The bandage is removed, a moment of surprise, then a radiant smile beams as the patient sees the faces of loved ones for the first time in years. A Gift of Sight is the miracle of vision restored.
“Seva has grown over the past three decades as a force for good. As an innovative technical advisor, funder, and friend, Seva is helping to develop some of the strongest eye care programs in the world.”
DR. LARRY BRILLIANT
Seva Foundation Founder; President, Skoll Global Threats Fund
Provide a 15-minute cataract surgery and give the gift of sight. Your meaningful gift will allow someone to see again!
You can help a woman living in a poor rural area get the eye care services she needs. From outreach and education to transportation arrangements, your gift ensures she avoids low vision and blindness.
Your gift trains one female health care worker in the techniques needed to prevent blindness and ensures that sustainable eye care is available for generations to come.
The right tools in trained hands enable thousands of people to have their vision tested and sight restored.
One child goes blind every minute. Provide a child with specialized pediatric surgery and follow-up care. An entire family benefits when a child regains their vision. Now able to attend school, a child's life is changed forever.
The people who need eye care most are often the last to hear about it. Sponsor eye health workers who reach out to the most vulnerable community members in need of sight saving services.
Improve ten people's lives with your gift. Support the screening and provision of eyeglasses to ten people in remote regions. Glasses help children to read and stay in school and elders to maintain their independence.
This gift provides training, tools and specialized equipment. Help a trained eye care team prevent blindness and restore sight in underserved communities.
Restore sight to as many as 30 blind people. In remote regions of Nepal, Tibet, Cambodia and Guatemala, your gift enables Seva to run a remote eye camp for one day.
Support a 10-day eye camp and provide over 1,000 eye examinations and 300 sight-restoring surgeries in remote communities where there is no other access to eye care.