Upcoming Meetings & Events

Below you will find a list of our events for the Spring of 2022.  We meet on the first Tuesday and the third Sunday of every month. An asterisk (*) next to an event indicates a time we will be collecting donations for our ongoing Pennies for Puppies Fundraiser.

UPCOMING EVENTS
All upcoming will be in-person unless otherwise specified. Members of PRoUD may sign up to attend an event on our club calendar on google drive.


Monday, February 28th, 6:00 pm: UDance Volunteer Week: Craft Kits
Tuesday, March 1st, 7:00 pm: Club Meeting
Tuesday, March 8th, 5:00 pm: Courtyard Destress
Thursday. March 10th, 7:00 pm: Skills Series #1 – Movie Night
Sunday, March 20th, 7:00 pm: Club Meeting
Wednesday, March 23rd, 7:00 pm: Skills Series #2 – Noise Exposure
Tuesday, April 5th, 7:00 pm: Club Meeting
Saturday, April 16th, 12:00 pm: UD Fandemonium
Saturda7, April 23rd, TBD: Bark in the Park
Sunday, April 24th, 7:00 pm: Club Meeting
Saturday, April 30th, TBD: Ag Day
Tuesday, May 3rd, 7:00 pm: Club Meeting
Saturday, May 7th, 5:45 pm: Blue Rocks Game
Wednesday, May 11th, 6:00 pm: Smyth Hall Destress
Saturday, May 14th, 11:00 am: Longwood Gardens
Sunday, May 15th, 7:00 pm: End of Year Paty & Eboard Elections


ONGOING EVENTS:

Pennies For Puppies Fundraiser
In 2012, P.R.O.U.D decided to start a Pennies for Puppies fundraiser to help raise money for The Seeing Eye.  The Seeing Eye is a philanthropy that receives contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations. Because all administrative and fundraising expenses are covered by the endowment, every dollar of every donation goes to support the school’s programs.  The cost to The Seeing Eye for just one dog/owner partnership is about $68,000.  As puppy raisers, the majority of our costs are covered by The Seeing Eye.  A blind person only pays $150 for his/her first dog, and $50 for each dog thereafter.  The $150 a blind person pays includes their round-trip transportation from anywhere in the U.S. or Canada, room and board during the 20-to-27 day training period at the school, the dog, its initial equipment, the student’s instruction with the dog, and any follow-up services the graduate may need once he/she returns home for the life of the partnership.  You may contact any executive board member if you would like more information or want to  make a donation.

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