11/10/2017
Sight for all.

Words by

Sophie Wells

For the second year running, Sydney-based eyewear brand Oscar Wylee will be donating 100 per cent of its profits on World Sight Day to charity.

Sight For All is the brand's charity partner, which raises funds to deliver eye health care for free to developing countries.

Oscar Wylee aims to raise over $20,000 tomorrow, which is a 200 per cent increase from last year’s efforts. 

The partnership is in line with its core mission to deliver high-quality eye health care and close the gap in the provision of eye health services.

World Sight Day is taking place tomorrow October 12 and you can show your support by purchasing any pair of Oscar Wylee glasses in-store or online. 

oscarwylee.com.au

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