Kids can’t learn well if they can’t see well.
Join the growing community of optometrists giving children their best sight.
The See to Learn Foundation exists to make sure the littlest of us are ready to learn with healthy vision.
We believe in addressing eye health challenges early because poor eyesight is a significant barrier to effective childhood education. Through our innovative programs and a community of compassionate professionals, we’re helping give kids the best possible start for life and learning.
When you support the See To Learn Foundation, you support eye exams and early vision intervention for children. With vision care, they’ll be ready to learn and you’ll know you’re equipping the newest generation for success.
The See to Learn Foundation makes a difference in the lives of children through grants for eye examinations, eyewear, vision therapy and other services for students whose families couldn't otherwise afford this care. We also partner with the Kansas Optometric Association to host the annual Children's Vision and Learning Conference.
The Foundation needs your help to build on these successes. We’d love to help you establish an annual contribution or other donation. Use the simple form below or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your online financial contributions to the See to Learn Foundation are secure and easy.
We’re grateful for your support!
Dr. J. David Crum Vision Grant
Dr. Crum is a retired optometrist from Augusta, Kan., who also worked as a state legislator representing the 77th House District. Upon his retirement from the Kansas House, Dr. Crum donated the remainder of his campaign funds to the See to Learn Foundation.
The Crum Grant works with Augusta, Douglass, and Rose Hill school to identify and treat at-risk students with vision problems.
If you have questions or need additional information, please contact the See To Learn Foundation at 785-232-0225 or email email@example.com.
NOVEMBER 7, 2019
DOUBLETREE BY HILTON
2098 SOUTH AIRPORT RD, WICHITA, KS
This conference is designed as an opportunity to learn about the relationship between vision and learning. It also provides an opportunity for dialogue to explore ways to collaborate and make sure that vision conditions don’t hinder children’s ability to learn.