ISRAEL GUIDE DOG CENTER FOR THE BLIND via Crowdrise
September 17, 2010
BENEFITING: ISRAEL GUIDE DOG CENTER FOR THE BLIND
EVENT DATE: Nov 07, 2010
Gadi knew that he wanted to get on with his life and the first step toward independence was getting a guide dog. He credits his guide dog, Timmy, with allowing him to resume a productive and active life. Gadi went back to the University and now works full time as a physical therapist. He is married and is raising a family.
The cost to provide a “Partnership” between a blind person and a guide dog is $25,000, but the center provides this service FREE of charge. Please help Gadi and Noach to achieve their goal.