Since last week the youngest candidates in our guide dog team Fülöp, Flash, Frutti and Fecske have been preparing to their mission at their volunteer puppy raisers. Information on their improvement and adventures will be shared on a regular basis.
We were extremely happy that following our last call many applicants came forward to become a volunteer guide dog puppy raiser.
On the 3rd December, a new guide dog team passed successfully the transportation security exam in Tatabánya. Following a 407-day long preparation and learning together Bea and her guide dog Cassie decided to take up the challenge. We would like to hereby congratulate them for their great performance,
Be more tolerant, be more open!
This could be the motto of the Tolerance Day organized at the Herman Ottó Secondary School in Miskolc. Our Foundation, together with our guide dogs and the colleagues from the North-Hungary Visual Impairment Rehabilitation Centre took part in the event with our special,
Our guide dogs received enormous commendation! As a Non-Profit Organisation we did very well at the Effie Awards Ceremony this year and won the Golden Effie Award in the Long-term Efficacy category. As you all know, the mission of our Foundation is to help blind people in ways that enable them to live a full and happy life.