Meet Rory

Rory was born June 5, 2008. At the age of 7, in August, 2015, he was
diagnosed with generalized seizures. His brain was constantly seizing which would
cause him to have short term memory loss. It was difficult for him to learn new
things. When he was told to do something, he would start doing it, then his brain
would seize and reboot. He would then forget what he was told to do. On
December 25, 2015, Rory had his first grand mall seizure. He was put on several
medications. In January, 2016, one of his medications caused him to have
pancreatitis. In March, 2016, they discovered a pseudo cyst on his pancreas and
performed major surgery to remove it. Rory still has grand mall seizures that we
are trying to control with medication, we just never know when they will come.
He loves dirt bikes, ATV’s and just being outside. We had to sell his dirt bike and
his ATV due to his condition. Rory still is very happy and positive even through all
the hospital stays, seizures, surgeries and doctor appointments. He is very brave
and strong. Rory does have difficulty making friends and developing relationships.
We are hoping that a service dog will be a companion to Rory so he can feel more
secure, at ease, make more friends and live life to the fullest even with his
disabilities. Thank You!!!

Click Below to Donate To Rory’s Service Dog

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Donate Online Now!

You can also mail a check or money order to:

W.A.G.S. 4 Kids

112 East Center Street

Berea, OH 44017

Please make a memo that your donation is for Rory.

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Scene Magazine & Harry Buffalo Present Fourth Annual CLE “Have A Heart” Charity Date Raffle

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Scene Magazine & Harry Buffalo Present Fourth Annual CLE “Have A Heart” Charity Date Raffle
Charity Date Raffle at Barley House to Benefit W.A.G.S. 4 Kids Providing Service Dogs to Local Children with Disabilities
For Immediate Release

CLEVELAND, April 4, 2016 — Presented by Cleveland Scene Magazine & Harry Buffalo, the “CLE Have A Heart Charity Date Raffle” is taking place at the Barley House in downtown Cleveland from 6:30pm to 10:00pm on June 23rd, 2016. Now in its fourth year, CLE Have A Heart’s mission is to create a fun, feel-good event that offers charity-minded men and women the opportunity to meet and make a difference through raising money to change the life of local children living every day with life altering mental and physical challenges.

CLE Have A Heart supports the mission of Working Animals Giving Service for Kids (W.A.G.S. 4 Kids). W.A.G.S. 4 kids is the only 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to training and placing Mobility Service and Autism Spectrum Service dogs to children up to the age of 18. Singles and couples alike are invited to attend this signature Cleveland event for the opportunity to have a great time for an even better cause.

Homa Bash (Channel 5 News) joins Steve Guy (2014 CLE Have A Heart Bachelor, Author “Memoirs of A Wingman”, Host of CleSound.Com‘s “This Awesome Wrestling Show”), entertaining as hosts this year. Along with enjoying open bar and heavy appetizers, guests are invited to bid on date packages as well as meet and mingle with a co-ed crowd of over 400 including the Heart of Rock N’ Roll’s most eligible Bachelors, while the Silent Raffle will feature amazing gift package items valued at over $8,000. Special Guests include Learn 2 Love Me hosting their “adult” prize wheel, a tasting by Cleveland Whiskey, Live Music by DJ G and Live Productions on site to capture your red carpet entrance.

100% of proceeds raised go to Working Animals Giving Service for Kids. W.A.G.S. 4 Kids actively supports kids with challenges and their families. W.A.G.S. 4 Kids presents an opportunity for a child we see spending their life having things done for them, to reach out physical, emotionally, mentally and engage with the world around them.

Tickets to CLE Have A Heart are $30 Early Bird before April 26th, $35 in advance or $40 at the door. To purchase your tickets in advance, click here and follow the instructions.

In partnership with Barley House, PPG, TownHall,, ESPN Cleveland, Lamar Advertising, Orville McEachron Photography, Tito’s, Pier W and other partners, you can be assured of not only a great time, but also a great feeling for being part of a great cause. So what do you have to lose? Make A Date To Change A Life. You might change yours in the process.

About Harry Buffalo
Harry Buffalo and CMG Management Co. are committed to partnering with neighborhood charities to help those in need. A tradition started by local leaders Bobby George and Corey May, community fundraising events are important to each restaurant by giving back to their community by serving families delicious, GMO-free food and donating proceeds to local charities and events. Last year, more than $10,000 was donated to local charities through the company’s Community Fundraiser program.

About W.A.G.S. 4 Kids
W.A.G.S. 4 Kids is YOUR 2015 Cleveland Scene Readers’ Choice Best Charity organization that empowers local children with disabilities by providing mobility service and autism service dogs to meet the specific needs of children with disabilities in Northeast Ohio, utilizing their Award-Winning ODRC Accredited Cell Dog Training Program. Service dogs are custom trained to provide therapeutic, emotional and physical support for children with disabilities and their families. W.A.G.S. 4 Kids is focused on spotlighting the abilities of children with disabilities and works year-round to provide “typical” kids the opportunity to do whatever they love toward the betterment of a classmate facing everyday challenges through their Kids Who Can! Youth Empowerment program. To learn more, visit

Photo and Video opportunities available. For more information on Cleveland Have A Heart, click here. You may call 216-586-5853 or email Tickets are available now at Sponsorship opportunities still available, click here for more information.

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Logan & Rockford – Let The Magic Begin…


We first met Logan in October of 2015. A funny, outgoing and kind 13 year-old, Logan loves NASCAR, Minecraft, building with Legos and watching sports. He likes to sing and enjoys music as well. Logan has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD, and struggles with anxiety. He has difficulty forming relationships and making friends, as well as communicating what he is feeling and thinking. This can lead to a lot of frustration. He also has a difficult time focusing and completing tasks. We adopted Logan when he was four and a half years-old and we’re the fourth placement he had known. All of that moving has caused him to continuously worry about feeling secure. His parents are hopeful that an Autism Service Dog will be a companion for him and help him to meet and make friends, provide security and ease his anxiety.

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These days it’s Spring Training at Logan’s house! With Rockford by his side, Logan has a renewed focus, confidence and general sense of ease when out making new friends. Now mom’s biggest frustration, is getting the boys to stop playing ball when it’s time for dinner. With Logan’s smile looking back at her, it’s a trade well worth making.

Mission Accomplished! Thanks to all of Logan’s friends, family and of course the W.A.G.S.’ community for making this partnership happen! Every event attended, every raffle ticket purchased, makes moments like this possible. Let the magic begin…

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