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CAMP HILL, Pa. – Geisinger Holy Spirit collected nearly 750 pairs of prescription eyeglasses, readers, and sunglasses this fall in partnership with local Lions Clubs. 

Geisinger Holy Spirit encouraged employees and patients to donate gently used glasses for use in countries where vision screening and eyeglasses are unavailable to the poor. Several Lions Clubs in southcentral Pennsylvania, including those in Camp Hill (District 14-C) and Lower Paxton Township (District 14-T), donated the collection boxes and will sort and ship the collected eyewear to distribution facilities in New Jersey and Virginia.

Additional donations of eyeglasses will be accepted on an ongoing basis in the hospital lobby, 503 N. 21st St., Camp Hill. 

For more information about the Lions Clubs Sight Programs, visit lionsclubs.org/EN/how-we-serve/health/sight/index.php.
Holy Spirit members donate glasses to Lions Club
L to R: Carl Winfield, Camp Hill Lions; Kathleen Fouse, Lower Paxton Township Lions; Kyle Snyder, chief administrative officer, Geisinger Holy Spirit; and Sister Mary Joseph Albright, director of mission integration, Geisinger Holy Spirit

For media inquiries:

Ashley Andyshak Hayes
Coordinator, Marketing & Communications

717-972-4043
arandyshakhayes@geisinger.edu