EYE-Q Cares

EYE-Q is proud to give back to the community by supporting local not-for-profit organizations. If you have a special event coming up and would like to request a donation from us, please download the contribution request form. For those charities that have received a donation from EYE-Q in prior years, it is not a guarantee you will receive a donation again this year. As you may imagine, we receive hundreds of requests each year, and we want to be able to help many different organizations. Please submit your application as early as possible and allow 45 days for processing. Submit to: donations@eyeqcares.com

Upcoming Events

Valley Children's Hospital Telethon

August 16, 2018

Valley Children’s is a nonprofit, state-of-the-art children’s hospital with a medical staff of more than 550 physicians. In California, they treat more inpatient cases than any pediatric hospital north of San Diego. With 358 licensed beds, Valley Children’s Healthcare is one of the largest pediatric healthcare networks in the nation.

Veterans Day Parade

November 11, 2018

The Fresno Veterans Day Parade honors our veterans from all branches. The parade is held in Downtown Fresno and has grown leaps and bounds over its nine decades of existence.

Hinds Hospice Gala 2018

September 7, 2018

Hinds Hospice is here to provide comfort care and support that adds quality of life to the natural end-of-life journey. As a trusted hospice care provider since 1981, Hinds Hospice is here for the communities of Fresno, Madera and Merced counties. Hinds Hospice consists of a professional staff of 190, over 300 devoted volunteers and a dedicated Board of Directors. This organization is here to help those living with a terminal condition, their caregivers and those who have lost a loved one.

Valley Animal Center Volunteer Day

December 8, 2018

The Valley Animal Center houses thousands of cats and dogs annually until they are placed in loving homes. Day-to-day shelter capacity can comfortably accommodate more than 100 dogs and 300 cats, and emergency capacity can accommodate 200 dogs and 500 cats.

The Valley Animal Center is a community-supported organization. Financial support is derived solely through donations from the community, grants, program services, and fundraising efforts. Unlike traditional shelters, no funds are received from government sources.

 

I want to personally thank you for your generosity. It is our goal to build the Fresno Art Museum into one of America’s premier arts organizations by expanding our exhibition purview, establishing innovative educational programming and by increasing community dialogue and participation. Your contribution will make all of this possible.

Linda Cano Executive Director, Fresno Art Museum