|1||SPONSOR ONE EYE SURGERY|
If you want to lighten up the life of a person blind from cataract, support a free cataract surgery.
|2||ONE CATARACT SURGERY EVERY MONTH FOR A YEAR|
If you want to eliminate preventable blindness form cataract, join our endeavour and get one eye operated every month.
|@ 2000 per month|
|3||SPONSOR ONE COMPREHENSIVE EYE CAMP|
We endeavor to give all underprivileged patients a comprehensive eye examination through our eye camps. Join us to help us in our endeavor. Cost is inclusive of publicity charges, venue rentals, food, transport and other expenses
|4||ONE SCHOOL EYE CAMP|
Uncorrected refractive errors are the main cause of vision impairment in children and their prevalence is increasing dramatically among children. Sponsor a comprehensive eye screening for the children, ensuring academic success in school.
|5||AN EYE CAMP AND SURGERIES FROM THAT CAMP|
Despite the magnitude of the problem of avoidable blindness, only a very small percentage of the people needing cataract surgery or other treatment actually seek it because of financial and logistical barriers, lack of awareness or low doctor/patient ratio. Help us reach and operate these unprivileged people.
|6||ONE GLAUCOMA SURGERY|
A glaucoma surgery can cost anything up to Rs. 50,000. Even a small contribution from you can make a big difference & help patients battling with ailment who lack awareness.
|7||LASER THERAPY FOR DIABETIC RETINOPATHY|
Contribute for one Laser therapy session for diabetic retinopathy for the underprivileged.
|8||SETTING UP A FIRST REFERRAL OPHTHALMIC (FRO) UNIT|
The main objective of FRO unit is to provide basic eye care services on a permanent basis in villages. Permanent eye care facilities in rural areas motivate people to seek earlier treatment for vision problems thus preventing them from becoming visually impaired. Donate to set up a FRO centre for people to proactively seek eye care before it is too late.
|9||Sponsor Hospital Research, Equipment etc||Talk to the Director|
|For payments by cheque/draft||EYESAVERS TRUST|
|For payments by cash, contact||DIRECTOR, EYE DOCTORS|
|For RTGS||STATE BANK OF INDIA|
ACCOUNT NUMBER-………………………., IFS Code- SBIN000……..
Those who are willing to Support/ Organize / Sponsor free (Cataract / Eye Screening) Camp can contact our Director. The contact number is +91-8876518735
Through a certificate from the Hospital for your services
Name will be listed in the Foundation’s Annual Report
Name will be entered in the list of donors in the waiting area
You will have an access to Eyesavers lounge and avail early check-up facilities
Despite all the contributions made to social causes, there is a huge gap between the amount donated by philanthropists and money required by the needy. For this very reason, Government has given tax benefits on donations. Thus, the amount donated towards charity is allowed as deduction under section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
Contribution is voluntary and there is no compulsion for it. Even if you register under the program, you can still be an Eye Saver.
DON’T LET THE FOLLOWING THINGS HOLD YOU FROM BEING A PART OF THIS GREAT INITIATIVE
THE PROBLEM IS SO BIG…MY SMALL CONTRIBUTION WONT HELP OUT
This is the first thing which comes to the mind. But we all know every drop in the ocean counts…every individual effort will add up to reap the final result…just think of people who will lead a lightened life with only a small percentage of our income.
EVEN IF I CONTRIBUTE, IT WON’T REACH THE DESERVING PERSON
We all know that the aid money sometimes does not reach the right hands or the deserving person. The right approach to this is contributing in a way that it can’t be misused. After you give it to the Trust, your contribution will be properly accounted for and directed to the concerned with no interventions. We just guide you about how to achieve the noble cause.
SO MANY PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY CONTRIBUTED…PROBLEM STILL REMAINS
Global avoidable eye blindness is a massive problem, and aid has not made it disappear. To help fight the eye diseases, there is a need for creating awareness, early diagnosis and treatment. Despite the hindrances in the developing world, a lot has been achieved in the prevention and management of avoidable blindness with an increase in both the quantity and quality of cataract surgery. If after spending relatively little, we have achieved so much in terms of eye care, imagine what we all work towards the common goal to eradicate blindness