At Fighting Blindness Canada (FBC) we are motivated by a singular goal: develop new treatments for blindness and vision loss. This goal fuels all of the research we fund and everything that…Read More
We know that young people will steer the future of Canada and the world. We also know that they are under-served, overburdened by debt, and challenged by a precarious market. Young people…Read More
Fighting Blindness Canada is supported by an incredible, nationwide community of fundraisers and volunteers determined to restore sight. From participating in one of our three signature events, to creating and hosting your…Read More
Fighting Blindness Canada empowers people living with vision loss by providing informational resources to help manage and navigate their vision health care, and by advocating to bring new sight-saving treatments and cures…Read More
With major fundraising events throughout the year and a growing donor base, volunteers play an important role in helping us meet and exceed our fundraising goals. Join our volunteer community to help…Read More
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A Message from the President and CEO For 45 years, the Foundation Fighting Blindness has raised and directed critical funding into sight-saving research for blinding eye diseases. From our earliest days as…Read More
FBC-funded scientist Dr. Mike Sapieha is an associate professor at the University of Montreal. This year, he was the recipient of ARVO’s prestigious Cogan Award, which recognizes an outstanding researcher under the…Read More
This is a guest post written by Ramya Amuthan, who attended FBC’s Young Leader Summit in Vancouver. To learn more about the Young Leaders Program and upcoming Summits in Toronto and Halifax,…Read More
Each year, Cycle for Sight brings together members of the Fighting Blindness Canada community for the perfect one-day ride. From its roots as a “ride-along” part of Ride for Sight, Cycle for…Read More
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