Support the Charlotte Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Man & Woman of the Year Campaign and Restore Your Vision Too

Dr. Jonathan Christenbury donates a LASIK eye surgery to support the Man & Woman of the Year Campaign. Dr. Jonathan Christenbury and the Christenbury Eye Center donated a LASIK eye surgery to be included in the Silent Auction at the Grand Finale celebration of the Charlotte Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's annual Man & Woman of the Year Campaign.

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Leukemia Society, Man & Woman of the Year Campaign

Audry Cox and Hamilton Grant, Boy & Girl of the Year

We look forward to this exciting event every year. Knowing that our local community will directly benefit from our donation makes us very proud to be involved.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 06, 2014

Dr. Jonathan Christenbury and the Christenbury Eye Center donated a LASIK eye surgery to be included in the Silent Auction at the Grand Finale celebration of the Charlotte Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's annual Man & Woman of the Year Campaign. The annual fundraiser allows local philanthropists to run their own donation campaigns to compete for Man and Woman of the Year. The candidates who raise the most money receive this distinguished honor. All proceeds are raised in honor of this year's Boy and Girl of the Year, Hamilton Grant, 7 years old, and Audrey Cox, 3 years old. Audrey and Hamilton were both diagnosed and treated for ALL Leukemia and are in remission and well today.

The Campaign continues until June 7, 2014, when it comes to a close at the Grand Finale celebration to be held at the Center City Marriott, in Charlotte, NC. Christenbury Eye Center encourages the Charlotte community to support the Society's work to raise funds for Leukemia and Lymphoma by making a donation and/or purchasing tickets to the Grand Finale Celebration.

All proceeds raised are used to fund the needs of blood cancer patients in the Charlotte area. To date, Christenbury Eye Center has provided both monetary and procedure donations that have helped raise more than $20,000 for this worthy cause, and Dr. Christenbury hopes this year's donation will bring even more valuable funds to help those cancer patients in need of assistance.

Dr. Christenbury said, "We look forward to this exciting event every year. Knowing that our local community will directly benefit from our donation makes us very proud to be involved. We encourage our patients and community to participate by donating to the campaign and attending the celebration where they can bid on many valuable items, including ours."

People wishing to donate to the Man & Woman of the Year Campaign may visit the Man & Woman of the Year Campaign page which provides a list of this year's local candidates. Grand Finale celebration tickets can be purchased on the Events page.

For more information about LASIK eye surgery and our other vision correction services, contact Christenbury Eye Center at (877) 702-2020, visit the Christenbury Eye Center website and our Facebook page for more information.

About the Christenbury Eye Center

Dr. Jonathan Christenbury established Christenbury Eye Center in 1987 and is known for his groundbreaking work in vision care. For more than a decade he has consistently been one of the first surgeons in the Carolinas to perform many pioneering vision care procedures including LASIK, Visian ICL, and ReSTOR.

Dr. Christenbury performed the first LASIK procedure in the Carolinas in the early 1990s and since that time has performed more than 75,000 laser vision correction procedures. He also performed the first IntraLASIK procedure on the East Coast in 2002 and the first WaveFront Customized IntraLASIK in the Carolinas in 2005. In the Spring of 2005, the doctor was the first Carolinas eye surgeon to perform the ReSTOR® procedure, used both for the treatment of cataracts and for Presbyopia, eliminating reading glasses and bifocals. Today, Dr. Christenbury is the most experienced ReSTOR surgeon in the United States.


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