NOIR is Sold Out!

We are looking forwarding to a very special evening and unique dining experience with you, our supporters, at Grill 225.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are at Will Call.

We are grateful to our sponsors: The Post & Courier, Grill 225, The Bank of South Carolina, Carolina Eye Care, Brackish Bow Ties, Luxury Simplified, EventWorks, South State Bank and Colliers International for making this evening possible.

Questions, please call Deborah Ross 843-723-6915 ext.4

$100 maintains and feeds a guide dog companion for one month

$250 provides vision screening, glasses, if needed, and a referral for more serious eye conditions for 2 medically indigent adults

$5,000 makes it possible for us to purchase 2 Braille Readers

Thank you for my glasses. I can see so much better now.  Everything looks so much closer.  And I can see the smart board in all my classes!  I appreciate your kindness. ~ Sophia

Because of you, I'm going to get my life back!! To be able to see again and for the headaches to go away is the answer to prayer, and I have you to thank.  What a tremendous, wonderful gift you have granted to a total stranger! ~ Carol

Thank you all for helping us stay afloat in this face paced world of electronics and computers.  I am truly happy there is iPad with settings to fit our visual needs.  Thank you for helping us keep up and not be left behind because of our disability.  ~ Sharon

From one of our guide dog partners..."Please tell your donor that Ginnis and I thank them beyond measure and they are turning out to be our New Year's angel!" ~ Traci

Vision Problems Mistaken for ADHD

Discover Vision Therapy Blog by Greg Mischio July 16, 2014 With schools starting back today in the tricounty area today we thought we’d share this with you.  Did you know that vision problems are often mistaken for ADHD? Read about it here

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