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ReVision Gives Back Supports Relay for Life

Contributed by: Lauren Kohrn, Patient Services Coordinator

ReVision Gives Back Relay for Life

Cancer. Everyone has been affected by this disease in some way, and we all want to help find a cure, support the survivors and caregivers and remember those who courageously battled the disease.

Through the ReVision Gives Back program, ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery was honored to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event in Westerville, Ohio and make a donation in the amount of $1,167.

In addition to the donation generated by the ReVision Gives Back Program, the ReVision Team worked together to raise even more by participating in special office dress down days, donating canned goods and reaching out to friends and family to enlist their support for this amazing cause.

The ReVision team attended the Relay for Life walk event at Westerville North High School that continued overnight to the following morning to signify ‘cancer never sleeps’. Special relay activities celebrated the lives of those affected by cancer including a silent auction with all proceeds benefiting Relay for Life and a beautiful luminary ceremony in memory of those who have battled the disease. In total, Westerville’s Relay for Life event raised over $23,000!

Contact ReVision LASIK & Cataract Surgery to learn more about how our ReVision Gives Back program is supporting local nonprofit organizations making a positive impact in our communities.

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