November 21, 2012 10:55 ET
CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Nov. 21, 2012) - Operation Eyesight Universal
It's the most wonderful time of the year!
It's also time to think about gifts for the special people in your life. And we all have people who are next to impossible to shop for.
Avoid the usual shopping madness this season while supporting projects that transform lives. Calgary-based Operation Eyesight Universal's Gift Guide program offers meaningful gift ideas that touch two lives this holiday season - one is a friend, associate or loved one and the other is a person in need in Africa or India.
Operation Eyesight presents five gift ideas for the hard-to-buy-for people on your list (all prices Canadian):
Each unique, tax-deductible gift is sent to the recipient as a colourful greeting card, personalized with your message. It also includes a special tag describing the gift you selected. The tag can be displayed on a tree or fridge or even used as a bookmark.
Making a difference is easy. Simply order Operation Eyesight gifts online at www.operationeyesight.com/giftguide or call toll-free 1-800-585-8265.
Operation Eyesight is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of avoidable blindness in parts of the developing world. We work with medical professionals and communities in Africa and India to help provide quality eye care programs and sustainable community development. For fifty years, through the support of our donors, millions of the world's poorest people have had their sight restored or protected. To learn more about Operation Eyesight's work, visit www.operationeyesight.com.
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Operation Eyesight UniversalNatalie DawesDonor Communications Project Manager403-670-2638; Cell: 403-404-1817; Toll Free: firstname.lastname@example.org
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A young visitor checks out the inventory at Watborg Eye Services' optical shop just outside of Accra, Ghana. Photo by Wairimu Gitahi. Courtesy of Operation Eyesight Universal.