As part of Dr. Rubinfeld's commitment to the concept of "Repair the World," an expression that speaks of humanity's shared responsibility to make the world a better place, Re:Vision makes a donation to a charitable organization of your choosing from the list below in honor of your laser vision correction procedure.

In addition, Dr. Rubinfeld is also honored to offer a discount to members of the U.S. Military, Emergency Responders (EMS/T, Firefighters, Police Officers, etc.), and teachers. Please inquire about these with one of our staff members if it applies to you.

Dr. Rubinfeld has always been committed to "Repairing the World." Here he is pictured treating a patient in Haiti while on a medical mission in 1985.


Achieves high-quality, low-cost eye care that can be sustained in the developing world for the long-term through training of local eye care teams and the building of eye care facilities. Learn more.

National Keratoconus Foundation

Dedicated to increasing the awareness and understanding of keratoconus and the support of scientific research into the cause and treatment of keratoconus. Learn more. 


Funds research to prevent vision loss and treat eye diseases. Learn more.

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Provides short-term small loans to people in developing countries to start up businesses and become self-sufficient. Learn more

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caring for cambodia

Provides a free education for over 6,600 impoverished children and everything a child needs to succeed, (food, clean water, uniforms, school supplies computers, transportation and basic healthcare). Learn more.

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Brings DC area communities together by preserving affordable homes and revitalizing neighborhoods. Rooted in the Jewish tradition of tikkun olam (repairing the world). Learn more

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Provides backpacks with essential items like toiletries, pajamas, activities and other items for children in foster care. The charity went from providing about 300 kits in 2013 to donating 7,000 to kids in the DC, Maryland and Virginia foster care systems last year alone. Learn more.