Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation Receives $100k Vision Services Grant from GBHCMF
Twenty sites throughout the state have been selected for the vision-services expansion. All are high-poverty rural areas without a free or charity clinic, a federally qualified health center, or a local resource that offers vision-service assistance. The Lighthouse will work with local leaders and businesses to promote and execute a one-day clinic in each location.
"We are deeply grateful to the Georgia Baptist Health Care Ministry Foundation for the means to better serve our state's underserved,"
GBHCMF awards grants every year through a highly competitive application and review process, with preference given to organizations located within the state of Georgia. "It is our privilege to help share the love of Christ with others through a health care ministry," said GBHCMF President and CEO Will Bacon. "We're very excited about the Lighthouse's plans for rural Georgians and expect great things from the vision-services program."
For more information on Lighthouse services, please visit http://www.lionslighthouse.org.
About Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation
The Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation provides vision and hearing services to low-income, uninsured, and other underserved populations in the state of Georgia through education, detection, prevention, and treatment. Through collaborative partnerships, we enable greater independence and increased quality of life for Georgians in financial need.