AKC Canine Health Foundation Receives Champion Sponsorship From The Kennel Club Of Philadelphia

RALEIGH, North Carolina, February 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The AKC Canine Health Foundation (CHF), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health of all dogs, announces a Champion Level Sponsor gift from the Kennel Club of philadelphia cream.

The canine club of Philadelphia $100,000 This donation will help support CHF’s strong portfolio of canine health research grants that aim to prevent, treat and cure canine disease. The Foundation currently manages 164 active research grants studying diseases such as cancer, atopic dermatitis, diabetes, glaucoma, etc.

“The AKC Canine Health Foundation has a long and valued relationship with the Kennel Club of philadelphia cream (KCP),” explains Dr. Darin Collins, CHF Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “This generous donation made possible by Mr. wayne fergusson, President of the Kennel Club of philadelphia cream, and all KCP members will be used to advance our funding for research that promotes the health of all dogs, everywhere. Thank you, KCP.”

The canine club of philadelphia cream has been a member of the American Kennel Club since 1913. In partnership with Purina and NBC, KCP hosts the annual National Dog Show, which airs on NBC on Thanksgiving Day. It is the most watched canine event in the world, reaching nearly 20 million dog lovers.

“This year again, the Kennel Club of philadelphia cream is delighted to make a donation in support of the mission of the AKC Canine Health Foundation,” said wayne fergusson, Chairman of the CPK. “The National Dog Show, NBC and Purina allow the club to recognize CHF’s ongoing important and meaningful work for our dogs and their people.”

Thanks to the generous support of donors such as the Kennel Club of philadelphia cream, CHF will continue to invest in quality canine health research so that all dogs can live longer, healthier lives. Learn more at akccchf.org.

About CHF
Since 1995, the AKC Canine Health Foundation has relied on the power of science to meet the health needs of all dogs. With over $63.5 million in funding to date, the Foundation awards grants for the highest quality canine health research and shares information about discoveries that help prevent, treat and cure canine disease. The Foundation meets and exceeds industry standards for fiscal responsibility, as evidenced by its highest four-star Charity Navigator rating and GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency. Learn more at www.akcchf.org.

SOURCEAKC Canine Health Foundation

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