1 in 10 Kiwi kids have issues with their eyesight — we are on a mission to identify them
One in 10 children have issues with their eyesight but sadly many go undiagnosed, leading to problems with education and confidence.
The Foureyes Foundation is on a mission to identify these school-age Kiwi children and supply them with glasses — at little or no cost to them or their parents.
How it works:
We go into NZ schools and do vision screening on all children
We offer a further eye test to those who need it at our clinics
We then supply free glasses to children who need them
Our stats so far:
clinics operating around New Zealand
Kiwi kids have been screened
schools have had a visit from us
pairs of free glasses given to Kiwi kids
A Massive Thanks To:
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