The Associated Press has teamed up with The Giving Pledge to give away free eyewears, heart-shaped cards, and charitable contributions to a charity that provides free eye exams and other eye care to people with HIV/AIDS.
The Giving Pledge is a national initiative that encourages people to donate by mail or online by providing a simple form to complete, and giving them the opportunity to claim a credit towards their donation.
The Giveaway is one of the most popular Giveaways on our site, with more than 3 million people giving away items.
This year, The Giving Pence donated a free eye exam kit, a heart shaped card, and a $10 gift card to the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, which provides free prescription eyewash.
The Texas health center is one in a number of community health centers across the country, and the Austin, Texas health system, which has a history of providing free eye care, is also helping with this year’s Giveaway.
This is the second year that The Giving Pences has helped with this Giveaway, with the first time being in 2018, when The Giving Party donated a donation card to a new school to help raise money for its new basketball coach.
The Austin school’s head football coach, Kevin Stallings, and his wife, Kayla, were able to donate a donation box to the new school and helped to help cover costs of the school’s new basketball program.
For the past three years, The Pence’s donated thousands of free eye screenings and eye exams.
The Pences have also donated millions of dollars in other charitable endeavors to various nonprofits, including the U.S. Army, the National Endowment for the Arts, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the World Wildlife Fund, the Salvation Army, and many more.
You can donate to all of these organizations on The GivingPence.com or through a number for each charity.
To help support local nonprofits that provide affordable eye care services, ThePence donated free eye examinations for the children of veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Pences are also making a donation to the New York City Department of Health to help veterans receive eye exams at no cost.
The Pences have also given away several hundred free eyeglasses, a $5 gift card, an $8 gift card for each of the three kids that serve in the military, and donated free prescription eye tests to some of the top universities in the United States, including Harvard, Stanford, and Yale.
The gift cards will be sent to eligible recipients on Sept. 15.
For a full list of local charities, go to The Giving GivingPledge.com/donate