Thanks to you, we were able to exceed our World Sight Day goal! ALL proceeds will go to fund free cataract operations, screen children for glasses and eye disease, and support scholarships for young women to become ophthalmic technicians and Aadya Screeners. You can still watch our inspiring World Sight Day program, featuring Aamna’s story, below.
Watch Aamna’s Story
Watch the Full Program
Help us reach our World Sight Day goal!
World Sight Day Details
What: Follow a patient, Aamna, through her eye care journey at CBI’s partner hospital, Dr. Shroff’s Charity Eye Hospital, and learn about our impact this year.
Donations will be matched up to $50,000 to support our Cataract, Pediatric and Certified Ophthalmic Paramedic Programs, as well as our new Aadya Initiative. For pennies, a child can have their eyes examined and receive free glasses.
When: Thursday, October 13, 2022 6:30-7:15 p.m. CDT
Where: Watch it live on this landing page, and on CBI’s Facebook page.
For only $25, a 20-minute cataract surgery can help someone see again within 24 hours. And for $500, a young woman can be empowered by ophthalmic technical training. When you give to Combat Blindness International, you’re transforming lives.
Combat Blindness International is dedicated to eliminating preventable blindness worldwide by providing sustainable, equitable solutions for sight through partnerships and innovation.
- Your support will directly aid the fight against avoidable blindness. You can transform thousands of lives as we give the gift of sight to those who have been left in darkness.
- The opportunity to connect and network with over 200 local business owners, doctors, lawyers, and other area leaders.
- Exposure for your organization through our social media channels, support from local news sources, and our network of supporters.
Anne & Mike Arbet
Robert & Dyan Armstrong
Learn more about our programs and initiatives by hovering over the photos below:
Nearly 370,000 surgeries supported
Over 700,000 children screened
Over 400 women provided an education toward economic freedom
Surgical centers built in areas of need
Why They Give