Help @VSPVisionCare Offer Free Eye Exams to Needy Children + a $200 Visa Gift Card #Giveaway For You!

free eye exam for needy children

VSP Vision Care is on a mission to provide up to 50,000 at-risk youth in America with over $19 million in free eye exams and eye glasses this year. Through the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, VSP has launched the Eye Pledge Campaign to provide them with what may be the most important exam they take all year. Eye health plays a critical role in your child’s ability to learn, play, and develop, and unfortunately, one in four students across the country has a visual impairment problem, many of which go undiagnosed.

Boys and Girls Clubs of America

VSP is offering readers an opportunity to participate in this wonderful cause at the same time as entering to win a terrific prize as well. To enter, simply take the VSP Eye pledge and let us know why you feel eye health is important. Taking the VSP Eye Pledge involves nothing more than visiting their site and clicking, and each pledge provides a child with a possibly life-changing eye exam. Even if you don’t enter to win the prize, please take the pledge and share it with your friends and family as well.

The winner will receive their choice between a $200 Visa Giftcard or a VSP Experience. The VSP Experience includes the following:

  • an exam at a VSP doctor (you can find a doc near you at www.vsp.com)
  • a Lens/Frame of up to $130 in value (or contacts in lieu of lenses and frame) -or- a $130 allowance towards contact lenses/fitting
  • Covered lens options included in the VSP Experience are Blended Bifocals, Progressive Lenses, Photo chromic, Plano Lenses, Tints and Dyes, Scratch resistant coating, Anti-reflective coating, and rimless mounting.

    HOW TO WIN A $200 VISA GIFT CARD:

    To enter, please take the VSP eye pledge, providing a child with a free eye exam and possibly a much needed pair of glasses, and come back here and let me know you did, along with why you took they pledge and feel eye health is important.

    Taking the VSP Eye Pledge is totally free for you and only takes a few seconds, just follow these three easy steps:

    (1) Go take the VSP Eye Pledge by clicking here.
    (2) Pledge to yourself to take care of your eye health, which is an integral part of your overall health
    (3) (optional) Direct the donation to either the local club of your choice (by inserting your zip code) or a club in the U.S. with the most need.

    Extra entries:
    Retweet the VSP Eye Pledge campaign and giveaway or share it on facebook (can do daily).
    Refer a friend to take the pledge for 3 extra entries for both you and your friend (please leave a comment letting us know who referred you).

    Contest ends November 4th, 2011. A winner will be randomly chosen with Random.org and contacted by email. Winner has 24 hours to respond before a new winner is chosen.

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    • Emily @ Busy Mommy

      I took the pledge. I feel eye-health is important because our eyes help us do so much.ReplyCancel

    • Emily @ Busy Mommy

      I tweeted: !/busymomblog/status/128831028683997184ReplyCancel

    • Annette D

      I took the pledge! I believe that it is very important to have your eyesight checked. Every member of my family either wears glasses or contacts.ReplyCancel

    • Rachel

      I took the pledge! We have VSP and love them.ReplyCancel

    • Rachel

      I tweeted! !/rachelroland/status/128836903087783936ReplyCancel

    • Annette D

      tweet !/annedoggett/status/128836716260892673ReplyCancel

    • Lee

      I took the pledge and dedicated it to my town of Apopka, FL!

      LeeReplyCancel

    • Lee

      Tweeted!

      !/TheExactLee/status/128849951894667264ReplyCancel

    • Beth

      I took the pledge! My grandma lost her eyesight when she was older but it really made me see how important eyesight is!ReplyCancel

    • Tracie

      I took the eye pledge.

      When I was little, I had a lazy eye, and I remember not being able to see things clearly (especially in school)…but once I started going to the eye doctor and wearing glasses it made a huge difference!!ReplyCancel

    • Tracie

      I tweeted! !/fromtracie/status/128852730050641920ReplyCancel

    • Beth

      Tweet! !/simplybudgeted/status/128853188261580800ReplyCancel

    • i took the pledge and tweeted it! :) @ladyboarder9669ReplyCancel

    • Megan

      I took the pledge. It’s so important for children to get their eyes checked early on.ReplyCancel

    • Melissa

      I took the pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Jenna @ For The Love of Baby!

