Category Archives: Help for the Blind

Do you live in York or Lancaster County and need a guide dog for the blind or visually impaired individual? Apply before the end of February!

Freedom Guide Dogs for the Blind needs someone from York or Lancaster Counties to apply for a guide dog by the end of February so they don’t have to give their grant back.

About Us

Freedom Guide Dogs for the Blind is a non-profit organization located in Upstate, N.Y. which was founded in 1992 by husband and wife team, Eric and Sharon Loori. Freedom Guide Dogs breeds, raises, trains and places successful working guide dogs with the blind and visually impaired through a distinctive program called Hometown Training at no cost to the blind or visually impaired individual. Being a non-profit organization we rely on our generous donors, staff, puppy raisers, volunteers, board of directors and our amazing clients that we have the honor to serve.