Today is the five-year anniversary of Florida’s senseless school shooting at Majory Stoneman Douglas School.
Fourteen-year-old Jaime was one the 17 people killed in the senseless shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas on Valentine’s Day 2018.
Over the past five years since the tragedy, the family of Jamie Guttenberg have struggled with the loss of their daughter. Following the tragedy, they formed Orange Ribbons For Jaime (ORFJ), a 501(c)3 to honor Jamie by supporting causes important to her in life, but also causes that deal with the way her life was tragically cut short.
Orange Ribbons For Jaime is excited to announce our new initiative “PAWS OF LOVE”, a program in partnership with Moss Creek Goldendoodles that will provide emotional support dogs to eligible individuals and families that are directly affected by gun violence.
The program we will honor our daughter Jaime by remembering her love for dogs and her passion for helping others.
Eligible families can apply directly on our website. After review by our committee, select families will be chosen to receive their loving puppy, along with their PAWS OF LOVE package. For more information visit.