      This is such a great cause. I took the pledge and shared as well :)ReplyCancel

    • Marilyn Wons

      I took the pledge. I feel eye health is important since when one starts to have vision problems, it is a downward slide.ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      I took the pledge and did so because I think everyone, especially children, should be able to see the world :)ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 10/25
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/128872774130335744ReplyCancel

    • Hanan

      I took the pledge! Having to wear glasses my self, I know how difficult it can be to see/read with out them!ReplyCancel

    • Hanan

      tweeted: ReplyCancel

    • Margaret Smith

      I took the VSP eye pledge.
      I feel that this is so important because so many illnesses can be found through eye exams. Also, many eye problems can be fixed with correction lenses.
      Thanks so much.
      rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)comReplyCancel

    • Margaret Smith

      I tweeted: !/peg42/status/128877871975497728
      Thanks
      rickpeggysmith(at)aol(dot)comReplyCancel

    • Karen of 3G2S

      I took the pledge. My whole side of the family and my husband’s side all wear glasses. Our children will most likely need them and I can’t imagine their not being able to see the blackboard at school because they didn’t have their eyes checked.ReplyCancel

    • Adrienne gordon

      I took the pledge. It is so im portant to keep up with your eyesight, slight changes can really affect you in other ways.ReplyCancel

    • Kasandria Reasoner

      Took the pledge.
      KasReplyCancel

    • Shannon Baas

      I took the pledge. Eye care is important for me as my poor vision wasn’t caught as early as it should have been.ReplyCancel

    • Rebel Chick Jenn

      I took the pledge – everyone in my family has bad eyes, so I know how important this is!ReplyCancel

    • Rebel Chick Jenn

      I retweeted the pledge !/therebelchick/status/128908585672511488ReplyCancel

    • Jenn

      I took the pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Jenn

      tweet !/SweetTMakes3/status/128910646686400512ReplyCancel

    • Terri Martin

      I love to read, and cannot imagine losing my vision. All kids should be able to see clearly.ReplyCancel

    • Terri Martin

      Tweeted
      !/phoenixgrill/status/128777384269848577ReplyCancel

    • Mami2jcn

      I took the pledge.ReplyCancel

    • Mami2jcn

      retweeted the campaign–http://twitter.com/#!/mami2jcn/status/128946450934665216ReplyCancel

    • Christopher Sorel

      took pledge on VSPReplyCancel

    • Christopher Sorel

      tweet !/cjsorel/status/128956395927248897ReplyCancel

    • Christopher Sorel

      shared on facebookReplyCancel

    • Marybeth @ babygoodbuys.com

      I took the pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Amanda Sakovitz

      i took the pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Ann F

      I took the VSP eye pledge. I think eye sight is the most important sense and we should do everything possible to protect it.

      abfantom at yahoo dot comReplyCancel

    • Melinda Mendy Dinsmore

      took the pledgeReplyCancel

    • Melinda Mendy Dinsmore

      retweeted
      ReplyCancel

    • Lindsay Lee

      I took the VSP Pledge because I feel it is important for every child to be able to have an eye exam to be able to see better. I wear contacts and know just how important it is to help me see as well as doesn’t strain my eyes since I have an eye exam at least twice a year.ReplyCancel

    • Lindsay Lee

      Shared on twitter the campaign !/middymorsel/status/129011462176903169

      Tweeted this giveaway !/middymorsel/status/129011879501762560ReplyCancel

    • Stephanie V.

      took pledge – eye health important to function in the world and a window into possible health issues – reminds me I need an examReplyCancel

    • Sena S

      I took the pledge because we shouldn’t take eye health for granted. Having sight is a real gift!ReplyCancel

    • Cathy Wallace

      I took the pledgeReplyCancel

    • Tari Lawson

      I took the pledge. I am working on trying to get my son to wear his glasses more often. He hates them and really gives us a hard time but I know how important it is he wear them.ReplyCancel

    • Lindsay

      I took the pledge because I have worn glasses since 4th grade and I don’t know what I would do without them. Not being able to see properly hinders education and can really be a detriment to a child.ReplyCancel

    • LookWhatMomFound...and Dad too!

      very cool campaign! tweeted it out alsoReplyCancel

    • Denise M

      I took the pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Jeff

      I took the pledge. Eye vision is important to enjoy life to it’s fullest.ReplyCancel

    • Jeff

      retweeted

      !/mrcheapo/status/129189367779561472ReplyCancel

    • I took the eye pledge! :DReplyCancel

    • Sarah Hirsch

      i took the pledge and i think that eye health is very important – it’s just plain dangerous to not be able to see properly! plus, the world looks much better in 20/20ReplyCancel

    • Sarah Hirsch

      tweeted !/stigay/status/129209523889119232ReplyCancel

    • Cujo

      I took the pledge (and shared the link on twitter) because eye health is important… but expensive. An eye exam could catch a disease early or help a child see better and then do better in school… which helps us all in the long run.ReplyCancel

