Mission Statement

The mission of GO TEAM is to train handler-dog teams to offer relief, care, and assistance to those in need.

The GO TEAM handler/dog teams are dedicated to placing well-trained, certified therapy dog teams in programs that provide comfort and caring through a canine-human bond.

Our special volunteers serve in a wide variety of settings including assisted living homes, libraries, schools, airports and hospitals. Teams provide help to victims in distress and work with our servicemen, first responders, and anywhere a therapy/comfort dog is needed.

GO TEAM  is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

Performance

YearTrained New TeamsVolunteered HoursMiles Traveled to Volunteer and TrainMembers RenewedNew Policies and Procedures# of Board Meetings
202212534,869288,13048818
202113226,733161,257415113
20205316,762116,406455913
201922430,038274,4904061013
201816750,000250,0003031012

Revenue

YearContributions, Grants, GiftsMembership DuesSpecial EventsOther RevenueTotal Revenue
2022$23,110$71,283$0$2,954$99,767
2021$54,804$66,725$0$1,742$123,271
2020$30,983$50,502$0$578$82,066
2019$10,886$83,838$0$4,304$99,028
2018$30,147$62,253$0$1,360$93,760

Expenses

YearProgram ServicesAdministrationFundraisingPayments to AffiliatesOther ExpensesTotal Expenses
2022$99,532$11,861$376$0$0$111,769
2021$85,596$8,908$200$0$0$94,704
2020$56,680$9,888$250$0$0$66,818
2019$77,877$7,823$110$0$0$85,810
2018$44,640$5,222$60$0$0$49,922

Goals

What is the organization aiming to accomplish?

Recruit and train more handler-dog teams and facilitate more therapy dog visits in our communities.

What are the organization’s key strategies for making this happen?

Deliver a high quality training/certification program for qualified candidates, re-certify active teams annually, and maintain a support network for active teams (e.g. admin, guidance, oversight, and visit assistance).

What are the organization’s capabilities for doing this?

Leverage both paid staff, independent contractors, and volunteers to deliver training and support active handlers. Maintain a vast social media presence to share ideas for reaching out to communities.

What have they accomplished so far and what’s next?

Our program has grown significantly from those 2 original dog/handler teams, from 2012. We are nationwide and have teams overseas. We were awarded the Red Cross Hometown Heroes award, for multiple years.

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