Keeler Donates to Vision Care for Homeless People

Leading ophthalmic instrument manufacturer Keeler has donated ophthalmoscopes and retinoscopes to non-profit charity Vision Care for Homeless People at its clinic in London.

Vision Care for Homeless People is a registered charity that provides free eye care services and glasses to homeless and vulnerable people who have little access to mainstream eye care services. The clinics are run by volunteer, trained opticians.
Keeler’s Laura Haverley presents Vision Care CEO Harinder Paul with donated Keeler instruments

Harinder Paul, CEO and founder of Vision Care, commented: “Demand for our services is incredibly high. The ophthalmoscopes and retinoscopes donated by Keeler, along with their earlier donation of the Pulsair intellipuff, will help us deliver the highest level of comprehensive care to large numbers of patients.”

Laura Haverley, Keeler’s Senior Product Manager, visited Vision Care to deliver the diagnostic instruments. She commented: “Vision Care is a remarkable charity and we are very happy to donate our diagnostic equipment to ensure vulnerable people in the community have access to high quality eye care.”

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