Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of VSP Eye Care. All opinions are my own.
As a person who has wore glasses since I was in the 2nd grade and can clearly remember the day her vision started to go blurry , I know what being able to see means to one’s life and wellbeing.
This is why I wanted to share about the mission of VSP Eye Care. They are on a mission to improve the lives of vets who have suffered from combat eye injuries through the use of guide dogs aka “America’s VetDogs”. The effects of combat can increase the risks of eye injury over time and over 160,000 vets suffer from legal blindness.
I love missions to helps America’s veterans and readers of the Army Wife 101 blog can help the cause. VSP Eye Care is donating $50,000 which goes towards helping to train see and eye dogs as well as pairing them up with a veteran. These amazing animals are trained from birth until they are 2 years old and can work up to 10 years after which they retired and adopted.
How You Can Help
All you need to do is share!
*Visit SeeMuchMore.com and click on “Vision to Share.”
*Every time you share the video, VSP will donate $5 to the care and training of a guide dog – up to $50,000!
VSP Eye Care is giving (1) lucky Army Wife 101 reader a chance to win a pair of designer sunglasses valued at $250-$400.
Simply leave a comment below letting me know that you support America’s Veterans. One winner will be chosen October 16, 2014. Must be 18+ years of age or older.
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