Your gift helps us to overcome the financial challenges brought on by COVID-19 and continue to provide the gift of sight to people in need.
Through your gift, you change lives!
Your donation to Eversight today means hope for thousands of men, women and children suffering from blindness.
We are working to help as many people as possible, as quickly as possible, especially individuals whose sight-restoring transplants were put on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are doing so while managing severe financial losses as a result of this year’s pandemic surgery restrictions.
With your help, we can continue to make an impact. Most importantly, we can ensure everyone in need receives the precious gift of sight, the gift of seeing into a loved one’s eyes or the dawn of a new day.
Whether it's $5, $50 or another amount that is meaningful to you: Your gift to Eversight today means we continue providing for all the individuals, families and communities who are counting on us.
- Give your one-time gift online or by check.
- Become a Sustainer for Sight to commit monthly support at any level.
We are glad to recognize honorary and memorial gifts in tribute to individuals you admire or remember. Simply include this information when you give using our secure online giving form.
You may be eligible for a tax deduction of up to $300, in addition to the standard deduction, under the 2020 CARES Act. Check with your tax advisor on how this applies to you.
Be sure to provide your employer’s name. Employer matching programs can double or triple your donation, and some companies match gifts for spouses, retirees and board members as well.
As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, Eversight relies on tax-deductible gifts to advance the work we are entrusted to do. We’re pleased to have earned a GuideStar 2019 Platinum Seal of Transparency for communicating and demonstrating the progress we make.
Beyond your one-time gift or monthly Sustainer for Sight pledge, you can make an impact in these important ways:
- Make a multi-year pledge.
- Donate appreciated stocks.
- Give through a donor-advised fund (DAF). Contact your financial institution or advisor to easily set this up.
- Make a planned gift such as documenting your bequest intention, or giving through retirement assets or life insurance, charitable gift annuity or remainder trust income, or other gift of interest to you.
- Make a tax and penalty-free contribution via a qualified distribution through your IRA, subject to IRS requirements.
Reach out to us
Our Philanthropy team can review details and options based on your interest. Contact us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org or (800) 247-7250, ext. 2616.