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ARTS
Missouri Ballet Theatre
Enriching our community by offering public performances, educating through community outreach and creating art that embodies passion, beauty and grace.  We are a professional ballet company for young dancers that fosters dance through a creative and healthy environment.

Missouri Basketweavers Guild
Missouri Basketweavers Guild, Inc. is dedicated to stimulating interest in the historic art of basketry while providing an outlet for making new friends, sharing ideas, talents and experiences.

Saint Louis Ki Society
Saint Louis Ki Society is a nonprofit educational organization.  We seek to improve the ability of individuals to respond to stress and conflict positively and creatively, with calmness and relaxation.  We bring people together to study Mind and Body Unification through training in Ki-Aikido and Japanese Yoga (Ki Development).  We provide a structured curriculum, qualified instructors, tools for measuring individual progress, a principal facility for training and outreach programs in the community.

Scientific Arts Foundation Bridging Science and the Arts
The Scientific Arts Foundation is a Missouri 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization that supports research, education and community outreach programs that advocate the value of creative expression as it improves, enhances and enriches quality of life.

Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis

St. Louis Writers Guild
A 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to further the literary heritage of the Midwest by supporting, connecting, and promoting writers and literary organizations.  Organization was established in 1920.  Individual membership is open to writers of all genres and levels of experience.  Institutional memberships are free of charge to nonprofit literary organizations within the Midwest and also available for a modest fee to companies and organizations that provide products and services that are relevant and useful to writers or that seek to support the Guild in its mission.  See website for upcoming events and current benefits. 
www.stlwritersguild.org

Stray Dog Theatre
Stray Dog Theatre is committed to unleashing the art of theatre and community service on Saint Louis and the surrounding community.  Live professional theatre and outreach events at Tower Grove Abbey.

Touhill Performing Arts Center
On the campus of University of Missouri-St. Louis

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BUSINESS
501CONNECT
501 CONNECT is a St. Louis,
Missouri community resource dedicated to building awareness of Not For Profit Organizations. Our web 2.0 equipped site is a unique venue that provides nonprofit organizations with a medium for communicating their "call to action" message and mobilizing community members. By offering news, resources and services exclusively to the St. Louis community, we create a community forum that builds awareness and facilitates connections. Find a nonprofit organization, volunteer opportunities for all ages, local events and more.

AAIM Management Association St. Louis
AAIM Management Association was founded in 1898 by employers needing a regional resource for networking and training. AAIM serves as a primary resource for a wide range of practical business solutions.

Better Business Bureau, St. Louis - Processes consumer marketplace inquiries and complaints about firms' business practices.

Dress For Success
Dress For Success is an international not-for-profit organization which oversees and supports the individual Dress for Success Sister locations. Each Sister is locally operated and shares the mission of the original Dress for Success, providing interview suits to low-income women seeking employment.

FOCUS St. Louis
A non-profit civic organization with a mission to create a thriving, cooperative region by engaging citizens to participate in active leadership roles and to influence positive community change.  FOCUS offers leadership development programs through our flagship Leadership St. Louis program, Youth Leadership St. Louis, Experience St. Louis, LeadershipPlenty and Impact programs.  FOCUS also provides many opportunities for networking and for learning more about the issues that face our region.  Go to www.focus-stl.org for more information and to learn about our upcoming events.

Lighthouse For The Blind
Also known as LHB Industries, Lighthouse for the Blind-Saint Louis is a non-profit entity that helps adults and children who are visually impaired maintain dignity and independence by offering Employment, Education and Support Services. The Lighthouse and its employees manufacture, assemble, warehouse and sell high-quality products to government and business customers nationwide including first aid kits, medical kits, catheters, aerosol and liquid paints, aerosol and liquid cleaning products, eco-friendly products and many others.

 All sales revenues directly support Lighthouse programs including Professional Career Development; Special Technology and Adaptive Resources for Students (STARS); Summer Jobs for Students; Continuing Education; Arts & Entertainment Accessibility; Low Vision Aid; and many others available for individuals who are legally blind and visually impaired in Missouri and Southwestern Illinois.

For information, contact Brittney Smithers, Marketing & Sales Specialist, at toll-free 800.542.3697, or 314.423.4333, or visit the website http://www.lhbindustries.com.

St. Louis Association of Realtors
The mission of the St. Louis Association of REALTORS® is to provide the necessary services to all members by supporting them in successfully conducting their business in a cooperative, ethical, and professional manner.

St Louis Regional Commerce & Growth Association
RCGA is the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for the Greater St. Louis region which includes St. Louis City; the Missouri counties of St. Louis, St. Charles, Lincoln, Warren, Franklin, and Jefferson; and the Illinois counties of St. Clair, Jersey, Madison, Clinton and Monroe.

Take Our Daughters to Work
The Ms. Foundation for Women created Take Our Daughters To Work® Day so we could help girls stay strong and remain confident.

Toastmasters South County 
314-544-3212
Email:jcbttg@swbell.net
South County Toastmasters club is a member of Toastmasters International. We are dedicated to improving our communications skills, especially in the area of public speaking. We are especially helpful to people who have difficulty in speaking before groups, maybe even fear the thought of it. Meetings are held each week at the Best Western Inn, Hiway 55 and Meramec Bottom Road.

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COLLECTORS & HOBBIES
Beer Can Collectors of America
It's worth joining the BCCA just to receive Beer Cans & Brewery Collectibles. Published in gorgeous color six times a year, this 40-page magazine is a riveting read from cover to cover. It's crammed with pictures and informative articles on cans, breweries, breweriana of all kinds and tips on collecting.

