Wounded warriors, their spouses, or caregivers are now eligible for free laser vision correction thanks to a partnership between the Wounded Warrior Project and LasikPlus.
“With two major military operations in play, more and more U.S. servicemen and women are coming home with life-changing injuries,” David L. Thomas, a West Point graduate and LasikPlus chief operating officer, said in a press release. “What many don’t realize is that even simple daily tasks such as putting on glasses or contact lenses are virtually impossible due to a wide range of injuries.”
Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization that strives to raise awareness and obtain aid for severely injured servicemen and women as well as provide programs to meet these wounded heroes’ needs.
“It is an honor to partner with LasikPlus and help our wounded warriors receive the gift of enhanced vision,” Steven Nardizzi, said in the release. “We urge wounded warriors from across the country to contact us to learn more about qualifying for the program.”
Contact Wounded Warrior Project to learn more about the organization and its partnership with LasikPlus.