Eagle and Badge Foundation Provides Family With Autism Service Dog

Recently, the family of LAPD Detective II Ed Wilson sought after help in raising money to provide an autism service dog for their young son, Luke. The Los Angeles Police Protective League’s Eagle and Badge Foundation has responded to the Wilson’s family’s call for help by covering the costs of the service, while other donations have offered financial aid for the family’s travel, lodging and training for the newest member of their family, Bones.

In a video, Luke’s mother, Rebekah Wilson shows how much help Bones is providing, not only for Luke, but for his siblings and parents too.

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The Eagle and Badge Foundation, which has provided tremendous assistance to the Wilson family, is also hosting its 10th Anniversary Gala at the JW Marriott on August 30th, and will honor The Los Angeles Lakers, The Buss Family and Lakers Head Coach Mike Brown, among others.

For more information about Luke and how you can help, click here.

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