Prevent Blindness Wisconsin is a not-for-profit volunteer organization founded in 1958. Our mission is to prevent blindness and preserve sight.
Today with a staff of twelve and thousands of volunteers, we have grown and expanded our sight-saving programs throughout the state.
Prevent Blindness Wisconsin provides free, direct sight-saving services throughout Wisconsin. In implementing these services, we prevent blindness by identifying early signs of vision disorders, facilitating early and effective treatment, and preventing eye injury. We are a non-profit organization and are supported entirely by voluntary contributions from individuals, corporations, family foundations, organizations, special events, and bequests. Our fiscal year is April 1st through March 31st.
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Prevent Blindness Wisconsin is supported through the generosity of our donors and friends. With support from corporations, foundations, and individuals, we pursue our mission to ensure that children are ‘vision ready’ for school success and that adults have healthy vision for a lifetime. The following are just a few of the generous benefactors who make healthy vision possible for so many.Learn More
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