Charitable Organizations Supported by Dr Stager
Dr Stager is very active in community service. He is co-founder of One World One Vision, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing vision loss resulting from ocular misalignment (strabismus) and pediatric cataracts in developing countries. He served as President of the Lighthouse for Christ Mission in 2012 and is currently a board consultant.
He is on the board of the Retina Foundation of the Southwest and is very active in collaborative research projects. In addition, he has endowed an annual lectureship in Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus at the Retina Foundation of the Southwest. He has also developed and assisted in the endowment of a Chair in Medieval History for Dr. Jeremy Adams at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. In addition, Dr. Stager, Jr. is a long-time supporter of the Cattle Baron’s Ball, the Vogel Alcove, Turtle Creek Manor, Make-a-Wish Foundation and Heroes for Children.
Dr. Stager volunteers his services with a number of local and international healthcare charities. He has extensive experience with international medical work including missions in Kenya, Panama, Vietnam, India, Morocco, Dubai, Argentina and others. Dr. Stager founded the One World One Vision Organization in 2008.
One World One Vision is a non-profit organization of committed individuals dedicated to reducing vision loss resulting from ocular misalignment (strabismus) and pediatric cataracts. Its outreach is global with emphasis on developing countries whose affected citizens, many of whom are children, have little or no access to effective care. This effort marks the first of its kind to specifically target strabismus and pediatric cataracts in developing nations.