K9s For Camo's

2nd Annual Camo-lot Ball

September 27, 2019

K9s For Camo
2nd Annual Camo-lot Ball

Friday, September 27
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Old Glass Place
521 East St. Louis Street
Springfield, MO 65806

Join us for an evening of good food and good company, and learn about the impact K9s For Camo has had on so many lives. Bring your friends, bring your co-workers, buy a sponsorship, bid on a trip, enter our raffle and support our mission of helping veterans, rescuing shelter dogs and inmate rehabilitation.

Change lives, save lives!

Bid on wonderful trips offered by Travel for a Cause!

Enter our Camo-lot Raffle!

$100 buys a chance to win up to $10,000!

Become an Event Sponsor

Presentation Sponsor

$10,000

SOLD - no longer available

The Presentation Sponsorship includes:

  • Two (2) tables, each with seating for ten (10) to enjoy the event
  • Complimentary wine service
  • Company logo on the event program and marketing materials
  • Recognition at the event and on social media
  • Special gifts at the event

This sponsorship covers the cost of training two service dog teams and helps fund veteran outreach programs.

Program Sponsor

$7,500

The Program Sponsorship includes:

  • Two (2) tables, each with seating for ten (10) to enjoy the event
  • Complimentary wine service
  • Company logo on the event program and marketing materials
  • Recognition at the event and on social media

This sponsorship covers the cost of training one service dog team and helps fund veteran outreach programs.

Red Sponsor

$5,000

The Red Sponsorship includes:

  • One (1) table, with seating for ten (10) to enjoy the event
  • Complimentary wine service
  • Company logo on the event program and marketing materials
  • Recognition at the event and on social media

This sponsorship covers the cost of training one service dog team and helps fund veteran outreach programs.

White Sponsor

$2,500

The White Sponsorship includes:

  • One (1) table, with seating for ten (10) to enjoy the event
  • Recognition at the event and on social media

This sponsorship helps cover the cost of a training a service dog and fees to rescue shelter dogs for our program.

Blue Sponsor

$300

The Blue Sponsorship includes:

  • Includes seating for two (2) guests to enjoy the event

This sponsorship helps cover fees to rescue shelter dogs for our program.

They have survived the battlefields, but without your support,
they may not survive the real world.

Help us serve those who served us.

Become a Camo-lot Sponsor today!

  • "Lilly has gotten me from always having a plan on how I want to end my life, to having a plan on what I want to do next with my life."

    K9s For Camo Veteran
  • "I love this caring and giving animal and know he will continue to be a blessing to my mental and physical health."

    K9s for Camo Vietnam Veteran
  • " . . . he is my buffer and will not let me fall."

    K9s For Camo Veteran
  • "The effects of Lilly were pretty much instantaneous. Almost immediately I felt happier and my life felt like it was not impossible anymore."

    K9s For Camo Veteran
  • "I have been able to attend places and events I use to avoid with a passion."

    K9s For Camo Veteran
  • "She has . . . offered me the ability to go out in public and live a happy normal life."

    K9s For Camo Veteran
  • "That's what this program is for us . . . something positive that we have in a world of chaos and negativity."

    OCC Inmate Trainer
  • "This has given me the sense of purpose I have desperately needed for years."

    OCC Inmate Trainer
  • " . . . these dogs are giving back for the mistakes we made."

    OCC Inmate Trainer
  • "Moose has taken away the stress . . . of always being on alert."

    K9s For Camo Veteran

Liberty Magill

Liberty is an Alaskan Malamute who was brought to our program by his veteran. Liberty started training as a puppy and has passed all classes with flying colors. He is task trained to bring his veteran his cane, if needed, and pick other items up off the ground and bring them to his veteran. He also is trained for mobility assistance and to help his veteran up if he falls down.

Serve proudly, Liberty! 

Lilly

Lilly is a black lab who was brought into the program by her veteran. She started the program as a puppy. This K9 and veteran team have passed their AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine, Urban CGC and Public Access certification tests. Lilly is trained to help with PTSD and is beginning to alert for blood sugar levels as well. She will post or block in public if her handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between himself and other people. Lilly has been to college classes with her veteran and they both walked the stage together at graduation as her veteran received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Serve proudly, Lilly!

Jazzy

Jazzy is a Collie Mix who was brought into the program by her veteran. This K9 and veteran team have passed their AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine, Urban CGC and Public Access certification tests. Jazzy is trained to help her Vietnam veteran with mobility and stability and to help him keep from falling. She is task-trained to pause or stop when he approaches ramps or small changes in ground elevation that her veteran may not notice, alerting him and helping him navigate the terrain.

Serve proudly, Jazzy!

Liberty Evans

Liberty is a black lab  who was adopted from HFLCS Canine and Feline Rescue in Buffalo, Missouri. She was then adopted by K9s For Camo to become a seizure blocking dog for a Navy veteran; she cushions and comforts our veteran if she has a seizure, then finds and alerts our veteran’s husband. Liberty is also trained to help with PTSD: she has the ability to pick up and retrieve items, and turn lights on and off. She will post or block in public if her handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between herself and other people. Liberty trained at the Howliday Inn Pet Resort and also at the Ozark Correctional Center. She has passed her AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine, Urban CGC and Public Access certification tests.

