It was in 1993 that Dr. Kulin Kothari, driven by a near obsession of making India blind free, established Vision Foundation of India (VFI). An esteemed ophthalmologist, he started the organisation to eradicate curable blindness. Ever since, VFI has been enabling the treatment of destitute from all parts of India.
Vision Foundation of India empowers these people by giving them eye care free of cost, through state of the art infrastructure and instruments. It believes that a lack of money should never be the reason to have poor or no vision.
VFI provides free eye checkups and surgeries for the downtrodden of the society. The quality of eye care and medical technology is still beyond the reach of most afflicted people in the country. The foundation therefore helps by giving them quality eye care free of cost, through advanced infrastructure and equipment.
VFI has steadily increased its reach to the rural parts of India. The Foundation has operated lakhs of patients and conducted free eye camps in both rural and urban parts of India. Dr. Kulin Kothari firmly believes, lack of money should never be the reason to have poor eyesight.
To be the leading force in the fight against preventable blindness in India.
To reach out to deserving and needy individuals suffering from curable eye ailments and to provide quality, timely and affordable treatment.