    • Cujo

      rt the VSP campaign tweet -http://twitter.com/#!/HMB99/status/129211602678456320ReplyCancel

    • Christy

      I took the pledge. I had to get glasses when I was in about the 3rd grade and my eyesight got worse the older I got. I finally had Lasik done but my eyesight was so terrible by the end that I would have had to buy special glasses and contacts. I can’t imagine my daughter or any other kids having to go through the headaches (literally) I had because of bad eyesight through the years.ReplyCancel

    • Katy P

      I took the pledge because I feel sight is a great gift and I want to take care of mine!ReplyCancel

    • Katy P

      Tweet. !/presprizes/status/129220980047495168ReplyCancel

    • Becky M

      I took the pledge! Eye care is extremely important, especially for children because vision problems may lead to problems in the class room and hinder a students education.ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 10/26
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/129235293411880960ReplyCancel

    • Amy Rouse

      I took the pledge. All of my children wear glasses, so I know the importance of eye health.ReplyCancel

    • Mary C

      I took the pledge and I have just scheduled my annual eye exam because I would be lost without my sight.ReplyCancel

    • Kimberly Schotz
    • Cynthia Conley

      I rook the pledge. It’s important to take good care of our eyes because vision is precious and should be preserved.ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia Conley

      Tweet
      !/clc408/status/129267573010341888ReplyCancel

    • Cindy D

      I took the pledge. Cindy D
      Dove056 at aol dot comReplyCancel

    • Cindy D

      Tweet – !/Dove056/status/129275290991067136ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      Took the pledgeReplyCancel

    • Maureen

      I took the pledge and feel it is so important because I have struggled with my eyesight my entire life. I wish I had been diagnosed early in my childhood. It would have had a profound effect on my life. I hope all children get that opportunity because eyesight is truly a blessing. I follow you on Twitter @msmorevReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      I took the pledge. My grandmother & mother have both suffered from vision loss. It’s important to get your eyes checked regularly to ensure your vision stays good.
      Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet- !/js22222222/status/129280524341616640ReplyCancel

    • Patrice

      I took the VSP Eye Pledge. I have worn glasses since I was a kid and I know how important good eyesight is and that everyone should have corrective glasses if they need them.ReplyCancel

    • Valerie Taylor Mabrey

      Took the pledge. I can not imagine how a child could got o school without seeing properly.
      vmids3 at msn dot comReplyCancel

    • Susie

      I took the pledge. It’s very important to keep your eyes healthy and especially important for children to have healthy eyes. My eye problems were discovered when I was a kid. It’s a genetic thing that runs in my family. We all have the same problem. It made seeing the blackboard difficult and I had nasty migraines. It negatively affected my learning. The same thing can’t happen to other children that happened to me simply because they can’t afford to have their eyes examined. That’s not right. They deserve the chance to succeed as well and ofr suvh a minor thing as an eye exam, I think it’s totally worth it. Who knows. Perhaps that free eye exam may be given to a future doctor, rocket scientist, president or even better the person who cures the various cancers that affect so many today. Yeah, I say it’s worth it.ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      I took the pledge! Eye health is important to me because I struggled with terrible headaches as a kid before my family could afford to take me to the eye doctor, and I remember the instant relief I had with my first pair of glasses. I hope that every child who needs vision correction or help maintaining the health of their eyes can get it. Thanks!ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Tweet: !/guettel78/status/129321319199293440ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/129285887971442688ReplyCancel

    • Christine

      I took the pledge and I hope that every child gets eye care because sight is precious. Thank you!ReplyCancel

    • Christine

      I tweeted !/Tina12312/status/129351094378827777ReplyCancel

    • CATHY TRUMAN

      I took the pledge because I want every child to be able to see and enjoy life.ReplyCancel

    • Deborah Rosen

      I took the pledge so a kid can get eye care…it’s hard to learn when you can’t see well.ReplyCancel

    • Deborah Rosen

      I shared on Twitter: !/AsTheNight/status/129376047165747201.ReplyCancel

    • steff

      i pledged, i took the pledge because eye health is important to me, and it is because i’ve struggling with eye dryness and contact issues and i am fortunate to have insurance!ReplyCancel

    • Kristy T

      I took the pledge. Thanks for bringing light to such an important topic!ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/129553266865471488ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 10/27
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/129568131336241152ReplyCancel

    • Vivian

      I think its important i have a granddaughter who has eye problems and i took the challange because it is hard for my daughter to afford glasses for her.ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet: !/js22222222/status/129575808535764993ReplyCancel

