This is the time of year to be grateful for what we have -- our family, health, etc. But, it is also time to help others in need. The folks at Alcon are doing just that, and you can help their cause -- The Alcon #EyeSawGood campaign. This campaign helps support Kids Vision for Life, by providing much needed proper eye care to children who could otherwise not receive. You can learn more about Alcon and their #EyeSawGood campaign by visiting their website here: www.theeyesolution.com.
How can you help? Simple...Just tweet a picture of "something good" -- this can be a fresh cup of coffee, your, a plate of freshly baked cookies, a sunrise, etc. Make sure to add the hashtag #EyeSawGood to your tweet. For your part, Alcon will be donating $1, up to $50,000, to help fund more than 1,000 eye exams and provide eyeglasses to children who need them. How great is that? I know for my family, I am grateful to have vision insurance that allows us to have our eyes checked on a routine basis, and get eye glasses when needed. But, for families that can't afford this insurance, they have to struggle, especially the children, to see all thing "good." Why not make these children's day by joining in and supporting the Alcon #EyeSawGood campaign, so that those children in need can see clearer all that is beautiful, including the "something good" pictures you and so many others will be tweeting this holiday season.
I just shared the following #EyeSawGood photo on Twitter, and can't wait to see what you will be sharing.
This is the annual gingerbread house created by the pastry chefs
at the Publick House in Sturbridge, MA
Don't forget to share this campaign news with family and friends and ask them to take a few moments out of their day to snap a photo of "something good" and tweet with the hashtag #EyeSawGood.
Disclosure: I participated in a campaign for Mom Central Consulting (#MC) on behalf of Alcon. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.