Give the Miracle
of sight for $33

All it takes is $33 and a 12-minute operation to restore sight for someone with cataracts.

5-year-old Supid with family having his eyes checked by CBM field worker

On Miracles Day, Thursday 6 August, give the Miracle of sight-saving surgery to someone living in poverty.

Someone like 5-year-old Sudip from Nepal, who had cataracts in both eyes, leaving him unable to keep up with his friends or see the blackboard at school.

This year help us give the Miracle gift of sight to people around the world​

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What’s a Miracle?

A Miracle is a $33 gift that gives someone blind from cataracts the simple 12-minute sight-saving surgery needed to restore their sight.

Blindness to sight in 12-minutes… a Miracle.

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of people who are vision impaired live in developing countries

Did you know?

Cataracts are the leading cause of blindness. Although simple to treat,
cataracts often lead to permanent vision loss for people living in poverty
– who can’t access affordable eye-care and surgery.

Your $33 and 12-minute operation can change a life forever.

Change more than one person’s future by donating more Miracles!

Miracles Day FAQs

A Miracle is a $33 gift that gives someone blind from cataracts the simple 12-minute sight-saving surgery needed to restore their sight.

Blindness to sight in 12-minutes… a Miracle.

Thursday 6 August 2020.

This Miracles Day, you can join CBM Australia, Christian radio stations, CBM field partners, corporate sponsors, churches, groups and schools to give people the Miracle of sight.

For every dollar given to CBM Australia, 73 cents supports field programs around the world. This includes our work in preventable blindness and sight saving cataract surgery for those living with disability – the poorest of the poor in many countries.

CBM and our field partners run inclusive eye health programs around the world funding eye health work in:

  • Bangladesh
  • Indonesia
  • Philippines
  • Vietnam
  • India
  • Nigeria
  • Nepal
  • Ethiopia
  • Cameroon

Yes! Donations of $2 or more are tax deductible.

A smiling boy, 5-year-old Sudip dressed in his school uniform writes ‘thank you’ on school board
A smiling boy, 5-year-old Sudip dressed in his school uniform writes ‘thank you’ on school board

CBM Australia

56 Rutland Road,
Box Hill, VIC 3128

ABN: 23 005 326 849

CBM Australia has Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status with the Australian Tax Office.