We’re inspired by the work and life of our founder, Kiwi eye doctor Fred Hollows, and his vision to provide high quality eye care to everyone who needs it.
We work with communities throughout the Pacific to restore sight and create sustainable change. We train local doctors, nurses and health workers to deliver eye care services in their own communities, and we partner with governments to strengthen local eye care systems. We build and equip clinics, and come up with innovative ways to reach people in need — like our Mobile Eye Clinic in Fiji.
Here in New Zealand we raise vital funds to support the delivery of this work.
Join us and become part of the team restoring sight to the needlessly blind across the Pacific.
Occasionally we have volunteer opportunities and internships available at our Auckland office. These roles can be great work experience and a good way to learn about the not-for-profit industry.
If you’d like to be considered for a volunteer role, internship or work experience based in Auckland, please send your expression of interest and up to date CV to email@example.com.
Right now we don’t have the capacity to take on any further medical staff.
We greatly appreciate your interest in helping us end avoidable blindness. If you'd like us to keep you in mind for future opportunities please send your expression of interest and up to date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a qualified professional with skills you wish to offer as a donation please send your expression of interest and up to date CV to email@example.com.
We’re committed to being socially and environmentally responsible in all that we do. This approach affects the way we go about our mission to restore sight in the Pacific. Our Auckland office is also committed to purchasing and promoting fair trade products in our workplace.
By choosing fair trade we’re also supporting Fairtrade ANZ who work in the Pacific region to ensure stable prices, decent working conditions, and the empowerment of farmers and workers. We want to be sure the products we use daily were traded fairly and give back to producer communities.