Donate (not just your money!)
For many, one of the easiest ways to help PSDP continue its mission and expand its offerings is by simply donating money. Even if you don’t have a lot to give, a little bit goes a long way in our frugal all-volunteer organization!
Regardless of whether you have disposable income to send our way, you can make slight adjustments to what you already do and companies like Amazon and Yahoo! will send money our way!* Find out more about investing your valuable resources in our mission to promote the public good—and learn about what it means to answer Brad’s Question by joining a Giving Group—by clicking on “Donate” above.
Have you noticed that misinformation about service dogs is shockingly widespread on the web, or that people out in the world are understandably confused about the rights of those who use service dogs? We can’t get the word out on our own—we really do need to work together with you if we’re going to create a world better than what we find today!
Our advocacy efforts are ways we’ve laid out to make it easy for you to herd in that better world. If you take a look, you’ll find that sometimes it’s not just about improving our lot, but it’s about stopping others from actively making things worse for those with disabilities! Please help shape our world with informed compassion and rational engagement, rather than apathy, ignorance, or fear.
If you want to see the impact our group has on the lives of individuals, this is the place! This page features personal stories about how PSDP’s activities, resources, and community have enriched the lives of those who have taken an active role in mitigating their disabling mental illness. Spend a little time here for a lot of joy!
You can also read personal reviews of PSDP on our GreatNonprofits entry by clicking on the “Top-Rated” badge at the bottom of every page. We love our community members, and the feeling’s mutual!
PSDP community members do great things! We like to shine the light on others so we can celebrate and inspire people in our community with prime examples.
Some advocacy initiatives could use a big push from several organizations. That’s when the right tool for the job is a coalition of powerful groups!