Wilcox Grant Funds Vision, Health Services

LIHUE — Project Vision Hawaii, which provides free vision and health screenings to Hawaii’s underserved communities, has received a $20,000 grant from G. N. Wilcox Trust.

The funds are being used to help Project Vision Hawaii build capacity and staff on Kauai. The organization brings vision screenings to low-income individuals on the island through its program, “Better Vision for Keiki.” This grant also supports “WE: A Hui for Health,” a collaboration providing health services to remote areas and underserved populations.

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