StitchCast Studio provides discussion-based education programming with artist-mentors and youth-led podcast recordings that incorporate the arts. Podcasts will focus on the streets, gun violence, and finding solutions to issues that are coming at our youth hard.
Almost Home: $25,000
Foundations To Success Transitional Living Program provides transitional housing and supportive services to low-income, single mothers ages 16 to 21 and their children.
Angel’s Arms: $20,000
Life Launch Program works to prepare foster youth living in Angels’ Arms homes for a successful transition to adulthood.
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America, St. Louis Chapter: $10,000
The BREATH program provides prescription assistance, durable medical equipment, healthy home assessments, and education to low income children under the age of 22.
Eye Thrive: $15,000
Mobile Vision Clinic provides free vision screening, glasses and follow-up services as needed for low-income children in North St. Louis County.
Home Sweet Home: $25,000
Provides free furniture and home goods to St. Louis families transitioning out of homelessness and into low-income housing.
Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project (MICA): $25,000
Children’s Immigrant Action Project provides pro-bono legal services and access to educational, social and medical resources for immigrant children.
Pianos for People: $20,000
The Free Piano School in South St. Louis City and Ferguson provides access to high quality piano instruction, summer camps, workshops, and community events for disadvantaged families.
Urban Harvest: $25,000
Food Access Program supports a healthy community through seven organic urban farms, food donation, urban agriculture education and public programming to reach St. Louisans impacted by food insecurity.
Volunteers in Medicine, Inc.: $15,000
The VIM clinic and pharmacy provide free health care and medication for low income uninsured adults in St. Charles and Lincoln County.