Guide Dogs Australia
Guide Dogs Australia represents Australia’s six state-based Guide Dog organisations. Guide Dogs Australia, in collaboration with its state-based organisations, deliver essential services to children, teenagers, and the elderly who are blind or have low vision in every State and Territory across Australia.
Guide Dogs Australia rely heavily on the generosity of the community and businesses in order to provide vital services to people with vision loss. Your support will help Guide Dogs Australia continue with their mission to assist people who are blind or have low vision gain the freedom and independence to move safely and confidently around their communities, and to fulfill their potential.
Helping Guide Dogs Australia can take many forms. You can Fundraise, Donate, Volunteer or even raise a puppy!
Volunteers play a vital role for Guide Dogs Australia. They are always looking for volunteers to assist with events, selling merchandise, assisting at our kennels, administration and more.
Ever thought about raising a puppy? Raising a puppy involves caring for a trainee Guide Dog from around seven weeks of age until around 12 months. If this sounds like something you could do contact Guide Dogs Australia to find out more.