Change the Future. Provide Hope. Every dollar you contribute is a step towards giving someone else the gift of freedom and independence that can spark the same life changing hope that Opal brought to Eugene.
Join fellow riders and Guide Dogs of America/Tender Loving Canines supporters from July 28-30, 2023 for an approximately 1,000-mile motorcycle ride across the beautiful and scenic Maine. This year’s three-day event will be hosted by the IAM Eastern Territory.
Starting with the puppy-raisers! Read this recent article in FYI 50+ magazine on how puppy raising changes lives. Click here to read the full article.
UPS Scotty’s Dogs, supports the Guide Dogs of America’s mission of providing guide and service dogs free of charge to the visually impaired, veterans and children with autism.
At Guide Dogs of America, we believe that a well-trained service dog partner offers new opportunities for greater independence, enhanced mobility, and social interaction. Visit our “Our Programs” to learn more about our service dogs.
2023 Quilt by the Santa Clarita Valley Quilt Guild titled, “From Our Dogs to Yours.” $2 per ticket (or $10 for 6 tickets) Your ticket purchase helps GDA | TLC provide a service dog to people who are visually impaired, … Read more
“You Are Strong” Donnell is a Navy Veteran who served as an Intelligence Specialist. He deployed to Bosnia as a part of the PFIWC team (Persons Formerly Indicted For War Crimes), where he provided Intelligence support to bring war criminals … Read more
The first six months at Mobile County courthouse Meet Fiji, a facility dog who works in the Mobile County District Attorney’s Office at the Mobile County courthouse. Fiji is trained to do specific, skilled tasks in various situations within the … Read more
This Holiday Season Give: Love, Confidence and Hope Each donation will directly benefit a veteran, a person who is visually impaired, or a child with autism who desperately needs the life-changing confidence, love, and hope that a service dog provides.
People who are blind or visually impaired use a white cane to scan their surroundings for obstacles or orientation marks, like curbs, steps, and uneven surfaces. It is also helpful for onlookers in identifying the user as blind or visually … Read more