BENEFITING: VESTED INTEREST IN K9S INC
Renton Police Department helped by Tahoma High School Senior Chris Darcy welcome your donations to purchase ballistic vests for two K9 units. These vests will be going to Officer Steed and K9 Fedor, the other to Officer Greenwade and K9 Titan. Chris Darcy has been working in conjunction with the non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s to provide these two heroes the protection they need. Vested Interest in K9s is a 501c(3) non profit organization dedicated to helping provide ballistic vests to police K9s all over the country.
To become a Certified K9 the dogs and their handlers must complete a 400 hour training academy, that's the equivalent of 50 eight hour work days. The time and effort spent training police dogs, like Fedor and Titan, is momentous. Due to budget constraints, most police departments rely on fundraisers by people like myself to provide ballistic vests for their K9s.
Please help me provide the safety equipment these dogs deserve, every bit helps!