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2014 Grantees 2018-09-19T16:22:12+00:00

2014 GRANTEES

·       Boys Hope Girls Hope:  $12,500

Provide year-round residential care as well as academic and emotional support needed to prepare for college

·       Casa de Salud:  $20,000

Deliver high-quality clinical and mental healthcare for uninsured and underinsured patients

·       Circle of Concern:  $10,000

Fund Kid Bag Project providing food to children during the summer when not in school

·       College Summit:  $25,000

Provide a class on post-secondary planning for students who are college-capable but lack support systems

·       Forest ReLeaf of Missouri:  $20,000

Build a greenhouse to cultivate seeds from Missouri trees to restore urban forests

·       Health Protection and Education Service:  $5,000

Provide health screenings, doctor visits, laboratory tests, medical referrals, and health education to underserved poverty-level people who don’t speak English

·       Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project:  $10,000

Provide equipment and supplies for a new volunteer attorney to extend program helping low-income immigrants

·       Pathways to Independence:  $10,000

Help adults with complex learning disabilities gain skills necessary for independence

·       Prison Performing Arts:  $15,000

Support the Alumni Theatre Company, made up of former inmates, which is designed to reduce recidivism

·       St. Louis Internship Program:  $20,000

Provide the salaries for 40 inner-city youth with community organizations

·       Volunteers in Medicine:  $12,740

Provide prescription medicines for lower income people not covered by Medicare, Medicaid or private health insurance

·       VOYCE:  $11,260

Improve the quality of volunteer training to ensure a quality of life for people living in long-term care

·       Women In Charge:  $12,500

Prepare women for the new High School Equivalency test so that they may provide for themselves and their children