Philanthropy Work

We donate 5% of all our profit toward the Children's eye Foundation. We are lucky enough to be able to work alongside this amazing charitable organization. 


About this program:

Children's eye Foundation purpose is to help children to see well & have good vision for life, and to prevent the #1 cause of vision loss among children, amblyopia (lazy eye).  No child with a vision problem should get missed. 

The most important things people seem to misunderstand is the importance of vision screening in children so you can detect silent disease before it steals sight. Yet many parents are confused about vision exams vs. vision screening. 

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends every child’s eyes be screened routinely starting at age 12 months, to catch or prevent vision loss in time.

CEF’s Screen Eyes Early (SEE) campaign educates parents and professionals about, replica watchesvision screening standards and tools that make it possible to identify silent disease early in life when treatment outcomes are best. Through education and awareness, we can all save sight in many thousands of children with preventable or correctable vision problems. See your best, get a vision test. You can stop preventable vision loss in kids.

How Donations Help to Fund Specific Needs:

$10 provides educational resources for our Screen Eyes Early campaign to heighten awareness about childhood vision loss.

$25 reaches 100 pediatricians with vision screening and amblyopia prevention information, and provides information about how to incorporate instrument-based vision screening in their practices.

$20 a month for a year – if 10 people make a donation of this size, CEF can send a doctor from an underserved country with a high rate of preventable childhood blindness to the AAPOS Annual Scientific Conference to learn the latest advancements in the treatment and prevention of vision disorders in children.

$40 a month for a year – if just 2 people make a donation of this size, CEF can send a pediatric ophthalmologist to present the esteemed Costenbader Lecture at the annual AAPOS Scientific conference, the world’s premier annual meeting on pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus.

$50 – if every AAPOS member made a donation of this size, CEF could award 10 Early Investigator Research Grants to qualified researchers. These $10,000 seed grants fund critical research could lead to the next generation of advancements in preventing, treating or eradicating childhood eye diseases, and these grants help pediatric ophthalmologists launch careers as physician scientists.

$100 honors the extraordinary achievements featured in the Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus Hall of Fame, preserving the history of the profession and inspiring the future by highlighting magnificent achievements.

$500 funds one year of our online library of parent-friendly information about children’s eye care. $1000 supports the Costenbader Lectureship for one year, enhancing medical education for pediatric ophthalmologists.

$2000 funds a Miller Travel Grant for an ophthalmologist from an underserved country attend the AAPOS conference to gain new information & specialized training in pediatric ophthalmology.

$2,500 supports a workshop that will train international doctors to improve delivery of sight saving Retinopathy of Prematurity care in rural or underserved areas of the world.

$5,000 funds CEF development of new programs and builds a stronger Foundation base.


All this information can be found on If you have any questions please feel free to contact us or the Children's eye Foundation.



Size chart


Face Size Guideline

Face Size(Temple to Temple) Suggested Frame/Sunglasses Size
Below 115mm or below 4.5 inches Small
115mm or 4.5 inches Small
121mm or 4.75 inches Medium
127mm or 5 inches Medium
130mm or 5.125 inches Medium
135mm or 5.25 inches Medium
152mm or 6 inches Large
Above 152mm or above 6 inches Large


Framing Size

Frame Size Eyeglasses Sunglasses
Small below 48mm below 55mm
Medium 48mm-55mm 56mm-64mm
Large  Above 55mm Above 64mm


Find your current frame size

You may also use a pair of sunglasses you currently own to determine your best size. Frame sizing is typically noted on the inside of either temple (see illustration below). The eye/lens size is usually first, then the bridge size, then temple size. Use the eye/lens size to determine the best frame size.

The eye size is typically going to be the most important size for identifying how a pair of sunglasses will look. The eye size number measures the width of the lens, measured from the bridge, in millimeters. The bridge width is the distance between the lenses in millimeters. And the third number is the length of the temple in millimeters.

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