    • Craig Johnson

      I took the pledge. Respect your eyes!!ReplyCancel

    • Katharine D

      I signed a week ago – vision is everything. I have worn glasses since I was a kid – would be lost without them (literally)ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/129617063084953600ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Daily tweet
      !/clc408/status/129650323605299200ReplyCancel

    • nan

      took pledge, having bad eyesight myself i know how important it is to see
      nannypanpan at gmail.comReplyCancel

    • Tina M

      took the pledge. vision is very important.ReplyCancel

    • Cindy D

      Tweet – !/Dove056/status/129705352240435200ReplyCancel

    • Lindsay Lee

      Daily Tweet !/middymorsel/status/129723001133477888ReplyCancel

    • Debbie C

      I took the pledge.ReplyCancel

    • Debbie Christie

      I tweeted from the pledge page.

      !/chrisdeglen/status/129835427791257600ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/129883438672130048ReplyCancel

    • Katy P

      Tweet. !/presprizes/status/129924232296660992ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 10/28
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/129926736656867328ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet;l !/js22222222/status/1299318136856985ReplyCancel

    • Tony Bertram

      I took the pledge because my sons eyes are important to me to keep healthy. Atbonpc on twitter and tbonpc on facebook. Loving it.ReplyCancel

    • Heather S

      took the pledgeReplyCancel

    • Lisa Foster

      I took the pledge and it is a good reminder for me that I am overdue for my annual eye examReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Daily tweet
      !/clc408/status/130012193746980864ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/130008445637242880ReplyCancel

    • patricia

      Took the pledge. I believe eyecare is important because it opens up an arena to learn.ReplyCancel

    • Cindy D

      Tweet – !/Dove056/status/130043833055592448ReplyCancel

    • Crystal F

      I took the pledge. Eye sight is important because it affects everything we do. My oldest daughter has worn glasses since she was 3. My family goes for exams in December(my girls) and January(dh and I) of every year.ReplyCancel

    • Clarissa

      i took the pledge because i wanted a child to have the opportunity to have good vision…I have really needed corrective eyewear since I was young so i know its importantReplyCancel

    • clarissa

      i took the pledge because i wanted a chid to have the chance at good vision, as someone who has needed corrective eyewear since I was a child, I know how important it isReplyCancel

    • Kendra

      I took the pledge. Eye health is very important to me because my daughter started wearing glasses at age 9. I was shocked she needed them so early. I started wearing them in high school.ReplyCancel

    • Lorri S

      I took the pledge because I know how important it is for kids to be able to see well, especially when they have a limited income.ReplyCancel

    • Lorri S

      I shared on Twitter:

      !/LorriJeanne/status/130108085472722944ReplyCancel

    • Kendra

      tweeted
      !/akritical/status/130109535854661632ReplyCancel

    • Janna Johnson

      pledged
      Blogtacular contest! Thanks so much! Janna Johnson Jannajanna@hotmail.com
      Janna@feedyourpig on GFCReplyCancel

    • Steve W.

      Took the pledge. I’ve worn glasses since I was a child and regular eye exams are essential for kids to grow and learn.ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/130277333583138817ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 10/29
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/130291671400325120ReplyCancel

    • I took the pledge and I have been a volunteer several years in a row to go to schools and give vision tests. I think our eye sight is so important because life would be so dreary and difficult without vision.
      smchester at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • js22@yahoo.com

      tweet: !/js22222222/status/130334906420183042ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/130379457532928000ReplyCancel

    • Laura Lambie

      I took the pledgeReplyCancel

    • Sarah

      I took the pledge. Having healthy eyes is so important to young children. Exams are needed to help detect other health issues as well.

      sierra0278 at aol dot comReplyCancel

    • Sarah

      tweeted

      !/SmallSlice/status/130445466511998977ReplyCancel

    • Sarah

      Shared on my wall. Sarah VM

      ReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      I took the VSP eye pledgeReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      I pledge to take care of my eyes and make sure my vision is cared for.ReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      I directed the donation to a local club.ReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      daily tweet!

      !/JenniferCNP/status/130481247632883713ReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Shockley

      I took the Pledge, I took it because every child and person deserves to have their eyesight and a free eye exam will keep them on the right track. I care about eye health because I love being able to wake up and see things everyday, I also care deeply because I’m a Diabetic and this is a number 1 for keeping up on, can be reduced dramatically from Diabetes and not controlling itReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Shockley

      tweet
      !/mngirlinssp/status/130594409065615361ReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Shockley

      shared on FB
      !/permalink.php?story_fbid=1857597620240&id=1849884229ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/130624695413387264ReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      daily tweet!

