News

May

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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

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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>

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

March

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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>

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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>

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

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

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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>

February

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PrepareSTL & RRT's Community Health Champion Peer-to-Peer Outreach Program will use word-of-mouth to inform community behavior on vaccines. They’re looking for 300 champions to conduct “Living Well in the Era of COVID” community conversations via Zoom. More>

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Enhance your child's reading skills w/ Read & Play kit. Kit contains books, an interactive activity & early literacy tips around a different theme. Kits available for check-out for 2 weeks @ any SLCL branch starting 1/12/21.Recommended for ages 2-6. More>

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FLOURISH STL is currently seeking new members for its Community Leaders Cabinet! The Cabinet will identify priority solutions to reduce the number of Black babies who are dying & to make recommendations to partners in our region. More>

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Nine PBS offers online resources on engaging kids and the community in discussions about race and racism. More>

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In partnership with the St. Louis County Library & funded through the CARES Act, Miriam Learning Center is offering free, in-person & virtual tutoring w/ special education, reading, content, & other certified teachers! For STL County residents. More>

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Forward through Ferguson is working on a Racial Equity 2030 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation that could bring millions to STL for childcare. They've created a Parent and Provider survey to specifically engage them in the next phases of the proposal. More>

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The Bridge Program at UMSL is accepting applications for various summer pre-collegiate programs. The programs are free & students are exposed to college preparation resources, ACT preparation, middle school services, & more! More>

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Jamaa Birth Village, STL Doulas of Color Collective, and Generate Health have been selected as co-recipients of a Merck for Mothers Safer Childbirth Cities grant, which will expand access to doula care through a new STL 360 Doulas Initiative. More>

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Local healthcare providers are taking registration for the COVID-19 vaccination.To register, please access these links. More>

January

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This Community Mobilization & Innovation grant is geared at grassroots groups (as opposed to established nonprofits), & grant period is open thru Fri., 2/19! FLOURISH funds up to $25k for projects in the STL zip codes where infant mortality is worst. More>

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MO Coordinating Board for Early Childhood (CBEC) is recruiting members for 2 workgroups to further the efforts of the Early Care & Education Strategic Plan. If interested in becoming a member, complete the Interest Form by January 25, 2021. More>