Gift Certificates

VSP® Eyes of Hope® gift certificates provide adults and children in need with access to eye care and new glasses at no cost through a VSP network doctor in their community. Gift certificates are distributed through our national network of community partners.

Partner chapters, affiliates, or members, including school nurses, please visit partners.vspeyesofhope.com to request gift certificates for distribution in your community.

How to Qualify
 
How to Qualify
 

Get Help

VSP Eyes of Hope offers multiple types of gift certificates to address specific needs. Learn about the help available and how to qualify below. If you already have a VSP Eyes of Hope gift certificate, find a local VSP network doctor where you can make an appointment for an adult or for a child.

Youth and Children

Youth and Children

VSP Sight for Students® gift certificates provide youth and children up to the age of 19 with no-cost eye care and prescription glasses.

Who’s Eligible

  • 19 years of age or younger.
  • Family income at or under 200% of Federal Poverty Level guidelines.
  • No vision care coverage through a private insurer or government program.
  • Haven't received care through a VSP program during the last 12 months.

 

How to Access Help

  • Contact your child’s school nurse who can request a VSP Sight for Students gift certificate through one of our education partners.
  • If you’re unable to access through your child’s school nurse, Prevent Blindness may be able to help.

 

 
Adults and Children

Adults and Children

VSP Eyes of Hope full coverage gift certificates provide individuals in need with no-cost eye care and prescription glasses. Materials-only gift certificates are an option for individuals who already have routine eye exam coverage but do not have coverage for glasses and lenses.

Who’s Eligible

  • Individuals of any age.
  • Family income at or under 200% of Federal Poverty Level guidelines.
  • No coverage through a private insurer or government program for services covered by the gift certificate.
  • Haven't received care through a VSP program during the last 12 months.

 

How to Access Help

  • Contact one of our community partners, including Prevent Blindness, a local Lions Club chapter, the National Association of Community Health Centers, or UnidosUS.

 

 
Individuals Affected by Disaster

Individuals Affected by Disaster

Disaster relief gift certificates provide community members affected by disaster with no-cost eye care and replacement glasses.

Who’s Eligible

  • Individuals of any age.
  • Need eye care or replacement glasses due to a disaster, such as a fire, hurricane, tornado, or flood.
  • Have no vision insurance coverage or no available benefits through existing vision insurance coverage.

 

How to Access Help

  • If you’re a VSP member, call 800.877.7195 to have your benefits authorized.
  • If you don’t have VSP Vision Care coverage, contact your local American Red Cross chapter.

 

Learn more about disaster relief resources at disaster.vsp.com.

Education Partners

National Association of School Nurses
California School Nurses Organization (CSNO)
Communities in Schools
National Head Start Association
 

Community Partners

Lions Clubs International
National Association of Community Health Centers
Prevent Blindness
UNIDOSUS