When you include Guide Dogs WA in your Will, you will automatically qualify to join the Arnold Cook Society. This special honorary society is named in recognition of Dr Arnold Cook, who became blind at the age of 18 due to the eye condition retinitis pigmentosa (link opens in new window).
The celebrated Western Australian, who was studying at the London School of Economics when he was paired with his first Guide Dog, established Australia’s first Guide Dog organisation in Perth in 1951.
For more information about including Guide Dogs WA in your Will, please phone 08 9311 8285 or complete the form below.
“My uncle lost his vision later in life, and while he did not have a Guide Dog, I saw first-hand the effect vision loss can have on someone’s life. I have chosen to leave a gift in my Will. I’m proud to know that I can help someone else enjoy life as much as I do; that they can still experience everything I get to experience even though they might not be able to see as well.”
– Judith Arnold Cook Society member and passionate supporter of Guide Dogs WA