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Save Someone's Eyesight With Just £2
Tom Davies is creating two pairs of limited edition Martian Sunglasses formed from a meteorite from planet Mars.

We have launched a Just Giving fundraiser for Orbis. Orbis UK is a registered charity dedicated to saving sight worldwide. Orbis focuses on the prevention of blindness and the treatment of blinding eye diseases in developing countries through hands-on training, public health education, advocacy and local partnerships.

Donate just £2 and you will be automatically entered into a prize draw to win one of our exclusive Martian Sunglasses.

"A couple of months ago pre-Covid19 I planned a trip to travel to the Sahara desert on the hunt for meteorites. Not being able to leave on this adventure, I went for the next best thing - I purchased a piece of NWA6963 meteorite on Amazon! This meteorite is a rock that detached from Mars and is characterised by unique purple, red and green tones, the perfect element to my exclusive new sunglasses design."

-Tom Davies

A £2 donation could help give someone the gift of sight. So donate what you can, even just £2 and you will automatically enter this exciting prize draw and win a piece of Mars while doing something priceless for someone who needs your help.

Orbis has a Flying Eye Hospital that travels the world, helping to prevent avoidable blindness. Just £20 could help provide someone in a developing country with a cataract surgery (that's 10 tickets to enter into the draw to win the Mars sunglasses!) As a special bonus, you may also bid on the second pair. After all, if you are going to make a pair of sunglasses out of Mars, you might as well make two!

Let's fight avoidable blindness together.
Union Jack acetate sunglasses by Tom Davies on grey background
Making Acetate Plate from Martian Meteorite