Our annual Flag Day is back again! For the first time in 3 years, we are excited to hold our Flag Day in person! We are calling for volunteers to join us for our island-wide street collection efforts on Saturday, 4 March 2023. Take to the streets to increase awareness of the vision impaired community and guide dogs by collecting public donations in tin cans with us!
It is starting to look like the most wonderful time of the year - a time for gathering with loved ones and spending quality time together. We are immensely thankful for the supporters and donors who journeyed with us throughout the year. As the holiday season begins and a new year beckons, let us not forget the importance of giving back.
We are hiring a full time Admin and Accounts Executive. If you have a passion to work in a social service agency, and at least three years of relevant experience in a similar role, please click read more
GDS is hiring Trainers to meet the increasing demand for IT training. If you are an experienced user of low vision assistive technology and keen to impart your skills and knowledge to others, contact us.
What does “Independence” mean in the life of a person with vision impairment (VI)? When living with VI, everyday life can feel unfamiliar even in a familiar environment. The new normality after the pandemic has posed unique challenges and forced many changes on our friends with vision loss, making it challenging for them to adapt and live independently.