Charitable society working closely with the local Fife branch of Guide Dogs for the Blind.
The Guide Dogs Society is a charitable society working closely with the local Fife branch of Guide Dogs for the Blind UK charity. As a society, we have 3 main aims:
We hold events throughout the year. Our main events are our 'puppy events', where local handlers bring their puppies and retired guide dogs to the university for students to meet. It's a great opportunity for members and non-members to learn about the charity and get some puppy time!
We accept new members at any point throughout the year, so it is never too late to get involved! Members are able to join our 'Member Volunteer Group', which helps members coordinate volunteering opportunities with the society and the local branch of the charity.
For those who want to be involved even more, membership allows you to vote and run in our AGM and EGMs! Alternatively if you'd prefer to be a social member and pop along to events to cuddle puppies thats fine too!
We are here solely for students of the University of St Andrews. We exist to make the student experience as strong as it can be, to provide services for students, and to represent student views to the University and beyond. We are a charity registered in Scotland and we are mostly volunteers, from members of the SRC and SSC to Ents Crew, all the society committee members to the Trustees of our Board.
Phone: (01334 46) 2700Fax: (01334 46) 2740
St Mary's Place
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