Guide Dogs - Guernsey Branch

AGC Membership No. 27
Guernsey Registered Charity number CH405 *

*The Guernsey Registry is responsible for administration of the registers of charities and non-profit organisations. The number indicated above was originally issued to the charity, but this is not an indication that registration is up to date. Please see for a current list of registered organisations

Description Aims and Objectives

We are Guide Dogs. And we’re here to help people with sight loss live the life they choose. Our ambition is a future where every person with sight loss has the confidence and support they need to live their lives to the full. Children and adults. Friends and family. Whoever you are, our expert staff, volunteers and life-changing dogs are here to help you live actively, independently and well.

Organisation and Management

Whether you're looking for yourself, a member of your family, or your child, our experts can help you find ways to live actively, independently and well with sight loss. From getting around safely to dog care and welfare, and family support to opening up the world with technology, our information and advice is here to guide you. 
Our Support and Services | Guide Dogs UK

Call us on 0800 781 1444 for more information and guidance.
Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

We're a charity, almost entirely funded by donations, and we are the world's largest assistance dog organisation. As world leaders in puppy socialisation and dog training, we're the only organisation to breed and train guide dogs in the UK. We're also the largest employer of specialists dedicated to helping children and young people overcome the challenges of sight loss. 

Here at Guide Dogs, our team of volunteers is growing, but we're always in need of new members. We encourage people from all walks of life to join our community of caring and passionate volunteers. Without our volunteers we wouldn't be able to support people living with sight loss live their lives actively, independently, and well.

Contact Details
Claire Rossall - Guide Dogs


Volunteers Needed