Today is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving where charities, companies and individuals champion their favourite causes.

This #GivingTuesday, we are spending this day thinking about our amazing supporters. On behalf of all those whose lives you have changed, thank you for giving the gift of sight.

In honour of #GivingTuesday, here are four ways you can #GiveSight:

         
 
1. GIVE A GIFT IN SOMEONE’S HONOUR

Choose a gift from our Gift of Sight catalogue in a loved one’s honour. We’ll send them a beautiful card letting them know how their gift is changing lives.
 
 
 
2. MAKE A DONATION & DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT

Girls make up 2/3rds of children living with treatable blindness. You can help ensure their equal right to sight. From now until December 31st, donations up to $2500 will be matched, helping twice as many girls see!
 

3. GIVE SIGHT EVERY MONTH

Join ForSight to donate monthly and give the power of sight all year-round. For just $25/month, you can restore the sight of 6 adults or 2 children every year.

4. SHOP PRODUCTS WITH A PURPOSE

Calendars, t-shirts, and greeting cards are just a few of the beautiful products you can buy as a gift for a loved one (or yourself). By purchasing these items, you are helping to transform people’s lives by restoring sight and preventing blindness.
 
 
 

 

Sight Stories and News

  • Opening Up the World Around Him

    At the eye camp, an ophthalmologist diagnosed Rorng with cataracts. His grandmother was delighted to discover that his blindness could be cured through surgery. When asked what he hoped for most, Rorng’s answer was simple: “I want to go to school like my friends.”

    Sight stories | October 3rd, 2019
  • How Will You Use Your Power?

    The team at Seva Canada is committed to using our power to educate, influence and engage women and men about the importance of eye care for all. We will continue to advocate with government and policymakers in Canada and in our partner countries and we will work to educate funders and donors about the need for gender-sensitive strategies to reach those most in need of eye care.

    Blog | September 11th, 2019