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Nancy Crawford 5 Acres Shelter Senior Mortgage Banker Advisory Board Member fiveacresanimalshelter.org
March of Dimes Mortgage Banker Former St. Louis Ambassador marchofdimes.org
Creative Concepts for Living Senior Mortgage Banker Board Member ccliving.org
The mission of the March of Dimes is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
5 Acres shelter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to end pet homelessness, promote responsible pet ownership, and advocate. Five Acres Animal Shelter is the only no-kill animal shelter in St. Charles County, Missouri. Volunteers are needed!
Creative Concepts for Living, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization providing support to St. Louis area residents with a developmental disability. They are committed to assisting individuals in achieving a goal of living in their community of choice, with the necessary supports to live the life that they envision for themselves.
Restoration House STL Internal Auditor Volunteer restorationhousestl.org
Heaven on Earth for Veterans Mortgage Banker Event Coordinator heavenonearth4veterans.org
St. Peter and Paul’s Receptionist Volunteer stspeterandpaulstl.org/meal-service
Every day from the 2nd through the 21st of each month, a free meal is served at the St. Peter and Paul Parish. These homemade meals are served to the residents of the shelter, as well as to families and individuals in the Soulard area, who may be on limited or fixed incomes. Volunteers are needed for prepping and serving meals.
Their mission is providing high-quality living space for veterans in need and those transitioning out of homelessness. They include all household equipment from silverware to linens to pots and pans to laundry facilities
Serving homeless and at-risk youth by providing the necessary resources to overcome their circumstances, find their identity, and have hope for tomorrow. Join our weekly outreach teams who go out into the streets and meet the basic needs of our homeless friends, and provide them prayer, love, and some basic essentials, such as blankets or food.
Volunteer animalrescuecorps.org Animal Rescue Corps Mortgage Banker Dana McNerney
Dave Van Beckum Agrace Hospice Care Mortgage Banker Fundraiser/Volunteer www.agrace.org
Second Star to the Right Mortgage Banker Board Member secondstartotheright.org
Second Star to the Right supports pediatric cancer research and support for local families battling pediatric cancer as well as the physical, emotional , and financial costs for families including travel expenses for treatment.
A 501c3 nonprofit animal protection organization that takes direct action in three ways: First, we conduct rescues of animals who fall victim to abuse and natural disaster. Second, we create public awareness of animal suffering. Third, we offer training and assessments for animal shelters, professionals and volunteers.
Agrace is a nonprofit, community-based health care agency. They provide hospice and palliative care services in private homes, and in skilled nursing, assisted living and other community residential facilities across southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois. Agrace Hospice care believes in the idea that comfort, dignity, and even hope and joy, are possible for those facing a life-limiting illness.
Doug Shoemaker Disabled Veterans Branch Manager President and Founder of Wingfest
Katie Otto GIFT (Giving is a Family Tradition) REALTOR ® Relations Manager Volunteer givingisafamilytradition.org
Power of One Project Mortgage Banker Founder fb.com/thepowerof1project
Over the last few years, Wingfest has served over 100,000 people over 400,000 wings. Their mission is to raise money for Disabled Veteran causes with this amazing weekend of events starting from August 31st-September 1st.
Our Mission is to help families with critically ill babies and provide comprehensive support to ALL families with critically ill newborns. The Destination Home Project provides families with essential baby care items like cribs, linens, car seats, clothes, diapers, bath supplies, bottles, formula, developmental items, and home safety items.
The Power of One Project is non-profit 501(c)(3) charity that gives furniture, clothing, kitchen appliances, washer and dryers, lawnmowers, food, hygiene products, home decor and other items to people in need. Many people are homeless that have found housing or someone that has escaped a bad situation and they need help. P1 is an organization that also has a "Break the Cycle" program where generational poverty is trying to be broken.
Mitzi Hoffman A Red Circle Graphic Designer Volunteer aredcircle.org
Sydney’s Soldiers Closing Assistant Owner/Founder fb.com/groups/461900580635898
Sydney’s Soldiers is an advocacy group creating awareness for childhood cancer and promoting research towards finding a cure. They provide bucket list items for terminally ill children with cancer and have established an annual toy drive for local cancer centers and hospitals.
A Red Circle exists to promote economic development activity in the north St. Louis County region - through a racial equity lens. We also work to decrease racial disparity and combat the effects of economic segregation and food insecurity. Our five focus areas are employment, education, holistic living, policy, and the arts.
Kelly Wittenauer Charity Liaison/Owner [O] 314.628.2147 email@example.com
Have an idea for something we can do for the community or want to volunteer to help with an upcoming event? Contact Kelly:
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