1904 World's Fair Society
We are a diverse group of people. Some of us collect memorabilia ... some of us are interested in digging up the facts and setting the record straight ... some of us are interested in finding the bits and pieces that still exist ... some of us actually attended the fair and enjoy sharing our memories ... some of us have family connections to the fair ... and some of us just find it interesting.

CONSUMER
Better Business Bureau, St. Louis - Processes consumer marketplace inquiries and complaints about firms' business practices.
FAMILY SUPPORT
Bethany Christian Services of Missouri
Bethany Christian Services of Missouri, serving the state of Missouri and Southern Illinois, is part of the largest domestic and international adoption and social service agency in the United States.  We have services in 15 international countries as well.  Since 1944 Bethany has strived to find loving families for children around the world.  Embryo adoptions are also another service provided by Bethany.  Bethany provides free, confidential crisis pregnancy planning.  For more information call 1-800 Bethany or visit the web at www.bethanymissouri.org.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri
4625 Lindell Blvd., Ste. 501
St. Louis, MO  63108
(314) 361-5900

Bilingual International Assistant Services
Bilingual International is a 501(c)3 established in 2002, that provides culturally and linguistically appropriate mental & physical health, naturalization and social services to seniors and persons with disabilities, both native-born and foreign-born throughout the greater St. Louis area. 

Boys & Girls Town of Missouri
4485 Westminster Place
St. Louis, MO  63108
(800) 737-3251

Boys Hope Girls Hope
Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college.

Camping - Missouri ORCC-Off Road Camping Club
We are a group of families that enjoy the outdoors "Camping, Canoe/Kayak, Hike/Backpacking & Stream Fishing".  Phone: (314) 852-5101

Cancer Companions
Cancer Companions is a non profit group that provides support for cancer patients and their loved ones.  The support groups are organized through the local Christian churches in the area and are open to anyone.  It is a good resource for many different people dealing with cancer in any way.

Catholic Charities St. Louis
Catholic Charities, St. Louis, is the largest private provider of social services in the state of Missouri.  Organized as a federation, Catholic Charities is comprised of 8 agencies offering more than 100 programs to assist, on average, more than 140,000 poor and impoverished people annually.  Race, creed and ethnic background play no role in determining who receives help from Catholic Charities.  Need is the only criterion.

Chabad on Campus
Chabad on Campus is a home-away-from home for thousands of Jewish Students in the Greater St. Louis area, Missouri and southern Illinois. Chabad anticipates and serves the needs of students on a social, educational and spiritual level. At Chabad, all students are welcome, regardless of background, affiliation, and level of observance.

Children's Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis
The mission of Children’s Advocacy Services of Greater St. Louis is to reduce the trauma experienced by abused children. We follow the Child First Doctrine and provide child sensitive forensic interviews, medical exams, and individual, family and group counseling. We serve children impacted by sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect as well as those that have witnessed domestic abuse, violent crime, accidents and traumatic bereavement.

Children's Miracle Network
Children's Miracle Network (CMN) is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for St. Louis Children's Hospital and Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center.  The money we raise stays right here in town and is equally divided between the two outstanding pediatric institutions for facilities, programs, services and equipment.  These two hospitals provide care for children within a 250 mile radius.

Circus Harmony
Circus Harmony teaches the art of life through circus education.  We work to build character and expand community for youth of all ages, cultures, abilities and backgrounds.  Through teaching and performance of circus skills, we help people defy gravity, soar with confidence, and leap over social barriers, all at the same time. Circus Harmony is located downtown in the City Museum.  

City of Shrewsbury
Take a look at the many recreational activities Shrewsbury has to offer.

Demolay International of Crestwood
The Order of DeMolay is a fraternal organization geared to reach young men between the ages of 12 1/2 and 21 years, and teaches these individuals the crucial life skills that they need to develop into better Brothers, better sons, and better friends, that when they finally reach the destination of manhood, they can consider themselves to be better men.

Father's Support Center
Fathers’ Support Center is a non-profit organization, which has consistently provided a comprehensive program of services for men who want to learn to be a responsible father, committed to a strong family relationship. Since its founding in 1998, FSC has served more than 9,000 fathers and their families -- including over 22,500 children. To learn more go to our website at http://www.fatherssupportcenter.org.

Feed My People
Feed My People is an interdenominational Christian organization as well as the largest food pantry in the St. Louis Metro area, with an emergency help center and low-cost thrift store.  There are two locations – one in Lemay and the other in High Ridge.  We offer year-round programs for our clients, such as utility & rental  assistance, computers for school, school supplies, heaters & blankets, advocacy, a wellness program, job counseling, and many other services.  We service 11 different zip codes in south county & southern Jefferson County.  Our main facility is the Lemay Location at 171 Kingston Drive, St. Louis, MO 63125, phone # (314) 631-4900.

Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is a life-changing, experiential learning programs for girls in third to eight grade. The programs combine training for a 3.1 mile running event with self-esteem enhancing, uplifting workouts. The goals of the programs are to encourage positive emotional, social, mental and physical development.  Girls on the Run St. Louis operates in more than 100 schools throughout the Greater St. Louis area.  To learn more about our program and how you can get involved please visit out Web site www.girlsontherunstlouis.org.

Habitat For Humanity St. Louis
Habitat for Humanity St. Louis is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian housing ministry. We unite people of all races and religions to build houses in partnership with families in need. Our goal is to eliminate poverty housing. We seek to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. Join us in this heart-warming process! Help low-income families become owners of affordable housing.

