There is nothing more powerful than reshaping the world for the better; to have a hand in eliminating a disease...

Claire Bonilla, CEO

Letter from the CEO

2017 was a year of growth and impact, with more than 33,000 corneas provided for transplant by SightLife and our global partners, representing 10% more than the previous year. In addition to expanding our efforts to China, Mexico and many countries across Greater Asia, we added two critical services to our holistic approach to eliminating corneal blindness by 2040: the launch of our prevention program in Nepal which trained 117 community health workers, and the rollout of SightLife Learning, a program that dramatically opened access to learning for eye bank professionals in developing countries.

As we continue to focus on building sustainable capacity so that countries are able to meet their own demand, I am heartened to see the results as local governments, community health workers, hospitals, eye banks and surgeons join the mission. In 2017, we trained a record breaking 282 surgeons resulting in 51% growth in corneal transplants year-over-year. We also saw the design, training and launch of the KGMU UP Community Eye Bank resulting in 404 corneal transplants in its first year of operations, making it the largest eye bank in all of Uttar Pradesh, India - the state with the largest population of corneal blind. As we continue working with existing partners and develop new relationships, I am inspired each day to see the effect we have together in eliminating corneal blindness. The progress is encouraging, but there are still 12.7 million people around the world who are corneal blind. The key is joining together in our mission to restore sight and to restore livelihood to the millions who are waiting for a transplant. There is nothing more powerful than reshaping the world for the better; to have a hand in eliminating a disease in our lifetime. Each transplant reshapes a life, a family and a community, ultimately changing our world through changing theirs.


Claire Bonilla

2017 Highlights


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A Programmatic Approach to Prevention

In 2017, SightLife - in partnership with Bharatpur Eye Hospital, The Proctor Foundation, Seva Foundation and Himalayan Cataract Project - continued implementation of the Village Integrated Eye Worker (VIEW) program in Nepal. The prevention program helps ensure those who suffer from eye trauma can access care which prevents the need for a corneal transplant. The program engages female community health workers to diagnose and manage corneal abrasions, effectively reducing the burden of corneal blindness.

Last year, 117 community health workers were trained to serve a population of 120,000. In 2018, SightLife will begin expanding the reach beyond the Chitwan Valley in Nepal, scaling this program as a model for similar prevention programs that will be developed in other regions and countries.

Approximately 50% of future cases of corneal blindness can be prevented if patients are given timely access to care.

Training of 117 healthcare workers for the Corneal Ulcer Prevention Program
Bharatpur, Nepal
Photos © SightLife

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Raising Funds to Restore Sight and Restore Lives

Surgeons Helping Surgeons

2017 marked the inaugural year of the Surgeons Helping Surgeons program, which builds on the success of our surgeon training programs by fueling philanthropic support from surgeons to train their peers around the world. $1,100 provides training for one corneal surgeon in a developing country proctored by expert local and international faculty.

The program helps raise funds and awareness of one of SightLife’s strategic initiatives which is to address the global challenge that there are not enough care providers worldwide to treat corneal blindness. In 2017, SightLife delivered specialized training for 282 corneal surgeons in underserved countries – 17% more surgeons trained than in the previous year, resulting in a 51% increase year-over-year in surgical volumes by course participants.

Surgeon Training Photos (Top to Bottom): New Dehli, India © James Lehmann;
Hyderabad, India © 2014 Margot Duane

"As a surgeon trainer in this program for the past few years I have seen firsthand the immeasurable impact these programs have to people in the developing world."

Audrey Talley Rostov, M.D.
Global Medical Director
Charter Member, Surgeons Helping Surgeons

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Building Partnerships and Capacity

SightLife Learning Programs

"True teachers are those who use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create their own."

Nikos Kazantzakis

SightLife Learning is a platform to not only open access to learning for eye bankers and surgeons in remote regions, but a forum where they can then reach back to assist others. The curricula focus on competency-based skills development and certifications through varied environments – Online, Classroom, and Conference – to reach more eye banking professionals and result in more sight-restoring surgeries worldwide. Learning opportunities include e-learning, webinars, in-person courses at eye banks, and conference based courses.

The first SightLife Learning Conference was held in 2017 in New Delhi, India and drew more than 150 eye bank professionals from nine countries to participate in skills training, certification, and industry leadership collaboration. In attendance were Eye Donation Counselors (EDCs), Eye Recovery Technicians (ERTs), Eye Bank Managers (EBMs), Medical Directors, Boards of Directors, and Eye Bank Association leadership; and ultimately SightLife certified 24 EDCs and 19 ERTs, approximately 20% of all EDCs and 9% of all ERTs from those regions.

