Help and support the Guide Dogs of America in their mission of providing guide dogs free of charge to blind individuals so that they may pursue their goals with increased mobility and independence
A Guide Dog:
A guide dog is a specially trained dog that acts as a mobility tool to aid blind and visually impaired individuals. They provide independence and confidence in the form of a loving canine companion.
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Help make a difference and ride with us for Guide Dogs of America! JULY 12th 2014
Our contribution and support helps provide guide dogs free of charge to blind individuals. With the gift of a guide dog, men and women are better able to pursue
and achieve their goals, fulfill their dreams, and participate in their communities. Guide dogs not only provide the gift of increased independence, confidence, and mobility, but they also act as a trusted companion providing increased opportunities and social interaction. Help us make a difference in someone's life in the form of a loving, four legged partner.
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Help us provide for a Better Community IAM Local 1951 Member Receives a Guide Dog - October 2010
Guide Dogs of America was founded over 60 years ago by Joseph Jones, Sr. with the help of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers
(IAMAW or IAM)
I.A.M: The I.A.M. is a strong supporter of Guide Dogs of America and is proud of our role in the founding of the organization and our continued generosity and dedication since 1948.If you would like more information about the I.A.M., select the image to the left.
Guide Dogs of America is a nonprofit organization that is supported by the generosity of individuals, foundations, corporations, and riders like us in their mission to provide loving guide dogs free of charge to the blind and visually impaired.
The cost to provide one guide dog and match it with its new blind partner is about $43,000.00.