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Donate your old glasses and sunglasses

If you’re a glasses-wearer, there’s a good chance you have an old pair of frames tucked away somewhere. Bring them to a Warby Parker store, and we’ll have them recycled or refitted for someone in need.

Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand

Donate your old glasses and sunglasses

If you’re a glasses-wearer, there’s a good chance you have an old pair of frames tucked away somewhere. Bring them to a Warby Parker store, and we’ll have them recycled or refitted for someone in need.

Here’s how it works


  • Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand
    Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand

    Drop off glasses or sunglasses in good, wearable condition—from any brand!—at any Warby Parker store.

  • Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand
    Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand

    We ship donated frames to Lions Club’s Eyeglass Recycling Centers, where they are cleaned, calibrated, and repaired.

  • Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand
    Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand

    The Lions Club Recycle for Sight program distributes the refurbished glasses to communities in need worldwide.

Got questions? Peruse our FAQs.

Yes! We accept donated frames in partnership with the Lions Club Recycle for Sight program.

We believe in vision for all

Collecting eyewear donations is just one of the ways we help people see. For every pair of Warby Parker frames purchased, a pair of glasses is distributed to someone in need through our Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program. To date, that’s 15 million pairs and counting. And, as we work toward expanding access to vision care, we’re continuing to find ways to reduce our environmental impact.

Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand
Girl Posing with Head Resting on Hand

We believe in vision for all

Collecting eyewear donations is just one of the ways we help people see. For every pair of Warby Parker frames purchased, a pair of glasses is distributed to someone in need through our Buy a Pair, Give a Pair program. To date, that’s 15 million pairs and counting. And, as we work toward expanding access to vision care, we’re continuing to find ways to reduce our environmental impact.