‘Allow guide dogs in public spaces’


Chan says it is important to go for yearly eye checks to prevent blindness caused by glaucoma. NORAFIFI EHSAN / The Star

THE findings of a campaign – to garner 100,000 signatures for public acceptance of guide dogs for the blind – has been handed over to the Federal Government.

The campaign by SOS Mission, a non-profit organisation founded by Stevens Chan, began in December last year. A total of 85,000 signatures was collected within 100 days.

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