2021 Photo Contest Winners

On the behalf of National Keratoconus Foundation (NKCF), Keratoconus Australia, and UK-based Keratoconus group, we would like to thank you to everyone who participated in the "KC: Through My Eyes" 2021 World KC Day Photo Contest. We received 38 entries from 11 countries. Here are our winners! First-Place Overall: Mandi (MI, USA) When asked to … Continue reading 2021 Photo Contest Winners


Photo Contest

KC: Through My Eyes A Photography Contest for the International Keratoconus Community How does Keratoconus Affect your Outlook on the World? The US-based National Keratoconus Foundation (NKCF), Keratoconus Australia, and the UK-based Keratoconus Group invite anyone connected to the keratoconus (KC) community to share how KC affects perspective using photography. Patients, friends, family members, and … Continue reading Photo Contest

2021 Events

Keratoconus Through My Eyes: A World KC Day Photography ContestSubmit by October 31, 2021 "Focus on Keratoconus: A Live Webinar" - 4pm PST / Nov. 10Webinar hosted by Avellino LabsA recording will be available "Keratoconus Update - Ask the Experts" 5pm PST / Nov. 10Webinar hosted by OculusA recording will be available Chang Reaction Episode … Continue reading 2021 Events

Support NKCF

To make a contribution in honor of World KC Day, or in honor of a person close to you affected by keratoconus, please visit https://nkcf.org/donations/ to make a gift to the University of California, Irvine, which will be used exclusively to raise KC awareness through the National Keratoconus Foundation.

2020 Events:

GLAUKOS VIDEO SERIES In honor of World KC Day, Glaukos has partnered with the NKCF to launch a video series titled "KC Perspectives: Making an iMPACT" to highlight our commitment to keratoconus patients and their families. With this series, Glaukos will be featuring people who have a personal and/or professional connection to keratoconus and treatment … Continue reading 2020 Events:

Our Stories

Don't Let KC Be Your Story - Gary Abud Jr. It’s been about 25 years since I was first diagnosed with Keratoconus (KC), and over the years it has been a big part of my story but, at one time, it was my story. I can still remember my parents telling me, when I came … Continue reading Our Stories