News

September

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Fri

Read Deaconess Foundation's message to city voters regarding Proposition R, which would generate revenue for ECE for children ages 0-5 thru a property tax increase of 6 cents per $100 assessed valuation. More>

25

Fri

Harris-Stowe State University and the Normandy Schools Collaborative have entered into a new partnership to provide two scholarships through the new HSSU Top 100 Scholars Program. More>

22

Tue

Nearly 30 STL families are embracing a unique opportunity to learn the science of early brain development, participating in a 10-week program designed to empower caregivers w/ knowledge & skills to develop their children's iintellectual & ed potential. More>

21

Mon

If you have an eligible school-aged student who isn't attending school in person, DSS is extending fulltime child care subsidy benefits through Dec. 31. If you need assistance w/ your summer cooling bills, you now have until Oct. 31 to apply for LIHEAP. More>

10

Thu

KITM's next virtual 8-week parenting class will begin Oct. 15 and continue each Thursday at 5:30pm (excluding Nov. 26) through Dec. 10. $25/session, $200 all 8 sessions. More>

9

Wed

FLOURISH will pass the baton to St. Louis Mutual Aid, as their extensive network will reach other pockets in the community that haven't yet received assistance. Final deadline for orgs to apply for the COVID-19 Response Fund thru FLOURISH is 9/16. More>

8

Tue

Mon.-Fri. from 9am-2pm drive-thru. You only need to get out of your car to load your groceries. All income levels accepted. Bring your ID & the names & birth dates of everyone living in your home. No appt needed. You can visit pantry 1x/month. More>

August

31

Mon

The Community Impact Network and 1st Financial Federal Credit Union have partnered together to offer a fee-free income replacement loan to residents of the Normandy Schools Collaborative Footprint. More>

28

Fri

MO State Parent Advisory Council is interested in hearing from parents/guardians who are participating/have participated in early childhood services, Parent Cafés, or other community activities/services.  Please share survey with parents. More>

27

Thu

Annie’s Hope is accepting applications for the next set of virtual Family Support Groups, a program for kids ages 6-18 & their families who are grieving a death. The next set of groups begins Wednesday, September 16th & there is currently no waiting list. More>

24

Mon

Simple list of housing resources including financial, utility, homeless prevention and legal assistance for county residents. More>

24

Mon

Beyond Housing: 2020 Executive Summary More>

24

Mon

Students can access academic tutoring, homework help and test prep assistance. Resources are also available for early college students, adult learners and job seekers. More>

12

Wed

Due to changes in the school year from COVID-19, UMSL's Mobile Eye Van schedule is being revamped to begin on October 1, 2020. Three area locations are scheduling appointments and working with people 6 months and up. More>

11

Tue

Missouri Healthcare for All is seeking a full-time Communications Manager. More>

11

Tue

The Nonprofit Relief and Recovery Program was created to support Missouri nonprofit organizations in meeting critical and emergent needs resulting from the COVID-19 public health emergency and in building organizational capacity for recovery. More>

7

Fri

Assistance with technology is available to help us stay connected during the Covid-19 crisis! More>

4

Tue

Congratulations to Fathers and Families Support Center and Mission: St. Louis who were among the list of grant awardees! More>

July

31

Fri

BJC Behavioral Health is offering free crisis counseling to anybody impacted by the pandemic. If you or anyone you know needs behavioral health support related to COVID-19, please call 314.747.7492 or text “TalkWithUs” to 66746. More>

24

Fri

The Family Empowerment Pack is meant to help you support your child's growth from birth to when they enter Kindergarten. More>