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Shared Vision Award, Press Release - The Michigan Eye-Bank is pleased to announce that Grand Rapids ophthalmologist David D. Verdier, M.D., has received a Shared Vision Award. This award, created in 2009, recognizes individuals, groups and organizations that have shown extraordinary support of the Eye-Bank’s mission to restore sight through corneal transplantation, research and education. Read the entire press release here.


Join us for a complimentary evening of food, friendship and fun at the ballpark, honoring our volunteers and contributors who help make our mission possible! This event celebrates all you do for us, and the wonderful opportunities in the years to come.
UPDATE: We are currently at capacity, please consider joining us next year.


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A special thank you goes out to all those who attended or volunteered for the Michigan Eye-Bank Golf Classic this year. It was our greatest success ever! You can view the photos taken at the event over on Flickr.



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The Michigan Eye-Bank is a subsidiary of Midwest Eye-Banks, a charitable, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of sight. We recover, evaluate and distribute human eye tissue for transplantation.

As part of our mission, we support preliminary research into the causes and cures of blinding eye conditions. Through public and professional education programs, we encourage people to learn about eye, organ and tissue donation. We believe education is the key to making an informed decision about donation, and is also an important way for us to secure funding for the community services we provide.

We also provide humanitarian aid to those unable to afford transplantation procedures, both at home and abroad, by waiving our service fees when a charitable need exists.

The Michigan Eye-Bank is accredited by the Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA).

 

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