Last Friday, April 22, we held our 4th Annual Charity Ball at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center in Rogers. With over 350 people in attendance, and special musical guests Backroad Anthem, we were blown away by the generosity shown by everyone. Our goal for the evening was to recognize the best of our nation’s […]Read More
What is Sheep Dog Impact Assistance?
Sheep Dog Impact Assistance (SDIA) is a non-profit organization that serves the needs of the men and women serving in our military, law enforcement, fire & rescue and EMS services – a community of people we call “Sheep Dogs.”
Who We Are
Founded in 2010, Sheep Dog Impact Assistance (SDIA) is a non-profit organization made up of military and first responders – society’s protectors, our “Sheep Dogs” – and volunteers. We exist to engage, assist and empower our Membership and fellow Sheep Dogs with continued service opportunities and provide the camaraderie that may be missing after a shift or tour of duty ends.
Our national office is located in Rogers, Arkansas. We currently have 17 chapters and teams across the US, one in Canada, and more than 4,000 members, volunteers and supporters nationwide.
What We Do
SDIA offers our Sheep Dog Members and like-minded Volunteers opportunities to satisfy their innate desire to serve and help those around them. We provide “impact assistance” to communities through Disaster Response Missions, and by helping fellow Sheep Dogs through Continued Service Opportunities and Outdoor Adventures. Participants in these programs often feel a renewed sense of purpose and fulfillment through helping others.Subscribe to our Newsletter
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Another great bi-annual Sheep Dog Hog Hunt is in the books! Hunting at Turkey Creek Ranch in NW Texas never disappoints, and the teams from Broadway Contracting and ProTrucks that make these hunts possible, always deliver one of the best experiences around. It’s more than “just a hunt;” these weekends give our sponsored combat wounded […]Read More
The 3rd Annual Heroes Ruck Challenge was a resounding success thanks to volunteers, staff and, of course, the participants! The Challenge was held on Sat., March 19, at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas. The course covered 15.3 miles, beginning at the Clinton Presidential Center grounds, winding through downtown Little Rock, […]Read More