      !/JenniferCNP/status/130655490727354368ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet: !/js22222222/status/130674500114194432ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 10/30
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/130686517139079169ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Daily Tweet
      !/clc408/status/130734039261917184ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/130698257042124800ReplyCancel

    • Ellie W

      I took the pledge.
      Now that I’m in my 40′s I need reading glasses to see anything up close. If I forget to put them in my purse I am helpless if I have to read anything while I’m out. It makes me realize every time how important good eyesight is.
      Thanks for the giveaway!
      eswright18 at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Ellie W

      tweet
      !/eswright18/status/130754230591037441
      eswright18 at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Heather!

      I took the pledge, and asked that the eye exam be given to somebody in or near my zip code!
      Thanks!
      h4schaffer at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Heather!

      I shared on Facebook!

      h4schaffer at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Heather!

      I tweeted about the campaign!
      !/hybroanglid/status/130760300717817856

      h4schaffer at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Cathy Wallace

      10/30 !/cjwallace43/status/130794822087876609ReplyCancel

    • kjasus

      i took the pledge. as a eyeglass wearer since high school this is so important!ReplyCancel

    • kjasus

      i tweeted
      !/raggammuffin/status/130797561895333889ReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      I took the VSP eye pledgeReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      I shared on facebookReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      Joanne Schultz referred me #1ReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      Joanne Schultz referred me #2ReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      Joanne Schultz referred me #3ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/130998473280593920ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Daily Tweet
      !/clc408/status/131010411888779264ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet: !/js22222222/status/131013410040201216ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 10/31
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/131014826037231616ReplyCancel

    • Terri Martin

      Tweeted
      !/phoenixgrill/status/131029202576228352ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/131062217754951681ReplyCancel

    • Ellie W

      Daily Tweet @eswright18
      eswright18 at gmail dot com

      !/eswright18/status/131087639972556804ReplyCancel

    • Suzanne K

      I’ve taken the VSP pledge AND scheduled my annual eye exam!ReplyCancel

    • Mike

      Made the pledge!

      mtdoonmeister at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      daily tweet!

      !/JenniferCNP/status/131179216715792384ReplyCancel

    • Roxann

      I took the pledge. I took the pledge to help a child get a pair of glasses and I believe eye health is important so that everyone can be able to see the best that they are capable of.ReplyCancel

    • Roxann

      I shared on facebook.ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/131350335057952769ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 11/1
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/131401627130273792ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Daily Tweet
      !/clc408/status/131411487431462913ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/131451939920691200ReplyCancel

    • Courtney

      Thanks to your click, a child in need
      will now receive a free eye exam and
      glasses from VSP® Vision Care.

      i took the pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Ellie W

      Daily Tweet @eswright18
      !/eswright18/status/131490387222216705
      eswright18 at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Michelle Small

      I took the pledge….I health is important to me because I have had a lot of family members who have had eye problems and surgeries. Important for me to be able to see my children.
      rsj2000mrs@gmail.comReplyCancel

    • Michelle Small

      tweeted
      !/rsj2000mrs/status/131499602330398720
      rsj2000mrs@gmail.comReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      daily tweet!

      !/JenniferCNP/status/131516390275420160ReplyCancel

    • Jill Myrick

      I took the VSP Eye Pledge.
      To me eye health and regular eye visits are extremely important in maintaining your sight at it’s best.
      My children have both wear corrective lenses and have since they were very young.
      They get regular yearly eye visits always.

      jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]comReplyCancel

    • Jill Myrick

      I tweeted the giveaway as jlsc123 here:

      !/jlsc123/status/131534070436995073

      jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]comReplyCancel

    • Barbara Platt

      I took the pledge, because I do take regular eye exams and children deserve the same.ReplyCancel

    • Barbara Platt

      I pledge to myself to make an eye appt. before the end of the yearReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Shockley

      tweet
      !/mngirlinssp/status/131606904676954112ReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Shockley

      shared on FB
      !/permalink.php?story_fbid=313894388626881&id=1849884229ReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/131691338658889728ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 11/2
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/131736779404476416ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet: !/js22222222/status/131738993703403522ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Daily Tweet
      !/clc408/status/131784124435406849ReplyCancel

    • Aisling

      I took the VSP Eye Pledge and know how important good vision is, particularly for children. If kids can’t see in school, they certainly can’t learn.ReplyCancel

    • Angela Cisco

      I took the pledge.ReplyCancel

    • Angela Cisco

      Tweeted !/angelasbits/status/131838413493125121ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/131821728283365376ReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Peters

      I took the eye pledge.. My 8 year old has glasses and may even need surgery on her eyes.. so I know how important eyecare is
      xxbeccaannxx@gmail.comReplyCancel

    • Debra F

      I took the pledge and eye health and exams are very important for kids….I know because on eof my sons is legally blind in one eye and even with corrective lenses, it has affected his reading ability and success in schoolReplyCancel

    • Debra F

      tweted
      !/fairydancer35/status/131873757672390656ReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      daily tweet!

