Kids Vision for Life St. Louis would not be successful without the invaluable support of corporations who donate their time and financial assistance to kids in need of eye exams and eyeglasses.
Some of our major supporters include:
Crown Vision Center
Crown Vision Center is one of St. Louis’ largest eye care providers serving the St. Louis metro area. From eye exams, to the latest fashion frames, to a state of the art laser eye surgery (LASIK Surgery) and Eye Doctors, Crown Vision Center and Crown Laser Center have a solution to fit your lifestyle.
Essilor Vision Foundation
Essilor Vision Foundation (EVF) is a 501(c)(3) operating public charity, founded in 2007 by Essilor of America, with the mission to eliminate poor vision and its lifelong consequences. In 2008, our first program, Kids Vision for Life (KVFL) was launched.
Area Resources for Community and Human Services (ARCHS) is a not-for-profit organization that designs, manages, and evaluates education and social service programs provided at more than 300 locations that annually improve the lives of more than 90,000 of the St. Louis region’s most vulnerable children and their family members.
ARCHS works with its funders and a network of governmental, business, community, civic, and faith-based partners to deliver comprehensive cradle to career programs. ARCHS serves as the official “Community Partnership” for Greater St. Louis on behalf of Missouri – one of 20 similar organizations across the state.
Healthy Vision Association
The Healthy Vision Association is dedicated to helping people see well and be healthy by providing access that consumers might not have through an employer to products, services and information that promote vision and overall health.
UMSL College of Optometry
Kids Vision for Life St. Louis partners with the UMSL College of Optometry to utilize their mobile vision clinic to bring vision services to local schools.
STL Vision is a full-service Ophthalmology practice located in St. Louis Hills. Serving Saint Louis since 1978, the practice offers everything from routine care with Optical services to complex medical and surgical treatments of cataracts, corneal diseases, glaucoma, and macular degeneration among others. Its trademark is Vision for Life and its commitment is to its patients.
Washington University School of Medicine
KVFL optometrist will refer children to Washington University if they are in need of follow up care.