Non-profit organizations we endorse that combat vision loss by ending avoidable blindness and advancing modern medicine




Seva was founded by Dr. Larry Brilliant in 1978 in collaboration with Dr. G. Venkataswamy, their vision was to make cataract surgery accessible to the impoverished. Seva works to create a world free of avoidable blindness by facilitating programs that preserve and restore sight. They sustainably serve those in need by building trust with local community leaders and by promoting self-reliance. Since their launch, Seva has helped restore the vision of nearly 4 million individuals worldwide.

Seva is a non-profit charitable organization. Donations are tax deductible and proceeds go to improving hospital infrastructure, and financing medical treatment and health services.



Help Is on the Way Ministries

Help Is on the Way Ministries was founded 2003 by Charles Narh to aid those in need by providing eye care, vocational training and scholarships, and village improvements to developing areas of the world. HISOTWM has served thousands of patients and performed hundreds of surgeries. They also provide potable water to villages in need, as well as financial assistance to single mothers.

Help is on the Way Ministries is a non-profit charitable organization. Donations are tax deductible, and proceeds go towards the health, infrastructural, and spiritual support this organization provides to the developing world.



That Man May see

Your gift to That Man May See inspires hope that one day all may see.

That Man May See anchors large-scale discovery programs and seed-funds novel approaches to combat blindness worldwide, including glaucoma, trachoma, and corneal ulcers. Your support advances patient care, research, and education led by vision scientists in the Department of Ophthalmology and the Francis I. Proctor Foundation at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF).

Two distinguished UCSF physician researchers, Drs. Michael J. Hogan and Sam Kimura, founded That Man May See in 1972. As a highly frugal charity, your private dollars are tax deductible and change paradigms for the most common and most challenging threats to sight.