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Adults

Vision & Opportunity

Millions of Americans suffer from undiagnosed & untreated vision problems

Upwards of 80% of vision problems are preventable or reversible if detected early

Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in the United States for adults age 20-65.
Nearly 1 in 3 Americans have some form of diabetes and living in a poor community increases the risk of disease.
(CDC & American Journal of Public Health)

The average annual earnings of individuals with visual impairment is about 31% lower than those without visual impairments.
($19,714 vs $31,053) (McNeil, 2001)

In 2013, a stunning 64% of people (aged 16-64) with vision impairment were not working compared to 28% of the general population. Similarly, the unemployment rate for visually impaired individuals was over 2x that of the general population.
(Bureau of Labor Statistics)

The Importance of Vision

Studies have found that the majority of people who work with computers or those with visually demanding occupations, experience some eye or vision symptoms.

Work that is visually fatiguing ostensibly results in lowered productivity, increased error rate and reduced job satisfaction.

Steps should be taken to reduce the potential for development of stress and related ocular and physical discomfort in the workplace.
(American Optometric Association)

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Partnership

Book us for a visionary event
and/or
Donate at least $1000 annually
and/or
Corporate sponsorship

Glasses Recycling Patronage

It’s easy

Get a box of most any size
(We know you have an Amazon box laying around)
*recommend A1 and up*

Request decals (We send you decals for the box)

Repurpose the box into a glasses recycling receptacle

Fill the box up with glasses and ship it to us

Commit to at least one box per year

Recurring Donation

Subscription based giving with monthly donation

Subscription Based Eye Care

Let us take care of your eyes

Annual exam & yearly glasses

Volunteer

We will contact you to discuss the many ways you can help

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