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No, we’re not currently accepting donations of used glasses or contacts. You may want to check with your local Goodwill, Salvation Army Thrift Store, or Lions Clubs chapter.
In recent years, there’s been a substantial decrease in requests for donations to support vision care outreach. It’s become more efficient and cost-effective to provide new glasses tailored to the exact prescription for individuals in need, even in remote locations. VSP Eyes of Hope has shifted our focus to support that need.
Visit the Get Help section for available programs.
Find a participating VSP Network doctor by calling 1-800-877-7195, or visit eyedoctor.vspeyesofhope.com to access our custom doctor search on vsp.com.
Call VSP Customer Service at 1-800-877-7195 for assistance.
Please contact the organization where you received the gift certificate to request a new one. (If you’re a partner organization, please visit Give Help to request additional gift certificates.) VSP Network doctors can’t accept an expired gift certificate, and we’re unable to extend the expiration date.
Visit the Give Help section for charitable partners to request VSP Eyes of Hope gift certificates.
VSP Sight for Students is now known as VSP Eyes of Hope. Visit the Give Help section for charitable partners to learn more.
Visit the Give Help section for charitable partners to request a VSP Eyes of Hope mobile clinic.
VSP Eyes of Hope donates new optical frames and suns to support eye doctors, schools of optometry, and other organizations who are providing charitable vision care. Visit the Give Help section for more information.
VSP Vision prioritizes initiatives that will address gaps in access to eye care and eyewear, and/or charitable organizations where our employees are engaged. We’re not currently accepting new applications for financial contributions from other organizations.
Please reach out to us using the form below and include the date(s) and location(s) of the volunteer opportunity.
VSP Eyes of Hope gift certificates are distributed by a national network of charitable organizations and school nurses who work directly with populations in need. While they’re not available for eye care practices to distribute, patients with a VSP Eyes of Hope gift certificate can select from providers on the VSP Choice Network, with the exception of Visionworks practices. (View the Choice Provider Reference Manual on VSPOnline for more information, including coverage and claims submission details.) You can also refer your patients in need to Get Help.
Visit the VSP Provider Hub to learn how to become a VSP network provider.
If you need additional information about our charitable programs, please complete the form below. Please do not include any personally identifiable information (e.g., birth date, social security number) in your message. By submitting this form, you consent that VSP Vision can use the information provided to address your question.
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