Eyes On Learning Photoscreener Grants
Attention Arizona Public and Non-Profit Health Care Providers, Education and Community Programs
Eyes On Learning, Vitalyst Health Foundation, and Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust have partnered to award 60+ grants for a highly regarded photoscreening instrument (Welch Allyn SPOT). These grants are available to public and non-profit health care, education and community settings in Arizona that are interested in adding this technology to their vision screening practice. Grant recipients will also receive free training, installation of the instrument, and quality improvement resources and support for their screening and referral processes. Grant recipients are expected to primarily use the photoscreener for children birth to age 6.
Non-profit primary health care practices (including Federally Qualified Community Health Centers); public schools and districts and non-profit private schools with children enrolled in preschool and/or kindergarten programs (Title I schools have priority); and, non-profit or public community-based programs that offer vision screening for children up to age 6 years. All organizations must be located and operate in Arizona and must not currently have a photoscreener instrument.
Applications are accepted on an on-going basis and will be reviewed each month for grant awards.
Access the Eyes On Learning Photoscreener Grant for more information and the online grant application. Please draft and review responses to all of the questions before starting your online application as the application is not able to be saved and revisited. Direct questions to:
Karen Woodhouse, Eyes On Learning, firstname.lastname@example.org