12th Annual Houston Eye Stroll for Vision

Mark your calendar to join us at the Houston Zoo on October 8, 2022, beginning at 7am, for a spectacular stroll to support Prevent Blindness Texas. The 12th Annual Houston Eye Stroll for Vision is an event for the entire family, groups of friends, and even teams of coworkers. Walkers will wind their way through the zoo stopping to show off their costumes, earn candy, and learn animal vision facts. Door prizes, animal experiences, face painting, and breakfast will be waiting at the conclusion of the walk. The Eye Stroll raises money for critical, sight-saving services, so be the first in line to sign up. Click here for more information and to register.

Save the date for the Women’s Health and Vision Symposium on Thursday, November 3, 2022, at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. 
Keep your eyes peeled for registration information coming soon.

Circle of Caring

The Circle of Caring is Prevent Blindness Texas’s giving society most generous annual donors committed to our vision of preserving sight and preventing blindness – making healthy eyes a priority in Texas.

For more information, please contact the Anna Middlebrook Development Manager at 713-526-2559, Ext. 105 or [email protected].


$1,500/One Year | $125/Month

1. Everything listed in Guardian plus:

2. Invitation for you, and a guest, to VIP events at all flagship events.

3. Coffee with the Board of Directors and CEO of PBT.


$1,500/One Year | Could Support 150 Children Receiving Screening Services


$1,000/One Year | $88.33/Month

1. Everything listed in Advocate plus:

2. Attendance for you and a guest at Dark Dining Houston event and opportunity to dine with PBT leadership at the event.


$1,000/One Year | Could Support Services, Including Screening, Education and Navigation for 28 Adults


$500/One Year | $41.66/Month

1. Recognition on the Prevent Blindness Texas website.

2. Attendance for you to a flagship event, of your choosing, in Texas.


$500/One Year | Could Support Exams and Glasses for 10 Children