Thank you for supporting Guide Dogs WA's school program!
Our specialist speaker and Public Relations Guide Dog give informative presentations to your students about West Australians with vision impairment and Guide Dog puppy training.
To qualify for a Guide Dog visit, simply register a free dress day, sausage sizzle or other fundraising event.
Your fundraiser will make a difference by funding the training, veterinary care and ongoing assessments of Guide Dog puppies, as well as other vital services for our vision impaired clients.
Did you know?
Each Guide Dog costs $30,000 and takes two years to train.
We are a non-profit, non-government organisation, and our Guide Dog program would not be possible without the incredible support of people in the community.
What you receive
- A Public Relations Guide Dog visit and speaker to present to your students
- A fundraiser kit with Guide Dog information and helpful event tips, advice and activity ideas
- Support from a Guide Dogs WA fundraising expert
- An official Guide Dogs WA certificate and letter for the school and students to display proudly
Students will enjoy a fun, firsthand experience, while learning how Guide Dogs are trained and how these special companions assist people with vision loss.
If you have any questions or would like to request a Public Relations Guide Dog visit as part of your event, please don't hesitate to contact the Guide Dogs WA Community Relations Team on 08 9311 8232.
Click "Register Now" to register your school event today.
You will be asked to set up a fundraising web page. If you do not wish this to occur, simply disable the page after completing the registration.
Thank you once again for helping light up the lives of West Australians with vision impairment!
Guide Dogs WA
Guide Dogs WA is Western Australia's primary provider of Guide Dog mobility services to people who are blind or vision impaired. Guide Dogs WA is run by VisAbility, formerly the Association for the Blind of WA.
It costs more than $35,000 and takes 2 years to train each Guide Dog, and we rely on the generosity of the community, individuals, families and businesses to fund our Guide Dog Program.
To ensure fair access for all, Guide Dogs are provided free of charge to people who are blind or severely vision impaired.
Your support ensures we can continue to help Western Australians with blindness or vision impairment live full, rewarding and engaging lives.
Whether you choose to support us by donating money or fundraising on our behalf, every gift is significant and makes a difference.