Thanking Katie
Donor mom and recipient connect through the gift of sight

We restore sight and prevent blindness through the
healing power of donation, transplantation and research.

Our mission in action

Our mission in action

What would life be like if you couldn’t see? Imagine not being able to work, see the faces of your loved ones or appreciate a bright, sunny day. For millions of people around the world, this reality impacts every part of their lives. But there is hope. Eversight is dedicated to restoring sight and preventing blindness, and we need your help to make vision a reality for those in need.

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‘One extraordinary volunteer’
Marilyn Bartucci was not ready for cold lemonade on the beach, spending her days on the... read more
Eversight names David Bosch as new President
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — David Bosch, an Illinois native and 22-year veteran in eye, organ... read more
Seeing is believing
They came to the United States for training and left with the knowledge to transform... read more
‘My own personal heroes’
One of Barbara Van Dorn’s two cornea transplants has a small, barely noticeable... read more
A gift that keeps giving
Julie May thought no one would want her eyes. She was born with congenital... read more
Impacting sight around the world
Something keeps pulling Dr. Richard Gieser and Dr. John Garrett back. Dr. Gieser has... read more
Dr. Richard Gieser has gone on mission trips in 19 countries outside the U.S., traveling to Sudan 14 times to deliver critical medical care. Full Story
Changing the future of research
CLEVELAND — Eversight has launched the Eversight Vision Research Registry &... read more
The key to unlocking cures for vision loss lies in a simple decision—to become an eye donor for research. Full Story
Thanking Katie
Nov. 7, 2016, was a day September Vaudrey anticipated for more than eight years. She was... read more
This love for others had inspired her to join the donor registry several years earlier. Katie’s decision allowed her to touch the lives of eight people through eye, organ and tissue donation, including two cornea recipients in Illinois. Full Story