Helping Restore Sight
Since 1951, Miracles In Sight has helped restore sight to tens of thousands of men, women and children around the world. We work closely with hospitals, hospices and other facilities to quickly recover corneal tissue from those who have chosen to donate their organs, tissues and eyes upon their passing. We then prepare and store this corneal tissue (hence the term “eye bank”) and work with surgeons to get the needed tissue to them, wherever they are, so that their patients can receive the gift of sight through corneal transplant. Learn more about our process here.
Today our services also include research, working with doctors to improve and develop corneal transplant procedures, and professional development, working with nurses, physicians and others around the world to be informed about eye donation procedures, legislation and other issues surrounding donation.