#### excreationist

##### Married mouth-breather
Many people stay needlessly blind because they live in poverty. In developing countries, blindness denies people education, independence and the ability to work – things which can break the poverty cycle. But all this can be changed with as little as $25. Cataract treatment$25
In some developing countries, this is all it takes to restore someone’s sight and significantly change their future.

Eye technology
$100 With this money, up to 20 intraocular lenses can be manufactured and used in sight restoring operations. Surgeon training$88 /m
over 18 months
This covers the training of a much needed trachoma surgeon in Ethiopia – giving back sight to tens of thousands.

#### southernhybrid

##### Contributor
I have a few favorites, but number one on the list is the Bonobo Conservation Initiative. I spent my career providing care to humans, but when it comes to giving to charities, animal charities top my list. Bonobos are in danger of extinction, a heartbreaking thought to me. If only we humans were more like bonobos and less like chimps.