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๐ŸŒŸ Bridging Hope: Four-Legged Angels & Veterans Association of Bristol County ๐ŸŒŸ




Four-Legged Angels, a first responder-run nonprofit organization, and the Veterans Association of Bristol County recently converged to explore opportunities for collaboration. This encounter unveiled a tapestry of remarkable initiatives aimed at supporting veterans through companionship, community, and care.


Four-Legged Angels, is a beacon of compassion committed to rescuing dogs from last-chance shelters. Their mission goes beyond rescue; they passionately match these rescued canines with Veterans and First Responders in need, forging bonds that heal and empower. Through rigorous training, these once-forgotten animals transform into service dogs, therapy dogs, and comfort dogs, providing invaluable support to those who have served our communities and nation.


Every Day The Veterans Association of Bristol County is a cornerstone of support for veterans. Their multifaceted approach includes a plethora of programs designed to address the holistic needs of veterans. From daily lunches fostering camaraderie to a food bank ensuring no Veteran goes hungry, from peer support groups offering solace to morning coffee socials nurturing connections, the Veterans Association leaves no stone unturned in their commitment to serving those who have served.


The meeting between Four-Legged Angels and the Veterans Association of Bristol County was not just an introduction; it was a convergence of shared values and unwavering dedication to service. As both entities exchanged insights and explored possibilities, the potential for collaboration became abundantly clear. By harnessing their respective strengths and resources, they envision a future where rescue dogs find purpose and Veterans find solace, companionship, and renewed hope.


As Four-Legged Angels and the Veterans Association of Bristol County embark on this journey, they pave the way for a better tomorrow where both humans and four-legged companions find healing, purpose, and unconditional support - one paw, one Veteran, and one act of kindness at a time.



Veterans Association of Bristol County

M/Tu. 8-4 pm | W. 10-6 pm | Th. 8-4 pm


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