Freedom Service Dogs of America is a nonprofit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by rescuing dogs and training them to meet individual client needs. Clients include children, veterans, active duty military, and other adults with disabilities, including autism, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
In 2015, Freedom Service Dogs received a gold rating from Guide Star for their commitment to transparency and impact on their clients’ lives.
We are a company comprising global, national, and local citizens who believe in helping those whose lives are impacted by hunger and disabilities.
We join together to shape a brighter future for those less fortunate and cultivate a company culture that promotes action in the communities we serve.
We preserve and promote positive contributions to our communities through supporting charitable work locally and globally.
Freedom from Hunger brings innovative and sustainable self-help solutions to the fight against chronic hunger and poverty. Together with local partners, this organization equips families with the resources they need to build futures of health, hope, and dignity.
In 2012, Freedom from Hunger was ranked #5 among international microfinance organizations by Philanthropedia. For nearly 70 years, Freedom from Hunger has empowered thousands of donors to make a difference.
In 2017, iKeyless introduced a community outreach program focused on the neighborhood around our corporate headquarters in Louisville, KY.
For our first event, we reached out to community leaders and asked if any of their members needed assistance with home improvement projects. A local resident was chosen based on her location, need, and abilities. The homeowner explained how we could help, and we purchased the needed supplies. A group of 18 volunteers from the corporate office took part in the project. Our team completed landscaping projects, removed an aging fence, cleaned trash from the yard, and painted.
The homeowner was grateful for the help, and similar volunteer projects are planned for the future.