Operation Eye Sight Congratulates Heather Moyse on winning the "Gold" in
women's Bobsleigh

TORONTO, Feb. 25 /CNW/ - Operation Eye Sight Universal congratulates Heather Moyse on bringing home the "Gold" at the Vancouver Olympics.

Kaillie Humphries and Heather Moyse led a one-two Canadian finish in women's bobsleigh, winning gold on Wednesday Night at the Whistler Sliding Centre.

Heather Moyse is an ambassador for Operation Eye Sight, which is an organization that is helping to overcome preventable blindness.

"I have a passion for helping those who are at a disadvantage. Being an Olympian is important because it opens up these opportunities to give a little more weight to my name or my voice behind what I want to change in the world," the 31-year-old said.

Operation Eyesight is a Canadian international development organization dedicated to preventing and treating blindness throughout the world for more than 45 years - primarily in South Asia and Africa. We help local medical professionals provide comprehensive, sustainable eye care and community development for the people of the world who can least afford it. Since 1963, Operation Eyesight has prevented blindness in more that 35 million people.

SOURCE OPERATION EYESIGHT UNIVERSAL

For further information: For further information: Lindsay O'Connor, Head of International Media, oconnor@operationeyesight.com, (647) 404-4469, www.operationeyesight.com

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