The mission of the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind is to im-
prove the quality of life of blind people by providing them with safe
mobility, independence and self-confidence through the faithful as-
sistance of guide dogs
Our puppies love visitors! See for
yourself the amazing work that we do.
Help to support Guide Dogs
in Israel by donating through our
secure online donations page.
Bar and Bat Mitzvah students will learn
about blindness and how a Guide Dog
assists a visually impaired Israeli.
Sponsor a future guide dog and help us to provide the love and support that is so crucial during
the first year of a puppy’s life. The cost to raise a puppy is $1000, which includes all of their food,
toys and immunizations. We see to it that the puppies are raised in a nurturing and enriched environment to prepare them for the important work that they will do.
Amit Bar-El was a soldier fighting house-
to-house during the 2006 Lebanon War.
As he rushed to the aid of a wounded comrade,Amit opened a door only to have a
rocket fly past and explode in the wall next to him. He received multiple shrapnel wounds