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“There are so many great organizations out there waiting to help people who have lost their vision. I’m glad MindsEye makes a point of connecting listeners to them.” - Rita, retired accessibility instructor

Cinderella running from the ballroom; a dress worn by Jackie Kennedy; Captain von Trapp ripping a Nazi flag from his window; or a portrait of Van Gogh – these iconic moments and artifacts are beloved by so many – but for over 130,000 people in Missouri and over 240,000 in Illinois, these experiences were limited until now.

You are familiar with MindsEye and the work the station does. You may even volunteer. You’ve come to events. You’ve donated. But how many listeners do you know?

Wine-pull participants at the Soirée may have been surprised when they received their prizes.

If you had to take the interests of MindsEye supporters and put them in one phrase what would it be?

On Saturday, May 14th, MindsEye supporters gathered at the Infield II of Busch Stadium at Ballpark Village for the second annual Vision for the Game. The day featured a ceremony to honor individuals who have supported blind athletics and the game of beepball and a live beepball demonstration.