Logan has a special message, just for you…

When Logan Shepperd lost his sight two years ago in an awful accident, he also lost his freedom. A young man is sitting on the edge of his bed with his hands together on his lap. He is smiling at the camera

Read Logan’s full story here.

After 10 months in hospital, 18 trips to surgery and more than his fair share of setbacks, the 21-year-old is finally back home, learning to rebuild his life.

Through our Christmas Appeal last year, Logan shared his story, in the hope that it would inspire others to help a Tasmanian who desperately needs a Guide Dog.

Logan and his family were delighted to hear that because of people like you, over $20,000 has been raised so far, to help train a Guide Dog.

“I’m so glad my experience will help another Tasmanian receive a Guide Dog. Thank you for caring and showing your support to a Tasmanian in need” – Logan.

Logan is currently working with our Guide Dog Mobility Instructors, continuing his journey to prepare for a Guide Dog of his own one day.

“To have the freedom to walk anywhere I want with a Guide Dog would just be great,” says Logan.

photo credit: Brodie Weeding – The Advocate


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