Heritage For The Blind
At the Heritage for The Blind, we understand that losing your vision can be a difficult, emotional, and life-changing experience that affects you and everyone around you - spouses, family members, children, friends, neighbors and co-workers.  We are a non-profit organization whose goal is to help enable the blind and visually impaired to become independent and to participate in society.

International Crisis Aid
International Crisis Aid is a Saint Louis based nonprofit organization providing life saving international relief & development in multiple countries.  Our programs and services have reached out to children and families in need from Cambodia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, North Korea, Indonesia and Sudan.  These programs include feeding, medical, orphanages, disaster relief, girls' schools, community development, rescuing girls from sex-trafficking, etc.

Jewish Family & Children's Service
Jewish Family and Children's Service (JF & CS) of St. Louis, Missouri, is dedicated to strengthening and preserving families, and helping individuals maximize their abilities to cope with the problems of everyday living. Jewish Family and Children's Services has served the St. Louis community for over 140 years.

Jewish Federation of St. Louis
12 Millstone Campus Dr.
St. Louis, MO  63146
(314) 432-0020

Junior Achievement
We are a growing number of volunteers, educators, parents, and contributors who reach out to nearly 4 million students, each year, in grades K-12.

KEEN St. Louis
KEEN is a national, nonprofit volunteer-led organization that provides one-to-one recreational opportunities for children and youth with developmental and physical disabilities at no cost to their families and caregivers. KEEN's mission is to foster the self-esteem, confidence, skills and talents of its athletes through non-competitive activities, allowing young people facing even the most significant challenges to meet their individual goals. For information about becoming a volunteer or enrolling an athlete, please contact KEEN at info@keenstlouis.org or (314) 259-5980.

Kids In The Middle
There is no such thing as a pain-free divorce.  And there is no simple recipe that makes well-adjusted children who have experienced divorce.  Kids In The Middle (KITM) was created in 1977 to make the trauma of divorce less hurtful for children.  KITM combines four essential elements to achieve the most productive results: age-appropriate counseling strategies for children, effective co-parenting education and counseling for parents, expert family and blended-family counseling, and unwavering confidential support for all family members involved.  KITM is the only non-profit agency of its kind and the only agency in the region that offers extensive divorce related services for children and their parents.  KITM is nationally accredited by the Council On Accreditation and is a proud member of The United Way of Greater St. Louis.  KITM is located in Maplewood, MO.  Call (314) 909-9922 for more information or an appointment.

LAMP (Language Access Metro Project)
American Sign Language Services (ASL)
Our Mission is to provide the highest quality and most cost-effective on-site American Sign Language services (ASL) in the St. Louis Metropolitan and suburban areas. Our interpreters are highly trained, experienced and qualified. They are certified and licensed levels IV and V.  Our services are available 24 hours a day 7days a week. For more information go to www.lampinterpreters.org

Foreign Language Interpreting and Translating Services
Our Mission is to provide the highest quality and most cost-effective on-site Foreign Language Interpreting and Translating Services in the St. Louis Metropolitan and suburban areas. Our interpreters are highly trained, experienced and qualified. They are certified in Bridging the Gap (40 hours of Medical Interpreting Training), and Missouri Court Interpreters.  Our services are available 24 hours a day 7days a week covering more than 42 languages. For more information go to www.lampinterpreters.org

Little Patriots Embraced
Little Patriots Embraced (LPE) is a St. Louis-based nonprofit organization that serves families of deployed military members.  In addition to providing emergency financial relief for families in crisis, LPE specializes in delivering emotional and psychological support to spouses and children who are experiencing the stress of extended separation caused by military deployment.

Mark Munsell Memorial Foundation (MMMF)
The Mark Munsell Memorial Foundation (MMMF), is a Missouri non for profit corporation established in December of 2003 in memory of a great man, husband, brother, son and friend. MMMF is a 501(c)3 entity organized exclusively for charitable purposes.  Our goal is to support children and help them become better adults through athletics. We feel supporting children through MMMF, Mark will be remembered and honored, as athletics and mentoring were essential elements of Mark’s short life.

Our fundraising efforts have already begun helping the local community. Over the past 2 years, MMMF has helped local youth teams with monetary and equipment donations. In addition, we are very proud to announce the endowment of a scholarship in Mark’s name at his ala mater, Southeast Missouri State University .

Metropolis Saint Louis
Metropolis Saint Louis is a non-profit organization dedicated to create and promote an environment in the City of St. Louis that attracts and retains young people.

MIRIAM Foundation
The Miriam Foundation is a voluntary membership organization committed to improving the quality of life for families challenged with disability or illness through independent programs and collaborations.

Missouri Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse
MCADSV is a statewide membership coalition of organizations and individuals working to end violence against women and their children through direct services and social and systemic change. 

Missouri ORCC-Off Road Camping Club
We are a group of families that enjoy the outdoors "Camping, Canoe/Kayak, Hike/Backpacking & Stream Fishing".  Phone: (314) 852-5101

Mother to Mother
Mother to Mother provides group support and telephone support & encouragement to women with postpartum adjustment disorder (PPAD.) Mother to Mother is the only service of its kind in the St. Louis metropolitan area. We serve all women in the metropolitan St. Louis area, free of charge. Call us if you would like someone who has been there to listen and understand your difficulties during pregnancy or after your baby is born.

