Eyecare Plus Optometrists in Forster, Tuncurry, Taree and Gloucester outlets are offering free glasses to people who have lost their homes, and as a result their glasses, in the bushfires.
"They don't need to have seen us in the past. In fact the people we've seen so far were patients who got glasses elsewhere," Taree and Gloucester owner, Peter McKay said.
To date, Mr McKay's stores have seen three people.
"We're expecting a few more over the next week or so and we've got systems in place so we can get them made within a few days," he said.
The offer includes basic multifocals, bifocals, reading and distance glasses.
"With multifocals it generally gets a bit tricky because there's lots of different designs, so we're able to offer basic multifocals at no charge.
"For people who need a bit more of an advanced design, our suppliers are helping us out and we are able to do those at a reduced cost.
"Most people just need something to get them out of trouble, so we're really just trying to help them read to fill out forms and do all of the stuff they need to do."
The offer comes after Forster and Tuncurry practice owner, Dale Rolfe called Mr McKay "right in the middle of everything" and put forward the idea.
Mr McKay was immediately on board.
To book an appoint at Eyecare Plus in Taree and Gloucester call 6552 5044, or in Forster and Tuncurry call 6554 7817.