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Elite Air Cares
We are grateful for the support you and your neighbors show us on a daily basis. But support is a two-way street. That's why we've decided to give back to the community. "Elite Air Cares" is a way for you to help your favorite organization. And, best of all, all you need to do is vote. Elite Air Inc. will donate to each organization based on what place they come in at the end of Friday, August 30, 2024.
Donations:
  • 1st: $1000
  • 2nd: $500
  • 3rd: $250
Rules:
  • Contestants requires a minimum of 50 votes to qualify
  • One vote per day per person
  • Votes tied to unverified emails or phone numbers will be disregarded
  • Voting for more than one charity is prohibited

Canine's 4 Comfort

How We're Helping

Relationships that 'heel'—Canines 4 Comfort is a 501(c)(3) that provides trained dogs to support mental health treatment and wellness.

Once trained, our dogs are gifted to their new handlers. These life-changing partnerships bring comfort, stability, and renewed purpose. Canines 4 Comfort places psychiatric service dogs with individuals experiencing PTSD, anxiety, depression, and other mental health diagnosis. Many of these recipients are veterans and children. Canines 4 Comfort trains and places facility/comfort dogs in schools and first responder teams in our communities ...for FREE.

Canines 4 Comfort provides resources, training, education, care, and support to our clients and communities. We also offer a professional program for our trained and in-training canines to visit and provide dog therapy to others.

Services provided by Canines 4 Comfort are free; however, as a nonprofit organization, we rely solely on the generosity of community donations to help us achieve our mission.

Our efforts focus on training our existing dogs and fulfilling the needs of those on our waitlist. Currently, we cannot assist with training dogs that have not been sourced or evaluated by Canines 4 Comfort staff.

Canines 4 Comfort serves within a 60-mile radius of Round Lake, Illinois. We currently train in Libertyville,Illinois.


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Chi-Town Pitties, Inc.

Our Mission

To rescue bully breeds in need and from high kill shelters while cultivating positive, collaborative foster relationships to ensure the ultimate adoptive success of the dogs into loving permanent homes. To wisely steward our available resources, enabling us to provide appropriate support and assistance to address the needs of the animals to whom we have made the commitment of rescue.

Our Main Goal

In addition to saving the lives of bullies in need is to support YOU in being the most educated, prepared, savvy pit bull companion you can be, whether you choose to foster or to adopt.

We are a small rescue, committed to leading with our heads rather than our hearts, to help quality dogs find quality homes. We’ve been involved in rescue a long time and we have seen what happens to groups who try to save as many urgent dogs as they can as fast as they can. That may be well-intended (big hearts are a good thing!) but urgency-led rescues aren’t good for the people involved and they aren’t good for the dogs who can end up being failed by the very system that was trying to save them. We are not that rescue.

We work closely with area shelters to get as much information as we can about the dogs we take in so we can be as prepared as possible to provide for their needs as we place them in well-matched foster homes. If you would like to join our team of fosters, expect us to have a close ongoing relationship with you as you help your pup get ready for their permanent home.

If you are looking to adopt, expect us to get to know you, too, so we can help you find the dog that will thrive best in your home situation. Like big dogs in general, pit bull type dogs tend to have big personalities, and are an athletic bunch (they even power nap). They aren’t right for every owner, but not every person should be allowed behind the wheel of a Maserati either.

Wondering if a pittie is right for you (and if you are right for them)? Talk to us!


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Jack's Army

Our Mission

The mission of The Jack Pribaz Foundation is to raise awareness and fund research of the KCNQ2 gene. Abnormal changes, or mutations, in this gene are associated with seizures and epilepsy. Different mutations in KCNQ2 are associated with a severe form of neonatal epilepsy named “KCNQ2 encephalopathy”. This is a rare condition associated with moderate to severe developmental problems. Ultimately, the goal of the foundation is to use the information gained through research of this specific gene to gain a better understanding of the underlying causes of epilepsy. It is the hope of the Jack Pribaz Foundation and of the neurological community that a better understanding of the KCNQ2 gene can unlock the mysteries of epilepsy.

Mike and Liz Pribaz, along with close friends Brian Baird and Eric Pierce, established this non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in December of 2011 in the hopes of finding a cure for the KCNQ2 mutation and improving the life of young Jack Pribaz and others effected by this rare condition. “Jack’s Army” has quickly grown as many other friends and family members have rallied behind Jack to join in this fight.

About Jack's Army

The Jack Pribaz Foundation, also known as Jack’s Army, was founded in the name of Jack Pribaz, a boy who suffers from epilepsy caused by an extremely rare genetic mutation. The foundation is headquartered in Winfield, IL, and has been in existence since January 2012, a few weeks shy of Jack’s third birthday.

The Jack Pribaz Foundation was established to find a cure for KCNQ2 encephalopathy. However, Jack’s earliest diagnosis was simply “epilepsy,” because he has suffered from seizures since birth. His doctors were eventually able to narrow down his condition to a mutation of the KCNQ2 gene. Therefore, the Jack Pribaz Foundation exists to help fund research on this specific gene and ultimately to assist the medical world in understanding the underlying causes of epilepsy. Jack’s family has worked with the Epilepsy Foundation in the past and hopes to continue that relationship professionally through the foundation.

It is important to note that all funds raised by the Jack Pribaz Foundation, excluding expenses for required corporate filings with the state and federal government, go directly to support the goals of the foundation. Absolutely no money goes to Jack or his family. All of the Board of Directors are volunteers who donate their time to this important work. The Board has emphasized keeping administrative costs to the absolute minimum, maximizing the dollar amount available to fund research. It is our hope that we will one day find a cure for Jack’s condition and hopefully unlock the mysteries of epilepsy.


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