Newborns In Need
Newborns In Need is a non-denominational, volunteer, not-for-profit organization.  We are grateful for donations from caring individuals and businesses that want to help with the efforts to care for sick and needy babies.  They should start life with every advantage.  All contributions go to the needs of premature and needy newborns and are tax deductible.  This is an ongoing need.  Your donations of time, materials, and money to help alleviate the suffering of these tiny, helpless infants is greatly needed and appreciated.  Please contact us and let us know how you can help!

Our Daughter's Inc.
Our Daughter's Inc. mission is to inspire and empower girls between the ages of 7-14 to develop into beautiful women full of grace, character, integrity and tenacity.  We provide interactive workshops focused on self-love, personal branding, gratitude, positive attitude, healthy habits and relationships, finance and career.  We encourage our girls to "create their own life story".  It is a rewarding program.  The girls meet every other Saturday at the Florissant Valley Branch Library at 195 South Florissant.  Please contact Aleshia Jordan at 314-537-3870 for questions.  Our website is loveourdaughters.com and email address is contactus@loveourdaughters.com

Pakt Community Resource Center
Location: 21 Wesley Ave., Ferguson, MO 63135
Phone: (314)-524-2710
Contact: Anita Wilder, Executive Director
Email: awilder@paktcenter.org

The PAKT Community Resource Center is a non-profit United Way organization that unites Christian congregations and individuals in a Christ-centered service organization to provide basic material, health, recreational and educational programs for individuals and families in need.

Provident Counseling
We offer counseling to youth and families and have five different counseling offices.

Ready Readers St. Louis
10 Bon Aire Dr.
St. Louis, MO  63132
(314) 991-1903

St. Andrew's At-Home Services
6633 Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO  63130
(314) 726-5766

St. Louis Area Foodbank
(314) 423-6100

St. Louis Food Rescue
St. Louis Food Rescue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to alleviating hunger in the St. Louis area
by saving food from grocery stores, bakeries, etc. that would have thrown it away at the end of the day, and we bring it to local homeless shelters and food pantries.  While there are other collection agencies like us, there are none that only involve teenagers under the age of 18 in their work and are open on the weekends.  We are strictly run by high school students who seek to make a difference in our community.  On average, we save over 5,000lbs of food per weekend, amounting to thousands of meals for the needy.  In the words of the manager of the Salvation Army in O'Fallon, "We do not know where we would be without St. Louis Food Rescue."

stlouisvolunteen.com
A comprehensive listing of volunteer opportunities for students ages 12-17.

Salvation Army of St. Louis
1130 Hampton Ave.
St. Louis, MO  63139
(314) 646-3000

ThriVe® St. Louis
ThriVe® St. Louis is a Christ-centered organization that empowers people to make life-affirming and healthy decisions about sex, pregnancy and relationships.  The organization provides information, counseling, education, and support to individuals facing an unplanned pregnancy or coping with a past abortion or pregnancy loss through four area pregnancy resources centers.  ThriVe® provides medical services related to pregnancy and a sexual integrity education program in local middle and high schools, churches and community youth organizations.  The organization provides extended support to women through the Missouri Alternatives to Abortion program and a maternity home.  Founded in 1983 as Crisis Pregnancy Center and operating since 1999 as Pregnancy Resource Centers, ThriVe® St. Louis is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization operating Pregnancy Resource Centers and the Best Choice℠ Sexual Integrity Program. ThriVe® is committed to changing the conversation about sex.
For more information about ThriVe® St. Louis, contact Terri D. Hunter, VP of Development, at (314) 783-3040 x225, or thunter@thrivestlouis.org.  Visit us at www.thrivestlouis.org

Voices For Children (formerly St. Louis City CASA)
Voices for Children’s mission is to speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children in court. We promote quality volunteer representation for children so that they may have the safe, permanent, nurturing home all children deserve.

YMCA of St. Louis
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

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HEALTH & MEDICAL

Air Lifeline
AirLifeLine is a national non-profit charitable organization of over 1,000 private pilots who fly ambulatory patients who cannot afford the cost of travel to medical facilities for diagnosis and treatment. Our pilots donate their time, aircraft and fuel to make this air transportation service totally free of charge for patients who qualify.

Alzheimer Association - St. Louis Chapter
Founded in 1981, the St. Louis Chapter has grown from a single support group to the world leader in Alzheimer's care, support and research.  The St. Louis Chapter headquarters are located in St. Louis with outreach staff and services in 38 counties in eastern Missouri and western Illinois.  Skilled volunteers join professional staff at every level of service, from office support to public speaking to leadership.  Our more than 30 St. Louis staff members have over 250 years combined experience in dementia care, gerontology and social work.  Our Mission: To eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.  Our Vision: A world without Alzheimer's disease.

American Cancer Society
4207 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO  63108
(314) 286-8100 or (800) 489-9730
24 HR. (800) ACS-2345

American Liver Foundation
16 Hampton Village Plaza - Ste. 215
St. Louis, MO  63109
(314) 352-7377

American Lung Association of Eastern Missouri
1118 Hampton Ave.
St. Louis, MO  63139
(314) 645-5505

American Recall Center
The American Recall Center is a new online resource dedicated to providing up to date FDA medical device and prescription drug recall information.  We are a reliable source for providing timely, plain language information to those who need it most.

Anthropedia
Anthropedia is a non-profit organization health and well-being educational foundation led by a council of experts from a variety of fields, including medicine, psychology, philosophy, art, and education. Our mission is to improve the well-being of humanity by advancing the Science of Well-Being and empowering individuals of all ages to reach their fullest potential for a happy and healthy life.

