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Community Partners

Sight for Students gift certificates are distributed through the following community partners:

Boys and Girls Club of America
Boys & Girls Club of America - The Boys & Girls Clubs of America provide comprehensive, character building programs to some three million youth nationwide, with an emphasis on those from disadvantaged circumstances. Key programs emphasize character and leadership development, career enhancement, health and life skills, the arts, and sports, fitness and recreation.

Partner guidelines for Boys & Girls Club of America [PDF]

Tell us about students who were positively affected by the program using the attached The Boys & Girls Clubs of America "Success Story" form. We will share these stories with VSP's staff and doctors.


National Head Start Association
Head Start - The goal of Head Start is to promote the social competence of children by providing them with educational, health and nutritional services and preparing them to succeed in school. The program serves children between the ages of three and five from families that meet federal poverty guidelines.

Partner guidelines for Head Start [PDF]


Tell us about students who were positively affected by the program using the attached Head Start "Success Story" form. We will share these stories with VSP's staff and doctors.

NACHC
NACHC - The National Association of Community Health Centers is the leading membership organization representing the nation's network of front-line community health care centers. Founded in 1971, NACHC provides services and technical assistance to health centers in support of their mission to provide health care services to the poor and medically under served.

Partner guidelines for NACHC [PDF]

Tell us about students who were positively affected by the program using the attached National Association of Community Health Centers "Success Story" form. We will share these stories with VSP's staff and doctors.


National Association of School Nurses
National Association of School Nurses (NASN) - The National Association of School Nurses improves the health and educational success of children and youth by developing and providing leadership to advance school nursing practice.

Partner guidelines for NASN
[PDF]

Regional Partners:

Communities in Schools
Communities in Schools - The organization brings existing resources, services, parents and volunteers into schools to work with children. Communities in Schools' mission is to champion the connection of needed community resources with schools to help young people successfully learn, stay in school and prepare for life. The organization serves more than 500,000 children each year nationally through four national offices and 21 state offices.

Partner guidelines for Communities in Schools [PDF]

Tell us about students who were positively affected by the program using the attached Communities in Schools "Success Story" form. We will share these stories with VSP's staff and doctors.
Prevent Blindness America
Prevent Blindness America - Prevent Blindness America is the nation's leading volunteer eye health and safety organization dedicated to saving sight. With national offices and regional offices in 19 states, the organization serves millions of people each year through public and professional education, community and patient services programs and outreach.

Partner guidelines for Prevent Blindness America [PDF]

Tell us about students who were positively affected by the program using the attached Prevent Blindness Americas "Success Story" form. We will share these stories with VSP's staff and doctors.
National Council of La Raza
National Council of La Raza -This organization is dedicated to reducing poverty and discrimination and improving life opportunities for Hispanic Americans. The National Council of La Raza reaches more than two million people nationally each year through various community-based programs, especially those serving low income and disadvantaged Hispanics.

Partner guidelines for National Council of La Raza [PDF]

Tell us about students who were positively affected by the program using the attached National Council of La Raza "Success Story" form. We will share these stories with VSP's staff and doctors.

If you operate out of a local affiliate of one of our national partners you are welcome to apply to distribute Sight for Student gift certificates.

Due to the fact that Sight for Students is operating at above capacity, we are not accepting new community partners.

VSP does not distribute any gift certificates directly to individuals.