ECGGR Alumni Foundation 
Currently in the infancy stage. Our goal is to make this foundation blossom for our adopted dogs and their owners to help with financial burdens, financial crisis and major medical care for our previously adopted dogs. When funds are available, adopters may submit an application to apply for funding that will help offset the cost of their dogs medical expenses. ONLY dogs ADOPTED thru ECGGR are eligible to apply. Our goal is to be able to set a portion of each adoption fee into this program to help get it going and to help it blossom. Please keep in mind that at the end of the day, the current dogs in our program, living in foster homes are our first priority. We will be seeking sponsorship opportunities and will be reaching out to local businesses for donations into this program. 

 

Please check back for more information. 
-Board of Directors
ECGGR

To get more information about sponsoring this program, please send us an email at eastcoastgentlegiants@gmail.com

 

Recipient #1 March 2015

The first recipient for the Alumni Foundation is Kathi Krapf and her family in the amount of $800 to help offset the expenses of Whiskey's illness. Whiskey crossed the Rainbow Bridge Wednesday March 11th, 2015. She will be greatly missed. 

The first recipient for the Alumni Foundation is Kathi Krapf and her family in the amount of $800 to help offset the expenses of Whiskey's illness. Whiskey crossed the Rainbow Bridge Wednesday March 11th, 2015. She will be greatly missed. 

Recipient #4 February 2016

The fourth recipients of the ECGGR Alumni Foundation are the Paumier Family and Hemi. Hemi was one of the puppies from the Nature Litter in 2015. The foundation was able to cover the costs of a fragmented coronoid process repair.

The fourth recipients of the ECGGR Alumni Foundation are the Paumier Family and Hemi. Hemi was one of the puppies from the Nature Litter in 2015. The foundation was able to cover the costs of a fragmented coronoid process repair.

Recipient #2 September 2015

The second recipient of the ECGGR Alumni Foundation is Michele and Rich Ryniger and Suki the Presa Canario, adopted from us in December of 2014. She was hand-fed by her adoptive home from the time her and her sister Miri were 10 days old. Suki had to have knee surgery at a young age of 12 months old. Her family is one of the most kind and dedicated homes in the entire world. 

The second recipient of the ECGGR Alumni Foundation is Michele and Rich Ryniger and Suki the Presa Canario, adopted from us in December of 2014. She was hand-fed by her adoptive home from the time her and her sister Miri were 10 days old. Suki had to have knee surgery at a young age of 12 months old. Her family is one of the most kind and dedicated homes in the entire world. 

Recipient #3 January 2016

The third recipients of the ECGGR Alumni Foundation are the Settlemire Family and Takoda the Great. Takoda was with us for nearly 6 months. He was signed over to us from another local rescue after he had been adopted out and moved 5 times during the past year that they had him. He was thin, his eyes still needed a lot of help, and he was a scared and nervous boy. Takoda needed a series of eye surgeries to continue to make his eyes better, so we had helping his family out with the overwhelming expenses. 

The third recipients of the ECGGR Alumni Foundation are the Settlemire Family and Takoda the Great. Takoda was with us for nearly 6 months. He was signed over to us from another local rescue after he had been adopted out and moved 5 times during the past year that they had him. He was thin, his eyes still needed a lot of help, and he was a scared and nervous boy. Takoda needed a series of eye surgeries to continue to make his eyes better, so we had helping his family out with the overwhelming expenses. 

Alumni Foundation Application