Putting the ‘See’ in Sea Lions

November 12, 2021

  The sea lions at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium’s Adventure Cove have a unique connection with ReVision LASIK & Cataract Surgery. What’s the connection? Vision! Eye Drops Help Sea Lions See Eye drops are part of a sea lion’s daily care to help maintain healthy eyes throughout their lifetime in an aquatic environment. Of…

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Helping Others Reach Their Full Potential

October 13, 2021

  Easterseals Central and Southeast Ohio is dedicated to providing help, hope, and answers to people of all ages and abilities. By creating programming to serve children and adults living with a range of physical and emotional challenges, this non-profit is working towards a more equal and inclusive future where everyone can realize their full…

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Having a Voice Gives Foster Families a Bright Future

September 15, 2021

  Foster families embody the true meaning of giving every day. They give love, support, a nurturing home, and – perhaps most importantly – hope for a brighter tomorrow. ReVision Gives Back proudly recognized Every Kid Deserves A Voice during the month of August. This nonprofit’s mission to advocate for children in the foster care…

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Giving a Clear Path for Students to Succeed

August 13, 2021

  Creating a solid foundation for education is the key to student success. City Year Columbus is committed to helping young learners in Columbus City Schools be successful and stay on course in their educational journey. Working closely with the school district, City Year Columbus identifies students who will benefit from individual help to stay…

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ReVision Keeps Focus on the Future

June 28, 2021

Despite a worldwide health crisis, Dr. James Schumer, Founder of ReVision LASIK & Cataract Surgery, completes a world class renovation to enhance vision care in Central Ohio. Take a VIRTUAL TOUR of the newly renovated ReVision Columbus practice. Demolition began in January 2020, a year after purchasing the property at 1080 Polaris Parkway in Columbus.…

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See the Beauty of Art in Our Community

June 16, 2021

The arts have always been at the heart of Columbus’ vibrant culture. Although the arts community faced countless challenges in 2020 thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, artists persevered, rallied, and are now remerging to help bring our city back to life. The Greater Columbus Arts Council, a local nonprofit whose support of Central Ohio artists…

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Every Box Is a Blessing

May 5, 2021

  ReVision Gives Back joined forces with a few local partners to bring visibility to an issue impacting every community, food insecurity. The Columbus Blessing Boxes Project, a non-profit founded in 2018, was created by a local family to combat hunger and give back to their community. The concept of Blessing Boxes is simple, “Leave…

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Supporting Neighbors Helping Neighbors

April 23, 2021

  Pandemic living has taught us how important it is to connect with others, regardless of age. Prior to COVID-19, many older adults were already dealing with a lack of connectivity, feelings of isolation and depression. ReVision Gives Back honoree, At Home By High, is working hard change that. At Home By High is a…

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Supporting the Science of Connectivity

March 15, 2021

  In a time when everyone is keeping their distance, ReVision Gives Back was excited to honor COSI for thinking ‘inside the box’ to create unique ways to connect with the community during COVID-19. As a nonprofit hands-on science center that typically welcomes thousands of guests into their building each day, COSI had to pivot…

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Dr. Schumer’s Perspective on COVID-19

February 15, 2021

Dr. James Schumer, Founder and Ophthalmologist of ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery, recently shared his perspective on the current climate of the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination process with Sunny 95 FM on-air personality, Clark Donley. Listen to the complete interview HERE and scroll through highlights of Dr. Schumer’s responses during this interesting and informative interview.…

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