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Meet Eli Yablonek a true IDF Hero - winner of the Ot Mofet medal for bravery in the field.



Israel Guide Dog Center offers an array of dog services like Mitzvah Project for Service Companion dogs for IDF soldiers with PTSD and disabled adults in Israel.


Join our "Bike ot the Beach" event from Manhattan to Brighton Beach on June 23, 2013!


A Bat Mitzvah girl came up with an amazing project!


The Executive Committee of The International March of the Living has invited Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind to lead the March, which will take place from April 3-9. The 25-member delegation will march from Auschwitz to Birkenau on Yom Hashoah 2013.



Our tandem bike club took on the Carpathian Mountains of Romania, July 15-22, 2012.


On Sunday, June 3rd, two blind Israeli veterans will join forces with top New York City rabbis to take part in the Celebrate Israel Run, held prior to the gigantic Celebrate Israel Parade later that morning.


Zohar Sharon was a 26 year-old Israeli soldier when a chemical bomb that he was defusing blew up in his face. 



We promote activities for visually impaired Israelis that provide a way to socialize and exercise at the same time!  CanVelo was formed in conjunction with the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind and matched our blind clients with sighted volunteers who participate in a tandem bike club.  This year, we are trying something different - Dragon Boat Racing!



Sponsor a puppy

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. In less than two years, these amazing animals will make a profound difference in the life of someone who is visually impaired.

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Me and my guide

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

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