Two Guide Dog puppies are sitting together in their orange training coats. one pup is yellow and the other is black.

Guide Dogs Australia ranked 16th on the 2019 National Reputation Health Report’s list of top 100 brands with the healthiest reputations. The brand appeared ahead of names like Netflix, Kmart and Bonds on the Brand Institute of Australia’s list, and listed as third in the Australian charity sector. 

Guide Dogs also ranked highly on individual reputation driver lists – coming in third on the Social Responsibilities list, eighth on Products and Services, and 29th on the Innovation reputation list.

“Reports like this are a great barometer of where the Australian public’s trust lies,” said Dale Cleaver for Guide Dogs Australia. “The unique bond between a handler and a Guide Dog is characterised by trust, and it’s a word we’re proud to be associated within the wider community.”

“We are extremely grateful for the ongoing support of everyday Australians who help fund over 80% of our services through generous donations. We sincerely thank the general public for putting their faith in us to provide services that assist people living with blindness and low vision to lead independent and safe lives, connected to their communities.”

You can read the full report here >