What’s MOM upside down?

Cambodian mother and baby at a Seva sponsored eye screening.

The word MOM upside down is WOW. And that’s exactly how we feel. 

She cradled us in her arms and carried us on her back. Held our hands, so we wouldn’t fall. Built bridges so we could cross. Ran so we could walk. A superhero and one of our favorite sights to see. Moms run the world – and we celebrate them!

Happy Mother’s Day to the moms, sisters, grandmothers, and caretakers who light up our lives with love and joy!

p.s. You’ve created access to vital eye care women around the world – individuals who are now leading their lives fiercely and fearlessly. On behalf of them, thank you! If you’d like to help more moms regain their vision back this Mother’s Day, please donate here.

When you give Gifts of Sight, someone in need receives vital eye care services in the honor of your loved one. You can also send a last minute e-card or gift card to someone special today. Your gift transforms lives!

Seva Programs Soar Past their Goals

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Photo: Our partner – Quasem Foundation opened this VC on September 19th 2020. Patients getting screened at Seva-supported Domar Vision Center in Bangladesh.

Even in a year as challenging as 2020, Seva’s programs soared. Between June and December of last year, we supported six new vision centers. Now we’re on track to fund a total of 30 by June 30, 2021 (beating our goal of 13)! Our largest number of these new vision centers are in India; others are located in Nepal, Cambodia, Guatemala, Mexico, and Peru. This year also marks our first vision centers in Latin America!

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