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IWCE and VISION Magazine Team Up to Raise $20,000 for SEE International


For immediate release

Contact: Grace McNamara

SEE International is a nonprofit volunteer organization that provides free sight-restoring surgeries and essential eye care to break the cycle of hardship caused by blindness and visual impairment, making patients, families and communities healthier and stronger. SEE envisions a world where preventable blindness no longer exists and where quality eye care is accessible to all.


We are very fortunate to have a donor who has pledged to match the amount raised by our efforts. That would mean if we raise $10,000, we could contribute $20,000 to SEE International’s efforts. It costs just $50 to restore most visual impairment, which means we could help 400 people gain the gift of sight!


“Being part of an industry where we make peoples’ homes visually beautiful spaces, we can’t imagine life without the gift of sight. That’s why we selected SEE International as our nonprofit effort for 2024,” according to Grace McNamara, publisher and IWCE show producer.


Join the effort to help us reach our $10,000 by contributing here:



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