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GKSD2014LogoSAVE THE DATE!

Free Eye Care for Kids at Jefferson Alumni Hall on Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 8:30am to 1:00pm

For children 17 years and under, from Philadelphia and surrounding counties, who have not had, or who have not passed, an eye screening and/or who are uninsured.  For more information email: gksd@pccy.org or call 215-563-5848 x21.

Click here to download English flyer

The flyer is also available in the following languagesclick to download below:

Arabic  /  Chinese French  /  Haitian Creole  /  Hindi  /  Russian  /  Spanish  / Vietnamese


Be a hero!  Volunteer to help on Give Kids Sight Day. 

Volunteers are needed to provide medical care, register children, entertain families and much more. Click here to download a flyer with more information that you can share.

  • If you are interested in helping with registration, language interpretation, ambassador, data entry and the like, click here.  Please note, we also have pre-event day opportunities in this link.
  • If you are an ophthalmologist, optometrist, optician, technician, or an employee of Wills Eye or any eye-care facility, please click here.

Registration deadline: October 9th


About Give Kids Sight Day:

PCCY and our partners have helped connect over 7,700 children obtain free eye care services since 2009! That two thirds of Philadelphia school children who fail a school vision screening do not get a follow-up exam was unacceptable to child advocates. Building on PCCY’s successful Give Kids a Smile Day model of free dental care for kids, PCCY and our partners designed “Give Kids Sight Day” a day of free eye checks and eye glasses for children who need them.

You can also make a donation to support or work on children’s health.


Does your child need health insurance?  PCCY’s Child Health Watch Helpline assists families in finding health insurance for their children.  We help with applications for public health insurance, either Medical Assistance (MA) or the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and to resolve enrollment problems. This service is free and is available in any language.  Helpline staff also helps families find health care services such as primary care, dental, vision, and behavioral health care that they can access with or without insurance.  Call PCCY’s Child Health Watch Helpline at 215-563-5848 x17 or email: healthwatch@pccy.org.