Guide dog teams across Canada need your help! Your gift provides needed medical services to guide dogs nationwide, allows us to subsidize our annual conferences, increases peer support opportunities for guide dog handlers, facilitates public education programs, and enables advocacy initiatives throughout the country. With your help, GDUC can continue to improve the lives of guide dogs and their handlers!
Our 2019 Financial Statements are available to give you an idea of how much money we bring in, and what it costs to operate the organization on an annual basis.
Ways You Can Support GDUC
Online Through CanadaHelps
- Make a Charitable Donation to the GDUC Wellness Fund and support guide dog handlers in financial need with non-routine veterinary expenses
- Make a Charitable Donation to the GDUC Mary Spice Fund and help us help attendees with travel costs to conferences and other events
- Make a Charitable Donation to the GDUC General Fund and enable us to carry on our peer support, public education, and advocacy programs
Please email your donation to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include your email address in the message field so that we can contact you to obtain the necessary information to prepare your official charitable receipt for income tax purposes.
Please make all cheques payable to Guide Dog Users of Canada and mail them to:
Guide Dog Users of canada
2936 Wildwood Drive
Windsor, ON N8R 1Z5
Please insure that your email address is included so that we may provide you with an official charitable receipt for income tax purposes. If you wish your gift to be used for a specific fund, indicate this on the memo line of the cheque, or in an enclosed note.
Guide Dog Users of Canada is a registered charitable organization (CRA Registration #869175190 RR0001), and official charitable receipts will be issued for donations of $20 or more. Donations made online through CanadaHelps will be immediately receipted electronically.
Volunteer Your Time and Skills
GDUC holds a conference and AGM each year in September. in 2019 our event was held at the CNIB Lake Joseph Centre from September 19-22. Volunteers were instrumental in assisting participants and performing other tasks. Please Contact Us to find out about this year's event and other volunteer opportunities.