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    Boys & Girls Club of America Vision Screening Program

    At National Vision, we believe everyone deserves to see their best to live their best. That is why we are proud to partner with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to provide club members free vision screenings and if needed, access to free, complete eye exams and glasses through our America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses® locations.

    How does the program work?

    • A Boys & Girls Cub and America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses® store are paired to run a vision screening event at the club.
    • With a signed permission slip, the Boys & Girls Club member is screened at their club.
    • Based on the screening results, the child may be referred to see a licensed optometrist at an America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses® store for a free complete eye exam.
    • For children who are referred for an eye exam, the parent/legal guardian will make an appointment at an America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses® store convenient for them and take their child to their appointment.
    • After the exam, if needed, the child will receive:
      • FREE basic prescription lenses (no upgrades)
      • FREE frame up to $59.95 value (no upgrades)

    Club Responsibilities

    • Get permission slips signed by their members’ parents/guardians.
    • Use the Vision Screening Program Website to create participant records from the information on the signed permission slips before the screening event.
    • Must provide 2-3 staff/volunteers to help run the vision screening event.

    Is your club eligible for this program?

    If your club is within 10 miles of an America’s Best Contacts & Eyeglasses® location, you are eligible to participate in this program. It’s easy to check. Just go to the America’s Best Contact & Eyeglasses® website and use the “FIND A STORE” locator at the top of the webpage.

    https://www.americasbest.com/

     

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