GDFB

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GDFBGet Dressed for Battle (reenactment supplier; UK)
GDFBGuide Dogs for the Blind (San Rafael, CA)
GDFBGuide Dog Foundation for the Blind
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Andrew Goddard with Dave Bloor from Guide Dogs For The Blind and Barney
"There is a shortage of guide dogs across the UK - it's up by 25% LINDA OLIVER OF GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND
A spokesperson for Guide Dogs for the Blind said: "We're in the very early stages of discussions with the local authority and will be exploring all our options.
Project organiser Anna Shaw said: "We have worked closely with Guide Dogs for the Blind over last half term.
The grandad has been the chairman of a Coventry group raising money for Guide Dogs for the Blind on and off for about 15 years and in that time it has raised more than PS350,000.
"I'm calling on the Business Improvement District and Liverpool One to get behind the Access All Areas campaign being run by Guide Dogs for the Blind to raise awareness about this issue." Penny Williams, engagement Officer for Guide Dogs for the Blind in Liverpool, said: "We are grateful for the donation being made by the company but our main priority is to prevent something like this happening again."
Guide Dogs for the Blind covers the dogs' medical expenses.
Guide Dogs for the Blind provides mobility and freedom to blind and partially sighted people.
All these items can raise money for the Guide Dogs for the Blind and help people/kids to have a better life.
I am always in need of all types of postage stamps, including foreign and Christmas, and would be grateful if you could pass this message on to your friends and contacts at home and abroad so that I can continue to raise funds to help support The Guide Dogs for the Blind in forthcoming years.
Guide Dogs for the Blind is not Government funded so every pound is precious.
Saturday's ceremony was attended by representatives from the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association and other groups throughout the North West.
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