      !/JenniferCNP/status/131880379266244608ReplyCancel

    • Theresa M

      I took the pledge because I know the importance of eye health. Children who can’t see, don’t learn in school. Also, my daughter was getting frequent headaches. When we got her to the eye doctor he said it was because she needed eye glasses. Since she’s had her glasses, no more headaches!ReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      daily tweet !/bsw529/status/131894806954770432ReplyCancel

    • Jill L

      I took the pledge. I actually went to get my eyes checked just the other day. It had been a few years and my eyes were starting to worry me.ReplyCancel

    • Jill L

      Tweeted the campaign !/chipdip2010/status/131918240011137026ReplyCancel

    • Andrea Z

      took the pledge, eye health has always been important to my family due to my Great Grandmother loosing her sight from diabetes she had taken care of me when I was very little and I remember the anguish my Great Aunt and Grandmother went through and how easy it was to have prevented.ReplyCancel

    • Andrea Z

      shared on FB ReplyCancel

    • Andrea Z

      tweeted !/nscpbrat/status/131916173611761664ReplyCancel

    • Kathleen Ophelan

      Took the pledge.ReplyCancel

    • Kathleen Ophelan

      Shared on Facebook today. 11/02/2011.ReplyCancel

    • Adam Levine

      I was referred by Kathleen Ophelan.ReplyCancel

    • Adam Levine

      I took the pledge. 11/2.ReplyCancel

    • Adam Levine

      Shared on facebook. 11.02.2011ReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Shockley

      Tweeted
      !/mngirlinssp/status/131973650663489536ReplyCancel

    • Jill L

      Tweeted the campaign !/chipdip2010/status/132050541370023936ReplyCancel

    • ryan minton

      I took the vsp eye pledge because its important to help children in need, and being one who wears glasses i know how important taking care of your eyes is!:)

      rypm25@aol.comReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/132074429109911552ReplyCancel

    • ryan minton

      tweeted!

      !/Rypm25/status/132074362709872640

      rypm25@aol.comReplyCancel

    • Tara

      Took the VSP eye pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 11/3
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/132107424298565634ReplyCancel

    • Erica C.

      I took the pledge. I’ve had glasses since I was 6 months old so I know how important it is to stay up on my eye health.ReplyCancel

    • Helen S

      I took the Pledge!ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet: !/js22222222/status/132153602063081472ReplyCancel

    • I took the pledge because it’s hard for kids to do well in school when they can’t see two feet in front of them. I know because I needed glasses in grade school but was too afraid to speak up because we couldn’t aford them.ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Daily tweet
      !/clc408/status/132190023381561344ReplyCancel

    • Tammy Darling

      I took the pledge! I have poor vision and know how important sight is!ReplyCancel

    • Leslie S.

      I took the pledge.Thanks!
      lstanziani(at)yahoo(dot)comReplyCancel

    • Lisa L

      I took the eye pledge. Eye health is very important as if a child cannot see properly, then they can’t learn properly either. I actually had an eye exam last month, I try to take one every year.ReplyCancel

    • Ellie W

      Daily Tweet @eswright18
      eswright18 at gmail dot com

      !/eswright18/status/132213180427550720ReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      daily tweet !/bsw529/status/132216347634577410ReplyCancel

    • Rosey

      I took the pledge, and shared it on Twitter.
      I think eye care is important because as with any health issue, you want to catch things early so they do not progress too far along for an easy fix. In addition to that, good eyesight (either natural or correctively-so) is important from everything to reading, to seeing a lecture on a black/white board, to driving, and many thing in between.ReplyCancel

    • Stephanie La Plante

      I took the pledge because I think eye health is important for education. There’s a lot of reading involved in school.ReplyCancel

    • Rosey

      I tweeted the campaign.
      !/mail4rosey/status/132216442090303488ReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      daily tweet!

      !/JenniferCNP/status/132241763053219840ReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/132139211796119552ReplyCancel

    • Tesa S.

