Community Events

Prevent Blindness Texas participates in local community events and health fairs as part of our commitment to the community to promote a lifetime of healthy vision. 

We provide information and resources to help people protect their vision and improve their quality of life. We educate people about the risks of eye disease and the need for regular professional eye care, and we support the relationship between a patient and his or her eye doctor. We help identify adults and children at risk of eye disease and vision loss through certified vision screenings and trainings. We promote improved access to vision care toward a future when all Americans will enjoy the opportunity for a lifetime of healthy vision.

To view our upcoming community events, click here.

To request Prevent Blindness Texas participation in your upcoming health fair and community event, click here.


Lite Bites for Sight

Join the Central Texas Optometric Society  on September 5, 2019 at 6:30 pm at Fleming's downtown (320 East 2nd Street) to learn about Prevent Blindness Texas, what's happening in the Austin area and how you can get involved.

Register today!

Dark Dining in Houston


Join Us For Our Second Annual Dark Dining Houston  Event

Charles N.S. Soparkar MD, PhD, FACS

Prevent Blindness Texas is excited to host our second annual “Dark Dining” fundraiser on Thursday, September 26, 2019, at Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in River Oaks from 6 pm - 9 pm.  The evening will include an invitation-only VIP reception, silent auction, and three-course dinner with wine, while guests participate in a sensory experience designed to educate individuals about vision loss. 

6:00 pm VIP Reception (Invitation Only)

7:00 pm Dark Dining and Program

Purchase your tickets here

Eye Stroll for Vision in Houston!

November 16, 2019, will be our 9th Annual Eye Stroll for Vision at the Houston Zoo!

Register today!

Eye Stroll for Vision in San Antonio!


November 22, 2019, the San Antonio Eye Stroll for Vision will be at Sea World!

Register today!