Serve proudly, Liberty!

Tank

Tank is a Shar Pei Ridgeback mix who was adopted from Valley Hills Rescue in Springfield, Missouri. Valley Hills adopted him the day before he was due to be put to death. He was then adopted by K9s For Camo. Tank is task trained to pick up and bring medicine, turn on lights, open doors and assist with mobility. He is also trained to help mitigate the effects of PTSD. He will post or block in public if his handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between himself and other people. Tank trained at the Howliday Inn Pet Resort and also at the Ozark Correctional Center. He has passed his AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine, Urban CGC and Public Access certification tests. He is currently serving well and proud!

Serve proudly, Tank!

Beretta

Beretta was rescued from death row due to having a condition that didn't allow her to open her eyes. She had inverted eyelids and could not see. Valley Hills Rescue rescued her and we adopted her from Valley Hills. After she had surgery to correct her eyes, she was task trained to retrieve, post, block, cover and alert her veteran if someone is walking up behind him. She is also trained to help her veteran mitigate the effects of PTSD.

Serve proudly, Beretta! 

Cheyenne

Cheyenne is a hound mix who was adopted from HFLCS Canine and Feline Rescue in Buffalo, Missouri. She was then adopted by K9s For Camo to become an alert dog for a veteran with narcolepsy. Cheyenne is trained to wake her veteran if he falls asleep and will alert him if he begins to blackout while walking, preventing him from falling. She is also trained for PTSD and will post or block in public if his handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between himself and other people. Cheyenne trained at the Howliday Inn Pet Resort and also at the Ozark Correctional Center. She has passed her AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine, Urban CGC and Public Access certification tests.

Serve proudly, Cheyenne!

Thistle May

Thistle was rescued from the Humane Society of Southwest Missouri. He started out in the Puppy for Parole program at Ozark Correctional Facility. We saw a lot of promise in him, so we transferred him to the K9s For Camo program. He is task trained to retrieve, post, block, cover and alert his veteran if someone is walking up behind him. He is also task trained to help his veteran mitigate the effects of PTSD.

Serve proudly, Thistle!

Moose

Moose is a blood hound mix who was adopted from Valley Hills Rescue in Springfield, Missouri. Valley Hills adopted him just a few days before he would have been put to death. He was then adopted by K9s For Camo to become a stability dog for a Vietnam veteran. Moose is also trained to help with PTSD. He will post or block in public if his handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between himself and other people. Moose did training at the Howliday Inn Pet Resort and also at the Ozark Correctional Center. He has passed his AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine, Urban CGC and Public Access certification tests.

Serve proudly, Moose!

Chase

Chase is an American Bulldog mix who was adopted from Valley Hills Rescue in Springfield, MO. Valley Hills adopted him the day before he was supposed to be euthanized. He was then adopted by K9s For Camo. Chase has been trained to pick up and bring medicine, turn on lights and open doors. He is also trained to help mitigate effects of PTSD. He will post or block in public if his handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between himself and other people. Chase trained at the Howliday Inn Pet Resort and also at Ozark Correctional Center. He has passed his AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC) certification test and is fully task trained. He will currently finishing his advanced classes with his Veteran. 

Serve proudly Chase!

Annie

Annie is a black lab mix who was adopted from HFLCS in Buffalo MO. She was then adopted by K9s For Camo to become a battle buddy for one of our returning heroes. Annie is also trained to help with PTSD; she has the ability to pick up items, turn lights on and off, and will bring her leash and other items to her veteran, who is in a mobility chair. She will post or block in public if her handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between himself and other people. Annie trained at the Howliday Inn Pet Resort and also at Ozark Correctional Center. She has passed her AKC Canine Good Citizen (CGC), Community Canine, Urban CGC and Public Access certification tests.

Serve proudly, Annie!

Opha Mae

Opha Mae was named after the first ever female Marine. She was rescued from Valley Hills Rescue. She has been task trained for PTSD and will start her training for diabetic alert in the upcoming months!

Serve proudly, Opha Mae!

Mytchal

Mytchal is a German Shepherd who was brought into our program by his veteran. He is being  trained to help mitigate the effects PTSD. He will post or block in public if his handler feels overwhelmed or wants a barrier between herself and other people. 

Mytchal is serving proudly!

Calypso

Calypso is a German Shepherd brought to the program by his veteran. She has been task trained to help mitigate the effects of PTSD and is in training to help with mobility, balance, and picking up items for her vet.

Serve proudly, Calypso! 

Remington

Remington was rescued from Valley Hills Rescue.  He is task trained to retrieve, post, block, cover and alert his veteran if someone is walking up behind him. He is also task trained to help his veteran mitigate the effects of PTSD.

Serve proudly, Remington! 

Sasha

Sasha was rescued from the Humane Society.  She is task trained to retrieve, post, block, cover and alert her veteran if someone is walking up behind him. She is also task trained to help her veteran mitigate the effects of PTSD.

Serve proudly, Sasha! 

Avalanche

Avalanche was rescued from HFLCS Rescue. He is trained to help with mitigating the effects of PTSD and also for balance and stability. 

Serve proudly, Avalanche!