Charitable campaign "To see more - to live better"
July 8, 2017, from 10:00 to 18:00, in all hypermarkets Auchan in Ukraine a charity event "To see more - to live better" will be held, that is aimed at prevention and verification of visual acuity! Organizers of the campaign are the United World Cultures Foundation (UWCF), the AUCHAN Ukraine office and the "Luxoptica" company. They invite everyone to check their visual acuity for free, get useful advice on eye health and advice from an ophthalmologist.
July 8, 2017, from 10:00 to 18:00, in all hypermarkets Auchan in Ukraine a charity event "To see more - to live better" will be held, aimed at prevention and verification of visual acuity!
The charitable campaign "To see more - to live better" in Ukraine will take place as part of a large-scale international movement of the Auchan hypermarket chain "We are for good, healthy and local".
The purpose of the campaign is to draw people's attention to the problem of preserving the eyesight and caring for the health of the eyes.
Providing a person's vital activity is the preservation of vision - one of the main channels for information on the outside world. That is why it is important not only to provide assistance to those who already have vision problems, but also to seriously take care of the prevention and timely diagnosis of vision, to apply methods of preserving human vision. The eye disease usually begins and often flows imperceptibly and many people do not know about their illness.
Organizers of the campaign are the United World Cultures Foundation (UWCF), the AUCHAN Ukraine office and the "Luxoptica" company. They invite everyone to check their visual acuity for free, get useful advice on eye health and advice from an ophthalmologist.
The place of the campaign - hypermarkets Auchan of Ukraine:
1. AUCHAN Fontanka (Odessa region, Kominternovsky district, Fontanka village Complex of buildings and structures No. 1 of the shopping center "Riviera")
2. Auchan Kryvyi Rih (Dnepropetrovsk region, Kryvyi Rih, the 30th anniversary of Victory Square, 1a, SEC "Sun Gallery")
The United World Cultures Foundation (UWCF) is a young team that develops Ukrainian charity, caring for gifted children, children with disabilities, orphans, children of ATO members and internally displaced persons (code USREOU 40088505, a sign of non-profitability 0036).
The activities of the UWCF Charity Fund are aimed at implementing programs and projects in the following areas: medicine and health, culture and art, science and education, sports.
In 2017, the UWCF Charity Fund implements the following charitable programs: "Walking to the Healthland", "Children of Avdiivka", "Let's improve children's lives", "Grand Prix", "Take kids away from the streets", " Genius of the future".
Representation of AUCHAN in Ukraine is the French trade network Auchan, whose representative offices in Ukraine have been operating since 2008.
Within the framework of the new Concept, AUCHAN decided to give a new meaning to its commercial activity by announcing a large-scale international movement "We are for good, healthy and local", which will be embodied in concrete actions of AUCHAN in favor of its customers, employees, society and the planet. One of the first initiatives is the project "To Live Better", through which Auchan undertakes to help its customers eat better, move more and take care of themselves.
Luxoptica is the largest national operator on the optical market of Ukraine with a 22-year history. In each of the 140 opticians, there is an ophthalmologist, eye diagnostic services are available, correction tools (glasses or soft contact lenses) are available, glasses are manufactured/repaired, and after-sales service is guaranteed.
There is a service for parents - kids.luxoptica.ua, where you can make an appointment for a consultation with a pediatric ophthalmologist online, get a hardware treatment or a night vision correction with the Paragon lenses.
Luxoptica introduced the "Healthy Vision" project, the goal of which is to draw attention to the problem of rapid deterioration of eyesight in children in Ukraine and the formation of a responsible attitude to their health in the society.