​​​​​Annie's Deli

Roman Hindj owner of Annie's Deli fed Knights of Columbus volunteers at each and every workday. He make s the best potato salad and coleslaw on the face of the earth. His sandwhiches are pretty marvelous too! If you're in Pluckemin, NJ stop by.

Anthem Electric

The kennels needed lights and outlets but running a new panel to the barn was expensive as evidenced by the bids we received. Dan Schneider, owner of Anthem Electric, stepped up and donated his services. Asked why, he said he appreciates the men and women who serve and by helping us, he's helping them. Please call Dan if you need anything electric.

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Apgar Bros.

Taking the big tree down by the milkhouse.

Behr Paints

Assisted with painting The Liberty Room and donation of 10 gallons of paint.

Coldwell Banker

Held a "shred day" fundraiser with donations for K9 Soldiers

Gem Vac Vets - Tom Carpenter & Joe Eggert

A group of veterans from WWII and Vietnam meets every Tuesday, Tom Carpenter enlisted Vollers Excavating to donate stone and excavation equipment and Joe Pikna to tile . Joe Eggert is always on the lookout for opportunities for K9 Soldiers.

Home Depot

 50 +volunteer employees over two days to gut walls and hang ceilings and freshen everything with paint in addition to providing funds to cover materials through a grant. Mgr. Ed Flynn and ASM Mark Hammermund at the Flemington store brought 8 other stores together for this mission.

Hunterdon County Polytech

Students and teachers helped with banners, logo design and building the kennel buildings.

Hunterdon Healthcare

Collected and donated dog toys for our MWDs

Jack Rannels of Baker & Rannels

​Jack Rannels is our trademark and copyright attorney. He has secured our trademarks and copyrights and keeps the infringers away. With offices worldwide he is the "go to" man for ™ and © protection. (www.tmlawworldwide.com)

Jeldwen Doors - donated new doors for the Liberty Room.

Joe Anthony of Premier Legends

Joe has been a friend of the charity from the beginning. A veteran 82nd Airborne vet his expertise in die casting and design enabled us to create a masterpiece challenge coin and other artwork.Check out PremierLegends.com

Joe Pikna- Joe the Tile Guy

Joe volunteered to tile the sunroom. Little did he know that 40+  60 lb. bags of levelling concrete would be needed to make it right. It was a painstaking job but Joe made it perfection.If you want it done right and to perfection Joe's the tile guy. Call him at 1-908-752-2323

Knights of Columbus
Starting in August 2015 and continuing forward, volunteers from the John Paul II Assembly of the fourth degree team of the Knights of Columbus under the leadership of Roman Hnidj, worked many weekends and evenings to build the new fencing, dig trenches, grade the driveway, vent the kennel roof and many more needed property improvements to ensure safety and improve the kennel facilities.The Knights from several districts in New Jersey have also volunteered hours of labor and given monetary donations.Without a doubt they are God's soldiers.
Peter Donnelly of Donnelly & Kelly

Without Peter "High Ground" would not exist. A transaction made difficult by a bank and the bank's broker was salvaged and came to fruition. In New Jersey, this is the only real estate attorney to use. (www.dmklawgroup.com)

ShopRite of Flemington

Donated sandwhiches, beverages and dessert to feed the more than 50+ Home Depot volunteers on "reno day".

The Jennings Family

Donated the Labradoodle, Fennel, who was later renamed "Remy". Remy serves one of our wounded veterans.

Van Doren Oil

​Our facility sits on pure rock. Dick Van Doren generously sent his huge drilling rig to save the day and drill holes for our fencing.

Vaneer Stone LLC

​Donated the stone vaneer for "The Liberty Room."

Vollers Excavating

Donated heavy equipment and several loads of stone to excavate area and road to kennels.Two former employees, Tom Carpenter and Sam Beavers got the donation.


In Appreciation

K9 Soldiers has benefited from many individuals and companies whose kind hearts and willingness to give is greatly appreciated. Donations of goods and services helped us stay focused on the mission and kept monetary expenditures down.  As there are no salaries or administrative expenses associated with operating the charity we are able to maximize the donated dollars because of the support those below have given us. With the support of their generosity, our charity continues to achieve its mission. We would ask, and would hope, that where possible you patronize those who have given so generously to our cause.


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