Give and make an impact!
There are many ways to give! In addition to making a donation, you can purchase items from our wishlist, donate stock, enroll in employer giving programs, create a legacy giving plan, and more! Will you help provide the life-changing and life-saving support of a Diabetic Alert Dog?
You may make a donation online quickly via our Giving Campaign on Network For Good. A secure and convenient donation system that makes it possible to give to any chariy, anywhere, anytime online.
We invite you to join our inaugural Business Partnership Program by making a donation today.
Your sponsorship at any level will make a difference to a Diabetic in your area.
Donate by Mail
To make a tax deductible donation by mail, simply mail your check payable to Early Alert Canines to:
Early Alert Canines
1641 Challenge Drive, Suite 300 Concord, CA 94520
We have a great way for you to shop AND help out EAC at the same time!
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Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to Early Alert Canines whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.
Double, Triple or even Quadruple Your Gift To Early Alert Canines With An Employer Match.
Many companies match employee donations to charitable organizations. Your donation to Early Alert Canines can generate an additional corporate gift from your employer
Want to make a direct and meanfuling impact? Check out our wishlist on Amazon and donate items directly to EAC. Help cut our overhead costs by providing the items we need!
Make an extra impact by using smile.amazon.com to make your donation purchase and Amazon donates .05% of your purchase price back to Early Alert Canines!
Donate a Vehicle
Donate your Car, Truck, Boat, RV or Motorcycle – Running or Not! Tax Deductible!
For more information contact Car Donation Services at 1-888-686-4483 or click the donate button below. Be sure to designate Early Alert Canines as your charity of choice!
You may make a stock donation by contacting Carol Edwards, our executive director, at
Donor Advised Funds
“…During our first week together, Nona jumped on the bed at 3 AM to let me know my blood sugar was low, a feat many service dogs take months to reach...
...Nona lets me know when my blood sugar is low, so I can fix it and get back to my job (or back to sleep). My family can sleep through the night because they know Nona is there for me. I am privileged to help care for sick children, a job I can do because Nona is looking out for me.”
- Matt, placed with Nona in 2015