Cancer Companions
Cancer Companions is a non profit group that provides support for cancer patients and their loved ones.  The support groups are organized through the local Christian churches in the area and are open to anyone.  It is a good resource for many different people dealing with cancer in any way.

The Center for Head Injury Services
The Center for Head Injury Services is a non-profit organization that provides support services to improve the quality of life for survivors of head injuries and their families.

CHADS Coalition for Mental Health
CHADS works to prevent teen suicides through awareness, education, family support and research programs.  Our goal is to save teen lives!  For more information please visit our website at www.chadscoalition.org, email info@chadscoalition.org or call 314-952-2046.

Children's Miracle Network
Children's Miracle Network (CMN) is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for St. Louis Children's Hospital and Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center.  The money we raise stays right here in town and is equally divided between the two outstanding pediatric institutions for facilities, programs, services and equipment.  These two hospitals provide care for children within a 250 mile radius.

CID - Central Institute for the Deaf
825 South Taylor Ave.
St. Louis, MO  63110
(314) 977-0132

Cirrhosis Support Group

DrugWatch.com
Our site features a comprehensive list of drugs and medications that are currently on the market, or were previously available worldwide. We are dedicated to educating the public about the details of prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as aiding in the protection of patients and consumers by informing them of any associated side effects.  We also feature updated information concerning drug recalls, medication approvals, and current developments in the medical field. Our goal is enabling patients to fully understand the benefits, as well as risks associated with the use of certain medications.

Earth Day
Earth Day Network is the nonprofit coordinating body of worldwide Earth Day activities. Our goal is to promote a healthy environment and a peaceful, just, sustainable world by spreading environmental awareness through educational materials and publications, and by organizing events, activities, and annual campaigns.

Heat Up / Cool Down St. Louis
1509 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO  63103
24 HR. Donation/HELP Line (314) 241-7668

Make A Wish Foundation
1324 N. Rock Hill Rd.
St. Louis, MO  63124
(314) 918-9474
(800) 548-5058

Medical Malpractice Help
Over 200,000 people die each year in the United States from negligence, medical malpractice and patient abandonment. Most people only have a basic understanding of what medical malpractice actually is and we would like to clear up the confusion.

Memory Care Home Solutions
Memory Care Home Solutions is a not –for-profit organization that exists to extend and improve quality time at home for families caring for a loved one with memory loss, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Founded in 2002, through a generous grant from the Missouri Foundation for Health, Memory Care Home Solutions fills an in-home support and training void for caregivers. A Memory Care professional trains the family and professional caregiver team regarding safety of the living environment and provides strategies for addressing behavioral, independence and caregiver stress-related issues. Follow-up conferences and visits from Memory Care staff extend the service over the continuing years of the patient’s time at home. Washington University in St. Louis collaborates with the organization to evaluate outcome success. No diagnosis is necessary and services are made available regardless of inability to pay through individual donations and grant funding. For more information, please contact Erin Kelley at (314) 645-0247, via email at ekelley@memorycarehs.org or visit www.memorycarehs.org

Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center
Our organization is the Mesothelioma & Asbestos Awareness Center (www.maacenter.org).  We provide the most comprehensive mesothelioma information on the net.  Mesothelioma is a nearly always fatal cancer which is caused by exposure to asbestos. Persons diagnosed with mesothelioma face an extremely difficult battle and the very real prospect of death. At this critical point in one’s life many people turn toward religion to help them cope with their suffering and to assist them in answering life’s most important questions.

Mother to Mother
Mother to Mother provides group support and telephone support & encouragement to women with postpartum adjustment disorder (PPAD.) Mother to Mother is the only service of its kind in the St. Louis metropolitan area. We serve all women in the metropolitan St. Louis area, free of charge. Call us if you would like someone who has been there to listen and understand your difficulties during pregnancy or after your baby is born.

National Children's Cancer Society
The mission of The National Children's Cancer Society is to improve the quality of life for children with cancer and to reduce the risk of cancer by promoting children's health through financial and in-kind assistance, advocacy, support services, education and prevention programs.

Nurses For Newborns
Nurses for Newborns exists to provide a safety net for families most at-risk; to help prevent infant mortality, child abuse and neglect through in home nursing visits providing healthcare, education and positive parenting skills.

Provident Counseling
2650 Olive St.
St. Louis, MO  63103
(314) 371-6500

St. Louis Effort For Aids
1027 S. Vandeventer  Ste. 700
St. Louis, MO  63110
(314) 645-6451

St. Louis Help
St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program (dba St. Louis HELP) is an organization that accepts donations of new and used Home Medical Equipment (hospital beds, wheelchairs, portable commodes, canes, crutches, walkers, etc.), cleans the equipment and then loans the equipment, at no cost or fee, to anyone in need. 

Stuttering Foundation of America
The Stuttering Foundation of America, the first nonprofit, charitable association in the world to concern itself with the prevention and improved treatment of stuttering, distributes over a million publications to the public and professionals each year. This web site has information for those who stutter and their families as well as professionals.

The Center for Head Injury Services
The Center for Head Injury Services is a non-profit organization that provides support services to improve the quality of life for survivors of head injuries and their families.

The Wellness Community
The Wellness Community helps people affected by cancer enhance their health and well-being though participation in professional programs offering emotional support, education and hope.  Support groups, special programs and services are held in a homelike setting where people affected by cancer can have access to the most up-to-date cancer information, experience a sense of extended family, and learn to live well today.

