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Vision to Learn

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National Director: Damian Carroll


Vision To Learn was founded to make sure every child has the glasses he or she needs to succeed in school and in life. Its mobile clinics solve the problem by bringing eye exams and glasses, free of charge, to children at schools in low-income communities.

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When we sat down with the folks from Vision To Learn… we were just blown away at how many children didn’t have access to glasses, and how the opportunity to have an eye exam, the follow-up from an eye exam, and the opportunity to get glasses would increase their opportunity to learn.
Michelle Figlar
Vice President,
Heinz Endowments

No Kid Without the Glasses They Need

Vision To Learn is looking for the support it needs to give free eyeglasses to every needy kid in America. That means it won’t stop until the two million kids who need glasses, have glasses.

“Our goal is to scale this so that no kid goes without the glasses they need to succeed in school,” says Ann Hollister, Vision To Learn’s president. “We want to go wherever there is a need not being met.”

Key Supporters

Beutner Family Foundation
Blue Meridian Partners
The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
W. M. Keck Foundation
L.A. Clippers Foundation
Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation
OneSight EssilorLuxottica Foundation
Rotary District 5280
Shea Family Charities
Warby Parker