Our mobile eye care unit provides screenings for anyone who wants it, regardless of income, insurance, or religious beliefs. This screening can detect poor visual acuity and eye diseases. Then our incredible volunteers often offer prayer, Bibles, and encouragement. We all need the love of our community.
We serve globally. Our organization travels to El Salvador, Kenya, and the Dominican Republic to provide the eye care desperately needed by these communities.
We are blessed to have an incredible community of 50 doctors volunteering to see patients in their offices during their regular schedules. They typically see between 1 – 15 indigent patients a month pro bono. Then Servants for Sight covers the out-of-pocket cost for glasses, treatments, surgery centers, and anesthesiologists.
Volunteer practitioners are our biggest need.
Servants for Sight connects our neighbors from under resourced communities to volunteer optometrist and ophthalmologist to offer free or low cost eye care.
We want access to quality eye care to be available to everyone in the Upstate and our connected international communities. We believe the best way to do this is through compassionate care and the communication of our hope and love through Christ.
If you’re a physician, we can send patients to your office on your schedule. If you are not a physician, we would love your help with free vision screenings.
If you do not have insurance, are living within 200% of the federal poverty level, and need eye care, we may be able to help.
Servants for Sight only uses donor funds to fight vision impairment for those living without insurance and without financial resources. When you donate you are the reason someone can go back to work, drive, and regain their independence.
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