Why we move beyond charity.
Education + employment go a long way toward providing opportunity to people in St. Louis, but other needs still exist. Beyond Charity programs meet the other needs of our city in empowering ways, creating a complete foundation for people + communities to flourish. From older adults to kids + their families, our diverse range of programs impact leaders of all ages so they can stay in the neighborhood they're transforming.
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Looking for an alternative spring break, mission trip or summer service opportunity that involves giving back to a place in need? AMP provides an opportunity for you to serve a community through missional living.
Youth work one-on-one with a volunteer on a weekly basis to reinforce their classroom literacy lessons. Students have an opportunity to practice their reading, vocabulary + comprehension skills. This program takes place at Adams Elementary. Email Amanda Carr for more information. email@example.com
Through our programs + services, we seek to promote successful aging by supporting seniors to live safely in their homes, lead a physically + spiritually active life + remain engaged in their community.
Through our Tax Prep program, we strive to promote financial stability + independence in the community. Volunteers + IRS professionals work together to help the community prepare their taxes for free each year. Assistance is for tax returns that have an average income of $49,000 + below.
The Mission: St. Louis VISTA Program is a full-time AmeriCorps VISTA Program for organizations + individuals interested in developing lasting solutions to the problems of poverty across Missouri.
The City wants you to have a safe place to live + enjoy peace of mind about your home. Mission: St.Louis (M:STL) administers the construction project management of the Healthy Home Repair Program (HHRP) in the City. To learn more about the Intake Process + eligibility requirements please call Healthy Home Repair program Hotline number at (314)657-3888, which is managed by the city of St. Louis.
One way we are able to serve our community here in North City is by opening up our space to our neighbors for a variety of events. Our community room, full service kitchen, gym and lounge are available for rental.
If you have further questions about how you can get involved, contact Amanda Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beyond Charity Partners
Local churches, businesses, community groups + organizations partner with our Beyond Charity programs to support the matriarchs + patriarchs that keep the fabric of our community together. To best serve our community, we utilize these partnerships to respond to the evolving needs of those we serve.
- Big Brother Big Sisters
- Building Futures
- Center for Nonprofit Leadership
- Center for Women in Transition
- College Bound
- Daughters of Charity
- Dutchtown South CC
- Five Star Senior Center
- Gene Slay's, Boys & Girls Club
- Grace Hill
- Healing Action
- Home Sweet Home
- Housing and Community Solutions
- Justine Peterson
- Lift For Life Gym
- Logos School
- Mathew-Dickey Boys & Girls Club
- North Campus
- Northside Youth and Senior Service Center
- Northwest Project
- Ozarks Literacy Council
- SLU Center for Service and Community Engagement
- Springfield Community Gardens
- St. Louis Activity Center
- St. Louis Area Agency on Aging
- St. Louis College Prep
- The International Institute
- The Kaleidoscope Discovery Center
- The Little Bit Foundation
- Thomas Dunn Learning Center
- Veterans for Peace
- Wesley House Association
- Wyman Center/inspireSTL
- Yoga Buzz