Steve and Christine Myers of The Visual Bucket List Foundation accept a check Tuesday, Aug. 14 from ReVision. The $1,757 will be used to send a local family to Disney World. MANSFIELD — Through the ReVision Gives Back program, ReVision LASIK and Cataract Surgery presented a check to The Visual Bucket List Foundation Tuesday which will be used to send a local family to Walt Disney World later this year. ReVision donated $1,757 to the Mansfield-based non-profit foundation that provides unique ‘bucket list’ experiences for children with severe visual impairments to create special visual memories that will last a lifetime. “It adds some validity to our cause when a local business seeks us out and wants to do a fundraiser for our foundation,” said The Visual Bucket List Foundation co-founder Christine Myers, commenting on the business’s kindness and generosity. She and her husband Steve Myers founded the non-profit after their daughter, Lizzie, was diagnosed with Usher Syndrome Type 2A at age 5. After experiencing a generous pay-it-forward gift within their own family, the Myers were inspired to continue the giving by raising funds to provide experiences to other families and children facing severe or total vision loss. To raise awareness and additional funds for great works of The Visual Bucket List Foundation, ReVision launched a ‘Video Views for Dollars’ Facebook campaign. Steve and Paige York, Director of Development at ReVision LASIK & Cataract Surgery, created a video sharing the mission of The Visual Bucket List and posted it on Facebook asking viewers to watch and share the video. For every video view received within a 24-hour period, ReVision pledged to make a matching dollar donation. Within 24-hours of posting the video on ReVision’s Facebook page, it reached 4,075 Facebook users, was shared 81 times and viewed 1,757 times. Besides being an opportunity to support the nonprofit, the intent of the social media engagement was to bring even more awareness to The Visual Bucket List Foundation. ReVision’s $1,757 donation will help fund a princess-themed trip to the Walt Disney World Parks for two Richland County girls facing diagnoses of total […]