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Guide Dogs WA is looking for committed volunteers for the Mini Dog Fundraising Team!

Guide Dogs WA's Mini Dog Program raises significant funds for the organisation each year through collecting coins. Volunteers play a vital role in this fundraising program by placing, collecting and maintaining the Mini and Model dogs, which are placed in a wide variety of small and large businesses throughout metropolitan and regional areas of Western Australia.
A Collector/Placer drives on a set route -- collecting, placing and replacing the Mini and Model dogs. You pick the days -- and we supply the car! Half and full-day shifts are available, based on your availability. If you're interested in volunteering your time to support West Australians with blindness and vision impairment, and the Guide Dog program, we'd love to hear from you!

Contact

Please contact Stacey on 08 9311 8238 or email Stacey.Johnson@guidedogswa.com.au to find out more or to apply.
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