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Spec-Savers is offering free glasses to children aged 6 to 12, this is the info you need

Spec-Savers

Spec-Savers has helped nearly 200 000 children through their Kids Right to Good Sight initiative and this is how they can help your child.

 

Spec-Savers has been giving children between the ages of 6 and 12, free glasses since 2008. We first heard about this initiative last year when one of the mom’s in our office took her son to our local Spec-Savers to get his eyes tested.

She came back to the office in absolute shock. She had expected to spend a fair amount of money on the entire ordeal but she was beaming with excitement beacuse it was all free. Her son, a 6-year-old cutie-pie, got his glasses a week later and looked so adorable the whole office was oo’ing and ah’ing at him.

It is really simple to get an eye test for your child. All you need to know is below.

With parents’ permission, Spec-Savers offer a free eye test, pair of frames and clear lenses for South African children aged 6 to 12 years to dramatically improve their lives.

Terms & Conditions

  • This offer is subject to change.
  • The free frame can be chosen from a selected kiddies range up to an orange sticker, if more expensive frame is chosen a discount of R590 will apply on the selected frame.
  • The free lenses will comprise of clear polymer single vision lenses with a scratch resistant coating, any other lens enhancements will carry additional charges.
  • The eye test is subject to appointment availability (so please book early) and can be performed on a yearly base.
  • Errors and omissions excepted.


Sources: Spec-Savers
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Tyler Vivier
Tyler Leigh Vivier is a writer for Good Things Guy. Her passion is to spread good news across South Africa with a big focus on environmental issues, animal welfare and social upliftment. Outside of Good Things Guy, she is an avid reader and lover of tea.

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