Lives lost. Hospitals and homes flooded. Eyeglasses washed away in the deluge. An outbreak of waterborne infections. The situation in Kerala state, India is devastating, and the impact on people’s health – including their eye health – is alarming. Our team in India has jumped into action, organizing medical relief camps in collaboration with Little… Continue Reading Worst floods in a century have left people vulnerable, without access to eye care
We’re excited to announce our partnership with CloudBreak Eye Care, right here in Calgary. CloudBreak is Calgary’s newest Glaucoma and Advanced Anterior Segment Clinic. They provide quality and personalized eye care to their patients, empowering them through eye health education and professional care. CloudBreak has decided to partner with our organization, offering their patients the option… Continue Reading Welcome to the Family, CloudBreak!
Brian Foster and Benny’s Restaurant enjoyed a special relationship. It’s here in this Calgary eatery that Foster imagined a plan that would shift the fortunes of a global organization. “Benny’s was my network place and a lot of ideas were hatched there,” says Foster, 70. “I solved a lot of problems over breakfast. But better… Continue Reading How one man turned his despair into a dream and vision for millions
We are proud to introduce this week’s blog post by our guest writer Lucas Taylor, a Calgary journalist and returning volunteer. This year he covered our donor celebration and AGM with the following story: Operation Eyesight held their Annual General Meeting and Donor Celebration on Monday June 25th, and I had the pleasure of attending.… Continue Reading Thank you for another incredible year
Happy Valentine’s Day! Today is a day to express our appreciation for the important people in our lives. For us at Operation Eyesight, the important people to our organization would be you – the people who make our work possible. Of course, none of Operation Eyesight’s work could happen without your generosity. And as a result, amazing… Continue Reading A warm “thank you!” from people half a world away.