Participants in Central Park Plunge pose with Ambassador Dogs Annie and Eva

Community Fundraising

Participants in Central Park Plunge pose with Ambassador Dogs Annie and Eva

Our local community plays an important role in helping people living with low vision, disability or illness in WA. We rely on the support and generosity of people like you to raise funds to support the training of Guide Dogs to help West Australians with blindness or vision impairment to live independent, rich and rewarding lives.

Fundraising is easy and a great way to make a difference and get your local community involved in supporting a worthwhile cause. Anyone can fundraise and we’ll support you along the way. Some fundraising ideas you might like to consider:

“Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Cali has made a huge difference to my life – it’s unbelievable.” – Jayne with Guide Dog Cali.


  • Walk 150km in 24 hours.
  • Abseil down 52 floors in the Central Park Plunge.
  • Run a marathon.
  • Run the Chevron City To Surf (opens in new window).
  • Cycle 500 km.
  • Climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
  • Swim to Rottnest Island. (opens in new window).

For further information, please contact us; 


  • Hold a bake sale.
  • Host a morning tea.
  • Host a pancake breakfast.


  • Dress-down day.

Step Into Someone Else’s Shoes

  • Spend 24 hours in a blindfold.

Get Competitive!

  • Host a poker night.
  • Hold a golf competition.

Purchase an Entertainment Book

Get discounts on eating out, activities, travel and more! 20% of every sale directly supports the dog training programs. Purchase online now. (opens in new window).

Gifts In Lieu

If you’re celebrating getting married or reaching a milestone birthday, why not ask for donations instead of a gift? For further information, contact us on email; 

Help us to transform lives by providing Guide  and Autism Assistance Dogs to Western Australians who need them.

2018 HBF Run For A Reason Jog 4 A Dog Team

“My brother who still lives in the UK has a degenerative condition and has been losing his sight for the past 15 years. He is awaiting a Guide Dog and that is often the subject when I speak with him over the phone. That’s when I got the idea of raising money for a charity that supports the blind and to help someone who is in the same position as my brother.” – Sean, Community Fundraiser and Sponsor of Koha.


  • Complete our online fundraising registration form below.

  • Use an online fundraising page to collect even more donations and share with your friends and family. 

  • Our Community Engagement Officer will help you every step of the way.


  • Now for the fun part! Invite your friends, family and local community to join in and support your event, then have a great time knowing that you’re making a difference to the lives of West Australians who are blind or vision impaired.

For more information about how you can start fundraising, or to hold a fundraising event on our behalf, please email  

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