Capital Advisory Group November 2018

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Giving Thanks

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What Are Companies Thankful For?

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How Thanksgiving Became an Official Holiday!

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Small Business Saturday

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Pumpkin Pie

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Our Local Support Systems

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Missouri that qualifies for Champion for Children tax credits. Donations of $100 are eligible for a 50-percent tax credit on Missouri income tax, in addition to other deductions. Call 417-255-2100 for more information. Jewish Federation of St. Louis St. Louis The mission statement of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis is to “mobilize the Jewish community and its human and financial resources to preserve and enhance Jewish life in St. Louis, in Israel, and around the world.” Founded in 1901, this is one of St. Louis’s oldest nonprofits, and the organization supports more than 90 agencies in the area and around the world that serve vulnerable populations. Phone: 314-432-63146 Website:

Instead of local events this month, we wanted to highlight some of the local organizations that support community members and give back.They work every day in our neighborhoods to empower and uplift the underserved. When you’re looking for inspiration as you make your final charitable contributions for the year, you may want to keep these organizations in mind. Sts. Joachim&Ann Care Service St. Charles ever since.The nonprofit’s mission is “to serve those in crisis and to prevent homelessness and hunger.” Court Appointed Special Advocates Phone: 636-441-1302 Website:

Carrying out their motto to “plant the seed of hope [and] break the chain of despair,” Sts. Joachim & Ann Care Service is a nonprofit organization that provides case management and support services to individuals and families in crisis, including homelessness. It was started in 1981 by five volunteers, using only $500, and the organization has empowered and uplifted folks in St. Charles, Lincoln, and Warren counties

(CASA) St. Louis Phone: 314-552-2352 Website:

This national nonprofit, known in the St. Louis area as Voices for Children, has a mission to “recruit, train, and support volunteers to advocate for every abused or neglected child in state care so that they can be safe, have a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive.” CASA is one of only three agencies in


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