Nell smiles as she enters her classroom

We can only provide our services for children and young people with your support. You can help by donating now and making a big difference to a child's life.

A boy and girl lying on a picnic blanket with ipads

For children with sight loss, technology is vital. That’s why we’re providing free iPads or iPhones to children with vision impairment. Find out how to apply.

A person with sight loss sits on a sofa with a friend

Our life skills section covers advice for looking after yourself, completing daily tasks at home, and getting about safely, as well as strategies for making the most of your vision.

Volunteer puppy raiser and guide dog puppy together on a walk

We have 100 different volunteering roles and we’re so grateful for any time you can give us whether it’s months, days or hours. However you choose to get involved, you’ll be making a real difference.

Covid-19 update

As we begin to ease out of lockdown, we are aware of the demand for our services. Please be reassured that all our services are being provided in line with Government guidance, but the way we provide them may be slightly different to ensure we continue to protect everyone. Read more on our Covid-19 page.

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Guide dog owner Paul Thomas and guide dog Yancy

By leaving a gift in your Will, you can help us provide guide dogs of the future and all our services.

A split photograph of a guide dog owner and his guide dog 90 years ago and another guide dog owner and his guide dog today.

Celebrate 90 years of helping people with sight loss live the life they choose, by taking on a 90 themed fundraiser.

Two images of a woman side by side, one black and white and one in colour, in the colour one the woman is wearing a Guide Dogs t-shirt

Find out how we're celebrating 90 years since the UK's first guide dog partnerships, including our garden at the BHS Chelsea Flower Show.