Catch the Spirit

Become a member.
Help make a difference.
Make friends and have fun doing it.
Join now!

 

Learn about SOS

Check out our new video
For our most recent annual report, click here.


Upcoming Events

07 Jan
Grants Finance
Workshop for all
SOS members
Mary Jane Pieroni
from StoneCarlie
presents. Hosted by
Buckingham Asset
Management
8182 Maryland Ave
RSVP-Sue Rector
suerector@gmail.com

 

  22 Jan
New Member Orientation
for SOS members
and guests.
Hosted by -
Vicki Sheehan.
Fun for guests and members.
5-7 pm - For info,
rsvp: suerector@gmail.com

 

18 Feb
Education Event
for SOS members
and guests.
"Immigrants" -
a GREAT resource
for Economic Growth
5-7 pm
The Ethical Society
9001 Clayton Rd., 63117
$15 per person
rsvp: nina@ninaswartz.com

 

Together ... our giving ... can powerfully move .... St. Louis forward

A Simple Idea

Women coming together to give money away. A simple idea offering a fresh perspective: a collective giving network where individual resources are pooled to expand women's philanthropy and strengthen the St. Louis region. Embraced with phenomenal response from the onset, SOS has grown, welcoming all women who wish to join.

Mission

The Spirit of St. Louis Women's Fund (SOS) strengthens the St. Louis community through informed, focused grantmaking by educating and inspiring women to engage in significant giving.

Purpose

- Create a powerful organization of women devoted to improving the community.

- Be a force for significant social change through collective grantmaking.

- Provide financial support to community organizations dedicated to improving life in the Greater St.Louis area.

- Educate and inspire current and potential women donors.

Values

Equality, diversity, impact, education,collaboration, leadership and connection.

Join us today!

The invitation to join is open and inclusive. With no restrictions on age, professional status, religious affiliation, political views, race, lifestyle, where you live or volunteer time requirements, the group is diverse and eclectic. Any woman who wishes to join this dynamic group can.

Why Immigrants Matter

Discovering Our Community 2015 explores perceptions and reality in the St. Louis immigrant community.

Mark your calendar for Wednesday, February 18, 5-7 pm at The Ethical Society, 9001 Clayton Road, 63117.

This interactive program features local experts discussing how a diverse and vibrant immigrant community benefits St. Louis economically, socially, culturally and more.

Panelists include: Betsy Cohen, executive director of MOSAIC, Anna Crosslin, executive director of Internation Institute, and Julia Ostropolsky, executive director of the Bi-Lingual International Assistance Services.

The cost is $15 per attendee  - you will enjoy light refreshments and networking opportunities. Plus, learn how you can engage in the effort to make St. Louis a better place!

For more information, download a flyer here. Register online here or contact Nina Needleman, event chair, at nin@ninaswartz.com.

 

SOS GRANTS

Since its founding in 2006, SOS has given the St. Louis region over $1,400,000 in grants. Way to go SOS members! We are a national network of collective giving groups.