Doing Good Can Be Fun
Raise a glass to end isolation at the Soirée pour la Vue or play baseball blindfolded at the MindsEye Ultimate Beepball Tournament. Gain thousands of impressions, and let the region know you support a good cause.
Upcoming Events for MindsEye
Wednesday, May 2nd
Join MindsEye for 24 Hours of Giving on GIVE STL DAY 2018!
A day powered by the St. Louis Community Foundation the generosity of our community, this 24-hour, online day-of-giving event is designed to ignite the spirit of giving across our region and support causes in the St. Louis area where we live, work and play. Join us and support our mission to translate vision into audio for the visually-impaired community. Through providing readings from local and national publications through radio and internet broadcasts and audio description to theatres, museums, parks, and more, MindsEye enables individuals in the blind and visually-impaired community of Metro St. Louis to stay connected and self-reliant.
Traveling on Wednesday, May 2nd? Donors traveling during Give STL Day can pre-schedule their donation beginning April 9th through May 1st!
No Run-Beer Run
Saturday, June 2nd, 2018
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
International Tap House in the Central West End, 16 S Euclid Ave, St. Louis 63108
Annually, more than 800 marathons are organized worldwide from Berlin to Boston to London to Tokyo to SAINT LOUIS. Join MindsEye at ITAP (International Tap House) in the Central West End on Saturday, June 2nd for the No Run, Beer Run! Venture out to the beautiful neighborhood of the CWE to not run and not walk, but to simply buy some beers in support of the work MindsEye does in our community. Held from 2:00 PM - 2:37 PM, Runners will take part in the shortest Marathon of their LIVES. You get an AWESOME T-SHIRT, a Celebratory Picture Moment at the FINISH LINE (with wild applause), and your first MindsEye Beer.
Early Bird $25 --- Due by Friday, May 11th!
Not so Early, but Still Worthy $30 --- Due by Monday, May 21st.
Day of Event $40.
Stay for the After Party until 5:00 PM!
Marathons are more than a sport or a form of exercise, a passion or a pastime. It’s about identity. So come to ITAP and show us exactly who you are! A new beer will mark each hour to symbolize each Beer Mile of the No Run, Beer Run. Will you be able to make every mile? 2:00 PM? 3:00 PM? 4:00? It's about your identity after all.
Here's how it works:
1) ITAP picks a brand of beer (usually something local - Boulevard, Schlafly, Civil Life etc)
2) We invite all of you, your group, friends, family, & supporters to come drink the chosen beers
3) ITAP writes MindsEye a check for 50% of the sales of the chosen beers for the dedicated time frame (by our group or any other customers that are in the bar.)
The NO RUN, BEER RUN is a fun and fantastic way to have some fun and raise some funds with MindsEye. Make plans now to join us! and raise a glass (or two... or three) for our community.
ACAC: Website Accessibility 101
Thursday, June 14th 2018
8:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Wells Fargo Advisors, 1 Jefferson Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103
The Arts & Culture Accessibility Cooperative (ACAC) seeks to create a resource for the community that will allow us to continually move forward through discussions and committed work to create a more inclusive arts and culture scene for our region. We believe that Saint Louis’s arts and culture community is for everyone and that everyone deserves access to Saint Louis’s vibrant cultural landscape. Our mission is to empower our community to become more accessible to people with disabilities as visitors, patrons, artists, employees, and volunteers.
The Ultimate Beepball Tournament
Saturday, July 14th 2018
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Assumption Parish, 4709 Mattis Road, St. Louis 63128
You're invited to join the world’s largest Beepball tournament, held in the one and only St. Louis, MO on Saturday, July 14th at Assumption Parish, 4709 Mattis Rd, St. Louis, MO 63128.
16 Teams compete for the Ultimate Beepball Champion Title.
Described by blind athletes as “a dream come true,” Beepball adds a spin on baseball that allows those who are legally blind to compete. There are six innings per game and three outs per inning. Each player is blindfolded – except the pitcher and catcher. It's all about rhythm, timing, and trusting your senses; you must play this game by ear. Players are guided by sound, not sight-- the sound of the beeping ball, buzzing bases, and cues from the pitcher.
The 12th annual MindsEye Ultimate Beepball Tournament is a one-day competition held at Assumption Parish at Mattis Road in South St. Louis County. Proceeds support MindsEye bringing Beepball Demonstrations into public schools for the visually-impaired and blind students throughout the year.
Final Game estimated to start at 3:30 PM.
Thursday, August 9 at 7:30 AM - 9 AM
Join MindsEye for a Blindfolded Breakfast on Thursday, August 9, 2018 to learn more about our work and services we provide for our community.