Project Vision Hawaii

Project Vision Hawaii (PVH) is a mobile screening fleet that provides free vision and health screenings to Hawaii’s underserved communities. The nonprofit operates three mobile screening units in an effort to increase access to health care. Project Vision works with community partners to deliver critical health care services with the goal of detecting and addressing health issues early on.

H&P provides consultation and media relations for PVH as well as its new program, HiEHiE, a mobile shower trailer that provides hot showers to people transitioning though homelessness on Oahu.

http://www.projectvisionhawaii.org

2017-08-03    Project Vision Celebrates 10 Years with Inaugural Eye Ball
2017-05-23    Vision Nonprofits Screen Nearly 250 Big Island Children
2017-03-22    McInerny Foundation donates $25,000 to Project Vision Hawaii
2017-03-15    G. N. Wilcox Trust donates $20,000 to Project Vision Hawaii
2017-03-14    VIDEO & PHOTO UPDATE: Project Vision Hawaii Celebrate 1,000 Eye Exams More Than 500 Children Getting
2017-03-14    VISION TO LEARN, PROJECT VISION HAWAII CELEBRATE 1,000 EYE EXAMS MORE THAN 500 CHILDREN GETTING FREE GLASSES
2017-01-17    Project Vision Hawaii receives $25,000 grant from Walmart Foundation for emergency preparedness supplies
2016-10-10    Non-Profit Vision Boosters Focus on Kauai Keiki
2016-09-08    Project Vision Hawaii receives $8,608 grant from Office of Hawaiian Affairs