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What's New?

CorgiAid has granted aid for 64 dogs this year!

Events in September

Events in August

  • Grant to Arleen Rooney for Rosie
  • Grant to Hannah Armuth for Cher
  • Grant to Gail Hefley for Taffy
  • Grant to Linda Moore for Daisey
  • Grant to Walton Salley for Stella
  • Grant to Arleen Rooney for Batman
  • Grant to B. Diane Myers for Daniel
Feature: Auction

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Auction


Crafts for Corgis auctions off craft, art, and other items and turns over all the proceeds to CorgiAid. This annual auction gives you an opportunity to purchase wonderful items, including art prints, books (sometimes rare), needlecraft, and countless other items generously donated by artisans and others in the Corgi community.

The 2016 Auction will begin Monday, October 3 and bids will be accepted through October 14th. Donations will be accepted until September 23rd.

If you would like more information on the auction or on donating items to be auctioned, please contact auction@corgiaid.org.

Who Are We?

CorgiAid is a nonprofit organization founded to provide financial assistance to corgis and corgi mixes. We help out those who rescue dogs from shelters or other non-permanent homes, then foster them until a new home is found. Medical and other expenses for these dogs can become high; CorgiAid gathers donations from those who want to help, and, within our funding guidelines, and gets funds to those rescuers who apply for help.

Our Mission

CorgiAid exists to provide a framework for support of rescue efforts for Cardigan and Pembroke Welsh corgis and corgi mixes, for the enhancement of animal welfare and the betterment of mankind.


Featured Vendor: Andrew J: The Corgi Who Rescued Me


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Andrew J: The Corgi Who Rescued Me
Janet Sutherland has written a book about her rescued Corgi, Andrew J. who helped her recover from a brain aneurysm. It is available on Amazon and proceeds will help CorgiAid in its mission to help more rescues. A must read for all Corgi lovers.

Featured Dog
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Will you help CorgiAid?
Help the Corgis!

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CorgiAid Cart Program

Wesley in cart CorgiAid has a program which may be able to provide carts on loan to rescue corgis and others in need. These carts are donated to CorgiAid by the families of corgis who no longer need them.
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Cool Corgi Merchandise


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Cool Corgi Merchandise
We have lots of great designs in our CafePress store. Visit today for cool clothes and many other kinds of merchandise for you and your corgis and for wonderful gifts.

Wheelcorgis


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Wheelcorgis
Check out the Corgis on Wheels CafePress store for fun merchandise

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Visit CorgiAid on FaceBook for the latest news! Thank you to all who participated in our 2015 auction. Check back for event news for the current year.

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