I would consider it if she would go into a loving foster home. Not some kennel with tons of dogs in it.
First, bless you and thank you for caring enough about her to get her out of the cold and off that chain.
Second, no--it is very rare indeed any dog with a reputable rescue would ever be in any kind of boarding/kennel situation.
Rescues are just a group of humans who care about dogs who need help--and these dogs are welcomed into our homes and given food and love and are evaluated to see what they like, what they do not, how much work and training they may have missed out on in their earlier life, etc, etc.
In addition, they are taken to the vet and brought up to date on any needs--but that money is hard to come by and rescue folks pretty much stay broke, so everyone who has mentioned it so far is correct--they won't pay for the Dobergirl--and in fact, it's customary to offer some sort of donation to whichever rescue is taking her to care for her safely and find her the best home they can.
They will require an application, references, a vet reference, and a home check--and--this is very important--they will be a safety net for that girl, for the rest of her life.
While we always hope we've done a great job in screening and making adoption decisions, if because of some unforeseen circumstances the new adoptive home does not work out to be her forever home--then a reputable rescue takes her back and works hard to find a "really forever" home, again.
That would be super hard for you to do, obviously, with your concerns for your child's safety, so that is a real advantage for you.
Thank you, for not prioritizing the money--you'd be amazed how many folks do that, and it's a shame for kids and dogs alike.
As to the poster who keeps posting about wanting her--hey, it's always great to have offers of homes, but please don't just send her to someone that has not been thoroughly screened and checked out.
Heck, I've hung out here for years and feel I "know" a lot of these folks, seen a jillion pics of their homes and yards, etc, but I'd STILL put any potential adopter from here thru the same screening process. It's just safer and makes sense.
Let us know if we can help point you to a rescue.