Walking to Give Sight : Lauren Hollister

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Lauren Hollister, a recent graduate of Kristin School on Auckland’s North Shore, has a vision – to equip a new eye clnic and fund sight res


Imagine being blind for years and suddenly being able to see again. Imagine being able to give someone that gift of sight. That’s what Lauren hopes to achieve by walking the Great Walks of New Zealand to fundraise for The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ.

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The Fred Hollows Foundation carries on the work of a legendary New Zealander, the late Professor Fred Hollows. Fred was an internationally acclaimed eye surgeon and social justice activist who championed the right of all people to high quality and affordable eye care. The Fred Hollows Foundation shares Fred’s vision of a world where no one is needlessly blind, and works to end avoidable blindness in 30 developing countries across Asia, Africa and the Pacific.

The Fred Hollows Foundation NZ works in the Pacific Islands, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste where four out of five people who are blind don’t need to be; their condition is preventable or treatable. We restore sight to the needlessly blind and train local eye health specialists to provide eye care services in their own communities.

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Private Donor on 06 Feb 2011
Keep up the good work :-)

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