Give the gift of sight!

Imagine if you were one of the thousands of adults in Georgia who could not drive themselves to work, or help their child with their homework, or read the labels on your prescription medication simply because you could not see. Where would you turn for help? Annually, Prevent Blindness Georgia vision screens over 5,000 adults at 200%

2019 Jenny Pomeroy Award Call for Nominations

Recipient to be honored at Eighth Annual Focus on Eye Health National Summit in Washington, D.C. Prevent Blindness is issuing a call for nominations for the 2019 Jenny Pomeroy Award for Excellence in Vision and Public Health. The Award recognizes an individual, team, or organization that has made an outstanding contribution to the field of public

Prevent Blindness Georgia Sets Its Sights on Hidden Gems Across the United States

Prevent Blindness Georgia launches initiative to Educate Consumers about the Importance of Healthy Vision and Remind them of the Wonderful Gift of Sight Atlanta, GA (Oct. 25, 2018) — Prevent Blindness Georgia and Prevent Blindness today announced its new, bold campaign—See America’s Hidden Gems. Through this initiative, the organization sets out to celebrate life’s little

PBGA Awarded $50,000 Healthcare Georgia Foundation Grant

Prevent Blindness Georgia Awarded $50,000 Healthcare Georgia Foundation Grant Leading eye health and safety non-profit organization receives funds to support free vision exams and sight-saving programs ATLANTA (March 9, 2015)—In recognition of the most influential organizations and programs benefitting the health of Georgians in 2014, Healthcare Georgia Foundation awarded 21 fourth quarter grants to leading

Summit Educates Georgians on Aging Eye Disease

ATLANTA (May 28, 2014) – Over 100 guests attended the Georgia Vision Collaborative’s 2nd Annual Focus on Eye Health: An Aging Eye Summit on May 21, 2014. Attendees learned about the risk factors for aging eye diseases such as glaucoma, treatment options for these diseases, and resources available to help. Presenters stressed the overall message

Tea to See Raises Funds for Prevent Blindness Georgia

ATLANTA (March 5, 2014)- On February 23, 2014, Prevent Blindness Georgia hosted its 3rd annual Tea to See. With 165 guests in attendance, including our donors and many new friends, we enjoyed a beautiful spring day sipping mimosas, drinking tea and enjoying sandwiches and sweets. Many of the ladies ushered in the spirit of spring in