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Supporting your pooch’s preferred charity on Guide Dogs Day

If your dog could put its paw up to support a charity, no doubt Guide Dogs SA/NT would be one of its choices. 

Guide Dogs Day takes place on Wednesday, 24 April, and we’re encouraging you to listen to your pooch and donate, host an event, or even buy a Guide Dog gift on the day. 

Your contribution could be having your business donate $1 or more per sale – including coffee shops or cafes – organising a workplace morning tea with a gold coin donation, hosting a bring your dog to work day, ringing in to Guide Dogs SA/NT and pledging a donation or checking out the latest Dogalogue gift guide, every cent counts. 

Several generous South Australian businesses have agreed to match donations dollar for dollar on Guide Dogs Day, while a team of staff and supporters working in a telethon-style phone room back at Guide Dogs SA/NT headquarters. Guide Dogs SA/NT will be standing by to take your call. 

It takes more than $50,000 to breed, raise and train a Guide Dog or Assistance Dog, and on Guide Dogs Day, donating on behalf of your four-legged friend will mean another loveable labrador will get the chance to undertake training and to change people’s lives. 

On Guide Dogs Day, who would your pampered pooch’s charity of choice be? 

Click here to find out more or call our team at Guide Dogs SA/NT if you’d like some ideas on how your workplace can contribute on 8115 6060

Article and Image supplied by Guide Dogs SA/NT.

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