$3.25 million in donations expands access to quality vision care for Oregonians

Casey outreach volunteer holding thank you sign.
Casey Community Outreach Program volunteer Meaghan Smith holds a sign thanking The Roundhouse Foundation and Heather Killough for their combined $3.25-million donation to the program. (OHSU)

Philanthropic gifts totaling $3.25 million will support OHSU Casey Eye Institute Community Outreach Program

Announcing two new philanthropic gifts totaling $3.25 million to the Casey Community Outreach Program. These generous donations from the Roundhouse Foundation and Oregon philanthropist Heather Killough are making it possible to dramatically expand the free mobile clinic services we provide and save more Oregonians from preventable blindness. Read the full OHSU News story.

Building on a decade of success, the funding will be used for:

  1. Enhancing expertise at the local level
  2. Using technology to deliver instant expertise, anywhere,
  3. Purchasing a new mobile unit and refurbishing the existing one

We are extremely grateful to our donors for this funding, and feel fortunate to have such wonderful friends, volunteers and community partners who share our commitment to reaching more individuals in need of vision health services.