You can support Guide Dogs Victoria. From donations to volunteering and puppy sponsorship, every contribution is vital.
By becoming a Puppy Pal, you’ll make regular donations to the Guide Dog development program. This ensures puppies are nurtured and supported as they make the transition to working as Guide Dogs.
It takes a village to raise a dog…you can make a difference for just $20 a month join the Flicks with the Chicks Puppy Love Club. Your support will change lives.
Make a contribution. Every donation ensures we can nurture puppies as they transition into working Guide Dogs. Your contribution goes towards a range of services and support programs that keep Victorians with low vision living independently.
By leaving a gift in your will for Guide Dogs Victoria, you can make a profound change to the life of a person with low vision. Your gift helps us provide a range of services and support programs to improve people’s independence, including raising and training Guide Dogs.
Our iconic collection dogs are a community favourite and play a valuable role in funding Guide Dog training. They directly benefit people with low vision. Provide a home for a collection dog and collect loose change for positive change.
Fundraising is a fun and rewarding way for schools, clubs, social clubs and people from the community to provide us with support. By getting involved in community fundraising, you help us train Guide Dogs, run children’s camps and more.
There are many different ways to engage in partnership with Guide Dogs Victoria. Opportunities include partnerships, sponsorships, philanthropic support, workplace giving, hosting collection dogs, and corporate volunteering.
Vision loss is on the rise in Australia. As a result, the demand for Guide Dogs is too. We need to raise and train more puppies every year. Through sponsorship, you can play a vital role in helping puppies progress towards Guide Dog graduation.
The reality is that without your donation and support, we cannot partner people with Guide Dogs or provide skills through Guide Dog Mobility training. A Guide Dog offers invaluable freedom, safety and confidence for people with low vision or blindness.
Dialogue in the Dark is an experience set in total darkness. Visitors are led through an environment and learn to interact and communicate by relying on non-visual senses.
Play a vital role in Guide Dogs Victoria’s work. Our volunteers help raise the profile of our programs and community initiatives, and make an enormous difference through their ongoing support and involvement. Find out how.