Handmade basket with ceremonial bowl, coffee, toys, and other items picked up by Dr. Paul Bernstein while providing care to patients in Ethiopia.
Minimum bid: $45
Mask from Bhutan used to ward off evil. Donated by Robert and Carolyn Hoffman.
Minimum bid $10.00
Hammock from Micronesia made from recycled fish nets.
Minimum bid: $25
Dark wood carved animal bowl from Tanzania.
Minimum bid: $50
Handmade African sock doll dressed in African fabric with table runner made from African fabric. Donated by Julie Crandall.
Minimum Bid: $25
Brown wood bowl set with carved animals from Tanzania.
Carved wooden globe box set from Tanzania.
Minimum bid: $40
Dark wood oval bowl and turtle serving pieces from Tanzania.
Dark brown wood carved elephant with baby from Tanzania
Dark wood round bowl and elephant tongs from Tanzania.
No person with a blinding condition, eye disease, or visual impairment should be without hope, understanding, and treatment.
There are 39 million blind individuals worldwide and 285 million with some form of visual impairment; 90 percent of them live in poverty in the developing world. A blind adult will only live two-thirds as long as sighted peers.
Four out of every five blind people could be cured at any modern eye clinic, but most lack access to care--sometime due to expense, but often because there are not enough doctors.
The John A. Moran Eye Center
65 Mario Capecchi Drive,
Salt Lake City, UT 84132