Donations Needed For GDA’s Online Silent Auction

Guide Dogs of America’s annual Online Silent Auction is set for June 4-14! Since 1948, GDA has been providing specially trained guide dogs to blind men and women free of charge. Fundraisers such as our Online Silent Auction are essential to help continue our mission.

Bidding For Good Logo with pictures of Laborador puppiesVisit the auction site for a preview of this exciting fundraiser and please spread the word! We depend on the participation of our supporters to make the online silent auction a success.

Your Donated Auction Items Needed!

We welcome your support by donating items for this silent auction:

Tickets to sports events, theater productions, and amusement parks. Donated stays in hotels, condos, and vacation homes. Gift certificates of all kinds – to restaurants, shops, or any entertainment venue.

In terms of merchandise we appreciate receiving donations of smaller items that we can be easily mailed out to the highest bidder.

Or visit our Amazon Wish List and select an item to contribute.

The deadline for donations is April 20, when we begin putting our auction packages together.

Please submit your donations via email to or send them to:

Guide Dogs of America
13445 Glenoaks Blvd.
Sylmar, CA 91342
Attn: Judy Reilly

If you have items you’d like to donate that need to be picked up and you are in the Los Angeles metropolitan area, we can likely arrange for pickup.

Any questions, please call Judy at (818) 833-6437.


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