NEWS AND UPDATES
Optometry Giving Sight recognizes FYidoctors as Canadian Platinum National Sponsor
Thanks to your support, Optometry Giving Sight allocated a record $1.8 million to 46 eye and vision care projects* in 28 countries in 2013.
Industry Leaders join hands with Optometry Giving Sight to help eliminate avoidable blindness and to improve access to sustainable eye care in Mexico.
Optometry Giving Sight will seek support from the eye health profession and industry to help fund the development of an Optometry program at the University of Haiti (L’UEH).
The first class of degree-qualified optometrists have graduated from Universidade Lúrio in Nampula this month, becoming the very first optometrists in Mozambique.
Professor Brien Holden has been awarded the inaugural Optometry Giving Sight Humanitarian Award...
Maui Jim has announced that the company would be formally collaborating with Optometry Giving Sight through ongoing initiatives from 2014...
Optometry Giving Sight announced on World Sight Day that it will begin operations in Mexico, in partnership with Devlyn...
Optometry Giving Sight has made a £20,000 donation to fund a new ‘Vision Care for Homeless People’ centre...
A personal reflection from our Regional Manager for Europe, Donna Power, after her recent site visit to Tanzania.
Organizations within the USA eyecare industry have formed the World Sight Day Challenge Coalition.
Dr. Susan Cooper, a Canadian optometrist, was recently elected as President of the World Council of Optometry.
The first-ever project to receive Optometry Giving Sight funding in Nepal has reported great progress after just six months.
On Sunday 23rd June, the eve of the Wimbledon tennis tournament, Maui Jim hosted an exclusive tennis experience
The provision of eye care in Haiti took a major step forward in May
For most donors, it is a rare opportunity to be able to witness the work they are helping to support firsthand.
Optometry Giving Sight is helping to support an entrepreneurial micro business project in Haiti
After spending three years in a successful banking graduate role, Daniel Strachan decided that desk work wasn’t for him.
Students of Optometry in Cameroon will be the direct beneficiaries of $20,000 from Canada