Welcome To The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation
Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) cares deeply about the vision health of all individuals living in the Greater Cincinnati region. In 2006, our doctors established a nonprofit organization, The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation, to preserve and improve sight.
With a focus on the local community, The Foundation offers programs and services to maintain a lifetime of good vision:
- Eye Care for Vulnerable and Underserved Populations
- Community Outreach & Education
- Education for the Next Generation of Eye Care Professionals
At The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation, we achieve our mission through partnerships with community agencies, educational institutions and other non-profit organizations. However, it is through the generous support of individuals like you that our programs and services are made possible.
I-CARE Partners Program: This is an opportunity for your business to provide preventive eye care for your employees. Let The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation provide an educational lunch and learn all about EYES. We also provide onsite vision screenings for a nominal fee. Please contact Amy Jones for a list of programs as well as pricing at 513-569-3643.
Please join us as we work together to improve
eye care and vision health in our community.
OneSight Vision Center at Oyler recipient of a check from the Cincinnati Woman’s Club to support student eye health through additional staffing and student transportation. Pictured from left to right Carri Van Pelt OneSight Foundation, Joan Ausdenmoore, Cincinnati Eye Association, Lauren Thamann-Raines, Cincinnati Health Department, Beth Munzel, O.D., Don Holmes Vice President at Cincinnati Eye Institute, CEI Foundation, Sara Alley, Cincinnati Woman’s Club, Dr. Marilyn Crumpton, Cincinnati Health Department, Dr. Rick Schwen, Cincinnati Board of Health, Mary Ronan, Superintendent Cincinnati Public Schools, Principal Hockenberry, Oyler School, Marianne Beard, Cincinnati Woman’s Club