      I took the pledge. I remember getting my first pair of glasses when I was a kid. I was simply in “AWE” for a couple of days. Everything was so crisp & clear! I’ve unfortunately passed my eyesight on to both my kids, but I make sure they are kept up to date on their prescriptions, especially while they are in school.ReplyCancel

    • Tesa Shelton

      Tweeted: !/tesashel/status/132243130044006400ReplyCancel

    • Cindy D

      Tweet – !/Dove056/status/132243517702549504
      Dove056 at aol dot comReplyCancel

    • Michelle Hagewood

      Took the pledge!

      boylaneely at hotmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Michelle Hagewood

      Tweet: !/JustMarriedMom3/status/132246419758260224

      boylaneely at hotmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Michelle Hagewood

      Directed the donation to my zip code, personalized my pledge, & added it to their wall.

      boylaneely at hotmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Jennifer C

      I took the pledge. I was #30857. My daughter has poor vision and has been in glasses since she turned 2, so I know the importance of eye exams.ReplyCancel

    • Pauline M

      I took the pledge and I’ve learned with my children how important it is to get eyes checked. It can make such an improvement to their learning habits when they can actually see what’s going on.

      and I tweeted: !/pauline15/status/132266161000824833ReplyCancel

    • LUCINDA HABEL

      I clicked because I know how eye health is important and I know it is expensive. My five yr old daughter has worn glasses since she was 2, she is blind without them. Eye care is so very important.

      katiesmommy1 at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • Theresa Clift

      I took the pledge and I believe that eye health is important because w/o sight your life experiences would be halfReplyCancel

    • Theresa Clift

      tweet !/fullmontecarlo/status/132292245381578752ReplyCancel

    • brian e.

      Thanks for the giveaway…I took the VSP Eye Pledge to help out a child in need, and to remind myself to get an annual eye exam.

      senorpiero [at] yahoo [dot] comReplyCancel

    • brian e.

      Tweet: !/brianpiero/status/132308019403948035ReplyCancel

    • Candice Hopper-Owrey

      I took the pledge. it is so important. I have HORRIBLE vision and if I didn’t have glasses I would pretty much be dependent on others to care for me. It is so sad to imagine there are people out there that can’t see and could…ReplyCancel

    • Angela Cisco

      daily tweet !/angelasbits/status/132324445288284160ReplyCancel

    • Sarah L

      Pledged.
      Thanks for the contest.ReplyCancel

    • Debra P

      I took the VSP Eye Pledge to help children. I feel it is crucial to have eye health for the future for learning and to be able to see the beauty in the world. It would be awful to not be able to afford glasses and I’m glad this will be helped.ReplyCancel

    • Debra P

      I shared the VSP Eye Pledge on Facebook : Dee Pearlstein

      tyReplyCancel

    • joseph gersch jr

      I took the pledge because so many kids need glasses that cannot afford themReplyCancel

    • ferriz

      i took the pledge. it is important because eye sight is important. i have a history of bad eyesight on one side of the family and early detection is key.ReplyCancel

    • ferriz

      tweeted @xferria2

      !/xferriza2/status/132393765074771968

      @xferriza2 *ReplyCancel

    • Rebecca Shockley

      tweet
      !/mngirlinssp/status/132395235958472705ReplyCancel

    • robyn paris

      I took the pledge and did so cause it is the best to helpReplyCancel

    • Geoff K

      Daily tweet: !/guettel78/status/132415073548369922ReplyCancel

    • clynsg

      I took the pledge. I have worn glasses since the 2nd grade and have been legally blind for many years, so I am very aware of how important eye care is. In addition, my daughter and grandchildren all wear glasses or contacts, so my family is also aware of how necessary routing checkups are.ReplyCancel

    • mistysunrise

      I took the pledge and I think that eye health is important, because if you get regular screenings, you can catch things early,

      itsjustme62613 at gmail.comReplyCancel

    • Nadine L

      I took the pledge and I did it because I think I always took eyesight for granted until I recently began having changes in my own and now realize how important it isReplyCancel

    • ryan minton

      tweeted

      !/Rypm25/status/132440061705863168

      rypm25@aol.comReplyCancel

    • Nadine L

      I tweeted !/eyzofblu63/status/132440805808939008ReplyCancel

    • dddiva

      I took the pledge because a misdiagnosis almost blinded my daughter- she’s fine now, but went for almost 2 years “legally blind” until we moved to another state and got the proper treatment for her.ReplyCancel

    • Joanne Schultz

      tweet: !/js22222222/status/132462369233313792ReplyCancel

    • Terry C

      I took the pledge. I know people neglect their eyes because they cannot afford an eye exam. That is one thing that gets put on the back burner when money is tight. It is important to take care of your vision because once it’s lost you usually can’t get it back.ReplyCancel

    • Terry C

      tweeted

      !/tlcfromtn/status/132461694118137856ReplyCancel

    • Susan Smith

      I took the pledge because getting annual eye exams are important.ReplyCancel

    • Marcie W.

