Cort, May 5 2012My name is Coretta I am an official “Career Change Dog” from Guide Dog School for the Blind. I was born in San Rafael at the school kennel and was raised by the Shears family of Cameron Park, who helped me through my guide dog puppy training. About 16 months later I was returned to Guide Dog School. They soon found out that this was not the best career path for me and I was returned to the Shears who found a home for me in Placerville. I was so happy to return to El Dorado County! I now have an “under the desk” job. I sleep and play in my free time.
A Fund Raiser
Every dollar I bring in will help support the El Dorado Center for the Visually Impaired, a nonprofit 501(c)3 (Tax No. 83-0352582) organization that helps blind and visually impaired people in El Dorado County.
On Saturday May 19, I will be putting my best paw forward and will proudly join my mom and furry friends in a fun walk on the El Dorado Trail after the Awards Ceremony.
The highest sponsored pup of the overall event will be the designated Official Publicity Dog for the 2013 Dog-A-Thon. If I come in first, I will be the Top Dog and my face will be featured on next year’s Dog-A-Thon T-shirt!
Every dollar counts! If you would like to help me out, please contact my mom, Cathey Cort at 530 621-3844/ firstname.lastname@example.org or mail in care of
1800 Fairover Court
Placerville, CA 95667
I hope you will support my cause.
If sending by mail, please do so no later than Wednesday May 16th Your tax deductible checks may be payable to: El Dorado Center for the Visually Impaired