Guide Dog Friendly Business

Enhancing the lives of the visually impaired community in Singapore.

Our awareness and education efforts work towards the general public gaining greater acceptance of the use of guide dogs in Singapore and also understanding the vital role and significant benefits that guide dogs play in the life of a blind or visually-impaired person. Through our advocacy efforts, significant milestones have been achieved. Government bodies, office buildings, several eating establishments and shopping malls now graciously welcome guide dogs within their premises.

Download this information booklet to learn what you need to know to be a Guide Dog Friendly Business today.

There are now more than 250 Guide Dog Friendly establishments,
with more than 55 locations showing their support last year.

The above is an encouragement to us and we are constantly trying to get more establishments to come onboard. Some of our outreach efforts include going down to establishments that have yet to become Guide Dog Friendly to share information on people with vision impairment, the challenges they face and how to be a sighted guide.

We are very encouraged by the positive trend and figures. We have establishments emailing us to find out how they can become Guide Dog Friendly.

Vanessa Loh

General Manager of GDS

List of Guide Dog Friendly Businesses.

Below is a table of some businesses which welcome Guide Dogs into their premises.

Feel free to contact us at 6423 0217 or email us at admin@guidedogs.org if you wish to register your business under us.

Other ways to help us.

Make a Donation

Our yearly operating budget for the above programmes is $280,400. Please help us to continue our work for the visually-impaired community.

Become a Volunteer

We are actively seeking for volunteers who wish to understand more about our work and participate in our activities! Animal lovers are definitely welcome too!

Corporate Sponsor

Find out how your business can help members of the visually impaired community enhance their quality of life through better mobility around their environment.