News

July

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Tue

NSC Rock the Block
updated on 7/13/21

NSC Rock the Block More>

June

25

Fri

Kids Win Missouri is currently working to develop their policy priorities for the 2022 legislative session, and invites parents to join an hour-long conversation around children's health issues. More>

25

Fri

WEPOWER is recruiting a select cohort of 20 brilliant Black and Latinx early childhood educators and mothers of early childhood-aged children to join their next Power Building Academy and develop the skills necessary to lead change.  More>

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Mon

This year's St. Louis Metropolitan Area Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) is conducted jointly by SSM Health, BJC HealthCare, Mercy, St. Luke's Hospital & Shriners Hospitals for Children St. Louis. The CHNA is conducted by hospitals every 3 years. More>

10

Thu

The Harris-Stowe State University Community Impact Network Education Center was awarded the Commitment Award at the 2021 Moonshot LaunchCode Awards on Friday, June 4, 2021. More>

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Thu

Boys & Girls Clubs
updated on 6/03/21

Boys and Girls Club of Greater St. Louis Summer Camps More>

2

Wed

Eye Thrive will offer free eye exams and glasses at 5 SLCL locations this summer for any child age 3-18. Capacity is limited. Exams will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis until spots are filled. More>

May

28

Fri

SSM MOMS Groups
on 5/28/21

SSM MOMS Groups are free peer-led support groups for women dealing with worry, sadness, and overwhelming aspects of life during pregnancy and postpartum. All moms are welcome, no matter the age of your baby. More>

28

Fri

Turn the Page STL is teaming up with libraries, institutions and recreational centers to provide access to books, virtual learning, games and other activities to keep children in high-poverty areas reading during the summer. More>

24

Mon

Parents as Teachers National Center is currently looking for a parent educator to join their MIECHV program in St. Louis City. More>

24

Mon

The St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF) will be investing $1 million into historically underserved communities through the Grassroots Funding Program. More>

14

Fri

If you are eligible and currently have internet service, the Department of Economic Development (DED) has a new temporary program that may help with your monthly bill. Find more information on the DED website. More>

April

29

Thu

The Community Resource Initiative will bring social workers to 5 Library branches to address the barriers of accessing social services, provide referrals to other community partners, & equip Library employees to handle crisis situations. More>

5

Mon

Individuals needing help staying in their home can apply for Emergency Rental Assistance beginning April 5. ERAP will provide back rent & temporary rental assistance to low & moderate-income households that have experienced finances hardship due to COVID. More>

1

Thu

The Speaker Series: Racially Relevant Literacy in the PreK- Third Grade Classroom More>

March

26

Fri

The Community Health Champions (CHC) program seeks to provide a safe & supported space for conversations about COVID vaccines and about our overall well-being & health. PrepareSTL is recruiting 300 people to be CHCs. More>

5

Fri

Join PACT-STL every 3rd Wednesday of the month, 1-3pm (virtually) for a Parent Cafe. The current series theme is "Cultivating the Community." Cafes are hosted by parents, for parents. $10 gift card for attending. More>

5

Fri

Operation Food Search continues to work diligently to address the needs of families and individuals in our Community. More>

3

Wed

IN SEARCH OF COLLEGE STUDENTS LOOKING TO SPROUT AND GROW THEIR CAREER IN PARKS & RECREATION! More>

1

Mon

Applications for PPP are due no later than March 31, 2021, for all businesses, but program funding may run out before then. From February 24 to March 10, 2021, only businesses with fewer than 20 employees can apply for a PPP loan. More>