The Corporate Screening Sponsorship Program gives local corporations and their employees the opportunity to serve their communities through vision screening, ensuring local children have the healthy vision they need for success! The program supports free vision screenings at local schools that cannot manage a screening alone, while giving employee volunteers an engaging and meaningful day of hands-on service. Because of these partnerships, hundreds of children who would have been left out and left behind are now on the path to healthy vision! Please Contact Us today and learn how you can help bring the future into focus for children in your community!
1. Prevent Blindness Wisconsin staff will work with your company to determine which date, time, school location, and sponsorship level will best fit your needs.
2. The day before the vision screening, Prevent Blindness Wisconsin staff will provide a one hour training for your employee volunteers. At this training, your employee volunteers will receive instruction on how to vision screen and will have hands-on practice time with screening charts to ensure they are confident and comfortable with the screening process.
3. On the day of the screening, your staff will perform vision screenings at a Milwaukee-area school. Prevent Blindness Wisconsin staff will handle all of the logistics and will be on site to help and support your employee volunteers, making sure screening goes smoothly. All you need to do is show up, screen, and have fun!
“I loved working with Prevent Blindness Wisconsin during the screening. I would definitely sign up to help with something like this again next year. The time flew by and I had a blast!”
“My favorite part of the vision screening was interacting with the young children—helping them feel comfortable and knowing that without us, they may not receive a vision screening.”
If you are interested in learning more about our corporate volunteering program, please contact Hannah Offermann, Development Coordinator, at [email protected] or (414) 765-0505 ext. 106.