St. Louis, MO

Message from the President:

Hello and welcome to the St. Louis Chapter of the Foundation Fighting Blindness (FFB)! The St. Louis Chapter is one of about 40+ nationwide that offers support, information and direction for questions relating to retinal degenerative disease. We have Chapter presentations twice a year, hosting various retinal doctors, researchers, low vision aid specialists, mobility experts and others. These meetings are free of charge and also offer the opportunity for those affected by retinal disease, their friends, family and anyone else interested to meet others in similar situations and hear the latest Chapter and Foundation news.

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Chapter Presentations & Events:


St. Louis Vision Seminar
Saturday, April 21, 2018
8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
1335 South Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63131

This FREE vision seminar will feature valuable information on:

  • Current Treatments
  • Clinical Trials
  • Research Advancements
  • Genetic Testing

The seminar is FREE to attend. A light breakfast will be served. On-site vendors will exhibit low-vision products and services.

For additional information, call Mary Ann Subleski at 1-847-680-0100.

VisionWalk Update:

VisionWalk is a fun, family-friendly walk taking place in your local community! Money raised through VisionWalk supports the important research funded by the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Join people just like you who are committed to changing the future for their friends and family members affected with retinal degenerative diseases! For more information go to

Featured Volunteers:

John Mozeliak Outstanding New Trustee 2014

John Mozeliak

This year the award goes to John Mozeliak, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the St. Louis Cardinals. John Mozeliak has been a vital part of the Foundation Fighting Blindness’ presence in St. Louis since he first became involved with FFB.

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Meet Jack Morris

Jack Morris is in the 9th grade at MICDS - Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School. Despite being more challenging, he really enjoys high school thus far. Jack has been excelling in his school’s wrestling program since seventh grade. Prior to wrestling, Jack swam on the swim team, but practice became unappealing to him. Jack says “I think I really got into wrestling when I realized ball sports (football, baseball, and tennis) weren’t really going to work out. I’m thankful that we have to play two sports each year at my school, because I may not have started if I didn’t need another sport.”

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Contact Us:

Jason Morris

(314) 239-5007

Mary Ann Subleski
Regional Director of Development, Midwest

977 Lakeview Parkway, Suite 140
Vernon Hills, IL  60061
(847) 680-0100 ext. 26