Volunteer and Educational Opportunities
Maybe it’s a child who can read after losing his eyesight in an accident or a grandmother who can see her grandchild clearly for the first time – our spectrum of ocular services changes lives. Our work would not be possible, however, without the support of our dedicated and passionate volunteers and advocates. Together, we change lives by saving sight!
Donor Families & Recipients
The gift of sight has a tremendous effect on the lives of the donor family as well as the recipient of the donated tissue. Saving Sight offers several opportunities and resources for donor families and recipients, including anonymous correspondence.
Learn About Donation
When someone loses his or her eyesight to a corneal disease or eye injury, a donor’s gift can rescue that person from a lifetime of blindness. By pledging to become an eye donor upon your death, you are a hero to the thousands people who will need a cornea transplant this year.
Share Your Story With Us
Has your life been changed by donation or transplantation? Saving Sight would love to hear from you and learn more about your story. Your testimonial is powerful one in helping to encourage others to consider joining the organ and tissue donor registry.
Saving Sight honors creative expression and is happy to feature our recipient and donor family art contributions on our Featured Artist page. Click here to view their artwork and read their stories to learn why their art form is meaningful to them. If you have a connection to Saving Sight and eye donation and would like to submit your pieces to be featured on our artist page, please contact us here. We are happy to view creative works of art through painting, drawing, photography, poems, music, sculpture, pottery, dance and more.
Make a Gift to Save Sight
Join us in the fight to save sight for others. Your generous gift to Saving Sight helps us provide the gift of sight to those waiting for a transplant. Give a one-time financial gift or join our monthly giving program to save others from the heartbreak of vision loss.