The Foundation’s signature program is its Beautillion, which has been presented annually since 1995. The Beautillion is the male version of a Cotillion/Debutante Ball. It provides male high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational, social and cultural experiences. Participants also have an opportunity to earn scholarships for college.
The Beautillion’s eight-month season culminates with a black-tie affair in November. Eligible young men should attend schools in Richmond or its surrounding areas. The young man should be either a high school junior or senior as of October 1. He should also to be in good standing in his school and community.
Through the efforts of the Foundation’s Beautillion it has been able to provide scholarships to deserving male and female high school students. It has also been able to fund numerous community service programs.
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Please fill out, download and email the Beautillion Application to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to P.O. Box 6322 Richmond 23230-0322 in care of Logistics Chair
To find out more about Beautillion 2018 and pick up an application, please attend one of the Information Sessions on Sunday, February 25, 2018 or March 11, 2018 at the Fellowship Hall of Holy Rosary Catholic Church located at 33rd and R Streets at 3 pm.
The mandatory Orientation Session will be held on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at the Fellowship Hall of Holy Rosary Catholic Church Hall located at 33rd and R Streets at 3 pm.
This is the last day to submit applications.
Beautillion 2018 will be held on November 17, 2018 at the
Greater Richmond Convention Center.
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He must complete an application/biographical sketch form.
He must be at least a junior or senior in high school at the time of the event.
He must secure (2) letters of recommendation; one must be from a current teacher, principal or counselor and a community representative.
He must adhere to the rules and regulations set by the Foundation.
He must submit a participation agreement signed by parent(s) or guardian(s).
He must participate in the Beautillion activities and rehearsals. Every effort should be made to arrive on time.
He must be in good standing in his school and in his community.
He must not be a father.
He must be responsive to acquiring characteristics and qualities that would lend themselves to desirable and acceptable social behaviors.
He must select a belle/escort by the designated date set by the Foundation.
PROC Foundation, Inc. places a premium mark of excellence on the anticipated Beautillion. Consequently, we make a special effort to provide all beaux with the opportunity to broaden their knowledge in many areas: educational activities, social and cultural awareness and community service. We further stress that all beaux exhibit respect, good sportsmanship, wholesome attitudes, tenacity and appropriate conduct at all times.