EyeCare4Kids recommends children should visit an optometrist every 2-3 years to ensure their eyes are healthy. If you notice anything unusual about your child’s vision, schedule an appointment immediately.
A free vision clinic was held at Uintah Basin Healthcare on Friday, June 24, 2022.The vision clinic was made possible through a generous donation from the Marc and Deborah Bingham Foundation in partnership with EyeCare4Kids, Uintah Basin Healthcare, and TriCounty...
For more than 20 years, EyeCare4Kids has provided over 400,000 children and families with critically-needed eye care and glasses. Recently, we caught up with Arcelia Venegas (also affectionately known as patient #4). Check out her story!
EyeCare4Kids is grateful for being a recipient of The Engelstad Foundation’s generosity. Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, The Engelstad Foundation is one of the most supportive and engaged foundations in the region and focuses on creating solutions in medical research, improving day-to-day living for people with disabilities, and raising the possibilities for high-risk individuals.
Help us welcome Maggie Cline as executive director of Utah! The former Miss Utah for America (2020-21) has served in various leadership roles in the private and non-profit sectors during the past 10 years.
EyeCare4Kids has always had a vision for providing eyecare for children and families beyond Utah, and is now expanding its reach across Africa. Click here to learn more about EyeCare4Kids’ international expansion.
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