“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

Mary Poppins, umbrella in hand, floats on-stage as the audience surveys this iconic scene, but for over 130,000 people in Missouri, this theater experience is impossible.

Many families gather around the evening news in their living rooms, but for Frank Pratl and grandson J.D. Maher, gathering around the news happens at MindsEye.

From skinned knees to stomachaches, everyone has spent time with the school nurse. For Ruth Crafton of St. Louis, MO, the students she met in the schools taught her about the world.

“Saludos amables oyentes, les Saluda nuevamente Jenny Trim en una nueva edición de La Hora Latinoamericana!

Most of us recognize this as Spanish even if, for many of us, the meaning is lost. This relatively simple introduction has an important purpose though. For MindsEye listeners, this comes across the airwaves Fridays at 11 pm. This is the Latin American Hour.

On Friday, February 6th, The 12th annual MindsEye Soirée Pour La Vue set new records for attendance and funds raised. The record setting 245 guests and valued sponsors helped raise over $95,000.