Visit our partners, affiliates, and supporters.
Palmer Eye Institute
The nation’s #1 eye hospital,
and home of the Florida Lions Eye Bank since 1962.
Donate Life Florida: Florida residents can register
to be an eye, tissue, and organ donor today!
Bank Association of America
Eye Bank Association of America: The nationally
recognized accrediting body for eye banks.
Lions Clubs are major supporters
of over 50 eye banks worldwide, including the Florida Lions Eye Bank.
Alliance Organ Recovery
Life Alliance Organ Recovery Agency: The organ procurement organization serving
South Florida and the Bahamas, and a partner of the Florida Lions Eye Bank.
United Sight: United Sight is a group of independent eye banks that promote the free
exchange of ideas and information in an effort to reduce the global burden of blindness.
Academy of Ophthalmology
The largest membership association of ophthalmologists in the United States.
A worldwide organization devoted to saving the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.
A global organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of avoidable blindness,
Pan American Association of Eye Banks
and operator of the Flying Eye Hospital, a fully equipped mobile teaching hospital and surgical facility.
The Pan American Association of Eye Banks provides education, medical standards,
Keratoconus Foundation (NKCF)
training and certification and assistance with the establishment of eye banks throughout North,
Central and South America and the Caribbean.
The National Keratoconus Foundation provides information, support and advocacy
Dystrophy Home page
for patients with keratoconus, a thinning disorder of the cornea that causes visual distortion
The Corneal Dystrophy Foundation exists to increase awareness of corneal
U.S. Government information on organ and tissue donation and transplantation
dystrophy, a condition in which the cornea thickens and becomes cloudy and painful.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides extensive information
United Network for Organ Sharing
about eye, organ, and tissue donation, as well as the benefits of donor designation.
A nonprofit scientific and educational organization that facilitates the organ-matching
and placement process via a congressional-established network of medical professionals.
An organization providing information, resources, and support
to patients with macular degeneration, a progressive eye condition affecting 15 million Americans.
An organization dedicated to improving the lives of glaucoma
patients and funding innovative research to find a cure.