Our mission: Transforming the way people see, to improve the way people live.
We are a company founded on a technological breakthrough that has revolutionized eyewear, and we are a business built on a vision to bring sight to the world. The ability to see clearly changes lives – it increases productivity, fosters independence, and helps people reach their potential.

Since our origin 10 years ago, our social soul remains fundamental to the Adlens story, as we seek to provide universal access to vision correction through social partnerships. These partnerships have been designed to help organizations bring promising eyecare and eyewear solutions to more people. We have worked with a number of global organizations to provide product and field training to underserved populations.

Square-Logo-JPGVision for a Nation
The UK charity’s mission is to provide local access to eye care and affordable glasses in emerging nations. In the first programme of its kind Vision for a Nation is working in Rwanda, which has just 14 ophthalmologists for a population of 10.5 million people – 85% of whom live in rural areas. It is supporting the Government of Rwanda to train nurses in every health centre across the country to provide front-line eye care and affordable glasses. Vision for a Nation is transforming lives and by 2017 aims to have screened over 1 million people, provided 300,000 people with glasses and referred 250,000 people for specialist treatment.


Fight for Sight
Fight for Sight

Fight for Sight is the UK’s largest charity dedicated to funding pioneering eye research to prevent sight loss and treat eye conditions.

The charity raises funds to support eye research into a wide-range of eye conditions including; macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataract, and diabetes retinopathy, as well as rare eye diseases. The charity receives no government or statutory funding and is entirely dependent on voluntary donations.

Adlens supports Fight for Sight by donating a percentage of the profits from their instant eyewear range. For more information please visit Fight for Sight.