Colin was overwhelmed with his experience in his free training with Guide Dogs so he decided to leave to Guide Dogs a part of his estate in his will.
Who your support helps
Liam has a rare genetic condition called Norrie disease and had little confidence until he received Yoda from Guide Dogs NSW/ACT Therapy Dog program.
Thanks to a Ruby hand-held magnifier recommended by the Low Vision Clinic, and a new pair of glasses, John can continue to enjoy reading the newspaper.
An Orientation and Mobility Instructor from our Central West region introduced two-year old Riley to a 'pre-cane' to safely negotiate steps and other hazards.
Aran has Retinitis Pigmentosa and has been receiving orientation and mobility services from Guide Dogs NSW/ACT for the last two years.
Sue-Ellen is one of Australia's top equestrian riders despite living with the degenerative eye condition Retinitis Pigmentosa.
A beautiful Labrador called Tess is a Therapy dog for around 60 students with severe disabilities at the Fisher Road School.
After training with an O&M instructor in using a long cane, Steve Widders developed a passion for walking and raised funds to help train a Guide Dog puppy.
Marie is an 80-year old avid lawn bowler who would not let Macular Degeneration keep her from the green.
Deb credits the services she's received from Guide Dogs NSW/ACT, such as cane training and orientation support, as being key to her functionality.