CBI 2019 World Sight Day Extras: Radha Krishna Award, Right to Sight Clinic
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Catherine Taylor Receives Radha Krishna Award
At this year’s World Sight Day Gala, we recognized one of our longtime supporters and dear friends, Catherine Taylor of the Jack DeLoss Taylor Charitable Trust.
Reena Chandra Rajpal (left) and Suresh Chandra (right) presented Catherine (center) with the prestigious Radha Krishna Award, named after one of the first patients to be treated by Combat Blindness International.
Catherine’s profound contributions have had an indelible impact on our work, including the screening of over 200,000 children in India, and generous support for the construction of our latest surgical center in Keonjhar, India.
Congratulations, Catherine, and thank you!
Acting Locally to Serve Those in Need
On Oct. 5, we put our mission into action at the Right to Sight World Sight Day Clinic at the UW–Madison Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences’ (DOVS) University Station Clinic. This partnership, led by Dr. Anna Momont, provided 50 underinsured patients with free eye care. Many thanks to the UW DOVS faculty and staff who volunteered their time.