I work in the Corporate Communications division at VSP Global, with a focus on projects involving Eyes of Hope, which supports local communities around the globe through programs that bring eye care, eyewear, education and disaster relief to places where they’re needed most.
Whether it’s digging ditches for a new housing complex, raising funds for the first school of optometry in Nicaragua, or helping a special little girl and her family forget about their experiences managing her heart condition with a Make-A-Wish reveal, VSP Global employees pitch in wherever they’re needed to make a difference. As a community-based Read More »
For more than 60 years, VSP has been reimagining how eye care and eyewear are delivered. One of the best ways to interest kids in taking care of their eyes is through the love of sport. Last summer, VSP partnered with professional basketball player DeMarcus Cousins to provide free eye care and eyewear for youth Read More »
Although we start the year with strong intentions to become healthier, save money, and get organized, most often New Year’s resolutions are given up by January 17, nicknamed Ditch New Year’s Resolutions Day. To ensure you stick with yours, choose a manageable goal, set a plan to meet and track it, then share it with Read More »
Over the past 60 years, VSP has evolved and grown its reach in support of our mission to help people see. Looking forward, we are committed to continuing our focus of improving lives around the globe through vision. Join us as we take a moment to look back at best affiliate programs http://rxreviewz.com/category/affiliate-programs/ a few Read More »
Proper vision and healthy eyes are critical to a high quality of life. For those disadvantaged by income, distance or disaster–places like Chester, PA, a city with a 33% poverty level and adopted by VSP in 2010—eye care can give adults and kids the boost they need to compete in school, work and life. For Read More »
It’s no wonder Alistair preferred playing a video game alone to sports at recess. Video games are fun, and as it turns out, he is incredibly nearsighted. With a -6 prescription, life was blurry beyond a few feet, making it difficult to see the ball, the goal, the kids across the field—you get the idea. Read More »