17th Annual "Stay at Home"
Sight Night 2021
The World Cataract Foundation invites you to be a “Stay at Home” Sponsor for 2021. Please support our efforts to restore sight to impoverished people around the world.
Grand Visionary Sponsorship ($10,000)
Platinum Sponsorship ($5,000).
Gold Visionary Sponsorship ($2,000)
Silver Visionary Sponsorship ($1,000)
Bronze Visionary Sponsorship ($500)
“Stay at Home Sight Night" Contribution ($100)
All contributions large or small are greatly appreciated!
All sponsorship donors will receive recognition in the 2122 Sight Night Program, WCF newsletter and website. More importantly, they will also receive the gratitude of all the people around the world who receive the gift of sight. Additionally, the sincere thanks from our mission trip volunteers, surgeons, and the visiting international physicians who train here through the WCF Medical Personnel Exchange Program.
Want to become a sponsor of this year's Sight Night?
Click here to download a PDF of the sponsorship form and send with check addressed to :
World Cataract Foundation
6463 Poplar Avenue, #101
Memphis, TN 38119
or email the sponsorship form to
and pay now via Paypal
If you have any further questions about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 901-379-0405
Past Freeman Vision Award Recipients
2007 Dr. Ralph and Barbara Hamilton
2008 Barrett Haik, MD, FACS
2009 John Van Dyck III, MD, FACS
2010 Alfredo Amigo, MD & Ariel Ramirez, MD
2011 Meng Yongan, MD
2012 Roger Hiatt, MD
2013 Norval Christy, MD
2014 Steve Sterling, MD & Stewart Galloway, MD
2015 Cathy Schanzer, MD, FACS
2016 Ivan Marais, MD
2017 James Christian Fleming, MD, FACS
2018 Dr. Scott Lawrence
2019 McVean Trading & Investments
Thank you to all of our partners!
The volunteer nurses, surgeons and support personnel on our mission trips, the international physicians who come to Memphis through the WCF Medical Personnel Exchange Program for training at Memphis Eye and Cataract Associates and University of Tennessee (Hamilton Eye Institute), and the World Cataract Foundation Board of Directors extend our sincere appreciation to all our donors.
The impact of your gift is immeasurable. On behalf of those who receive the gift of sight, we extend our deepest gratitude. Their lives are forever changed!
A letter from Leadership
Dear Friends of the World Cataract Foundation,
Thank you for your faithful support through the years. The past eighteen months have been challenging for all. COVID-19 has changed many things. As we navigate these extraordinary times, we need your help more than ever. Doctors, nurses and support staff are ready to resume our mission trips, medical equipment had been collected and is read to ship…the green light to go is expected soon. Our website will give you a glimpse of our trips and the work done by our dedicated group of doctors, nurses and support staff when they travel.
In 2020, the World Cataract Foundation help a “Stay at Home Sight Night” which was our fundraising touch stone with you. You were very generous with your support. Our hope was that in 2021 we could do a live Sight Night. After much discussion and soul searching, the decision was made on the side of caution to do our next live Sight Night in 2022. We sincerely hope you will join us then.
We are blessed with skilled surgeons and nurses ready to travel as soon as our recipient countries will allow and team members feel safe going. The need in these countries is great. Even though we are still waiting to travel, we have been collecting and sending important equipment and other support items to hospitals and doctors in need so our expenses have not stopped. When. Travel opens and with your help and financial support, we will resume our missions to restore sight to people in need.
We thank you for continued support for the World Cataract Foundation’s efforts to “Help the World to See.”
Jerre Minor Freeman, MD, Founder
Gib Wilson, President
Lori Hudson, Executive Director