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Aging Ahead Foundation
Aging Ahead's mission is supporting individuals through the journey of aging.

All Nations
By developing personal relationships, All Nations promotes the love and message of Jesus Christ, helping refugees and immigrants of all ages eliminate impediments to the full expression of their unique gifts, allowing them to thrive in their new environment and escape the feeling of displacement.

American Red Cross of Missouri & Arkansas
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

The MISSION of AmeriCorps St. Louis is to enhance the professional skills and life-long ethic of the young men and women who serve; to respond to critical unmet needs in the areas of emergency response and environmental conservation; to leverage service of volunteers; and to build the capacity of our partnering agencies and communities we serve.

ArchCity Defenders
ArchCity Defenders (ACD) is a holistic legal advocacy organization that combats the criminalization of poverty and state violence, especially in communities of color. ACD's foundation of civil and criminal legal representation, social services, impact litigation, policy and media advocacy, and community collaboration achieves and inspires justsice and equitable outcomes for people throughout the St. Louis region and beyond.

Art Saint Louis
Art Saint Louis enriches lives through the creative activity of our region's contemporary visual artists. Through exhibition, education, and exchange, we connect and inspire our community, and multiply the economic and cultural vitality of our region.

The BackStoppers, Inc.
Helping the families of those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our safety.

Ballroom Dance Academy of St Louis
The purpose of BDASL is to promote partner or ballroom style dancing, an important component of American culture and education. We believe in making this beautiful piece of American culture accessible to the entire community with outreach to schools, libraries, senior centers, arts fairs and more.

Big Bend Railroad Club, Inc.
Big Bend Railroad Club formed in 1938 to bring together people with the same interests of building and operating model trains and sharing their time and skills to anyone interested. Incorporated as a benevolent non-profit corporation in 1950 and renewed as a 501(c)(3) charity in 2000 to enforce their intention to entertain and teach the public about model railroading, and also practicing safety around railroad facilities, and to help restore and preserve a railroad depot they purchased.

The Big Muddy Dance Company
Our mission is to invigorate life through dance.

The Black Rep
To provide platforms for theatre, dance and other creative expressions from an African American perspective that heighten the social and cultural awareness of its audiences.

Brain Injury Association of Missouri
The Brain Injury Association of Missouri works to reduce the incidence of brain injury; to promote acceptance, independence, and productivity of persons with brain injury; and to support their families, caregivers and the community. A community-based organization serving persons with brain injury, their families, caregivers, physicians, therapists, case managers and others throughout Missouri, BIA-MO engages through support groups, volunteers, and service providers.

The Breakfast Club Inc.
The mission of BCI is: To increase the rate of mammography screening, clinical breast exams, and breast self-awareness among low-income uninsured and under insured African American women residing in north St. Louis City and County through education, awareness resources and support.

Camp Chaos Puppy Rescue
To place homeless pets in the best home possible and to see to it that they are spayed/neutered to eliminate their ability to add to the over population of unwanted and homeless pets.

CARE STL is dedicated to saving the homeless, abused, and neglected companion animals of the City of St. Louis through progressive and humane rescue, rehabilitation, and by pairing animals with humans to better each other. We are committed to keeping the City of St. Louis Animal Care shelter No-Kill. We believe in second chances and are committed to educating the public about responsible pet guardianship. Our mission focuses on the health and safety of the animals in our care.