On 30 September 2017, we celebrated White Cane Community Day – ‘Guide Dogs Can Lah!’ at Westgate mall. It was a day filled with loads of fun and learning, with talks by specialists and experiential booths set up to help people gain a better understanding of the visually impaired community.
We welcomed an estimated 500 participants, and raised a total of $33,000. Thank you for helping us empower our clients with Visual Impairment (VI) on their journey to independence.
It is a continuous effort to assimilate the VI community to our society, and it starts from raising awareness in the public. So once again, thank you to everyone who made this event a success: our partners, donors, volunteers, of course – visitors who took the time to stop by and learn more about our VI counterparts!
GDS is a non-profit voluntary welfare organisation, and has been accorded Charity status by the Commissioner of Charities. We are registered with the National Council of Social Service (NCSS) as an associate member and holds an Institute of Public Character status.
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