ThriVe® St. Louis
ThriVe® St. Louis is a Christ-centered organization that empowers people to make life-affirming and healthy decisions about sex, pregnancy and relationships.  The organization provides information, counseling, education, and support to individuals facing an unplanned pregnancy or coping with a past abortion or pregnancy loss through four area pregnancy resources centers.  ThriVe® provides medical services related to pregnancy and a sexual integrity education program in local middle and high schools, churches and community youth organizations.  The organization provides extended support to women through the Missouri Alternatives to Abortion program and a maternity home.  Founded in 1983 as Crisis Pregnancy Center and operating since 1999 as Pregnancy Resource Centers, ThriVe® St. Louis is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization operating Pregnancy Resource Centers and the Best Choice℠ Sexual Integrity Program. ThriVe® is committed to changing the conversation about sex. For more information about ThriVe® St. Louis, contact Erin Kelley at (314) 783-3040 x224, via email ekelley@thrivestlouis.org  or visit www.thrivestlouis.org.

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LEGAL
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis - The Lawyers Reference and Information Service gives the name of a lawyer who practices a specific area of need.

Find An Asbestos Lawyer
Legal help for victims of asbestos-related diseases.

MISCELLANEOUS
1844 Concord School Log Cabin Historical Society
The Society was established to restore and preserve the 1844 Concord School one-room log cabin school accidently discovered, inside the 1872 Peter Deitrich farmhouse destined for demolition in Concord Village, south St. Louis County. Pre-Civil War log cabin schools had "boards-painted-black" not slate, ie. blackboards.  Few exist today, since they were often left to ruin when communities upgraded log buildings to frame or brick.  Dietrich recycled the 1844 log cabin school by building his 1872 farmhouse around it, where it remained preserved for 131 years. The 1820 Ebenezer Academy in Statesville, NC is the oldest surviving one-room log cabin in the US, with Concord School being second.

American Legion Gardenville/Affton Memorial Post 300
Call 353-9546 or 353-3349 for details.

Celtic Consulting
Celtic Consulting is a social enterprise of St. Patrick Center located in historic downtown St. Louis, Missouri.  Celtic Consulting helps to improve the social conditions in St. Louis and nationally by consulting with non-profit organizations to build their capacity and improve agency outcomes.  All proceeds generated by Celtic go back into St. Patrick Center to help build permanent, positive change in the lives of the homeless in our community.    Please contact Alex Maurer (314-802-5418) or Pam Presgrave (314-802-0196) for additional information about Celtic Consulting services.  Email: amaurer@stpatrickcenter.org or ppresgrave@stpatrickcenter.org.

Co. C, 5th Regt. MO Vol. Cavalry (SVR, SUVCW), Inc.
A nonprofit organization in Missouri.  Our headquarters is located in Wentzville (part of the St. Louis Regional area).

FOCUS St. Louis
A non-profit civic organization with a mission to create a thriving, cooperative region by engaging citizens to participate in active leadership roles and to influence positive community change.  FOCUS offers leadership development programs through our flagship Leadership St. Louis program, Youth Leadership St. Louis, Experience St. Louis, LeadershipPlenty and Impact programs.  FOCUS also provides many opportunities for networking and for learning more about the issues that face our region.  Go to www.focus-stl.org for more information and to learn about our upcoming events.

Gateway Greening
P.O. Box 299
St. Louis, MO  63166
(314) 577-9484

International Crisis Aid
International Crisis Aid is a Saint Louis based nonprofit organization providing life saving international relief & development in multiple countries.  Our programs and services have reached out to children and families in need from Cambodia, Ethiopia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, North Korea, Indonesia and Sudan.  These programs include feeding, medical, orphanages, disaster relief, girls' schools, community development, rescuing girls from sex-trafficking, etc.

Missouri Humanities Council
543 Hanley Industrial Ct.
Ste. 201
St. Louis, MO  63144
(314) 781-9660

RideFinders
One Transit Way
P.O. Box 7500
Granite City, IL  62040
(800) VIP-RIDE

Senior Olympics
A not-for-profit organization dedicated to motivating senior men and women to lead a healthy lifestyle through the senior games movement.

St. Louis Area Foodbank
The St. Louis Area Foodbank serves as a non-profit regional food distribution center for organizations that feed the hungry throughout 14 counties in Eastern Missouri and 12 counties in Southwestern Illinois.

St. Louis Gateway Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge
St. Louis Gateway Chapter Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge, established in 1993, is dedicated to honoring and perpetuating the memories of the sacrifices and courage of those involved in the Battle of the Bulge WWII.  Outstanding events and achievements include the VBOB Memorial Monument in Jefferson Barracks Park, parades and civic events, the annual Memorial Ceremony and hosting of the 50th Anniversary of the Battle in concert with the National VBOB Organization.

St. Louis Writers Guild
A 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to further the literary heritage of the Midwest by supporting, connecting, and promoting writers and literary organizations. Organization was established in 1920.  Individual membership is open to writers of all genres and levels of experience.  Institutional memberships are free of charge to nonprofit literary organizations within the Midwest and also available for a modest fee to companies and organizations that provide products and services that are relevant and useful to writers or that seek to support the Guild in its mission.  See website for upcoming events and current benefits. 
www.stlwritersguild.org

Teamsters Local 618

Webster Groves Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
Meets on the second Saturday of every month, September thru May, at Miss Sheri's Cafeteria, 9967 Manchester Road in Warson Woods at 11:00 am.  Guests and prospective members are always at all meetings except the May members only meeting.  Visit our website for more information.  http://www.mssdar.org/wgroves/ 

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MUSIC & ARTS
Affton Community Band
The band is composed of approximately 55 members ranging in age from the teens to the 70’s. We are a summer organization, beginning rehearsals in late May with performances in June and July. Funding for the band is provided by donations.  If you're interested send email to edingd@swbell.net or phone (314)544-2849.

