It’s true, many hands make light work – and we’re incredibly grateful for the many volunteer hands in our Calgary office. We currently have 18 office volunteers who help us with various projects on a weekly basis. They do everything from folding tax receipts to producing videos, approaching each task with a fun, can-do attitude.… Continue reading Many hands make light work: Thank you volunteers!
Calgary (where our organization is headquartered) and much of southern Alberta was devastated with a record-shattering flood last week. We received more than a month’s worth of rain in a day; and that, combined with melting snow in the nearby Rocky Mountains, created havoc. While fortunately few lives were lost, the staggering losses of property,… Continue reading Through flood or drought, water unites the human race
Last week, we experienced the thrill of opening a new facility for Watborg Eye Services, just outside of Ghana’s capital city of Accra. This is an important development for Operation Eyesight, and we hope our supporters are as excited as we are. As I mentioned in last week’s post, this hospital has the potential to… Continue reading Celebrating a new hospital in Ghana (Part 2)