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The Korey Johnson Foundation is a 501C Non-Profit organization dedicated to teaching compassion and philanthropy to youth by highlighting the importance of giving and receiving.



Korey Johnson




Feed My Peeps is a 501C Non-Profit Organization that helps those in the St. Louis communities and surrounding areas by picking up food from restaurants, schools, caterers, farmers & local marketplacesand then  distributing to ministries serving those in need.



Jacki Dirksmeyer

PO Box 440313, St. Louis 63144

(314) 452-8578




Project Compassion is dedicated to promoting the

empowerment and enhancement of disadvantaged

low-income women and children with a focus on youth.


6609 W Main St

Belleville, IL

(618) 397-1790




Premier Mobile Dj & Entertainment Company


They specialize in providing High Quality Music & Entertainment to the entire St Louis Mo. Indianapolis IN. and Springfield IL. Areas.They provide services to businesses Corporate Events,Wedding and Anniversaries,Birthday & Karaoke Parties.They have live bands available of all Genre's,School Events,Live Sound,Light Shows,Music & Video DJing



DJ CoolVon

(618) 779-4799

P.O. Box 4424 Fairview Heights, Illinois, 62208


The Pink Angels is a foundation dedicated to helping those diagnosed with breast cancer. 

As a foundation they are also devoted to raising awareness in the community regarding this deadly disease called breast cancer.  It is with early detection that LIVES ARE SAVED.
The Pink Angels Foundation is funded with generous contributions from  support angels and survivors.  The funds donated are used to provide financial services in addition to moral support for breast cancer patients.
6614 Clayton Road Ste. #363
Richmond Heights, MO 63117

Will's Way Inc. is a 501(C)3 Organization geared towards reducing childhood obesity, including parents, caregivers, schools, faith-based and community-based organizations. Everyone role is key to ensuring a healthy future for children.


4526 Aldine Ave

St. Louis, Mo. 63113

Tel: 314-581-0736

Fax: 314-371-4001




Butterfly Haven, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, serving the greater St. Louis area’s foster, adoptive families and children in crisis. Dedicated to teaching God’s love in action and founded on Biblical principles of compassion and service, the mission of the organization is to enrich the lives of children in the foster care system.




Better Family Life, Inc. (BFL) is a community development 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to the prosperity and growth of the American family.



5415 Page Blvd.

St. Louis, Mo. 63112

(314) 367-3440 Fax: (314) 669-9419

STL Youth Sports Outreach is a 501 (C) 3 organization dedicated to helping provide lightly used sports equipment to children who otherwise may not be able to participate in sports activities due to the high cost of equipment. 



For more information contact:


Billy or kristy Mayhall

4001 Wright Ave

St. Ann, Mo. 63074



Chocolate Diamondz is a nonprofit organization that encourages homeless teen mothers' to continue with their education & assist in seeking employment opportunities by providing job readiness programs & services that provide day care information.


Dana Powell


LegalShield  provides legal service plans to families which allows customers to access legal counsel and advice from qualified lawyers 24 hours a day for as low as $20 a month.


Charlene Sears | (Independent Associate)

(314) 277-2066 

Valenda's Hope is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization bringing awareness to women, regarding the issues of breast health and women health issues.

Valenda's Hope

Valenda Keys

P.O. Box 191

St. Louis MO, 63074

Sweet Celebrations services the homeless community by providing birthday parties for each child. The birthday parties include: a personalized birthday cake, ice cream, birthday gifts, birthday games, and goody bags for all the birthday guests.

84 Weldon Parkway

Maryland Heights, MO 63043
(314) 387-0395

Covenant House Missouri provides services to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth ages 16-21

Freida Morris

Support Services Case Manager

2727 North Kinghighway Blvd

St. Louis, Mo. 63113


fax: 314-454-0005

T.O.T.E.S. 4 Tomorrow is a non-profit organization that helps those in need throughout the St. Louis area by providing toiletries, clothing, and other items for daily living.


