Sight for Students


  • Type: Foundations
  • Category: Not Stated
  • Source: VSP


  • Award Min: Not Stated
  • Award Max: Not Stated
  • Quantity: Not Stated


  • Deadline: Nov 30, -0001
  • Funding Available: Not Stated
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How to Qualify
There are five basic qualifications your child must meet in order to receive a Sight for Students gift certificate.

Family income is no more than 200% of federal poverty level (see chart below).

Child is not enrolled in Medicaid or other vision insurance.
Child is 18 years old or younger and has not graduated from high school.

Child or parent is a U.S. citizen or legal immigrant with a social security number.

Child has not used the Sight for Students program during the past 12 months.

See website for chart.

Sight For Students Is A VSP Charity That Provides Free Vision Exams And Glasses To Low-income, Uninsured Children. The Program Operates Nationally Through A Network Of Community Partners Who Identify Children In Need And VSP Network Doctors Who Provide The Eyecare Services.

More Than 50,000 Children Each Year Receive A Free Comprehensive Exam And Corrective Lenses If Needed Through Sight For Students. These Are Children Who Would Otherwise Not Receive The Eyecare And Eyewear They Need To Do Their Best Work In School And Perform Their Best At Play.

VSP Founded Sight For Students In 1997 And Was One Of The Original Commitment-makers To America's Promise, Which Strives To Bring Together Organizations Dedicated To Helping Our Nation's Youth.

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How to Get Help
Parents and guardians interested in seeking assistance through the Sight for Students program must work through VSP's established network of community partners. VSP does not issue gift certificates directly to the public.

Please review the qualification guidelines, and then use the Web site to find a partner in your area.

Our partners are only obligated to provide gift certificates to children who are normally part of their programs. However, they are allowed to help children outside of their programs at their discretion.

Although the network of Sight for Student partners is extensive, VSP cannot guarantee that children will have access to the program in every area of the country.