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    Introducing Delta's sponsorship program - the Red Bandanna Club! Help ensure our Therapy Dogs can continue to make a difference

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    Comedian Kitty Flanagan and her canine sidekick Henry have joined the Delta team as our celebrity ambassadors!

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    Because the human animal bond remarkably improves our quality of life and leaves a lasting paw print on our hearts.

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    With no judgement, infinite patience and eyes full of encouragement, Delta dogs are helping kids improve their reading skills

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    Donate today and you can help Delta's Therapy Dogs bring joy to the lives of those who need it most.

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Introducing: the Red Bandanna Club

Introducing: the Red Bandanna Club

Delta Society Australia is very pleased to launch our brand new sponsorship program – the Red Bandanna Club!

When sponsors become part of the Red Bandanna Club, they will be sponsoring a Delta Therapy Team and their donation will directly support their important work for an entire year.

Our wonderful dogs are renowned for their special uniform – a red bandanna which signifies they are a qualified Delta Therapy Dog. By joining the Red Bandanna Club, supporters will be ensuring their chosen Delta Dog can continue to wear their bandanna and spread their special kind of love.

“It costs Delta Society around $1,000 every year to support each of our Delta Therapy Teams,” says General Manager Hollee Curran. “This includes recruiting each volunteer and their dog, assessing and reassessing the team, training the team to our professional standards, providing uniforms, providing insurances, placing the team in a participating health care facility and providing ongoing support. As a not for profit with no government funding, Delta needs funds to ensure we can continue to offer this vital program.”

Sponsors will also receive many benefits for joining the exclusive Red Bandanna Club including their name or logo on the shirt sleeve of their supported volunteer team, the right to attend a therapy visit with their team and a special gift which allows them to show off their membership in the Red Bandanna Club.

Find out more or sponsor your own team by clicking the blue heading of this news story!

Dick Smith Foods is donating $1 million to charity

03.02.2014 - Dick Smith Foods is donating $1 million to charity


In 2014, Dick Smith Foods will give away $1 million to 74 charities. And where this money goes will be decided by YOU!

Delta Society Australia has been selected as one of just 100 participating charities by Dick Smith Foods. The more votes we receive, the better the chance we have of receiving a donation of $10,000, $20,000 or even $50,000.

This is a wonderful opportunity for Delta to raise awareness of our work and receive much needed funds - but we need your help.

Please vote for Delta Society Australia – your vote will help our therapy dogs make a huge difference to the lives of thousands of Australians!

Click the link above for more information!

#DeltaForDickSmith

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE!: Delta features on Better Homes and Gardens

28.10.2013 - WATCH THE VIDEO HERE!: Delta features on Better Homes and Gardens


Dr Harry Cooper spent two wonderful days with some very special Delta Therapy Teams. The result was a fantastic story on Better Homes and Gardens, which was broadcast nationally on 18th October! Click on the story title above to watch the video!

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