Thanks to those who support The Society through their gifts, resources and time most services are provided at no cost to the individual.

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Life Stories

Read just a few of the stories of those that have been helped by the Society.

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2015 Visionary Gala

Join leaders in business, medicine, media, philanthropy, and social work as the St. Louis Society for the Blind & Visually Impaired hosts The Visionary Gala awards.

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Other Resources

Find out about many of the resources available for people who are visually impaired.

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GiveSTL Day, May 5, 2015

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We are counting down the days!  Just one week until GiveSTL Day!

Give STL Day is a partnership between the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation and more than 500 local nonprofits.  This online event hopes to motivate hundreds (if not thousands) of donors from every neighborhood in St Louis to come together on a single day to raise significant funds for local needs.

The Society is proud to be a part of this online event and we encourage you to visit to learn more.  And don’t forget to visit on May 5 to make your donation!


Help Us Spread the Word

It is refreshing and encouraging when we get positive feedback for what we do from local corporations and organizations, such as:

  • A local funder acknowledging one reason they financially support our work is because of  how we  look at the individual as a whole and provide services where the individual needs it, either at our agency, their home or in the community


  • Enterprise Holdings donating 7 Garmin GPS devices for our employees to use as they travel over 75,000 mile each year providing services in homes and the community


  • The Hillsboro Lions Club, after hearing more of what we do, acknowledged we are one of the best kept secrets around, by making a charitable contribution to support our work

If only more knew about us and how we can help someone with vision problems, whether school-age or an adult of all ages. Please help us spread the word.

David Ekin, President