Beretta is a seven year old Great Dane Therapy Dog. He’s worked with thousands of individuals and military veterans in hospitals and organizational settings. This gentle giant has learned priceless leadership lessons about respect and teamwork that helps humans learn to be more positively engaged and productive.
- Beretta offers a slice of peace to the mix…in an era when organizations such as hospitals are handling more customers (or patients) in less time, spending more time on paper work, and battling the rising costs.
- Beretta adds value that can’t be quantified…in an era when business goals are developed based on P&L statements Beretta restores a relationship-centered business mode
Beretta’s Heart Gives Back….
Part of our business mission is to give back to the community that has been so generous in supporting our work. We have established Beretta’s Heart, a fund which allows us to make charitable donations to non-profit organizations. When Beretta presents a workshop or helps with a presentation, one of the participants will win a $50 certificate from Beretta’s Heart that will be donated to a non-profit community organization of the winner’s choice. The fund was created in 2015 and since its inception, funds have been donated to disabled veterans’ organizations, women’s shelters, canine companion training, and children’s learning centers.
Certificate Winners and the Charities They Selected
On behalf of the entire staff at Highmark Caring Place, Warrendale, we would like to thank you and Beretta for participating in the Children’s Grief Awareness Day Open House. It was such a pleasure to see how positively the children, families, and guests interacted with Beretta. He brought smiles to many faces last night. We could not have had such a successful event without your participation.
Congratulations to Lois Krebs, who was our lucky winner of a $50 donation prize from the Beretta Fund. The contribution will go to the Foundation’s: Northland Public Library Learning Garden Fund. Beretta and Dr. Ann were the featured presenters during the library’s staff development day on May 20th. Lois Krebs has been a library volunteer for 40 years. Amy Steele, also pictured, is the library’s executive director.
Congratulations to Girl Scout Troop 21961. Beretta was on hand to model the role of a Therapy Dog at their recent meeting. Dorabella White, Rachel Dugan, and Olivia Antonucci learned how Beretta offers emotional support to those in need. A $50 donation from Beretta’s Heart will be given to the Parents in Toto Autism Resource Center, located in Zelienople, Pennsylvania.
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Congratulations to Ashley Haumpy, Manager of the Butler Comfort Inn & Suites, who attended a recent presentation on HR issues sponsored by the Butler County Tourism and Convention Bureau. She won a $50 donation certificate from my Beretta’s Heart Fund which will be donated to the K-9 Dog Walk. The event was held April 3 at Memorial Park in Butler from 1-4 pm. The proceeds will be given to the Butler City K-9 officers, Gunner and Blade.
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Bring Beretta to your business
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