The work of Guide Dogs of America was highlighted in the February issue of Homeland , a veteran and active military resource magazine. The publication is focused on resources, support, community and inspiration for veterans and military families.
The article, on pages 54-55, gives an overview of the organization and the work they do to provide freedom, independence and confidence to the blind/visually impaired, veterans and children with autism.
Guide Dogs of America is the IAM’s favorite charity. In 2020, GDA completed a merger with Tender Loving Canines, and now provides hardworking service dogs for people who are blind/visually impaired, veterans, children with autism and facilities to become trusted companions that bring confidence, independence and mobility. Their services are provided free of charge to residents in the U.S. and Canada.