      My daily tweet 11/4
      !/MDub70Deuce/status/132466751748321280ReplyCancel

    • Jaclyn Reynolds

      I took the pledge and am a proud mom of a 10 year old who wears glasses and had eye surgery when he was 4. :)ReplyCancel

    • Cynthia C

      Tweet
      !/clc408/status/132479116837531648ReplyCancel

    • S Carter

      I took the pledge. I do take good care of my eyes and will always continue to. My family has a history of eye issues so we are accutely aware of good healthcare habits.ReplyCancel

    • Judy Chapman

      I took the pledge, I know healthcare is important I have a child with type 1 diabetes and it effects her eyes and everything.ReplyCancel

    • barbara wright

      daily tweet !/bsw529/status/132509932485488640ReplyCancel

    • Amy DeLong

      took the pledge,because it is important for everyone to have good eyehealth
      ardelong2(at)gmail(dot)comReplyCancel

    • Iliana Blair

      I took the pledge for the eye exam . It is very important to do this 2x a year My optometrist found a broken vessel which led my doctor to find I had high blood pressure that was not being treated.ReplyCancel

    • Eric

      I took the VSP Eye Pledge to help provide children in need of an exam. It’s important to get reg. screened to make sure all is ok. We take our vision for granted.ReplyCancel

    • betty rood

      i took the pledge! it is so important for eye health,,so many people that cant see and what they miss! every child should have the right to see the world as it is ,not blurred or dark,,cant imagine a child in darkness !
      alwaysatryin2 at gmail.comReplyCancel

    • betty rood

      TWITTERED N FOLLOW AT @nannato5
      alwaysatryin2 at gmail.comReplyCancel

    • ginette4

      daily tweet
      !/ginette4/status/132514519162421249ReplyCancel

    • CATHARINE R

      Took the pledge. It is so important to identify vision problems early. It can make a huge difference in a child’s success in school.
      ceriehl at gmail dot comReplyCancel

    • CATHARINE R

      Tweeted the pledge: !/norcalgal52/status/132542657762304001ReplyCancel

    • CATHARINE R

      Shared pledge on Facebook: Catharine Elizabeth
      !/norcalgal52/status/132542657762304001ReplyCancel

    • Pam

      I took the pledge and just called for us to get an eye exam next week.ReplyCancel

    • Christy Weller

      I took the pledge because eye care is very important. My wish is for every child to be able to see.

      cweller75@gmail.comReplyCancel

    • Jennifer Marie

      daily tweet

      !/JenniferCNP/status/132589565050490880ReplyCancel

    • Cindy D

      Tweet – !/Dove056/status/132598353233059840ReplyCancel

    • Harriett Daniel

      I took the pledge! The eyes are so essential to one’s being. You can survive with out them, but you are even greater with them.ReplyCancel

    • Harriett Daniel

      Tweet: !/MrsHarriett/status/132607934348795904ReplyCancel

    • Marci

      I took the pledge! I feel it’s important for all children to have an eye exam and get the treatment they need. Eye health is important at all ages, but especially for children who are developing.ReplyCancel

    • Sand

      I took the pledge. I’ve worn glasses since a child and eye health is very important to me.ReplyCancel

    • carol y l

      Thanks to your click, a child in need
      will now receive a free eye exam and
      glasses from VSP® Vision Care.
      I took the pledge. It is so important because if you lose your site you lose so much! It is important to take care of your eyes.
      spcale at yahoo dot com.ReplyCancel

    • Jeanette Hamilton

      I took the pledge. Taking care of your eyes is very important.

      Thank you for the great giveaway!!ReplyCancel

    • Kayce Crews

      I took the pledge and #2 and #3.ReplyCancel

    • Kayce Crews

      retweet !/_PenelopeNYC/status/132410281266659328ReplyCancel

    • brian e.

      Tweet: !/brianpiero/status/132636118918234113ReplyCancel

    • Betty C

      I took the pledge. My entire family gets regular eye exams. It’s a major concern of mine because I love to read so much.ReplyCancel

    • Charity S

      I took the pledge. I’ve always worn glasses, and it’s important to keep my eyes healthy.ReplyCancel

    • Charity S

      tweet

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    • najwa

      wow never touch thatReplyCancel