Dr. Mona Sandhu and her two optometric assistants, Samantha Kemp and Natalia Jette, teamed up with Nightshift Street Ministries to start vision clinics for those who couldn’t afford the services. Since the past year, they have provided over 100 low income or homeless people with eye exams and eyeglasses. Dr. Sandhu is hoping to help even more people in need but are limited in staff resources and time.

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