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Supporting people with sight loss

Every day, 28 Australians are diagnosed with uncorrectable vision loss. Of those, 9 will become blind.
Through the support of people like you, we can assist more people with vision impairment and prevent avoidable sight loss for all people in NSW and the ACT. Together we can transform lives by enhancing the independence and mobility of Australians living with vision loss.
 
If you or someone you know are affected by sight loss or vision impairment,
please contact us to see which of our services could help you.

Leave a gift in your Will

A happy lady sits beside her Guide Dog

It costs over $35,000 to breed, raise and train one Guide Dog.
Leave a life-changing gift by remembering Guide Dogs in your Will.

Make a donation

One off / Monthly

One-off
$ AUD
Your $30 donation can go towards heating lamps to keep newborn puppies warm
Your $60 donation can pay for a Guide Dog puppy to be micro-chipped
Your $120 donation can provide a person who is blind or vision impaired with training to use a cane independently
Your $220 donation can pay for a puppy raising starter kit including a collar, coat, medical treatment, puppy bed and more
Your donation will help train a life-changing Guide Dog
Monthly
$ AUD
Your regular monthly donation of $15 can provide a newborn puppy with essentials including food and water bowls, collars and identification tags
Your regular monthly donation of $30 can provide a newborn puppy with all its veterinary needs including micro-chipping and health checks
Your regular monthly donation of $25 can provide the specialised one-on-one training a puppy needs to become a fully-fledged Guide Dog
Your regular monthly donation will help train a life-changing Guide Dog
Minimum Donation Amount: 
10.00

Services for people with vision loss

Luke with his O&M Insructor learning how to use a trekker breeze

Do you know someone who is affected by vision loss? Our free services can assist anyone, no matter what their age or level of vision.

labrador puppy

Latest news

The Governor with a student and his wife in the kennels at the Guide Dogs Centre. They are holding puppies.
18 October, 2017

Governor visits the Guide Dogs Centre

Earlier in September, the Governor paid a special visit to the Guide Dogs Centre and saw the Positive Paws Project in action. 

Who your support helps

Coral sits on a bench in a park

Coral's story

“Having a cane gave me back the confidence and independence I lost staying at home."

Matt McLaren with his Guide Dog Stamford

Matt's story

“I’m living my life exactly the way I want to, and I want others to know that they can too.” 

Luke's story

“The most important skill Guide Dogs has taught me is to be able to learn how to get somewhere on my own.”

Salma's story

"When Guide Dogs introduced me to the Trekker Breeze, I got my confidence back straight away.”