Underwriting or contributing to a Shelter to Soldier event as a sponsor is a great way to get behind our mission of “Saving Lives, Two at a Time™” while also receiving exposure for your support. If you are interested in joining our Shelter to Soldier family by helping us cover the costs of an event, and ultimately allowing us to maximize our fundraising efforts and make a bigger and more direct impact on the lives of veterans and shelter dogs who need us, please email kyrie@sheltertosoldier.org.

Shelter to Soldier 5th Annual Saving Lives One Swing at a Time Golf Tournament

Friday, April 5, 2024

Singing Hills Golf Resort at Sycuan – Willow Glen

*Thanks to the sponsors, donors and golfers of our 4th Annual Saving Lives One Swing at a Time Golf Tournament we raised a NET $64,273.77 to support our mission at Shelter to Soldier! We look forward to an even more impactful event in 2024 with a fundraising goal of $75,000!

Click the Sponsor Package image below for exciting sponsor options including brand visibility and on-course experiences.

Last year’s Golf Tournament Video – Check it out!

Sisterhood of Service Event – Early Spring 2024

This is a  free event that will honor 50-100 women who have served this great nation through military service. Shelter to Soldier will honor their service, assist them with resources that can help them thrive following military service, and inspire them to continue to be a voice for women who serve and are transitioning to civilian life.

12th Annual Be the Late Gala – August 2024

Thank you to our amazing sponsors and donors who helped raise a net of $287,177 towards our lifesaving mission. We could not do what we do without you! More information to come shortly for 2024!

Giving Tuesday – November 2023

Raise your voice for homeless dogs and veterans’ mental health this Giving Tuesday by becoming a Match Sponsor. Join Shelter to Soldier’s commitment to “Saving Lives, Two at a Time” by supporting our mission to adopt dogs from local shelters and rescue organizations and train them to become psychiatric
service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTS), TraumaticBrain Injury (TBI) and other injuries associated with traumatic service experiences.

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