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Janice Baxter

Janice Baxter

Janice Baxter still gets tears in her eyes when she sees a blind or visually impaired person with their guide dog. Read More

Janet Swanson

Janet Swanson

Janet Swanson's parents started donating to Guide Dogs of America in the 70s. Their nephew had been born with disabilities, including visual impairment, and they wanted to support organizations that would help him, and others like him. Read More

Barbara Meagher

Barbara Meagher

Barbara Meagher wants people to understand the importance of the work GDA does. Her legacy gift is a testament to her support. Read More

George and Kristin Pitt

George and Kristin Pitt

Kristin and George Pitt have seen first-hand what the gift of a guide dog can mean to a visually impaired or blind person. Read More

Donna Cohen

Donna Cohen

Donna Cohen has been donating to Guide Dogs of America (GDA) since she first learned about the school when she worked at the post office and oversaw the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) beginning in 1996. Read More

David Lawless

David Lawless

Last year, David Lawless went to his bank and asked for advice about where to leave his money. Read More

Mordechai (Mort) Arditti

Mordechai Arditti

When Mordechai (Mort) Arditti decided it was time to write his trust, he reflected on who should be the beneficiary of his estate and how it would be allocated. Read More

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