All big adventures start with one small step…

This May, conquer our 250,000 steps Facebook challenge and raise money to help people with sight loss step out with confidence.
In return for your efforts, we'll send you a free pair of Guide Dogs branded socks.

About the challenge

When: 1-31 May 2022

Where: Wherever your feet take you

Registration fee: Free

Fundraising target: You can choose your own target, but we suggest aiming for £125! That can buy a starter kit for a new guide dog owner. Find out more about how Guide Dogs spend the funds you raise.

How to join the challenge

  1. Join our Walk Your Socks Off Facebook group to find out how to take part.
  2. Set up your Facebook fundraising page.
  3. Request your free socks.
  4. Invite friends and family to take on the challenge with you.
  5. Conquer 250,000 in May and raise vital funds for Guide Dogs.

Not on Facebook? We’ve got you covered. Head over to our JustGiving to set up your fundraising page.

Your socks, your steps, your adventure. Keep moving throughout May to hit your target – who knows where your steps will take you...

Fundraising tips

This is an amazing fundraiser as I’m out with Rossi anyway so I’m utilising a daily activity for an amazing cause.
WYSO Super Stepper Helen and her dog Rossi

Why should I join #TeamGuideDogs?

Every day 250 more people in the UK lose their sight. We rely on donations to continue our life-changing work with children and adults living with visual impairments, so by walking 250,000 throughout May you can transform lives. Check out our inspiring stories to see how your support makes an impact. By joining our Walk Your Socks Off Facebook group and following the registration steps you’ll receive:

A Guide Dogs branded tote bag with the words "I'm a stepper and proud" written on it

Want extra rewards? Raise £125 to get yours!

Calling all steptastic adventurers! If you go the extra mile and raise a life-changing £125 or more* we’ll send you a limited-edition Super Stepper tote bag as an extra reward! (Limited stock available so hurry to get yours!)

*per person

Caitlin and her guide dog Honey

Your donations will help children like Caitlin

Caitlin was born with congenital glaucoma and underwent almost 50 operations before her fifth birthday.

Caitlin says: “I knew a guide dog could help me be even more confident and independent, but I never expected to gain a best friend as well. Honey puts a smile on my face every day with her puppy eyes and wagging tail. She’s my reason to get out of bed in the morning and have a great day. We’re a perfect match.”

Join the Walk Your Socks Off step challenge and raise money to support our life-changing services.