Come out for a night of inspiration at the 2nd Annual Night for Sight Gala Fundraiser!
Support and connect with us during an evening of fundraising for their sight-saving programs with a silent auction, music, cocktails, and dinner.
During the evening, Prevent Blindness Georgia has the great honor of presenting Dr. Baker Hubbard with the 2018 Prevent Blindness Georgia Person of Vision award for his enlightened leadership and vision of medical excellence, which make Georgia a better place to live.
Last year, through the generosity and support of patrons, sponsors, and donors, the funds raised helped Prevent Blindness Georgia vision screen 11,150 children and provide 22 vision clinics to adults in need.
Thank you so much for your generosity and consideration of support!
For more information regarding sponsorships, tables, and tickets, please contact Mary Vidarte, Director of Special Events at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 404-266-1465.
Person of Vision Award
The Prevent Blindness Georgia Person of Vision Award honors an invaluable individual who emulates excellence in the eye care community through their patient care, professional integrity, and industry standards, creating a better vision for all of us. The Person of Vision’s distinctive leadership reflects a vision of “medical superiority” whose profound impact makes Georgia a better place to live.
The 2018 Person of Vision
G. Baker Hubbard III, MD is the Thomas M. Aaberg Professor of Ophthalmology within Emory University’s School of Medicine. He has served at Emory Eye Center since 2000 and currently holds the position of Chief of the section of Vitreoretinal Surgery & Disease. Additionally, he is Vice-chief of the Ophthalmology Service at Children’s Hospital of Atlanta, Egleston, and is past director of the Vitreoretinal Fellowship training at Emory Eye Center.