KERNERSVILLE, N.C. (WGHP) — On Feb. 20, Officer Sean Houle of the K-9 team of the Kernersville Police Department was shot three times by a suspect he was pursuing.

He is home recovering now, and, luckily, his K-9 partner Jax wasn’t involved in the shooting incident.

For Christine Livingston, the president and founder of Never Forget 9-11 Foundation, this struck a chord.

Her non-profit provides support and equipment for K-9 officers and their handlers across the country. They’re working hard to raise enough money to get Kernersville’s police department K-9 officer trauma kits, ballistic vests and Hot-N-Pop systems to keep their K-9 teams safe.

If you would like to donate to the cause, visit their website or visit Yoshi Express in Kernersville.

You can read our full coverage of Sean’s inspiring recovery here.