Grace at school!
Grace at school!
If you've been looking for a way to volunteer with your friendly, outgoing and well-behaved dog, don't miss this opportunity! We've had a LOT of people ask us about how they can get involved with Tails To Teach and the work we are doing in schools (it's AWESOME), so we will host a short and sweet meeting to share what we do at TTT, why we do it, and how you can support our mission! Come in out of the cold on Saturday, March 8th at 10:00 a.m. at The EG Library, grab a free coffee and muffin and meet Grace and Couscous, the TTT canine teaching team. Your own pups stay home - this time!  
At Tails To Teach, there are a few ways to volunteer with your dog:
#1: Bring your dog to class! Teach TTT classes in elementary schools with your pet-assisted therapy dog (Delta Pet Partners, TDI…). 
#2: Bring your dog to school! Provide your pet-assisted therapy dog as an added resource for school admin., social workers and psychologists tohelp kids that are having difficulties during the school day.
#3: Be part of TTT's Tails of Compassion. Provide your pet-asssited therapy dog as a resource during times of trauma or crisis, either in schools of in the wider community.
There are many ways to help behind-the-scenes too, we need help with fundraising, community outreach and marketing.  
Every day, someone tells me I have the best job in the world. And I have to agree! I think you'll feel the same way, once you became part of the TTT team! Check out our Facebook page or our website: www.tailstoteach.org to see what we've been up to!  
Email Meg megan@tailstoteach.org or Laura laura@tailstoteach.org with any questions. See you on:
Saturday, March 8th 
@10 AM at The East Greenwich Free Library
82 Peirce St. East Greenwich, RI 02818  

Laura Carlson, Founder and Director 
Tails To Teach 
459 Tillinghast Rd.
East Greenwich, RI 02818-1322


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