You Can Help EyeCare America® Preserve Sight

April 15, 2024 4:58 PM | Anonymous

Help the American Academy of Ophthalmology through its EyeCare America program make a difference in YOUR community by spreading the word or becoming a volunteer ophthalmologist.

Learn About EyeCare America
Since 1985, EyeCare America, through its network of volunteer ophthalmologists, has helped more than 2 million people access a no out-of-pocket cost medical eye exam and eye health resources. The underserved in your neighborhood—especially seniors and those at risk for glaucoma—could benefit from the sight-saving services we provide.

Access Free Resources
We offer information you can easily use to help raise awareness about eye health and how those that qualify can obtain a no out-of-pocket cost medical eye exam. Access these materials which include newsletter blurbs, social media posts, flyers/handouts, presentations, TV and radio spots in English and Spanish, and more today! With your assistance in sharing information about EyeCare America, we can reach more adults and help them receive sight-saving eye care.

Become a Volunteer
If you are a practicing ophthalmologist member looking for a more hands-on approach to helping, you can volunteer, right from your offices! On average, volunteers see from one to three patients per year.

To learn more, visit, email, or call 877-887-6327.

Thank you in advance for helping to protect sight and empower lives in YOUR community.

Christie Morse, MD
Chair, EyeCare America Steering Committee

Contact Us

Wisconsin Academy of Ophthalmology

563 Carter Court, Suite B
Kimberly, WI 54136
Ph: 920-560-5645 •

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