Founded in 2012, Treats For Charity continues to raise money for Canine Angels by baking quality, homemade dog treats.  The organization is now expanding its efforts by:

- Teaching Girl Scout and Boy Scout Troops how to identify a need, build a plan, execute and succeed in business while making an impact.

- Making cookies for Serra Pantry's annual Christmas Party in San Juan Capistrano. Last year, we worked with Girl Scout Troop 2030 to bake and package over 2,500 cookies, which were then distributed to children in need at Serra Pantry.

- Hosting booths with young volunteers at the Ladera Ranch Barks, Biscuits, and Brew event for the past several years to raise awareness about Canine Angels and offer a "Make Your Own Dog Treat" opportunity for attendees. 

- Speaking at Saddleback College's Young Entrepreneurs conference to highlight efforts and inspire youth to identify a passion, make a plan and deliver results.

- Serving as a part-time puppy raiser to Canine Angels official raisers, helping in the ongoing socialization of these amazing animals as they get ready to go to work for kids with special needs.


Treats for Charity

 17-year-old Racquelle Vellandi loves animals and loves to bake. Her homemade dog treats are baked fresh with ingredients straight from the cupboard and hand wrapped, with all proceeds going to Canine Angels. She is continuing to raise funds for Canine Angels, a nonprofit that raises service dogs for disabled kids ages 5-25. She awarded $6,500 to the organization so far.

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