Posted by Mike on Nov 29, 2018
Recently, SCC Sheriff Sgt. Jeremy Jones brought his K9 Partner Raider to our Club for a visit. We were impressed with the special bond between Sgt. Jones and Raider, as well as how Raider lovingly interacted with us as strangers. Sgt Jones told us about how his K9 partner assists him with his law enforcement duties, including sniffing for bombs and apprehending "bad guys". This is a great calling to service that we should all appreciate.
But then,  he told us about another side of his special relationship with his K9 Partner, and we were completely touched and inspired. 
Sgt. Jones and Raider are frequently involved with visiting children in school and hospital visits. Sgt. Jones told us about the special bond that often opens between Raider and kids struggling with their feelings about illness and other challenges in their lives, that we normally would never know about. Often, the children will talk or write to Raider and express feeling and stories that have never been shared with the people around them. We began to understand how Sgt. Jones and Raider are part of a much bigger calling to service than meets the eye.
We encourage your support of their annual Community toy and fund-raising project, known as The K9 Santa Paws Toy Drive, by the Sheriff's K9 Corps, to help make the Holidays better for families that need our help.
Everyone is invited to help by donating or attending this wonderful holiday event.
When: Dec 21st                                      
Time:    6:00 - 8:30pm
WHERE: Madeline Dr. & Kirk Ave, San Jose   
On Dec. 21st we will be handing out gifts, and providing Christmas dinner to families in the San Jose Area.
How to get involved: A Collection box will be in the Sheriff’s break room at HOJ. Unwrapped gifts for children 0-14 years old are needed. Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to sign up via email
Monetary donations:  Please make checks to (tax-deductible):
Sean’s K9- Santa Paws
Mail to:     
4931 Anna Drive, San Jose, Ca 95124                                      
If you have any questions,  please contact: or