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Registration for the CEBF Annual Golf Tournament is now OPEN!

Join us on the golf green on June 20 in the name of local vision research and restored vision for generations to come.
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Over the Edge
Lifebanc’s signature Over the Edge event was held September 3, 2021. CEBF Board Member Colleen Flynn Goss for the second time rappelled a Cleveland skyscraper in the name of eye, organ, and tissue donation to raise funds for Northeast Ohio ophthalmology research.

Watch Colleen's Rappel

BreadLove Partnership
In August and September 2021, CEBF partnered with BreadLove Cleveland, an organization providing unparalleled homemade bread to raise dough that helps make the word a better place.

Proceeds from BreadLove go directly to CEBF this quarter. BreadLove, thank you for your support!

CEBF Inaugural Golf Tournament, “Keep Your Eye On the Ball”
On June 21, 2021, Cleveland Eye Bank Foundation raised funds for local vision research with a day of golf. This event included a continental breakfast, box lunch, beverages, prizes, side games, and a chance to win a three-year lease of a 2021 Hyundai Sonata with a hole-in-one.

We’re already looking forward to next year’s event!

Virtual Vision Research Symposium
October 2020 brought CEBF’s first signature Vision Research Symposium.

This free event brought together top physicians and researchers at Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute, University Hospitals Eye Institute, & Akron Children’s Hospital. Researchers presented their latest ophthalmic work, funded by CEBF and now published in Ophthalmology Times.

Check Presentations at Cleveland Clinic & University Hospitals
In February of 2020, CEBF presented checks for the first of three installments of the $300,000 grants being gifted over three years. These grants will allow CCF and UH to carry out research to advance eye disease treatments and cures right here in Cleveland.