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Welcome to Bob and Cindy's Wag-a-Thon page!

Bob Rollmann And Cindy Sullivan

Bob Rollmann and Cindy Sullivan

Guiding Eyes for the Blind is an organization that changes lives - one pup at a time - by providing guide dogs free of charge to the blind or visually impaired. GEB estimates that each guide dog costs $50,000 to train and care for during its service life. GEB receives no federal or state aid. GEB's mission can only be sustained through corporate sponsors and donations from individuals like you.

Please consider making a donation to support our Wag-a-Thon, a month-long virtual marathon we are participating in with Ingot. Ingot is a GEB dog we foster. He is a member of GEB's colony of 140 breeding dogs. Ingot has sired 46 puppies for GEB to date, with a new litter due at the end of May. When Ingot retires, we will be able to adopt him. During the Wag-a-thon we will complete an entire marathon all while raising funds and creating awareness for this cause that means so much to us. We will personally match the first $2,000 of donations.

Guiding Eyes for the Blind changes lives by connecting amazing people with extraordinary dogs. For individuals who are blind or visually impaired, a Guiding Eyes dog means freedom, confidence, and the opportunity to experience all of life's adventures - big and small. From Home Training to Special Needs to Running Guides and more, Guiding Eyes's pioneering programs are individualized to each client. Together, these dogs are paired with just the right client - and both of their lives are forever changed.

You can be a part of this life-changing mission by making a donation today!

Thank you for your support!
- Bob Rollmann and Cindy Sullivan


raised of $10,000 goal

26.2 Miles Run/Walked

Recent Donations

1. SCSusan Cernansky
2. SRSamantha Rodrigues
3. PDPeter And Bridget Dinardi
4. RJRobert Jeraci
5. BDBrian Duffy
Your service to this cause is admirable.
6. JBJudy Birdsall
I love their program, and have other friends who have participated over the years. I know Ingot has truly become part of your family. It was great to see you, though briefly, at the most recent Birdsall celebration! Hugs to you both, Judy