Prior to attending the conference, participants accessed the learning content on SightLife Online, which included more than 40 technical e-learning modules and 70 other assets, such as videos and articles. Moving forward, SightLife Online is a scalable learning platform for global eye bank professionals providing technical courses, webinars, and community discussion forums.

SightLife Learning Conference 2017
New Dehli, India
© SightLife

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Rahul "The Hugger"

Bilateral Corneal Transplant Recipient
Pune, India

Rahul was born with Down Syndrome and lost his eyesight in both eyes at age six due to a childhood infection; but he was fortunate to receive a cornea transplant that restored his sight for 21 years. Rahul was unable to speak, but his warm hugs and delightful nature lit up the lives of all the people he touched. When his sight once again began to decline Rahul became despondent, suffered from nightmares, and cried silently in his room. Then at age 37, he received a new cornea and immediately his cheerful spirit returned! Being able to smile and see the smile returned to him brings more contentment than one can imagine, and it has made all the difference to Rahul and his family.

Corneal Recipient, Rahul, Age 37
Pune, India

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Eye Bank Center of Excellence

Uttar Pradesh, India

190,000 people suffer from corneal blindness in the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP), India. The 5th largest country subdivision in the world, UP didn't have a high performing eye bank that could meet the need in the state. This called for a new approach and as a result a first of its kind, public-private partnership was developed. SightLife, King George Medical University (KGMU), The Hans Foundation, and Sitapur Eye Hospital Trust partnered to create the KGMU UP Community Eye Bank, achieving industry leading eye bank growth in 2017, blazing a new path to ensure access to care for corneal blind people in a historically difficult region. The eye bank achieved 404 transplants in the first year and 700 transplants are projected for 2018. Equally important, it has served as a proof-of-concept for the role an eye bank can play in catalyzing development across many pillars including tangible state level development of policy, awareness, prevention, surgeon training, and of course, eye banking.

The KGMU UP Community Eye Bank
Uttar Pradesh, India
Photo © Mark Swatzell

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Our First Mandarin Geography Training Event

Taipei, Taiwan

Key staff from eye banks in China and Taiwan attended the Eye Banking & Tissue Evaluation Best Practices Workshop at National Eye Bank of Taiwan, Taipei. This was SightLife’s first training event in a Mandarin speaking geography, where more than 2 million can benefit from cornea transplant surgery, laying the groundwork for critical training events in China planned for 2018.

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Bilateral Corneal Transplant Recipient, United States

Jason grew up in an active family, playing sports and going to the beach – traditions he hoped to continue with his own children someday. Jason, however, suffered from a condition called Keratoconus in both eyes – a condition he described like peering at a prism through wax paper.

When Jason and his wife made the decision to adopt, he decided to get two corneal transplants so he could see again and be the father he wanted to be. Both his transplants were successful, and so was the adoption – Jason and his wife welcomed two little girls, sisters, into their family. Jason is now also able to continue his career as a guidance counselor at a performing arts high school.

Corneal Recipient, Jason, Age 31, with his wife and two daughters, holding the photo of his cornea donor, Nick.
Photo © 2014 Toni Cervantes

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Northwest Lions Foundation

SightLife was originally founded in 1969 by the Lions Clubs of the Pacific Northwest. Since then, SightLife has partnered with more than 250 local Lions service clubs to provide sight and hearing-related programs to low income residents in our regional communities.

The Northwest Lions Foundation – the SightLife division responsible for the mission of “Restoring Sight, Hope and Hearing” – had a banner year in 2017, working with Washington State regulators on early testing for sight or hearing loss in children, expanding mobile health screening programs to cover more than 34,000 children, providing hundreds of low income individuals with state-of-the-art digital hearing aids, and awarding grants to dozens of local sight and hearing organizations.

In 2017, SightLife gave more than $380,000 to support the Lions' community service programs, while the regional Lions Clubs raised another $150,000.

The Northwest Lions Foundation Sight & Hearing Health Screening Unit
Photo © 2011 Jerry and Lois Levin

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Financial Report

Selected Finanical Information*

*For full finanical information, please see SightLife's 2017 Form 990.

