first aid kits
Flex Aid updates this page as the primary needs of partners change.
Yep - the ones by the pharmacy. Pick these based on the frame style you like best more than the lenses.
Big or small, these kits include always-needed supplies like bandages, alcohol and iodine swabs, and cotton balls.
Any size and type will do, but remember that kids love fun and colorful.
These reusable bandages are coated with stickiness or include fasteners to keep the wrap secure.
While organizations take a lot of different items, Flex Aid believes that simple is best and often most in-demand. This page is updated based on these needs. All items shown are covered by FSAs without a doctor note or prescription, readily available at any drug store, and range in price, so you can combine items to use all of the FSA funds you want. Have $200 left over? You can get four $50 first aid kits!
Don't over-think it - any item that your drug store sells that's similar to what's below will help!
Buy them with your FSA debit card if you have one, or purchase on you own and request reimbursement.
No matter what, be sure to save your receipt. Many FSAs will request that you show proof of purchase.