Month 7 of our 10 Month Challenge: Helping Kids See a Bright Future

Articulon 10-year Anniversary Logo

Wow, we are already in our 7th month of our 10 year Anniversary Challenge. With the start of the traditional school year, August is about young visionaries seeing a bright future. In fact, it’s also Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month.

Child recieves an eye screening
What better way to give back to the community then to support a local program that has an immediate impact on Raleigh citizens with free eye exams in schools. Articulon’s donation to Prevent Blindness North Carolina will cover the cost of providing 10 vision screenings to 10 children at 10 different Triangle schools.



Visit 10 non-profits over 10 months on 10 unique holidays,
donating 10 gifts in 10 creative ways.
Prevent Blindness North Carolina is the only agency in North Carolina dedicated solely to saving sight.


Cindy & Joe Kimray, Development Coordinator with Prevent Blindness North Carolina

Cindy with Joe Kimray, Development Coordinator at PBNC
Organized in 1967, Prevent Blindness North Carolina (PBNC) has been serving some of the most at-risk populations of North Carolina for 44 years. The organization helps prevent vision loss by working within communities to provide screenings and access to follow-up resources.


In addition to giving more than 512,000 screenings for children through the Kenneth Royall Children’s Vision Screening Improvement Program, last year PBNC provided:
  • 24,184 preschoolers with photo-refractive vision screening
  • 3,684 adult vision screenings were done at senior centers, health clinics and the NC State Fair
  • 871 vouchers were issued for students to see an eye doctor and receive glasses if perscribed
  • 552 people recieved eyeglasses through the Healthy Eyes Program
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