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Our amazing volunteer speakers are critical to our success. They inspire and raise awareness about their own personal life changing experiences as a:

  • guide dog owner
  • My Guide partnership
  • puppy walker
  • or wonderful stories from our dedicated volunteers

All of our speakers are helping to raise awareness and funds to support our mission, to make sure that no one living with sight loss is left out of life!

Our speakers can offer a variety of interesting talks that cater to all kinds of audiences:

  • community groups
  • social clubs
  • schools
  • youth groups
  • corporate businesses

Our talks are free but we do rely on the generosity of donations to continue our charities work.

Would you like to hear our incredible life changing stories and learn more about Guide Dogs and how you can be involved?

All you need to do is fill in the below form and we will find a local Guide Dogs speaker to visit you and your group. Alternatively, you can email speakers@guidedogs.org.uk or phone 0345 143 0192.

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Venues and events

Our speakers are invited to talk at many different venues such as:

  • schools and youth groups
  • community events
  • community groups
  • Women's Institute
  • U3A groups
  • corporate events

We do not charge for the speaker service however any donations are gratefully received.


Speakers

There are currently around 750 speakers representing Guide Dogs, covering most areas of the UK. Our speakers include; Guide Dog Owners; Puppy Walkers; Dog Boarders; Brood Bitch/Stud Dog Holders; My Guide Volunteers; Volunteer group members/fundraisers.


Resources

Speakers often bring along;

  • Guide Dogs’ Informational leaflets
  • Simple interactive sessions for adults and children (where available)
  • Fundraising ideas