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

Seva Canada is a charity whose mission is to restore sight and prevent blindness in developing 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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Donate

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

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Act

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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Shop

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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Give the Gift of Sight.

Transform a Life. Spark joy this holiday season by giving the gift of sight to someone in need in a low-income country. Our Gift of Sight catalogue has lots of options for you to choose from including surgery, glasses, medicine and training. Make it a present and we'll send a card letting them know how their gift is bringing light into someone's life. Learn More
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