There can be a world where no one is needlessly blind, but we need your help.

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Eighty percent of blindness in the developing world is preventable or treatable, often with a 15-minute cataract surgery costing as little as $50. According to the World Health Organization, restoring a blind person's sight is one of the most cost-effective ways of reducing poverty, and it changes lives forever.

When you join the Legacy 20/20 campaign and leave a gift to Seva Canada Society in your Will, you bequeath the gift of sight and hope to women, children, and people living in extreme poverty and isolation. 

If you’ve had cataract surgery or if you wear glasses or contacts, you can appreciate what a difference eye care makes.

With a legacy to Seva Canada Society you transform the lives of others for generations to come.
A gift in your Will doesn’t have to be large to make a difference. Just a small percentage of what’s left after your loved ones are provided for can create a brighter future for people who suffer from blindness or low vision.

Join Legacy 20/20… together we can help eliminate preventable blindness. View Seva Canada's Legacy 20/20 booklet.

See a special letter from Dr. Peter Nash, ophthalmologist and past Seva Canada board member.

“I have seen with my own eyes how hundreds of people’s lives have been transformed by Seva. By including a gift to Seva Canada Society in my Will, I can live forever through the eyes of those who will be able to see because of my legacy.” 
Susan Erdmann, Seva Board member and legacy donor 

Questions? Call Erika Kinast toll-free at 1-877-460-6622 or by filling out our contact form.