GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — During the third quarter of 2015, Grease Monkey International Inc. is supporting K9s For Warriors, according to a press release.

Throughout July, August and September, participating Grease Monkey™ centers will contribute and collect donations, stated the release.

In 2014, continued the release, Grease Monkey™ collected more than $75,000 for K9s For Warriors, which is dedicated “to providing service canines to warriors suffering from [post-traumatic stress disorder], traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma as a result of military service post 9/11.”

“K9s For Warriors is grateful to Grease Monkey™ for their incredible support to our nation’s heroes that need our help so badly,” said Shari Duval, K9s For Warriors founder and president, in the release.

Grease Monkey International, founded in 1978, is a large automotive maintenance chain not owned by a major oil company, reported the release, with around 300 centers located in the U.S., Latin America and China.

“The K9s For Warriors organization offers a unique approach to helping our country’s military veterans when they return to civilian life,” stated John B. Adams, president and CEO of Grease Monkey International, in the release. “We have heard firsthand from program participants about the positive effects that the trained service dogs have on the lives of these heroes and their families, and we are proud to support this outstanding program.”

You can find the release here.