Gateway to Hope is a nonprofit organization that arranges medical and surgical treatment and hands-on care at no cost for individuals who have been diagnosed with breast cancer but cannot afford treatment. The organization recruits and secures doctors, hospitals and professional specialists in Missouri to donate their time, care and services. There is no cost to patients and families served by Gateway to Hope.
St. Louis Fisher House
Veteran patients of ALL ages come to the St Louis VA Medical Center from across the Central Midwest. They come here for the intense, specialized care provided by the VA. This care includes such specialties as: spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, heart surgery, radiation oncology, and the list goes on.
Founded in St. Louis, Meds & Food for Kids is working in Haiti to end malnutrition and ignite economic development by making life-saving nutritious foods in Haiti, employing Haitian workers and purchasing Haitian raw materials.
The Little Bit Foundation (TLBF) was born in 2001 out of a small request from an inner-city school teacher and has grown into serving over 3,000 students in 13 schools throughout the St. Louis area. Our presence in the schools, working one-on-one with each child, combined with providing basic necessities such as clothing, shoes and coats, gives each child the personal dignity to excel in the classroom.
St. Vincent’s Church
1408 S. 10th St.
St. Louis, MO 63104
Let’s Start is a non-profit community based organization dedicated to assisting women in transition from prison life to society. It is unique in that leadership in the organization is provided by women who themselves have been through the criminal justice system.
St. Andrew’s Senior Solutions believes that all older adults, regardless of their financial situation, deserve dignity and respect. Too often seniors go unseen and their voices go unheard. For the past 30 years, we have been dedicated to enriching the lives of older adults, easing the stress of their adult children and enabling older adults to remain safely and independently in their place of choice: helping both groups worry less.
National Alliance on Mental Illness
(NAMI St. Louis)
1750 S. Brentwood Blvd., Suite 511
St. Louis, MO 63144
NAMI St. Louis believes that education is key to understanding and living well with mental illness. If you or a loved one has a mental illness, you are not alone! We are here to help!
|Rebuilding Together – St. Louis
357 Marshall Avenue, Suite 2
Webster Groves, MO 63119
Rebuilding Together believes that homeownership is an important factor in neighborhood stabilization and preservation. Many elderly and disabled homeowners delay needed repairs on their homes so they can afford to pay for basic expenses, including taxes, health care, food, and clothing. Homeowners are often unable to make their homes more accessible to address age and disability-related limitations. Rebuilding Together seeks to transform homes and neighbor-hoods by bringing people together to make needed repairs for low-income homeowners.