The greatest gift you can give to our dogs and the people we serve is your time. And you don’t need to be an expert either—although being a “dog person” certainly helps.
So, where do you fit in? Raising a puppy in your own home? Fundraising in your city? Volunteering on our campus? These are just some of the areas where you can help. And don’t miss our full and part-time job listings, too. Love dogs? Ready to work? Let’s talk.
Friends, sharing your time, talent, and treasure can change lives. Join us.
Raise a Puppy
You don’t have to be perfect to be a puppy raiser. All you need is an abundance of love, commitment, and a desire to help us achieve our mission. And don’t worry, we’ll teach you everything you need to know to take on one of these cute and cuddly future heroes.
Volunteer on Campus
Can you support our mission without taking a dog home with you? OF COURSE! We rely on volunteers to answer phones, educate our puppies, give dogs baths, help in our kitchen, drive our shuttles, work at events, and more. If you’ve got time, we’ve got a job you might love.
Love a great party that does a lot of good at the same time? Fundraising events—yours and ours—fuel our mission and enable us to provide our dogs and services at absolutely no cost to our students and alumni. If you’re the host with the most, join us.
Work With Us
Imagine arriving to work every day knowing that your work matters. That’s what it’s like here! Take a look at our open positions—there just might be the perfect home for you right here, whether caring for our dogs or growing your career in other areas.
Become a Vet Partner
We invite caring, compassionate veterinarians to partner with us to provide veterinary care, at no charge or reduced cost, for our working guide dogs and service dogs in your area. And since we’re active throughout the U.S., it’s likely we need you NOW.
“Southeastern Guide Dogs is a part of my life, through the dogs and through the program itself. It does more for me than I could ever return.”
— Marge Vita, volunteer gift shop manager since 1999