Reminder Nominations Close 15 September: The Inaugural Fred Hollows Foundation Award
– Recognising Commitment to End Avoidable Blindness
Win A DRS Camera valued at $16,000
Are you an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation providing eye health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities?
You could win a CentreVue Digital Retinography System – known as a DRS Camera – valued at $16,000 for your service. Onsite training on the installation, maintenance and use of the DRS camera will also be provided as part of the prize.
But hurry nominations close 15 September. Download the brochure for more information on how to enter.
Although Professor Fred Hollows died more than 20 years ago, his fierce determination and commitment to improving the eye health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people lives on through The Fred Hollows Foundation. The Fred Hollows Foundation’s Indigenous Australia Program works with Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHO) and other eye health stakeholders to improve the eye health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in remote and underserviced communities in Australia. The Foundation is launching its Inaugural Eye Health Award to recognise the significant contribution of an ACCHO to improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s eye health.