The first thing I do when I wake up in the morning is reach for my glasses. Why? Because without my glasses, the world is just a blur. I started wearing glasses when I was in middle school. I would often get, migraines and after going to several specialists, one of them concluded that I needed glasses and he was right. Looking back, I was fortunate enough to have parents that had the funds to procure the necessary facilities I needed.
Did you know 1 in 7 people don’t have access to vision care? Besides not being able to afford an exam or a pair of glasses, sometimes it’s about location, it’s as simple as not living anywhere near an eye doctor. All these roadblocks could lead to poor eyesight–in school, on the job, and it could hinder relationships. Which is where nonprofit organizations like OneSight comes in. Their mission is to provide access to vision care globally.
Give the Gift of Sight
By bringing together global experts ie. top quality eyeglasses, doctors, specialists, etc. OneSight is able to provide access to quality vision care and glasses to underserved communities worldwide. They’ve been in business for over a decade and they’ve helped 9 million people in 41 countries. With $10 anyone can help provide glasses to someone in need. To learn more about how you can help, check out OneSight website.
I can’t imagine life without my glasses. So hear me about when I say, I wouldn’t wish it on anyone. Anyway, if you’ve some change to spare, consider supporting OneSight – any way you can – give the gift of sight. Your efforts will go a long way in making someone else’s life easier.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/OneSight.