Balls 4 EyeballsCooper and Ethan Waisberg love playing tennis. They also love their grandmother, so much so that when she developed glaucoma, the two young men wanted to come to her aid and help other blind people in the process. Their way of helping: starting an organization with the mission of raising money to help fight blindness. The brothers said:
"Anyone who plays tennis loves the sound, and smell when a pressurized can of new balls pops open. But serious players know new balls lose some of their bounce within a couple of hours. In many cases, that means a new tin of three balls each time. But what happens to the used ones?"
Balls 4 Eyeballs collects used tennis balls and resells them at much lower prices than new ones. Cooper and Ethan donate the proceeds from used tennis ball sales in honor of their grandmother.
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"Once considered trash, used tennis balls are being sold to raise money for eye health"