Chamber Music Society of St. Louis, Inc.
CMSSL was formed in 2008 to present chamber music of the highest quality performed by nationally recognized artists to Missouri and Illinois residents, as well as educational activities designed to encourage more adults and students to appreciate the art form, and to support student chamber music ensembles.   

Hispanic Festival, Inc.
The Hispanic Festival, Inc. presents Hispanic festivals throughout the St. Louis City and County areas.  Please contact us at:
Hispanic Festival, Inc.
P.O. Box 78392
St. Louis, MO   63178
(314) 837-6100

Missouri Ballet Theatre
Enriching our community by offering public performances, educating through community outreach and creating art that embodies passion, beauty and grace.  We are a professional ballet company for young dancers that fosters dance through a creative and healthy environment.

The River Blenders Chorus
Established in 1978, the River Blenders Chorus has been entertaining audiences throughout the St. Louis area for thirty years. This women's chorus sings four-part, a cappella harmony with style and pizazz. The dazzling choreography and sparkling costumes are sure to entertain, and the powerful sound of 100 voices will leave you breathless. Real Women. Real Harmony. Real Fun.

Scientific Arts Foundation
Bridging Science and the Arts
The Scientific Arts Foundation is a Missouri 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization that supports research, education and community outreach programs that advocate the value of creative expression as it improves, enhances and enriches quality of life.

Touhill Performing Arts Center
On the campus of University of Missouri-St. Louis

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RELIGION
Concordia Seminary
Concordia Seminary serves Church and world by providing theological education and leadership centered in the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ for the formation of pastors, missionaries, and leaders in the name of The Lutheran Church -- Missouri Synod.

My Childs Heart
My Child’s Heart Ministry is a Christian organization whose mission is to bring children between the ages of 7-12 into a growing relationship with Christ by developing resources and online material that educates and equips parents to be intentional in their child’s spiritual development.   We help children and parents live a life that is pleasing to God.

Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet
6400 Minnesota Ave.
St. Louis, MO  63111
(314) 481-8800

ThriVe® St. Louis
ThriVe® St. Louis is a Christ-centered organization that empowers people to make life-affirming and healthy decisions about sex, pregnancy and relationships.  The organization provides information, counseling, education, and support to individuals facing an unplanned pregnancy or coping with a past abortion or pregnancy loss through four area pregnancy resources centers.  ThriVe® provides medical services related to pregnancy and a sexual integrity education program in local middle and high schools, churches and community youth organizations.  The organization provides extended support to women through the Missouri Alternatives to Abortion program and a maternity home.  Founded in 1983 as Crisis Pregnancy Center and operating since 1999 as Pregnancy Resource Centers, ThriVe® St. Louis is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization operating Pregnancy Resource Centers and the Best Choice℠ Sexual Integrity Program. ThriVe® is committed to changing the conversation about sex. For more information about ThriVe® St. Louis, contact Erin Kelley at (314) 783-3040 x224, via email ekelley@thrivestlouis.org  or visit www.thrivestlouis.org.

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SPORTS
Affton Athletic Association
Sports Leagues

All American Athlete, Inc.
All American Athlete, Inc which partners with Northstar Basketball and Hoop2ter training. We train athletes from no experience to highly skilled. Also does camps, individual/team, and coaches training for basketball. WE have a learning and positive atmosphere. We try to build the total person not just the athlete! 
northstarbasketball@hotmail.com

www.northstarsbasketball.com/

Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is a life-changing, experiential learning programs for girls in third to eight grade. The programs combine training for a 3.1 mile running event with self-esteem enhancing, uplifting workouts. The goals of the programs are to encourage positive emotional, social, mental and physical development.  Girls on the Run St. Louis operates in more than 100 schools throughout the Greater St. Louis area.  To learn more about our program and how you can get involved please visit out Web site www.girlsontherunstlouis.org.

Heine Meine - Lemay Baseball Association
We are a non-profit organization, providing a quality organized baseball program for St. Louis area youth. 

James Washington III Foundation
The James Washington III Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the Saint Louis youth overcome daily challenges by educating them on the principles, values and expectations of life, while also providing fundamental basketball instruction. The James Washington III Foundation’s primary focus is empowering youth with excellent decision-making techniques that will provide them with the necessary tools to keep them drug free and motivate them to strive for personal success on the basketball court, in the classroom, at home and in their communities. For more information, please visit our website at www.jw3foundation.org

Joints In Motion
Joints in Motion is the Arthritis Foundation's world-class marathon/hike training program that raises funds to fight arthritis, the nation's number one disability.

KEEN St. Louis
KEEN is a national, nonprofit volunteer-led organization that provides one-to-one recreational opportunities for children and youth with developmental and physical disabilities at no cost to their families and caregivers. KEEN's mission is to foster the self-esteem, confidence, skills and talents of its athletes through non-competitive activities, allowing young people facing even the most significant challenges to meet their individual goals. For information about becoming a volunteer or enrolling an athlete, please contact KEEN at info@keenstlouis.org or (314) 259-5980.

Mark Munsell Memorial Foundation (MMMF)
The Mark Munsell Memorial Foundation (MMMF), is a Missouri non for profit corporation established in December of 2003 in memory of a great man, husband, brother, son and friend. MMMF is a 501(c)3 entity organized exclusively for charitable purposes.  Our goal is to support children and help them become better adults through athletics. We feel supporting children through MMMF, Mark will be remembered and honored, as athletics and mentoring were essential elements of Mark’s short life.

