Tim McGraw Benefit Concert Raises More Than $200,000Proceeds from Liberty on the Lake, a music event hosted by Snap Fitness Founder and CEO Peter Taunton, will benefit Folds of Honor and Helping Paws.
'Helping Paws' Provides Paralyzed Athlete With Service DogFifteen service dogs have new homes Saturday night thanks to an organization helping people live more independent lives.
Support Helping Paws With Wag, Walk, Run Event SaturdayThis weekend, hundreds of people and dogs will head to Eden Prairie to take part in the annual Wag, Walk and Run to support Helping Paws.
Accomplish With Kylie: Helping PawsThe service dogs you see helping people around are always so impressive, but it takes years of training to reach that level.
It's 'Wag Walk & Run' Time!Sunday is the Helping Paws 'Wag Walk & Run' event at Eden Prairie's Purgatory Creek Recreation Area! There will be a one-mile kids' run starting at 8:40 a.m., and a 5K six-legged run starting at 9:30 a.m.
Twin Cities Called To Donate On 'Give To The Max' DayIt's Charity Week at WCCO-TV as we put the spotlight on local organizations which go the extra mile to give back to the community. Thursday marks one of the biggest initiatives as it’s “Give to the Max” Day. Helping Paws in Hopkins is just one of several local organizations that are taking part in the day.
'Helping Paws' Aiding Returning Vets With PTSDPost Traumatic Stress Disorder is something many of us don't really understand. Veterans dealing with the condition have certain needs that can be hard to meet. A new program at Helping Paws, in Hopkins, is trying a unique way to help. They're using specially trained dogs to help local vets get through day to day life and heal their emotional scars.
‘You Have To Get Help’ -- Vets Share Stories Of Living With PTSDJason Probst described what it was like last year in January when he was driving a vehicle down a street and hit a road side bomb in Afghanistan. "It was like driving and hitting a wall," he said.
Adopt A Service Dog Through Helping PawsA lot of people in the Twin Cities are animal lovers, and this weekend will give many the chance to use that passion to help people living with disabilities.