The Foundation has used posters extensively, as a great way of catching people's attention and raising awareness about our activities. Here are some of the posters we have produced over the years.
Good boy, Bayley'! [digitised version]Scope and contentA poster from the early 2000s, with an image of golden lab Bayley wearing a red Bayleys coat, carrying a 'Bayleys Property Press' newspaper in his mouth, set against a black background. The main text says 'Good boy, Bayley! Proud to help good dogs become great guide dogs. Print original measured 59cm x 42cm.
We're pinning our hopes on your support: Guide Dog Day April 24 [digitised version]Scope and contentA poster advertising Guide Dog Day 1996, with an image of a woman in dark glasses holding a golden puppy in a red CHAMP coat, set against a red background. The main text says 'We're pinning our hopes on your support'. Supplementary text with an image of a guide dog badge urges people to 'Buy your badge now; $3 minimum donation'. Print original measured 42cm x 60cm.
The braille alphabet [digitised version]Scope and contentBlack & white poster. It has an image of two girls learning to read braille with their teacher, with the braille alphabet in the lower left-hand corner. It includes attached teaching activities, and was produced for White Cane Day. Print original measured 36cm x 49cm.
Woof woof! Sponsor me [digitised version]Scope and contentA3-sized A poster from the 1990s with an image of a golden puppy in a red CHAMP coat. A speech bubble says 'Woof woof!', and the main text says 'Sponsor me'. The phone number for donations, 0800 PUPPIES, is at the bottom of the poster, as is text saying 'supported by CHAMP'.
Imagine a world with no sight or sound II [digitised version]Scope and contentA4-sized poster shows an image of Helen Keller's visit to New Zealand in 1948, encircled by more recent images of deafblind clients. The main text says 'Imagine a world with no sight or sound'. Produced in association with Deafblind NZ Inc.
Rural guide dog appeal [digitised version]Scope and contentA poster advertising the Rural Guide Dog Appeal of 7th November 1998. A guide dog logo is set against a stylised rural landscape, and enclosed in a red circle on a predominantly green background. Print original measured 42cm x 60cm.
Arm in arm we walk, hand on hand we talk [digitised version]Scope and contentA4-sized poster advertising Helen Keller Communication Day (June 27), with various images of people communicating via their hands. The main text says 'Arm in arm we walk, hand on hand we talk… Deafblind services receives no government funding!' Produced in association with Deafblind NZ Inc.