Laser eye surgery changed my life.
With your support I’d like to offer the same incredible experience to someone who needs it but can’t afford it.
Hi, I’m Jason. My eyes used to be pretty bad – I was nearsighted with a -5.75 prescription with astigmatism in my left eye. It was time to see clearly again.
In late 2015 I decided to take the leap and invest in laser eye surgery. I’m so glad I did. The surgery has changed my life drastically and I’d like to pass that same advantage onto someone who needs it.
How do you plan on doing this?
I was a massive eyeglasses collector – they became a big part of my identity. I had over 20 unique frames from around the world, each with their own personality and story.
I’ve already donated several frames to eyes in-need and am hoping now to sell the remainder with 100% of the proceeds going towards buying someone their renewed set of eyes. If I sell all 12 frames, this will cover half the cost of the surgery and I’ll make up the difference.
Who’s the surgeon?
I’ve chosen to partner with the same surgeon who did my eyes, Julian Stevens of Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. Julian has been at Moorfields since 1988 and was the hospital’s first Director of Refractive Surgery. Mr. Stevens is a highly skilled and specialist surgeon with more than 20 years of experience performing life-changing vision correction procedures.
Who gets the eye surgery?
A shortlist of individuals with similar circumstances will be referred to me through Moorfields Eye Hospital. From here I’ll review and look to turn someone’s vision around for life.
If you’d like to donate but don’t need a funky pair of specs, here’s your chance.
More money raised means more sets of renewed eyes. 100% of your donations will be put towards advancing eyesight for those who need it.