Details on the program are still coming together. There aren't specified donation locations yet, but the group says they will announce details in the next couple days.
“Many schools in developing countries don’t have resources for science education, and this is a rare opportunity that inspires students and teachers and shows them that science is something they can do. It can be a ray of hope for young people who don’t otherwise see a path to a career like this,” Astronomers Without Borders president Mike Simmons told Gizmodo.
The publication also notes that if you can't be bothered to wait a couple of days, you can mail your glasses to Astronomers Without Borders’ corporate sponsor, Explore Scientific, at 621 Madison Street, Springdale, Arkansas.
So, hang onto those glasses for a couple days and make an impact.
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