How you can Help

The Guide Dog Foundation is fortunate to have an incredibly generous community.

Whether our community offers gifts in the form of time or money, we are grateful for their support. Below you'll find a list of ways you can support the Foundation.  They vary from making a financial contribution, to donating your time to assist us in meeting our mission.  If you'd like to be a vital part of our community, there are plenty of ways to help.

For our financials, click here.  For quick reference, the Foundation's EIN number is 11-1687477. 

Ways to Give

There are many ways you can financially support the Guide Dog Foundation. Click the link below to learn more.

Volunteer

Every volunteer plays an important role in our mission to improve the quality of life for people who are blind, visually impaired or have other special needs.  Click the Learn More link below to see what opportunities are available.

Puppy Raising

As some of our most passionate volunteers, puppy raisers provide the loving homes that care for our Foundation puppies until the dogs are old enough to enter our certified training programs. Click the Learn More link below for more information.

Community Fundraising

Hosting a fundraising event is a great way to support the Foundation’s mission. Click the Learn More link below to get started.

Sponsorships

The Foundation has many sponsorship opportunities available. Learn about our sponsorship opportunities by clicking the Learn More link below. 

Corporate Partnerships

We welcome additional corporate partnerships as a means for us to realize financial support and the ability to reach more people with our programs.  In turn, a partnership tie-in with the Foundation can help a company achieve some significant business benefits.

Veterinary Partnership Program

We developed the Valued Veterinary Partnership Program to recognize our veterinary partners who provide free care to the Foundation when treating a minimum of five of our puppies while they live with our volunteer puppy raisers (for approximately 12 to 18 months).