Eye care company MTHK has partnered with Sightsavers ahead of World Health Day to help improve access to eye health services in Africa and Asia.
MTHK is a brand that sells preservative-free, vegan eye drops, sprays and vitamins. It’s co-founded by some of the world’s leading eye surgeons and scientists. Every purchase will help Sightsavers in our mission to protect sight and fight for disability rights worldwide.
Amar Radia, co-founder of MTHK, said: “We’ve partnered with Sightsavers, an international charity dedicated to preventing avoidable blindness and advocating for the rights of people with disabilities. With every purchase, we fund eye tests and treatments for people living with vision-related disabilities worldwide. Our partnership allows us to provide sight-saving treatments to people in need through eye exams, operations, medicine and more.”
Staff from the IT services company will be cycling from Liverpool to Leeds to raise money to support our work to protect sight and fight for disability rights.
Staff at the IT services company will be raising money for Sightsavers’ eye health and disability rights work.
Students in Nigeria celebrated by taking part in a football match using sports equipment donated by one of Sightsavers’ corporate partners.
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