Our fundraising efforts have already begun helping the local community. Over the past 2 years, MMMF has helped local youth teams with monetary and equipment donations. In addition, we are very proud to announce the endowment of a scholarship in Mark’s name at his ala mater, Southeast Missouri State University .

Show-Me STATES GAMES
The Show-Me STATE GAMES is a non-profit organization that is devoted to inspiring all Missourians of every age and skill level to stay physically active.

Sports for Kids
One Metropolitan Square
Suite 1100
St. Louis, MO  63102
(314) 992-0689

St. Louis Curling Club
To establish the sport of Curling in the St. Louis Metropolitan area.

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WOMEN

The Junior League of St. Louis
The Junior League of St. Louis is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.  Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.

The National Council of Jewish Women - St. Louis Section
295 N. Lindbergh
St. Louis, MO 63141
(314) 993-5181
www.theresaleshop.org

Missouri Women in Trades (MOWIT)
We are a 501 C 3 organization that promotes and supports women working in the construction trades by building awareness of the trades as a career choice and providing a support network for tradeswomen.  Incorporated in 2008, Missouri Women In Trades began with a group of tradeswomen and their supporters organizing to provide support to each other and seeking a way to create changes in the industry.  These tradeswomen enjoy their work and find that support from other women is important in facing the challenges of the industry.  If you would like to find out more about the opportunities available for women working in the construction field, please call us at 314-963-3200, send us an email info@mowit.org or visit our website at www.mowit.org

OWL - The Voice of Mid-Life and Older Women
OWL is a women's advocacy organization 501 (c) 3.  We advocate for legislation that impacts women's lives, such as social security, healthcare, pay equity, etc.  We also have a Financial Education Series annually for women and a Divorce Support Group that meets twice a month for women who have experiences divorce after a long term marriage.  There are meetings monthly on many interesting topics as well as outings to plays and other St. Louis sites.

Rung
Rung is a non-profit women's resale boutique that offers professional attire at affordable prices in a fun and uplifting atmosphere.  100% of Rung's profits go to support the Women's Foundation of Greater St. Louis, a volunteer organization that makes charitable investments in St. Louis area programs that provide stabilization for at-risk women and girls.  Rung is located at 9739 Manchester Rd., St. Louis, MO 63119 (314) 918-0575.

St. Louis Chapter Hadassah, with over 1,700 local members and celebrating 90 years, is the local chapter of HADASSAH, WZOA, the largest women’s membership organization in the U.S. Hadassah is a not-for-profit organization that supports world renowned medical research, care and treatment; health education/advocacy, volunteerism, Jewish education/continuity, youth, and environment in Israel and the U.S. Hadassah was a 2005 Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, has the highest Charity Navigator rating and has been named one of the top 50 charities nationally by the Non-Profit Times. Members are committed to the organization and their communities and through programs, activities and events are encouraged to realize their full potential to benefit society. Successes/events locally include: health education programs, “Walking on Sunshine” the annual June walk that supports funding of neuro-oncology research, the annual fall “Dream Kitchen Tour” and a speaker’s bureau promoting the nursing profession. For information on St. Louis Chapter Hadassah, please call: 314-991-0434 or visit www.stlouis.hadassah.org or www.hadassah.org

The River Blenders Chorus
Established in 1978, the River Blenders Chorus has been entertaining audiences throughout the St. Louis area for thirty years. This women's chorus sings four-part, a cappella harmony with style and pizazz. The dazzling choreography and sparkling costumes are sure to entertain, and the powerful sound of 100 voices will leave you breathless. Real Women. Real Harmony. Real Fun.

ThriVe® St. Louis
ThriVe® St. Louis is a Christ-centered organization that empowers people to make life-affirming and healthy decisions about sex, pregnancy and relationships.  The organization provides information, counseling, education, and support to individuals facing an unplanned pregnancy or coping with a past abortion or pregnancy loss through four area pregnancy resources centers.  ThriVe® provides medical services related to pregnancy and a sexual integrity education program in local middle and high schools, churches and community youth organizations.  The organization provides extended support to women through the Missouri Alternatives to Abortion program and a maternity home.  Founded in 1983 as Crisis Pregnancy Center and operating since 1999 as Pregnancy Resource Centers, ThriVe® St. Louis is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization operating Pregnancy Resource Centers and the Best Choice℠ Sexual Integrity Program. ThriVe® is committed to changing the conversation about sex. For more information about ThriVe® St. Louis, contact Erin Kelley at (314) 783-3040 x224, via email ekelley@thrivestlouis.org  or visit www.thrivestlouis.org.

Walks For Women
AMC Cancer Research Center.  AMC was founded 96 years ago in Denver as an independent, non-profit research center. In 1989 it became the first institution in the country to devote its entire research effort to cancer prevention and control. Today AMC attracts nationally recognized researchers and conducts the nation's third largest research program on cancer prevention.

Women on Mission
St. Louis is a Women’s Giving Circle that is focusing on helping the residents of College Hill, a North St. Louis community, as they revitalize themselves.  We pool our membership dues into a grant and award the grant to a 501 C 3 organization that best can provide services in one of the following areas:  Health, Human Services, Education, Arts, Environment and Civic.  Our website is www.womenonmissionstl.org.  

Women's Health Base
Women's Health Base provides a comprehensive look and explanation of the various topics that concern women.  We discuss everything from menopause to relationships, tailored in a way most informative and helpful to women.

 

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