Guide Dogs Northern Ireland

Guide Dogs wants a society in which blind and partially sighted people enjoy the same freedom of movement as everyone else

When someone loses their sight, Guide Dogs Northern Ireland is there to make sure they don’t lose their freedom as well.

We want to change the way that sight loss affects people’s lives. To do this, we help everyone with sight loss – and their families – through life-changing mobility services to adults, children and young people with sight loss throughout NI.

We also work to break down barriers by campaigning alongside people living with sight loss to ensure that they can get out and about on their own terms.

So if you’d like to know more about our services, or how you can help make a difference by volunteering, fundraising, donating or campaigning, we’d love to hear from you.

By getting involved, you can be a life-changer.

Guide Dogs Northern Ireland's Services

Guide Dogs NI Services

Guide Dogs Northern Ireland

Unit 17, 18 Heron Road, Belfast, BT3 9L

Guide Dogs Covid-19 advice line

Guide Dogs Northern Ireland

COVID-19 Service

Guide Dogs Northern Ireland's Content

Seminar Workshop

Guide Dogs Northern Ireland

Guide Dogs NI is expanding! Do you like dogs but feel you would like to contribute more? This is the opportunity for you.
14 November 2019
Fundraiser Outdoor Activity

Guide Dogs Northern Ireland

Use Your Senses, Guide Dogs’ hugely popular 5K fun run, comes to Belfast this June 1st! Join us at Stormont on Saturday 1st June for this family-friendly run, suitable for everyone.
01 June 2019

Guide Dogs Northern Ireland

Guide Dogs NI, RNIB NI, Angel Eyes and Jordanstown School are working in partnership to develop an innovative programme for families with a child who has a visual impairment.

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  • Paula McLarnon
  • Alison Bennett
  • James Copeland
  • Kirsty Gray