4 out of 5 people who are blind don't have to be.

Seva Canada is a charity whose mission is to restore sight and prevent blindness in low- and middle-income countries.

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80%

80% of global blindness can be prevented or treated.

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13 countries

The number of low-income countries Seva works in to restore sight and prevent blindness for those in greatest need.

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5 million

Since 1982, Seva Canada has helped more than 5 million people see again.

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A $50 donation is good for one cataract surgery With a $50 donation, you will provide a life-changing cataract surgery to someone in need in a low-income country. Give Today!

Why Sight?

It's solvable 80% of blindness can be prevented or treated. Learn more

Why Seva?

Seva has given sight to over 5 million people Learn more

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Donating to Seva supports critical, community-led programs that give sight to the most vulnerable people around the world.

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Get involved with Seva Canada. Take action in your own community to restore sight and prevent blindness in low-income countries.

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To raise funds for our work, Seva Canada sells a range of beautiful products, including baseball caps, greeting cards, and more.

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Help Kids Rise and Thrive with Glasses

Help Reach the Goal of 2000 Glasses for Kids! Kids around the world are heading back to school and many will need new glasses to help them see the blackboard and read their schoolbooks. Without healthy vision, kids are more likely to fall behind in class, be bullied, and face social exclusion from their peers. Together, we can change this reality. Give today
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    A, B, See

    Without healthy vision, kids are 3x more likely to fall behind in class, be bullied, and face social exclusion from their peers. 90% of children with vision loss live in low- and middle-income countries where access to eye screenings and glasses is limited. Two out of three children with vision impairment are girls. Children just like Sophara in Cambodia.

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