As five Guide Dogs graduated from training earlier this month to begin their important role in enhancing the independence of a person who is blind or vision Impaired, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is searching for more Puppy Raisers.
A Guide Dogs NSW/ACT school holiday program aimed at giving children with vision impairment the skills to safely catch public transport had youngsters getting on-board Sydney trains this month.
For the third year running, Guide Dogs has been voted Australia's Most Trusted Charity in the Reader's Digest Most Trusted Brands survey.
Meet the new Guide Dog graduates
School holiday mobility adventure with the Newcastle Knights
Guide Dogs NSW/ACT is attending the Mudgee Small Farm Field Days to raise awareness of, and funds for, its free local services.
Today at Sydney Airport, NSW businessman James Bennett, who is blind, and his Guide Dog Brogan will be touching down from their 200th domestic flight together.
For more than 7 years Travis Evans has been involved in donating and volunteering with Guide Dogs NSW/ACT.
Stride Out Safe and Steady addresses risks of falls and alleviate associated confusion with confidence building for seniors with vision impairment.
With Australia's ageing population expected to face health challenges that could impact their independence, Guide Dogs NSW/ACT has launched a new, free exercise program to help seniors experiencing vision loss stay steady on their feet.