The Community Foundation helps Susan provide educational support to females interested in agriculture.
Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. created the Sunshine Fund to assist its employees during times of disaster.
Setting up a donor advised fund at the Community Foundation proved to be a good alternative to starting a private foundation for the Seeser family.
The Community Foundation helps Harris Frank to support his lifeline passion for educating children.
Karen pioneered HomeWorks!, a teacher home visit program that focuses on increasing academic achievement, attendance, and parental involvement.
John Alberici established his foundation as a supporting organization of the Community Foundation.
YourGivingLink is a database of regional charities that can acquaint you with charities that are doing community work that you are most passionate about.
Make a grant and get updated information about your fund through Donor Central.
Emergency Support for Central Oklahoma
The Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation is deeply saddened by the recent tornadoes in Oklahoma. To provide immediate support for those families affected by the storms, please consider donating to the American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma and the Salvation Army of Central Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma City Community Foundation has had the Oklahoma City Tornado Relief Fund in place since 1999. Contributions to this fund may be made in care of the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, PO Box 1146, Oklahoma City, OK 73101 or online at www.occf.org.
To make a donation from your donor advised fund, please click on Donor Central.
If your company is interested in establishing an emergency relief program to assist your employees after a natural disaster, please contact Christine Burghoff, 314.880.4967.
Stl Youth Jobs aims to help at-risk youth in the city of Saint Louis secure meaningful summer employment, exposing them to positive adult relationships and providing them with the opportunity to advance their workplace and social skills.
Stl Youth Jobs is an eight-week summer employment program open to youth ages 16-23 living in the Dutchtown, Gravois Park, Tower Grove East, Mark Twain, Penrose, O’Fallon and Baden neighborhoods. The program matches youth with meaningful employment opportunities as well as provides job readiness and financial literacy training.
The City of St. Louis Sustainable Neighborhood Small Grant Competition invites teams of neighborhood organizations, individuals, religious organizations, and other community groups to propose projects that are designed to help improve the sustainability of where they live, thereby contributing to a healthier City and region.
Seven winning projects of the competition will receive a grant of $5,000 to complete a project that includes a tangible and measurable outcome by October 31, 2013.
Grant deadline is June 15th, 2013; visit the website for application, rules and other information.
Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation
319 N. 4th Street, Suite 300, Saint Louis, MO 63102-1906
tel 314-588-8200, fax 314-588-8088