Contact information:

Tiffany Nelson

(314) 665-5984



Sisters of Hope is a Christian organization dedicated to supporting girls to excel and reach their full potential in life. We focus on enrichment programs that build high self esteem, moral excellence, high academics, eager ambition and leadership skills. Our purpose is to prepare young girls to become our future leaders, helping them strive and accomplish success in all areas of life.

Shower to the People is a non-profit, free mobile shower and hygiene service that meets the needs of our city's homeless population. ​ Through mobile shower units, hygiene supply distribution and relationship building, Shower to the People STL seeks to RESTORE DIGNITY, FOSTER HOPE and EMPOWER UPWARD MOBILITY to our friends and neighbors living in poverty on the streets of our beloved city."

Shower To The People

1901 Ann Ave.

Saint Louis, MO 63104

(314) 825 9407

KHAOS, Inc is a 501c3, non profit organization, geared toward helping individuals learn how to Keep Healing And Overcoming Struggles (khaos) through groups.

8790 Manchester

Suite 205

St. Louis, Mo. 63144

(P) (314) 399-9269
(F) (314) 558-8448

Blessed Cloeset is a nonprofit organization which provides gently used attire to less fortuate individuals who are in need of business clothing for job interviews to help get back into the work force.


Nikkie Wilson

Blessings Closet

307 S. Florrisant Rd.

Ferguson, Mo. 63136


The Commission4lyfe Movement is an organization which focuses on helping at risk youth and uplifting fallen humanity through comprehensive programs and initiatives.



The Ferguson Youth Initiative (FYI) is a 501(c)3 not for profit organization serving the youth of the Ferguson community by encouraging them and engaging them as active members of the community, developing programs as needed, and further communicating and partnering with existing community youth programs.

110 Church Street
Ferguson, MO 63135

The Future Life Foundation

The Future Life Foundation is a non-profit organization with a focus on improving the lives of St. Louis teens by providing needed resources

Kids Wish Network is a 501(C)3 charitable organization dedicated to infusing hope, creating happy memories, and improving the quality of life for children having experienced life-altering situations. Kids Wish Network was started with the single purpose of granting wishes to children suffering with life-threatening conditions, but have since created additional programs to benefit kids nationwide, including Hero of the MonthKids Wish Network On TourHoliday of Hope Gift BanksA Child Forever Funeral Assistance, and their International Relief program.

Kids Wish Network
4060 Louis Ave.
Holiday, Florida 34691
727-937-3600 or 888-918-9004

Rebirth Rollerz is a Non-profit organization of roller skaters who give back to their community by holding charity events and well as providing skating classes for young children in order to provide something positive to do.

ACOPP is a 501(c)3 charity which partners with a variety of agencies to offer quality social, psychological, developmental and educational services to children of incarcerated parents. 

We conduct weekly activity projects that will work with the children as well as the incarcerated parents,min order to strengthen family ties.

All seminars/workshops facilitated by skilled professionals with accountable experience and knowledge of the subject matter. Supervision of all youth sessions conducted by experienced staff. Program participants will be accepted via referrals from educational institutions, social service agencies, courts, outreach and application enrollment. Groups of 10-15 children engage in tutoring, homework/study sessions, art classes, physical activities, field trips, parent visitation trips and other programs that will afford the children opportunities to be successful while their parents are incarcerated.

We will work closely with referral agents in terms of assessment and evaluation of the children.

4313 Sheve Ave

St. Louis, Mo. 63115

(314) 265-6414

St. Louis HELP provides anyone in need access to free home medical equipment through our recycle and reuse program, enabling them to live as independently as possible and remain contributing members of the community.


Behind every reused item of home medical equipment, there is a story to be told, a dream being realized, a goal being met

The fight to regain physical mobility and independence after a serious illness or injury, or to maintain these freedoms as one ages, can be a challenging experience. For many, partial recovery means reliance on home medical equipment to help them achieve their fullest potential.

