MAKE
BLINDNESS HISTORY
by 2020
a mission to eradicate blindness by 2020, now that technology exists that lets the blind see
Help The Legally Blind See, Right Now
Introducing OUR
global goal:  end vision loss by 2020
More than 250 million people lack the gift of sight. But thanks to a breakthrough technology called eSight, the legally blind can actually see.

Most individuals cannot afford this life-changing technology on their own. They need your help - a few dollars from your wallet or a few minutes of your time - to actually see again. Will you Make Blindness History?
give the gift of sight. and receive a gift too.

By purchasing one of the items below, you will be helping someone who is legally blind see again. That's because every dollar you give will go towards their eSight, revolutionary glasses that help the legally blind actually see. 

Every dollar you give will go towards a legally blind individual's campaign for eSight.

you can Make Blindness History in
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join over 81,000 who have joined our mission to make blindness history


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THERE ARE MANY WAYS
THAT YOU CAN MAKE BLINDNESS HISTORY
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When you HELP SOMEONE SEE, you change their world.
Prior to eSight, I had always been told there was no cure for my condition. Regular glasses did nothing for me. On December 5, 2016, my life forever changed. I tried on a pair of eSight, and I was able to actually see. One of the most breathtaking scenes ever took place the night when I was able to actually see the moon and what was inside of it! Thanks to eSight, I am able to watch television from my couch, view sporting events in person, and see the world as I never had before. I am beyond lucky and thrilled to be an eSight user! - Scott Reese
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eSight allows me now to see my friends and family, go bowling, go to church, do 5Ks runs and walks, and lots of other fun activities. eSight allows me to have a job that I love in radio. eSight is truly a game changer on an emotional level as well. For many years, I was depressed, angry and even sad that I couldn’t see. But thanks to eSight, that has all changed. - Benjamin Bruce Murray
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I’m an eSighter and I’m very proud to be part of the eSight family. I think eSight has changed my life dramatically in that it has given me so many different experiences, so many new opportunities as well. I can see print again, I love watching TV through the eSight glasses. I love people watching, and I know it’s a strange thing to say but when you haven’t done it for lots of years, you don’t realize what you can do. - Brian Casey
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I really can't say thank you enough. I can't even put into words the
excitement that is our life right now and we don't even have them yet.
Everyday I think of something else that Connor will be able to do and
do well - like cut his own fingernails, watch the dogs when they go
outside and find his friends in the crowded cafeteria. - Staci Wills
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I’ve been using eSight for a little over a month now and the changes it’s made in my life are simply incredible. I’m fully functional in my woodshop again! With my eSight glasses on, I’m able to use a tape measure and am now getting incredibly accurate readings, which I can then transfer onto the wood perfectly. This wasn’t possible before. I’ve been renovating my house over the winter and it’s been extremely stressful. But since I’ve gotten my eSight glasses, I’ve replaced all our floors and just finish changing the door trims! - Gary Foster
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Without eSight, I read with the help of reading glasses at a distance of about 2-3" from my face. Now with eSight, I can read at a normal 20/20 distance when reading a book, or see an item on a shelf with enough detail that I can read the label. The location of where I sit at an event is now more about what seats are available, how much they cost, or who I can sit with. eSight gives me that flexibility. I have been in several events where I was able to read small text in presentations when no one else around me could - in one case even the presenter - the 14x zoom is great! - Jeff Regan
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Meet INSPIRING Individuals
Who CAN SEE AGAIN WITH Your Help
Joel

Help Joel see the board at school.

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Mayan

Help Mayan return to working in media.

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David

Help David see his son clearly for the first time.

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Rajan

Help Rajan read books.

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Emma

Help Emma see her family's face

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Liliana

Help Liliana watch her son grow up.

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Allen

Help Allen watch movies with my family and friends.

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Cheryl

Help Cheryl see her son's faces.

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Nichole

Help Nichole watch her daughter perform in school plays.

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SEE INCREDIBLE STORIES OF PEOPLE
Making Blindness History
ESIGHT VISIONARIES
Jesse Johnson

Donated more than $200 to help the blind see

Jasper De Man

Gave $25 to help the blind see

Ross Pitrelli

Gifted a pair of eSight glasses to a college student

Joe Ingles

Gave a pair of eSight glasses to a young fan

Utah Jazz

Helped the blind see

Harlem Globetrotters

Helped the blind see

Calgary Flames

Helped the blind see

Inidanapolis Colts

Helped the blind see

Vestas

Bought eSight for an employee in need

H.C.S. Foundation

Helped the blind see in the state of Ohio

Visual Bucket List Foundation

Gave the full amount to help a young individual in the community see

United Healthcare Children's Organization

Gave the full amount to get someone eSight

Title Alliance Ltd.

Gave over $4,700 to help someone in their community get eSight

District of Ohio Lions Club

Contributed and have helped many people in the state of Ohio to see

Glandorf Lions Club

Gave $500 to help the blind see

Eyemed Vision Care

Contributed towards purchasing someone's eSight

Michigan Bureau of State Services for the Blind

Bought eSight for an individual in the state of Michigan

Missouri Council of the Blind

Provided financial grants towards people's eSight to help them see

Guilford HIgh School Touchdown Club

Raised and donated $100 to help the blind see

F.F Brewster Elementary School

Donated $350 to help the blind see

Jefferson Elementary School

Donated $500 to help the blind see

Sarah Johnson

Donated $25 to help the blind see

Miguel Rodriguez

Donated $7 to help the blind see

Ping Identity

Bought a pair of eSight for a young individual in the community

Mount Gideon Baptiste Church

Donated $1,600 to help the blind see

St. Paul's Methodist Church

Donated $500 to help the blind see

Covenant Church

Donated over $2,500 to help the blind see

Weston Beving

Donated $2,400 to help the blind see

Peterborough Homes

Bought eSight for a young individual in their community

Lori Sobin

Donated $50 to help the blind see

iGan Partners

Donated multiple pairs of eSight to help people see

Patrick Goodman

Donated $150 to help the blind see

Amy Brooks

Donated $100 to help the blind see

Ben Horn

Donated $100 to help the blind see

Metzenbaum Foundation

Donated $2,000 to help the blind see

Nadia Stone

Donated $140 to help the blind see

Putnam Euchre Club

Donated $66 to help the blind see

Mayra McCloud

Is passionately helping to move the cause forward

Ronda Del Boccio

Is creating a funding program to help the blind access eSight

Jeff Montgomery

Gave $100 to help the blind see

Trey Mondy

Gave $835 to help the blind see

Leslie Wojcik

Gave $50 to help the blind see

Kay Yates

Gave $20 to help the blind see

Bryan Thachik

Gave $100 to help the blind see

Michael Hester

Gave $100 to help the blind see

Stephen Kenney

Gave $25 to help the blind see

Ian Ragsdale

Gave $25 to help the blind see

Frances McDaniel

Gave $250 to help the blind see

Andrew Pecora

Gave $50 to help the blind see

John Hervey

Gave 3 hours of his time to help the blind see

Elizabeth Rushforth

Gave $3,000 to help the blind see

James Schaffer

Gave 6 hours of his time to help the blind see

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