Organizations


We believe in great coffee serving a purpose and Top Dog Coffee exists to makes a difference with every cup.

Top Dog Coffee is proud to offer a free platform for Canadian dog charities to raise funds through the sale of delicious Fair Trade Organic coffee.

We donate $2 from each bag sold to charities across Canada providing life changing support for dog and human needs.

While selecting your bag size and grind type, you’re also given the option to select the charity you want to support with each bag purchased. 

Who do we support?

  • Therapy Dog organizations
  • Guide Dog programs
  • PTSD Support Dog programs
  • Autism Support Dog programs
  • Seizure & Alert Dog programs
  • Hearing Support Dog programs
  • Rescues, Shelters & Sanctuaries

Every month Top Dog Coffee makes donations to the listed charities and you will be able to track our donations here very soon. 

 

Therapeutic Paws of Canada is a non-profit organization of volunteers providing animal resources for human needs (physical, mental, educational, motivational, socialization) through regular visits to hospitals, residences, schools, etc.

Therapeutic Paws of Canada (TPOC) has a mission to provide caring and supportive visits and interaction with certified therapy teams consisting of a volunteer and their therapy dog/cat.

TPOC partners with a variety of institutions in the community to provide the services of our volunteers wherever there is a need. Our certified therapy teams may visit hospitals, retirement residences and long term care facilities, adult day centres, community living centres, women's shelters, universities and colleges. Our child certified teams may also visit these facilities with the addition of schools, libraries and children's centres including hospitals and care facilities.

You can learn more about Therapeutic Paws of Canada and the amazing work they do by visiting their website.

www.tpoc.ca

 

 

 

Autism Dog Services Inc. (ADS) is a registered Canadian Charity # 803605955RR0001 established in the Province of Ontario. ADS fosters the integration of children in between the ages of three and 18 years of age with autism and related disorders by training, placing and supporting service dogs that offer safety, companionship, and independence. ADS functions with a small staff and key volunteers. 
ADS makes a very positive impact on the lives of children and their families and is honoured to serve the community with its strong values. 
learn more about Autism Dog Services by visiting their website.

 

The CNIB believes everyone who would like to have a guide dog should have that opportunity. At CNIB Guide Dogs, they raise, train and match dogs with Canadians who are blind or partially sighted. They also raise their voices to ensure people with sight loss have opportunities to live, work and play without barriers. 

People with sight loss often say having a guide dog is a transformational experience. Being part of a guide dog team provides mobility, safety and confidence, leading to increased independence and a sense of connection with the world. We believe everyone who would like to have a guide dog should have that opportunity.
You can learn more about the Canadian National Institute for the Blind and the amazing work they do by visiting their website.

Lions Foundation of Canada trains Dog Guides to assist Canadians with a wide range of disabilities. With seven programs in place, Canadians with disabilities are offered the opportunity to find greater independence, mobility and safety through the help of a Dog Guide.

Depending on the program, Dog Guides are trained to perform a set of basic skills that are useful to all handlers. However, some of their training is also tailored to meet the specific needs of their future handler. In the final stage of training, the client and Dog Guide train and live together at the Oakville facility for two to four weeks. This helps to ensure that the new working team develops a bond and prepares them for their next step - returning home.

  • Canine Vision for people who are blind or visually impaired
  • Hearing for people who are deaf or hard of hearing
  • Autism Assistance for children who have autism spectrum disorder
  • Service for people who have a physical or medical disability
  • Seizure Response for people who have epilepsy
  • Diabetic Alert for people who have diabetes with hypoglycemic unawareness
  • Facility Support for professional agencies assisting individuals in traumatic situations

 

You can learn more about the Lions Foundation of Canada and their Dog Guide programs by visiting their website. 

www.dogguides.com

The Hamilton/Burlington SPCA is an animal welfare charity. The HBSPCA protects animals from people, cares for animals in its companion animal hospital, kennels and foster homes and promotes responsible pet ownership.

The Hamilton/Burlington SPCA (HBSPCA) is committed to thriving animals, thriving pet families and thriving communities.

Community programs support animals and their people: pet visits with students living away from, children and youth with special needs and seniors; affordable spay neuter services for families with last access to services; veterinary care for pets belonging to our most vulnerable citizens; ambulatory care for cats to keep them at home; and health checks for at risk pets belonging to hospitalized senior citizens are but some of the ways.

You can learn more about the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA and the amazing work they do by visiting their website.

www.hbspca.ca