LasikPlus’ Wounded Warrior Project Partnership
Giving Renewed Sight to Heroes Who Have Served
LasikPlus provides free laser vision correction to Wounded Warrior Project alumni, who are wounded U.S. military veterans, and their spouses or caregivers.
At LasikPlus, we’re dedicated to serving those who have proudly served this country as a Wounded Warrior Project partner. We provide free laser vision correction to injured U.S. veterans and their spouses or caregivers regardless of economic conditions. We’re happy to transform the vision of heroes who have risked their lives for our country and the people who care for them.
David L. Thomas, a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West point and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of LasikPlus, explains the decision to support this cause: “With two major military operations in play, more and more U.S. servicemen and women are coming home with life changing injuries. What many don’t realize is that even simple daily tasks such as putting on glasses or contact lenses are virtually impossible due to a wide range of injuries for thousands of our heroes. LasikPlus is doing our part to help these men and women alleviate one less daily burden while enhancing quality of life.”
Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring and empowering injured veterans. The organization strives to raise awareness and obtain aid for severely injured servicemen and women as well as provide programs to meet these wounded heroes’ needs. The Wounded Warrior Project’s Executive Director, Steven Nardizzi, stated “It is an honor to partner with LasikPlus and help our wounded warriors receive the gift of enhanced vision. We urge wounded warriors from across the country to contact us to learn more about qualifying for the program.”
And veterans who have taken advantage of the program attest to the transformation laser vision correction has made in their lives. Captain Stephen Bett was grateful for the free treatment both he and his wife received: “Thank you for [treating] myself and my wife; it has improved the quality of our lives.”
If you would like to learn more about Wounded Warrior Project, please visit the official Wounded Warrior Project website.