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See Well to Learn relies on donors like you to continue providing vision screenings, follow-up care, and access to glasses for children in San Mateo County. Currently, we provide services to over 3,500 children – primarily low-income – and education and follow-up for parents, caregivers and educators, at sites throughout the county. Many of these families cannot otherwise access this vital care for their young children, at a key point in their visual and neurological development, potentially impairing their ability to learn, and develop behaviorally or socially.
So we can continue providing these services, please consider these opportunities to invest in the future of children in San Mateo County. Thank you!
$100,000 to fully fund See Well to Learn’s operations across San Mateo County — 3,500 low-income children in need of vision care.These include the schools we provide free no cost See Well to Learn services at including; Institute for Human and Social Development (IHSD) San Mateo Head Start sites, Redwood City School District, San Mateo – Foster City School District, Peninsula Family Service sites and Jefferson Elementary School District sites.
$50,000 to fully fund See Well to Learn in the Sequoia Healthcare District – covering low-income preschools in the Redwood City School District.
$25,000 to cover supplies (glasses, eye drops, etc) and educational materials for all of San Mateo County for one year.
$12,000 to fund See Well to Learn services for one school in San Mateo County for one year.
$5,000 to fund See Well to Learn services for one classroom for one year.
For more information, please contact:
Director of Development
550 Kearny Street, Suite 1000
San Francisco, CA 94108