News

September

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Fri

Congratulations to our friends at St. Louis Youth Jobs, recipients of a just-announced $1 million investment from the St. Louis Public School District! More>

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>

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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>

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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>

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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>

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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>

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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>