ReVision Gives Back

Giving Back to a Movement for Mental Wellness

May 6, 2020

Because we don’t wear our thoughts on our sleeves, ReVision Gives Back is proud to support a local non-profit giving mental wellness a voice, Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s On Our Sleeves initiative. Our month of support began in April, in the midst of the COVID-19 Pandemic as people were asked to shelter in place, businesses forced…

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Speaking-Up and Giving Back to Our Furry Friends

May 6, 2020

At ReVision, we love furry, four-legged friends. That’s why we were super excited to support Speak for the Unspoken as the March ReVision Gives Back honoree! This foster-based non-profit is a rescue devoted to helping dogs with special needs including those who are blind or deaf as a result of improper breading practices. Speak’s dedicated volunteers see…

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Giving Back to Camp is the Best Medicine

March 20, 2020

  What if there was a place kids with a severe illness could go and forget – if just for a week – they were sick? They could just have fun and be a kid. Thankfully, this seemingly magical place exists right here in Mt. Gilead, Ohio and brings pure joy to hundreds of children…

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Giving Back to the Future of Optometry

February 10, 2020

Giving back to future optometrists is the perfect way to kick-off our 2020 ReVision Gives Back program! ReVision is so excited to support two wonderful student volunteer organizations at The Ohio State University College of Optometry; Student Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (SVOSH) and Fellowship of Christian Optometrists (FCO). These groups are committed to serving the…

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Giving Back to Ronald McDonald House Charities

December 18, 2019

ReVision Gives Back is proud to support Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio. Every day, hundreds of parents and families make the RMH their home-away-from-home for as long as their child is being treated at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, located just steps away. With 137 guest rooms, the Columbus Ronald McDonald House is the largest…

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ReVision Goes Pink to Support Cancer Survivors

November 6, 2019

  From those battling cancer on a personal level to the loved ones providing care and support during the most challenging times, cancer impacts the lives of many. Although the fight may be daunting for survivors and families, a local non-profit is providing support to lighten the load and ensure no one travels the road…

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Giving Back to The Bridge to Support First Responders

October 7, 2019

  The dedication, expertise and selflessness of first responders make our communities safer every day. They deserve unlimited gratitude and that’s why ReVision Gives Back is honored to support the outstanding work of The Bridge. Founded by local retired police officers Mick Yinger and Michael Pavolino after the tragic deaths of two Westerville, Ohio officers…

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Tackling Illiteracy with Second and Seven

September 11, 2019

  ReVision Gives Back is proud to support the Second and Seven Foundation’s mission to tackle illiteracy! Co-founded by three former Ohio State University Football players – Ryan Miller, Luke Fickell and Mike Vrabel – the 2nd & 7 Foundation brings student athletes into second grade classrooms to pay it forward by reading and giving each…

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Giving Back to Buddy Up

August 16, 2019

Tennis, fitness and fun are key pillars that make Buddy Up Tennis an impactful non-profit in the Columbus community. Inspired by her own Down syndrome child with a passion for tennis, a local mom started Buddy Up to fill a community-wide need for organized programs to assist individuals like her son.   Coaches and volunteers…

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Giving Back to Kindness with Nina West

July 17, 2019

ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery embraces a philosophy of caring and kindness. A non-profit spreading that uplifting message in Columbus and beyond is the Nina West Foundation. Led by Nina West, the drag persona of longtime Columbus resident Andrew Levitt, the foundation creates a platform to lift up and support the local LGBTQ community to…

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