How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Every $10 will show your support to the Visually Impaired by empowering them to lead more independent lives.
Every $50 will provide our beneficiary with a white cane.
Every $100 will teach a beneficiary white cane techniques to detect obstacles such as ground level changes, drains or stairs.
Every $200 can teach a beneficiary how to independently travel a set of route such as from their home to school and from their home to the hawker centre.
Our Campaign Storyends 31 Aug 2016, 11:59 PM
We are a group of students from St. Joseph Institution who are working with Guide Dogs Association of the Blind (GDAB) as part of our Youth for Causes Project!
GDAB believes that people with vision loss are fully capable of active and fulfilling lives. They strive to help the blind and visually-impaired people to achieve their fullest potential within the society through:
Orientation & Mobility (O&M) Training
Guide Dog Programme
Public Outreach & Education
Such endeavours are costly and we hope to help GDAB in the ways we can.
We were inspired by the news article of a guide dog user meeting with difficulties inside a shopping mall and realised that the awareness, tolerance and acceptance for guide dogs are still lacking in Singapore. We want to spread the message of how guide dogs can be a life changer, and raise funds to support GDAB in their efforts.
Every donation goes a long way and thank you for your support!
SUPPORT OUR UPCOMING LARGEST EVENT BY DONATING TO IT HERE: https://www.giving.sg/gds/white_cane_community_day !Formed in 2006, Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd (GDS) is a local non-profit, charity organisation, holding an Institute of Public Character (IPC) status. It aims to provide the gift of mobility and independence to the blind and visually impaired in Singapore.Our slogan "Enabling The Visually Impaired" reflects our values to provide people with visual impairment the life skills that would enable them to be self-sufficient.Visit www.guidedogs.org.sg to learn more about us, or follow us at https://www.facebook.com/GuideDogsAssociationSG/