Paws on the Wharf

Come and discover our accessible art trail, live in Canary Wharf

Two schoolchildren doing an obstacle race, one blindfolded and one holding their hand to guide them

Calling all schools and youth groups: make a difference with a Guide Dogs assembly and sports challenge that everyone can enjoy whilst learning about sight loss.

A Habilitation Specialist smiles as she plays with a young service user.

Whether you’re looking for yourself, a member of your family, or your child, our experts can help you find ways to live actively, independently and well with sight loss.

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We believe that no one should be held back by a vision impairment. We campaign for the rights of people with sight loss to help them access public transport, our town centres and other public services.

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Share our stories far and wide with our amazing people and paws, to raise awareness and funds for our life-changing services. Volunteer for Guide Dogs.

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A gift in your Will is the gift of freedom for people living with sight loss. Find out more about leaving a gift in your Will to Guide Dogs.

Guide dog owner Taylor crouching down next to guide dog Jilly in harness in the sunshine

We need the support of people like you. Every day 250 more people join the two million already living with sight loss. By giving just £20, you could help to pay towards an hour of specialist training for a guide dog.

A young service user sits on the floor playing with toys, with her Habilitation Specialist behind her.

We're there every step of the way for the children and families we support, read about how their lives have changed as a result of the services we provide.