L.O. Eye Care, formerly Lansing Ophthalmology, was founded in 1960 by Dr. Justin Sleight and Dr. Raymond Hogg, two ophthalmologists who believed strongly in helping those in need. That tradition continues today. The doctors and staff of L.O. Eye Care support community organizations throughout Mid-Michigan.
Below are the organizations L.O. Eye Care is supporting this year. Click on the links to see how you can get involved.
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A charity providing eye care & eye wear to disadvantaged children in the Mid-Michigan area.
The Davies Project spearheads collaboration across the Lansing area to provide community-based, non-medical support to local families facing serious, long-term health challenges with a child. In particular, when a car is unavailable and public transportation is a poor option, The Davies Project helps referred families by providing free rides to and from local subspecialty medical appointments.
Silver Bells in the City is a Lansing tradition that attracts over 80,000 people to the Capital City each year and takes place annually on the Friday before Thanksgiving in Lansing, MI. The entire city will glow with thousands of lights for the celebration, bringing together family and friends from across the state and beyond to kick-off the holiday season.
Making the Turn Against Parkinson's is an organization dedicated to using their passion for golf to raise awareness of Parkinson's disease and poistively impact the lives of Parkinson's patients and their family members throughout the state of Michigan.
Proceeds of this event benefit the Michigan Osteopathic College Foundation (MOCF), providing student scholarships and educational programming within the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Benefiting the Ingham County Animal Shelter Fund and raising money to stop animal cruelty.
The Special Olympics-Lions Clubs International Opening Eyes program is a vision and eye health screening in partnership with the Lions Clubs International Foundation. Led by volunteer vision care professionals, Opening Eyes is able to offer prescription eyewear, sunglasses, and sports goggles to Special Olympics athletes.
The first weekend in May, Grand Ledge celebrates Michigan artists, local culture, and their rich Victorian heritage.
Providing free eye screenings to Greater Lansing Area students in need.
Every September, Charlotte, Michigan is filled with crowds, laughs and cheers. Join the thousands of people who will converge to celebrate the more than four decades old tradition of family fun at the Charlotte Frontier Days Festival.
The City of East Lansing and the Rotary Club of East Lansing are working together to bring a new playground to Patriarche Park in June 2014. Designed by the community, built by the community and with funds raised by the community, "Playground in the Park Re-Imagined" will replace the existing wooden structure with a modern, eco-friendly playground design. The playground will be fully accessible, support youth fitness and offer an unique outdoor play space for all ages.