December 18, 2012
Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind is one of the most beneficial organizations I can think of. Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind matches visually impaired Israelis with guide dogs which gives these individuals one of the most important freedoms, independence. I have always had a love of Labrador Retrievers and I recognize the importance of enabling visually impaired persons to act on their own; therefore, several years ago when I learned about the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind, I became a donor. Recently, while on a trip to Israel, I visited the Center and was extremely impressed with the level of professionalism, cleanliness, skill, and dedication I saw at the Center. My visit to the Center made such a positive impact on me that when I returned to the United States, I decided to become a volunteer, delivering presentations to Bar and Bat Mitzvah students in an effort to raise awareness about the Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind and the superb cause for which the Center stands.
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