Help us transform a life!

Whether you’re a small, medium or large company your contribution can make a huge difference to Guide Dog Day.

There are three main ways you and your colleagues can support us on Guide Dog Day.

Host a Lunch & Learn

We would be delighted to visit your place of work to inform staff about our life-changing services and sell our PAWsome merchandise.

Many of our clients lead truly inspirational lives and listening to them speak has a very motivating influence on groups. We will of course bring one of our gorgeous dogs along as well!

In aid of event

Run a fun office fundraiser like a bake sale, coffee morning, pub quiz, cyclothon, fancy dress or how about casual Friday on 8th May, Guide Dog Day?  The possibilities are endless, the impact immense. Ahead of your event we will send on fliers, promotional posters and where possible we can even try to arrange a furry friend to help boost interest, engagement and donations for the event!

Volunteer With Us

We need volunteers to help us paint the country green on Guide Dog Day. Does your company allow for you to come off site on a CSR day? If so, why not gather your teammates and come join in the fun by supporting local collections nationwide. The more people we have helping us on the 8th of May at our events, the more impact we can have.


Place one of our Guide Dog Day collection boxes in a high footfall area of your workplace like Reception or in the canteen.

Staff can give a donation and get one of our Guide Dog Day pins or our “independence” wristbands. We can also supply some PAWsome merchandise for those dog lovers in the workplace.

Make a Donation

Perhaps you might consider a monetary donation. Any donations are gratefully received.

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How to get involved

To get in involved or for more information on the above get in touch with our corporate partnership team: or call 1850 506 300.

John Burke Corporate Partnerships Manager
John Burke – Corporate Partnerships Manager
Karen O' Sullivan Corporate Partnerships Executive
Karen O’Sullivan – Corporate Partnerships Executive