MAKE A DONATION

How your donations help.

GDS raises funds independently and we depend largely on the generosity of foundations, corporate and individual donors to continue our work. In addition, given that most of our beneficiaries are not gainfully employed, our training and support programmes are provided to them at no cost.

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Donate Online

Making your donation online is the fastest and safest way you can help us sustain our work. To donate by credit/enets/debit online on GiveAsia, click on the donate button below to proceed.

Donate by Cheque

Write a cheque payable to “Guide Dogs Singapore Ltd”. Please indicate your name, NRIC/FIN/UEN, contact number and email address on the back if you wish to receive tax deduction.

Volunteer with us

Please fill up the form in the link below and we will get back to you shortly regarding volunteering.

Donate by mobile

Making your donation online is the fastest and safest way you can help us sustain our work. To donate by credit/enets/debit online on GiveAsia, click on the donate button below to proceed.

To make an online donation, find us on Giving.sg and GiveAsia now.
Can’t donate online? Download the Donation Form / Giro Form here.

BECOME A CORPORATE PARTNER

We can’t do it alone.

Our corporate partners enable GDS to reach more blind and visually impaired individuals and their families. They are committed and passionate about making Singapore better for the blind and visually impaired individuals as we are.

Contact us to see how your business can forge meaningful relations with GDS through partnership on fundraising and charitable programs. Together, we can make a difference.

BECOME A GUIDE DOG FRIENDLY BUSINESS

Fostering inclusiveness for the blind.

We wish to say a big “Thank You” to businesses who welcome Guide Dogs into their premises. Retail malls and shops are given free “Guide Dog Friendly Business” decals to indicate the fact that they allow access to Guide Dogs. Contact us if you wish to have such a decal for your business.

 

BCA Guidelines

Designing spaces for persons with visual impairment.