Courtney Abraham
Courtney Abraham's Fundraiser

See a world without visual snow

Help make a difference to the lives of all people affected by visual snow syndrome. Even a small donation will help me reach my goal and fund critical research

$0 towards $500

For all my life I thought I was having the same visual experience as everyone else, struggling to see at night battling a cloud of static, having floaters come and go, sensitivity to light, after images and even glowing halos around objects. This year I finally got my answer and was diagnosed with visual snow syndrome.


Visual Snow Syndrome
is a neurological condition. This means there is nothing wrong with the eyes of the people affected but in the process of communication between the brain and eyes something goes wrong which impacts an individual’s vision, hearing, and quality of life. Patients see flashing lights, flickering dots, and static, which obstruct their visual field 24/7. There is no relief for them, even when their eyes are closed. VSS also causes many other debilitating visual & non-visual symptoms.

Visual Snow affects an estimated 2-3% of the world’s population. The VSI has already heard from people in over 71 countries and counting! Your Donation goes to...critical VSS research, global awareness, treatment development to reduce VSS symptoms, and additional resources that will benefit VSS patients, as well as the medical community.

VSI’s global research team consists of physicians, scientists, and researchers: visualsnowinitiative.org/teamvsi

A donation to the VSI means funding for their efforts to further groundbreaking discoveries, access valuable information, and developing treatment options or a cure for Visual Snow Syndrome.

What The Experts Are Saying - Supporting VSI - Making A Difference

visualsnowinitiative.org/experts-are-saying

For more information about how the VSI is raising awareness, fostering education, and finding solutions for VSS, please visit their website: visualsnowinitiative.org

Just a small donation will go a long way to helping me meet my goal for the Visual Snow Initiative. Funding critical research towards treatment for myself and many others who are affected.