Cochranville’s Canine Partners for Life has received a $120,000 donation thanks to Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and his AO1 Foundation, according to a report from Valley News Live.
Wentz is well known for his commitment to helping out in the community. He has already improved the lives of a number of people with physical and cognitive disabilities.
His latest good deed saw him raise $120,000 through his AO1 Foundation to provide service dogs.
“The way a service dog can bond with its owner and actually provide it with serious things that can improve their quality of life, it puts them at a whole new level,” said Wentz.
Canine Partners for Life raises, trains, and places the dogs with people suffering from physical and cognitive disabilities.
Wentz also visits the nonprofit to assist people with their progress when he has time.
“These dogs are what they need to take that next level and gain independence in their life,” said Wentz.