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2017 Leadership

Board of Directors

Board Chair Melody J. Summers
Vice Chair of the Board Vacancy
Secretary Diane Sabin
Treasurer, Finance/Audit Committee Chair Vacancy
General Elected Directors April Steinert
General Elected Directors Kush Parikh
General Elected Directors Marjan Farid
General Elected Directors Sapphira Goradia
Northwest Lions Foundation Board Chair Bill Lundin
SightLife CEO Claire Bonilla
Ex Officio Monty M. Montoya

Medical Directors

Co-Medical Directors David A. DeRose, M.D.
Sumit Garg, M.D.
Matthew Giegengack, M.D.
Douglas Holsclaw, M.D.
Matthew S. Oliva, M.D.
Associate Medical Directors Michael Banitt, M.D.
Neil B. Griffin, M.D.
Bennie H. Jeng, M.D., M.S.
Terry Kim, M.D.
Alan B. Leahey, M.D.
Rey Pangilinan, M.D.
Keith A. Walter, M.D.
Global Medical Directors Matthew S. Oliva, M.D.
Audrey Talley Rostov, M.D.


President & CEO Claire Bonilla
Chief Operating Officer Bernie Iliakis
Chief Talent Management Officer Gretchen Coker
Chief Financial Officer Howard Mendelsohn
Vice-President of Philanthropy Justin Marquart
Senior Advisor to the CEO Sandy Jeghers

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Who We Are

Founded in 1969 and based in Seattle, Washington, SightLife is a non-profit global health organization working to prevent and eliminate corneal blindness worldwide by 2040. Approximately 12.7 million people around the world suffer from corneal blindness, 98% of whom live in developing countries. SightLife’s efforts are focused internationally on prevention, community outreach, training and capacity building, policy, and advocacy; and in the U.S. on eye bank operations, educating and counseling grieving families, and working closely with hospitals and other donation partners to give the gift of sight.

Through our programs and partners, SightLife’s goal is to create sustainable eye care systems that help prevent sight loss and ensure that no one must wait for a sight-restoring surgery.

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We Are Grateful for Your Tremendous Support

The Goradia Foundation

Thanks to the generosity of the Vijay and Marie Goradia Charitable Foundation, all philanthropic gifts made to support SightLife’s work in India will continue to be matched 1-to-1, up to $1 million in 2018. This means your impact will be doubled as we work together to raise the necessary funds to ensure that all corneal blind patients in India can see the world through new eyes. In total, the Goradia family has committed more than $6M to support the SightLife mission in India.

Corneal Transplant Recipient with SightLife Global Faculty Member, Geoff Tabin, M.D.
Uttar Pradesh, India

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in memory of Linda Caldwell Melvin Williamson
in memory of Lorraine Budzak Emerson and Lea Bishop
in memory of Marge Shepherd Ida Malone
Harry and Janette Lippincott
Steve and Kathy Noble
Karen Durkee
Gloria Hardan
Tieton Lions Club
Yakima Lions Club
Toppenish Lions Club
in memory of Marilyn Neavill Emerson and Lea Bishop
in memory of Marilyn Robertson Emerson and Lea Bishop
in memory of Marjorie Samilson John and Lisa Larson
Jeffrey Samilson
Barbara Stephens
in memory of Mike Porter Emerson and Lea Bishop
in memory of Paul Labes Anonymous
in memory of Richard O'Neill Jacqui O'Neill
in memory of Rizal V Pangilinan, MD Dr. Rey Pangilinan
in memory of Roger Steinert, MD Sam and Romi Garg
in memory of Ron Heilman Ron and Barbara Nakatani
Judy Heilman
Carolyn Ream
Virginia and Kermit Eng
Sourabh and Shilpi Sinha
Gail and Ellen Charles
Beverly Dart; Louis, Barbara, and Dale Anderson
Virginia Skordal
Donald and Kathleen Ege
Jackie Carr
Nancy Bonnema
The Pangbom Family
in memory of Ron Silver Melvin Williamson
in memory of Sue Cooley Marcia Lagerloef
in memory of Teri Sue Lerch Anonymous
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in memory of Thomas Frederick Kalhorn Sara Magee
in memory of Thomas Lindquist, MD Man Kim
Sarah Horton
Robin Chalk
Teresa Miller
in memory of Tom Riffe Emerson and Lea Bishop
in memory of Troy D. "Curley" Griggs Anonymous
in memory of Jean Peterson Bellingham Harborview Lions Club
in memory of Lion Curtis Akland Yakima West Valley Lions Club

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