SPOTLIGHT ON STEM CELLS

Read about recent promising developments in two different clinical trials testing how stem cells can be used to fight blindness

Finish What We Started

FINISH WHAT WE STARTED

Help us Finish What We Started to ensure that all research the Foundation has committed to supporting in 2014 receives its funding - donate today!

Harnessing the Power of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Foundation-funded study suggests that patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) should be taking omega-3 supplements.

WHY DO PHOTORECEPTORS DIE?

Read more about Dr. Michel Cayouette's incredible discovery that may hold the key to photoreceptor protection.



Got pennies? We want 'em!

Starting March 11, the Foundation Fighting Blindness will be collecting 

1 MILLION PENNIES for 100 DAYS to support sight-saving research!

 

All proceeds from our Penny Drive will support the Foundation Fighting Blindness, Canada’s largest charity for sight-saving research. Funds raised will help Canadian scientists find treatments and cures for blinding eye diseases.

 

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals and groups who want to make a difference and bring hope to people with vision loss. It’s a simple, fun and easy way to get involved and support a great cause. Anyone can participate! You can collect donations at your school, office, home, gym, sporting centre, place of worship or even on your street. Make it a great event for the entire community. After you sign up, you’ll receive a welcome package with tools to assist you!

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