Michael Zupancic and his dog, Oscar
The Oscar Project is funded by the Michael R. Zupancic Seizure Response Dog Endowment Fund. The Zupancic family established this endowment with the EFWCP to honor their son, Michael Zupancic, and to help others living with epilepsy. The fund helps by providing guidance and financial support to children and adults who have epilepsy/seizures who want to obtain specially trained dogs that provide assistance to seizure patients.
Michael Zupancic loved his dog, Oscar. Oscar was a devoted dog and constant companion for Michael. Michael died much too young at the age of 46. The family established the Michael R. Zupancic Seizure Response Dog Endowment Fund to help epilepsy patients gain independence with a seizure dog and to have a constant companion like Oscar.
The EFWCP and The Oscar Project can provide you with general information and
support on obtaining a service dog for yourself or someone you love. If you are
interested in receiving help from The Oscar Project, please send us an email
telling us a bit about your story and include the information below to
firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at
Recipients are selected periodically based upon need and the availability of funds. You can help The Oscar Project and future recipients by donating to the Michael R. Zupancic Seizure Response Dog Endowment Fund. Click the “Donate Now” button or mail a check made out to “EFWCP” to:
Attn: Oscar Project
1501 Reedsdale Street, Suite 3002
Pittsburgh, PA 15233