Prevent Blindness Joins 2023 World Sight Day Global Initiative to “Love Your Eyes at Work,” Calling on Employers, Insurers, and Policy Makers to Consider How They Can Contribute to Improved Access to Vision and Eye Health Care

Prevent Blindness to Kick Off World Sight Day Activities with a Reception on Capitol Hill, and Hold Series of Vision Screening and Eye Health Education Events with Prevent Blindness Affiliates Across the Country to Promote the Theme, “Love Your Eyes at Work” Prevent Blindness is once again joining the International Agency for the Prevention of

Award-Winning Actress, Dancer and Director Debbie Allen Joins Prevent Blindness and Regeneron to Launch the Gr8 Eye Movement and Raise Awareness of Serious Retinal Diseases

New survey shows that 95% of adults at risk for certain retinal diseases know a little or nothing about them Allen hopes her story will help raise awareness and encourage those at risk to regularly prioritize their eye health Award-winning actress, dancer and director Debbie Allen joins Prevent Blindness and Regeneron today to launch the

New Data from Prevent Blindness Shows More than 32,000 Sports-related Eye Injuries were Treated Last Year, an almost 20 Percent Increase Over the Previous Year

Prevent Blindness Declares September as Sports Eye Safety Month to Educate Public on the Risk of Significant Eye Injuries and the Need for the Proper Sports Eye Protection New annual data from Prevent Blindness, the nation’s leading eye health nonprofit organization, shows that there were more than 32,000 sports-related eye injuries treated in the United

Prevent Blindness urges enhanced role for vision and eye health in first major opportunity to change Older Americans Act program regulations since 1988

The Administration for Community Living, which administers programs under the Older Americans Act (OAA) recently issued a proposed rule to update several aspects of the OAA. This is the first time that the program would see significant changes since 1988. The proposals were based in part on several aspects of a stakeholder request for information issued in 2022, to

National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health at Prevent Blindness Names Danielle Crull, ABOM, owner of A Child’s Eyes, and The Truffles the Kitty Organization, as Recipient of the 9th Annual Bonnie Strickland Champion for Children’s Vision Award

The National Center for Children’s Vision and Eye Health at Prevent Blindness (NCCVEH) has announced the recipient of the ninth annual “Bonnie Strickland Champion for Children’s Vision Award” as optician Danielle Crull, ABOM, author, business owner of A Child’s Eyes, organizer of The Pumpkin Patch Project, and founder of the Truffles the Kitty Organization (TKO).

Prevent Blindness Launches New “Eyes on Capitol Hill” Online Advocacy Resource Designed to Empower Individuals to Be a Voice for Vision

New Website from National Non-profit Prevent Blindness Provides User-friendly resources to Educate, Empower, and Engage Public in Vision and Eye Health Advocacy Efforts Prevent Blindness, the nation’s leading volunteer eye health organization, announced the launch of its new Eyes on Capitol Hill advocacy resource: The new website and legislative action center will educate and

Prevent Blindness Declares August as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month to Help Educate Families on the Importance of Healthy Vision and Early Access to Eyecare

Prevent Blindness Offers New Episode of its Focus on Eye Health Expert Series, Collaborative Episode of the “Seeing Eye to Eye” Series, Resources for Families and Children for the Upcoming Solar Eclipses, and More Prevent Blindness has declared August as Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month in an effort to educate parents and caregivers