A Vision For
A simple pair of glasses can make a world of difference to a child who cannot see.


Children rely on their parents, teachers, and community to be advocates for their vision care. It is estimated that nearly a quarter of parents do not pursue full vision exams for their children due to lack of financial resources.

Champions for Sight

We are investing in the community, schools, and parents so each person can be an advocate for children’s vision health. Through partnerships with schools and non-profits, more children receive access to vision care. By providing resources to teachers and parents, each one can better advocate for their students and children, making them a champion for good sight.

Earth Day Resources

April 22nd is Earth Day. Taking a break and going outside is good for your student’s vision so here are some activities to encourage getting outdoors to appreciate nature. Get the free resources today.

Super Reasons to Visit the Eye Doctor by Champions for Sight education kit includes lesson plans, classroom poster, family activities and imaginative play kit

NEW Kit: Super Reasons to Visit the Eye Doctor

This free download comes with lesson plans, imaginative play kit, take-home activities, the Super Sight Six poster. This is a super hero-themed healthy vision kit to help teachers and school nurses educate their students and parents about the importance of healthy vision and glasses.

What We Do

We provide direct vision services to kids in school through our Kids Vision for Life program, using mobile clinics to visit local schools and provide no-cost eye exams and glasses to students.

We select schools based on demonstrated need, using criteria such as high student poverty levels as indicated by student eligibility for free and reduced-price meal subsidies. By serving kids directly in schools, we overcome the barriers to access to care.

Our Impact

We work with eye doctors to provide vision exams and glasses to school children who could not otherwise afford vision care. The good news is that 80% of all vision impairments can be prevented or cured. A simple pair of glasses can make a world of difference to a child who cannot see. Due to our industry relationship with EssilorLuxottica, who donates the lenses and lab service, and our generous partners who donate frames, OneSight EssilorLuxottica Foundation is able to provide no-cost glasses to children in need.

A child not receiving annual screenings can lead to a child’s vision issues going undiagnosed and uncorrected, which ultimately affects the child’s ability to learn and succeed in life. Imagine a child missing a year of school and the impact it would have on their productivity.

To help you raise awareness within your school, staff and parents, we created free resources. These will help you increase awareness of the need and that there are solutions.

Are You A School Who Wants To Get Involved?

Help People Access Clear Sight

Together, we can help every child see the world clearly.
Your participation in valuable programs that bring awareness about the need for vision care for children and adults is valuable