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Aid Organisations & Groups - Adelaide, SA 5000

Trusted Aid Organisations and Groups in Adelaide

ABN: 62 137 081 193

Hutt Street, Adelaide, SA 5000

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Sight for All all is an Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups which have one focus and that is to deliver sustainable sight-saving solutions in partnering communities. This comes with an enormous sense of responsibility to not only provide the best possible outcomes for Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups projects but importantly to raise money by growing our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups brand awareness and networking opportunities. Fifteen years ago three South Australian ophthalmologists Drs. James Muecke, Henry Newland and Bob Casson, whilst volunteering on sight–saving projects in Asia, our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups saw a gap in the provision of eye health services in our neighbouring developing countries.

Not-for-Profit Aid Organisations and Group in Adelaide


Our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups mission is to reduce the magnitude and impact of avoidable blindness in the developing world and Australian communities through research, education, health promotion and the support of infrastructure. Our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups experienced team of consultants from the South Australian Institute of Ophthalmology can conduct a variety of collaborative epidemiological research activities with our partner countries. Please click on the Publications tab below to view abstracts of our publications. Our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups consultants conduct in-country workshops aimed at updating ophthalmologists in sub-specialty topics through intensive interactive clinical sessions and hands-on surgical training.

Sight For All invites you to join Vision 1000. Vision 1000 involves 1000 individuals, private trusts and organisations investing a minimum of $1,000 every year. The aim is to fund sight-saving programs in our partner countries, as well as ensuring the viability of Sight For All into the future.

Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups
Sight for All
0 8222 4939 Adelaide

World Organization | Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups

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World Organisation, Australian, Local

Type

Humanitarian Aid, Relief, Disaster, Charity, Financial Aid, Family, Minorities, Health

Funding

Donations

Structure

Non-Government


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Q & A

  • Does your Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups has a newsletter for me to keep updated with your advocacy?

    Yes, our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups has a newsletter that keeps our supporters up to date with information about our local and in-country activities, events, campaigns and governance information via a bi-monthly newsletter.

  • Do you have special events that a supporter can join to?

    Events play a major role in supporting our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Group's activities, both from a fundraising and awareness raising perspective. Sight For All events is coordinated by a voluntary Events Committee who donate countless hours to ensure the events are a huge success.

  • How to contact and make a doncation?

    You can contact Sight for All at 0 8222 4939 or visit our website http://sightforall.org/ for more information about our Adelaide Aid Organisations and Groups advocacy. We look forward to hearing from you.

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