Join us for a night of delicious hors d'oeuvres, drinks, music, auctions and more to benefit the Illinois Eye-Bank's Dr. John E. Randolph Memorial Fund. This fund provides humanitarian aid to people who would otherwise be unable to afford the costs associated with corneal transplant surgery.
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Illinois State University Alumni Center
Honoring Catharine Crockett, MD for her 20 years of service as an Illinois Eye-Bank, Bloomington Medical Director.
Black and white attire encouraged. Reserve your tickets online by May 22nd. For more information contact David Hearn at 800-548-4703 ext: 772.
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Sign-ups have begun for the 2014 Midwest Eye-Banks & Lions of Michigan Foundation Fundraising Cruise. The cruise starts January 26, 2014 and will be sailing through the Western Caribbean with stops in the Grand Cayman, Jamaica and Haiti. Tickets start at just $449 per room. More information regarding cruise can be found below.
View the official cruise flyer.
The Illinois Eye-Bank and the Illinois Eye-Bank, Watson Gailey are subsidiaries of Midwest Eye-Banks, a charitable, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the restoration of sight. We recover, evaluate and distribute human eye tissue for transplantation.
As part of our mission, we support preliminary research into the causes and cures of blinding eye conditions. Through public and professional education programs, we encourage people to learn about eye, organ and tissue donation. We believe education is the key to making an informed decision about donation, and is also an important way for us to secure funding for the community services we provide.
We also provide humanitarian aid to those unable to afford transplantation procedures, both at home and abroad, by waiving our service fees when a charitable need exists.
The Illinois Eye-Bank and the Illinois Eye-Bank, Watson Gailey are accredited by the
Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA).