Buy One, Give Vision
In giving the gift of sight, you’re not only helping someone to see again, you’re helping to build stronger communities.
We've partnered with Sightsavers to further pursue our mission of ending avoidable blindness and championing positive vision.
Your WALDO purchase will fund life-changing sight correcting procedures for those living with vision-related disabilities. WALDO expects to be able to donate £3,000,000 to Sightsavers by the end of 2025.
Daily Contact Lenses
By enrolling onto one of our contact lens subscription plans, with each year that you’re with us, you'll be providing a much-needed cataract surgery to an individual who would otherwise be at risk of blindness.
Cataracts occur when cloudy patches develop in the clear lens inside your eye, stopping light from reaching the back of the eye, and causing blurred or misty vision. If left untreated cataracts can cause total blindness.
Contact lens subscription plan
Building stronger communities
Your WALDO purchase will fund sight-saving products and treatments, which will directly help an individual to complete daily tasks and participate equally in their community, ensuring that no one is left behind.
By helping somebody in need, you’ll also be helping the immediate community surrounding this individual to thrive, because in many cases vision is critical to daily life.
By helping small groups of individuals, the localities that these individuals are a part of will become more supported and more efficient.
Across the globe
Our partnership with Sightsavers focuses on low and middle income countries in Africa and Asia.
Meet 5-year-old Langford Mwale, of Petauke, Eastern Zambia, whose cataract surgery, supported by Sightsavers, restored his vision and allowed him to enter school for the first time.
Meet Kalpana Das, pictured getting her eyes checked at a vision center on Sagar Isaland in Sunderbans. Sightsavers has provided over 1 billion treatments to prevent eye diseases, like River Blindness and Trachoma, which cause severe discomfort.
Meet Ariane Marie Sangare, who is pictured wearing her new glasses at school.