• The Element of Soul in Seva Canada's Motown Meltdown

    Seva Canada’s annual Motown Meltdown was held on April 27, 2019 in Vancouver. Motown Meltdown spans sixteen years of singing and dancing. It brings together the contributions of sponsors, and offerings of time and talent from performers and volunteers, attesting to the power of local community in gathering for a global cause: the prevention of treatable forms of blindness and the restoration of sight in developing countries.

    Blog | September 6th, 2019
  • Turning Darkness to Light

    Imagine a world of darkness; a world that you can hear, touch, smell and even taste, but can’t see. That is the reality for 36 million people worldwide. Written by guest blogger Amy Beeman. Amy is the producer for the Virgin Radio 94.5 morning show and a Vancouver Mom Top 30 Blogger.

    Blog | August 26th, 2019
  • 7 Silent Signs You Might Have Cataracts

    Cataracts are the leading cause of treatable blindness worldwide. How do you know if you have them? Good question, read our blog to find out.

    Blog | August 22nd, 2019
  • Glasses? Check! Ready for Kindergarten? Check!

    Milka was always bumping into things and her eyes didn't track properly when she was watching the chickens in the yard. Read her story and find out how you helped Milka and her worried mother.

    Sight stories | August 7th, 2019
  • India Eye Care Center Finds Middle Way To Capitalism

    The push for more efficiency forces down the average cost of a surgery for Aravind. But that doesn't mean quality is sacrificed. Aravind surgeons have just half the number of complications that the British health system has for the same procedure. That high quality allows Aravind to attract patients who are willing to pay market rates. Then it takes the large profit made on those surgeries to fund free and subsidized surgeries for poor people.

    Blog | July 23rd, 2019
  • Sun's Out, Sunglasses On!

    It is important to protect your eyes against damage from the sun. For most people, an inexpensive pair of sunglasses will do the job.

    Blog | July 12th, 2019