We provide access to this equipment at no charge – making the difference between living independently and productively or living a life of dependence and immobility.

St. Louis HELP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All equipment and monetary donations are tax deductible.

9709 Dielman Rock Island Industrl Dr, 

St Louis, MO 63132


Sisters In Purpose (SIPS) empowers our young women by creating leaders, entrepreneurs and trendsetters of tomorrow. (A girls program of Chosen For Change)

P.O. Box 321

Florissant, Missouri

(707) 355-4483

Gentle of Vision purpose is to To engage economically disadvantaged males in a positive program that holistically addresses the needs of its members to ensure successful completion of secondary education resulting in enrollment in a post-secondary educational institution

2700 McNair Ave

St. Louis, Mo. 63118

(314) 255-9665

Rich Girls Real Women a non profit organization for girls in middle, high school and college. Our goal is to encourage, empower, and enrich their lives through character, personal development and social change.

3230 School Street

St. Louis, Mo. 63106

 (314) 536-6296

Signatures of Virture helps Restore Faith & Hope and reassuring Gods Love by transforming the Outward beauty into Within...through Makeovers and Seminars

For a makeover or to book a seminar contact....

Sharea “Virtue” Rodgers


Our main focus is to provide our homeless friends with essential everyday items that most of us take for granted. Something small to us is HUGE to them.

Serving our local homeless friends with love and respect.

410 Bernice St

State Park Place, Illinois

 (618) 401-0538

Michael Brown Foundation DBA Chosen For Change is a registered 501c3

- Monthly visits by CFC to schools to motivate our youth.
- Annual Chosen Fathers Retreat for grieving men across the country that have lost a child. 
May 20th – Community events are held in honor of Mike, Jr.’s birthday.
- August 9th – Community events and a vigil is held in remembrance of Mike, Jr.’s home going.
- Oct.-Jan. - Season of Giving includes random acts of kindness, Adopting Families and more!

Additional Events, Programs & Services
- Bereavement Services within 48 hours of the loss of a child
- Grieving Support for Fathers through our Chosen Fathers Program
- Youth Lock-In

P.O. Box 321

Florissant, Missouri

Call (314) 885-0607

IMentors In Motion, Inc. is incorporated under the State of Missouri statutes. We provide quality guidance and self-enrichment to children ages 05-17 years, as well as restoring communities to environmentally safe status. Educated skilled professionals with experience and knowledge of the subject matter facilitate all sessions/activities. Overall, the project is a three-month intensive program. Groups of 10-20 children and youth will attend 12-weeks of four-hour sessions Monday thru Saturday, between 3-7 pm. In addition, our staff will work with children and youth on-site at area schools. Each activity will be facilitated by trained, certified, qualified experts (in the respective fields) that have years of successful experience in working with our specific population.

1927 Cass Avenue

St. Louis, MO 6310

Tel: 314-327-3872

G.O.S.S.I.P. is a girls mentoring program for girls ranging in age 8-18. G.O.S.S.I.P. was created to educate and empower socially and economically disadvantaged girls.
Our goal is to train girls to make healthy choices through workshops, team building, peer to peer training, leadership development empowerment, and community service.
G.O.S.S.I.P.'s vision is to mentor girls into young ladies with the knowledge of life skills needed to reach their highest potential, regardless of their ethnicity of economic challenge

CreativeEDGE has the opportunity to provide a one stop solution for small business’ in visual branding problems. They provide graphic design and print, custom apparel, promotional items, signage, photography, and customer contact through social media solutions. Our immediate goal is to master the St. Louis market by applying our solutions as packages to small businesses, startup companies, and groups.


Tees, Hats, Jackets, Polos, Photography, Socks, Leather vest and jackets, boots, socks, accessories, pens, pencils, lanyards, if it can be printed on we can get it done!

For more information contact....

Jarvis Taylor

7527 S. Lindbergh

St. Louis, Mo. 63132



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