This post is about “Vision To Share” which was created by VSP Vision Care, with a mission to help people see. They created “Vision to Share” to change the life of a veteran through America’s VetDogs.
There are 21.2 million U.S. Veterans, 1.5 million of them has a vision-threatening eye disease. Many have low vision and 160,000 are legally blind. They can also be at risk of an eye injury during their time in combat.
During this campaign, VSP will donate $50,000 to train and match a guide dog with a veteran whose vision is impaired.
- How it works:
- All you need to do is share!
- Visit SeeMuchMore.com and click on “Vision to Share.”
- Every time you share the video, VSP will donate to the care and training of a guide dog – up to $50,000!
- America’s VetDogs provides highly trained guide dogs to help veterans lead active, independent lives. It costs $50,000 to raise and train each dog, given to the veteran at no cost.
- Puppies are trained from birth for two years.
- America’s VetDogs matches each dog’s skills and personality to the disabled veterans’ needs.
- Dogs typically work with the veteran until they are 10 years old.
- Retired dogs are adopted.
You can see more at the hashtag #SeeMuchMore
Last Updated on June 3, 2016 by Julie Provost