Since our founding in 2000, Lifelong Vision Foundation (originally called the Midwest Cornea Research Foundation, we changed the name to Lifelong Vision Foundation in 2011) has created and developed vision programs and disbursed over $2,000,000 for research, community programming, and education to improve and preserve lifelong vision. We have provided free LASIK for first responders, educated doctors, supported advanced research, helped at-need kids and much, much more.

This year we are working hard to grow the Foundation and increase our efforts in the community and in education and research. If you aren’t familiar with the Foundation or haven’t looked into us in a while, you will be pleased to see we have created a very professional, well-run operation that maximizes the value of every dollar that is donated.

For all those that already support Lifelong Vision Foundation, we say thank you.  For anyone interested in learning more about how their contribution – whatever the size – can help the advancement of eye health and vision please give us a call at 636.519.0318.