At Honeywell, we’re not just shaping the future through technology breakthroughs, innovation and amazing materials. We’re also committed to supporting local communities and organizations that make our world a better place. The Research Chemicals (RC) business recently announced at the Fisher North America Sales Conference that it’s making a $10,000 donation to OneSight, an independent nonprofit organization that is committed to eradicating the global vision care crisis around the world.

OneSight strives for a world where access to vision care is no longer a barrier to human achievement and potential. Through their work, they provide access to quality vision care and eyewear in underserved communities worldwide. Since 1988, OneSight has partnered with local health organizations, governments, school districts, industry leaders, doctors and volunteers to help more than 10 million people in 53 countries.

“We did a thorough search to identify a Honeywell-approved charity that focused on sight-related ailments,” explains Meike Kuschel, Global Distributor Marketing, Research Chemicals. “This was in line with our broader campaign ‘See Clearer Results,’ focused on our Analytical Chemistry portfolio, which provides accurate and reliable results thanks to the high purity and quality of the chemicals we manufacture.”

“Our OneSight team received a very generous $10,000 donation from Honeywell in support of our programs,” declares Tracey Drzich, Head of Global Development, OneSight. “Like so many nonprofits, our funding has been severely impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak, yet there is still so much to be done to close the world’s vision care gap. Thankfully, we are lucky to have supporters, like Honeywell, who are willing to partner with us to help those in need.” 

“With the ‘See Clearer Results’ campaign, Fisher Scientific, Honeywell and OneSight are all winners,” concludes Meike. “The initiative enabled us to combine the best talents from Honeywell and Fisher to drive value for both companies while contributing to a larger cause.”