Sight Learning is a not-for-profit organization with a single goal:

To provide eyeglasses to students who need them but cannot afford them.

Sight Learning has now collected and distributed more than $1,000,000 worth of used eyeglasses to students around the world in Mexico, Honduras, Haiti, and India.

Please donate your used eyeglasses in order to help more students  see clearly and envision their future!

Sight Learning is a 501(c)(3) organization, and all donations are tax-deductible. Thank you for your help and support!

4
Years

Started in 2010

21500
Glasses

And counting…

5
Countries

Chapters in 14 States

1075000
Dollars (US)

Worth Of Eyeglasses Donated

The Problem

While there are 100 million people around the world who need glasses and use them every day, there are an additional 700 million people around the world who need glasses but cannot afford them. Of these 700 million people, 13 million people are children of school age who due to a lack of glasses are unable to make the most of their educational opportunities and thus are disadvantaged for the entirety of their futures.

Vision is an essential part of learning, and without it students are unfairly prevented from achieving their full potential. Sight Learning aims to solve this by donating the millions of used pairs of glasses around the world to the students who need them in order to get an education and make the most of their potential.

Our Story

Sight Learning Founder

Photo Credits: Nickelodeon

My name is Yash Gupta, and I am a Freshman at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. I myself have worn glasses since I was only 5 years old. As a freshman at Northwood High School however, I broke my glasses sparring taekwondo and had to go to school without them for about a week as a new pair was made. I began to appreciate glasses, which I initially took as an afterthought, and their impact on my education. Without glasses it is impossible to focus, see, or learn in the classroom, and after this incident I realized the importance they had on my own life. After some research, I learned that there were millions of children who lacked a basic pair of glasses, even though millions of pairs were discarded annually, and I founded Sight Learning, a 501(c)(c) certified non-profit organization that collects and distributes used eyeglasses to students around the world who need them and makes sure that every child has an opportunity to receive a quality education.

How You Can Help

Donation By Mail
You Can Mail Your Used Eyeglasses To:
1 League # 60715
Irvine, CA 92602

Donate Through PayPal

Sight Learning needs your help to ensure that we are able to continue helping thousands of children around the world. Your donation will help us measure and package glasses to get them to students and will help us organize and hold eye-clinics that will benefit thousands of people around the world. To donate to Sight Learning visit us at: paypalgivingfund.org   and remember, because Sight Learning is a 501(c)(3) organization, all donations are tax-deductible.

Want to see a Sight Learning donation box in an optometry near you? Email us at yashgupta@sightlearning.com to request a donation box and you can start mailing us your donations in no time!

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News and Updates

Sight Learning’s founder, Yash Gupta was recently recognized as a 2014 Nickelodeon Halo Award Recipient! Be sure to tune in on November 30th at 7 PM ET on Nickelodeon or at http://www.nick.com/halo-awards/ !

Sight Learning’s founder, Yash Gupta was recently featured on BuzzFeed as an inspiring kid! Check it out: http://www.buzzfeed.com/nickelodeon/12-inspiring-kids-who-will-make-you-feel-better-about-the-fu

Contact Us

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to contact Founder and CEO Yash Gupta at

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You can also contact us at :

1 League #60715

Irvine, CA 92602

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