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A family history

Mira is not just an organization that provides dogs to people living with disabilities. It is first and foremost a family passion.

 

$9 300 cash for their foundation

Their MISSION

Mira

Founded in 1981, Mira is a non-profit organization that offers free guide dogs and service dogs to people living with visual impairments and physical disabilities and to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Mira innovates by way of its programs, dog training and fundraising activities. Since its creation, over 3,500 dogs have been offered free of charge to people living with disabilities. This success is largely due to support from the public. Without this help, Mira would not be what it is today.

Dogs that Change People’s Lives


Guide dog

Giving eyes to the visually impaired

Our dogs help people with a complete or partial visual impairment, a visual and hearing impairment or a visual and mobility impairment.

Dog for the Children on the Autism Spectrum

A window onto the world of children
with autism

In 2003, after years of in-depth research, Mira launched its program to support children with autism and their families. These children can receive services from dogs that are specially trained to help them.  

Service Dog

A helping hand for people with reduced mobility

 

In 2003, after years of in-depth research, Mira launched its program to support children with autism and their families. These children can receive services from dogs that are specially trained to help them.  

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