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A woman getting a kiss from a yellow Golden Retriever puppy.

Support CNIB Guide Dogs

Support a future guide dog that will help give freedom and independence to a person with sight loss.

Photo of a black lab puppy wearing a CNIB Guide Dogs yellow vest.

Sponsor CNIB Guide Dogs

Every year, more than 50,000 Canadians lose their sight. When you sponsor a CNIB “puppy with purpose,” you're giving a life-changing gift: freedom, independence and safety for a Canadian with sight loss.
Two beautiful CNIB Guide Dog Golden Retriever pups in training.

Guide Dog Monthly Donor FAQ

Whether you’re thinking about supporting CNIB Guide Dogs or you’re a long-term monthly supporter, we have answers to your most frequently asked questions.
A woman kneeling beside a Golden Retriver puppy.

Become a Volunteer Puppy Raiser or Boarder

Learn what goes into raising a future guide dog and apply to be a Puppy Raiser or Boarder!

Third level terms

The top half of a Black Labrador's head on yellow.

Become a Guide Dog Champion

Guide dogs and their handlers are allowed access to any premises to which the public would normally have access. It’s the law. Show your support for guide dog teams in your community and become a Guide Dog Champion!
The CNIB Guide Dogs logo. Below it, reads “Pup Crawl, April 28 – May 28, 2021” against a yellow background. On the right, there is a photo of the golden retriever guide dog, Carla. Beside her is the text “Carla, Race Director.”

CNIB Guide Dogs Pup Crawl

Get ready for the second annual CNIB Guide Dogs Pup Crawl! Kicking off on April 28 in honour of International Guide Dog Day, this virtual five-kilometre movement event is about getting active in a safe way, all while supporting CNIB Guide Dogs in communities across Canada.