When Eugene and Lucille Peters began to research a cause to name in their trust, two things led them to Guide Dogs of America: their mutual love of dogs and Lucille’s decades-old memory of her co-worker, whose son was blind.
Guide Dogs of America’s annual Online Silent Auction is set for June 4-14! Since 1948, GDA has been providing specially trained guide dogs to blind men and women free of charge. Fundraisers such as our Online Silent Auction are essential to help continue our mission.
This extremely popular annual raffle prize takes you behind the scenes of GDA, where you will observe the trainers working with our incredible dogs.
Registration 7:00 AM
Shot Gun Start at 8:30 AM
$200 per Player Fee Includes:
- Green Fee & Cart
- Driving Range
- Breakfast, Lunch & Players Gifts
- Awards & Raffles after the Tournament in the clubhouse
- Bus service to and from the golf course (limited to first 75)
Save The Date! Guide Dogs of America’s 35th William W. Winpisinger Charity Banquet will take place at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 21, 2015
2015 Holiday Card Contest Winner
Congratulations to Guide Dogs of America volunteer puppy raiser Denise Brown! Her photo of GDA puppy-in-training Cassie will be the cover of GDA’s 2015 Holiday Cards. Cassie, a yellow Labrador Retriever, is pictured amongst wrapped presents.
Dogs are not only mankind’s best friend, but also often our bravest friend. One hundred and seventy one courageous canines are being considered for the honor of 2015’s American Hero Dog in this year’s American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards, presented by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation.
Dog lovers across the country are invited to visit www.herodogawards.org and vote once per day for their favorites in each of eight categories. Four Guide Dogs of America graduate guide dogs are nominated in the Guide/Hearing Dog category. Vote for one of the dogs by clicking on a name below!