Beyond Vision

Stacy and Onida

Thank you for making an impact by supporting our mission.

Stacy is smiling as she kneels next to guide dog Onida who is working.

Stacy and her guide dog, Onida.


The Holidays give us time to reflect and share gratitude with our friends, family, co-workers, suppliers, customers, and associates for the past year. Your support helps Beyond Vision expand its workforce, providing more people who are blind with the dignity and independence of work.  Whether your support comes by outsourcing work or through donations, you are changing lives. Thank you for keeping our #MissionPossible. 

By donating to Beyond Vision this holiday season you give opportunity to people like Stacy Fueher. Stacy and her trusted guide dog, Onida, came to Beyond Vision in December of 2019. Stacy lost her vision from Retinopathy of prematurity after spending her first 4 months in the NICU. She has since earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications Studies along with a Psychology Minor from UW-La Crosse.

Stacy moved to West Allis to work for Beyond Vision after years of seeking consistent employment.

“Most people just don’t understand how hard it is. I can work very hard to achieve my employment goals, but it just is not easy.”

Since joining Beyond Vision she has already demonstrated her work ethic and positive attitude will give her the opportunity to advance in her career. In the short time working in her Customer Service role, she has already taken on extra responsibilities as lead Customer Service for both our Manufacturing and Government products divisions.

“I love working with all different types of people. Whether I am helping a fellow employee with an accessibility issue, or assisting a customer with an order. You just never know what is around the next corner, it is just nice to be able to help out.”


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