Anderson Air Corps is dedicated to giving back to the community and has recently partnered with Paws and Stripes—a local nonprofit organization, provides service dogs and training to veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury.
Paws and Stripes provides vital services to the veteran population in Albuquerque, as well as helps to rescue dogs. According to Founder Lindsey Stanek, all dogs in the program are shelter dogs (Paws and Stripes has rescued more than 100 dogs to date), veterans must train with their dogs multiple times a week, and there is never any financial cost to the veteran to graduate.
“We chose to partner with Paws and Stripes, because we really like their core values and believe in their mission to help out veterans and animals in the community,” said Kyle Redford, COO of Anderson Air Corps.
As part of their giving back, Anderson will be providing HVAC maintenance services to the new Paws and Stripes building, located at 617 Truman Street NE. For more information on Paws and Stripes, visit: pawsandstripes.org.