News

February

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Fri

Please See Attached Flyer for information. More>

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Thu

United Way 2-1-1 Information Services is pleased to announce that 2-1-1 and The St. Louis Regional Housing Helpline has blended into one all-encompassing service pipeline for callers. Dialing either 2-1-1 or 314-802-5444 will lead callers to 2-1-1. More>

5

Wed

Free Tax Prep!
updated on 2/05/20

Did you know you can file your taxes for free? Last year United Way partners filed over 18,000 tax returns for low income families and seniors with the help of hundreds of IRS trained volunteers. More>

January

22

Wed

Money Smarts School of Finance for Children’s Spring Session 2020 is open for registration! This organization teaches basic & advanced financial competencies focusing on building wealth/obtaining assets to youth. Scholarships Available! More>

21

Tue

Make sure North County gets its fair share of resources through a complete and accurate count by attending one of these sessions. Dinner provided. More>

21

Tue

Are you interested in being a bus driver? If so, apply on the Job Opportunities page on NSC's website. If you don’t have bus driving experience, they will train you! Your training will be paid for until you are certified and ready to drive! More>

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Thu

The U.S. House of Representatives recently passed H.R. 3172, the Safe Sleep for Babies Act, banning the sale, manufacturing, and distribution of crib bumper pads and incline sleepers. You can reach out to Senator Roy Blunt's office to request a hearing. More>

14

Tue

The WEPOWER Tomorrow Builder Fellows have released The Playbook—a blueprint for addressing the racial and socioeconomic inequities that exist in the St. Louis region for our youngest children and their families. More>

13

Mon

WEPOWER and other stakeholders want St. Louis and St. Louis County to spend more money on early childhood education. More>

7

Tue

The SkillUP program at Mission: St. Louis seeks to empower men and women by providing opportunities to gain work readiness skills that will improve their ability to attain sustainable employment that leads to self-sufficiency. More>

7

Tue

Hiring Summer Interns NOW
updated on 1/07/20

Please see attached flyer for details. More>

7

Tue

Starting January 1, 2020, St. Louis County Library and St. Louis Public Library will no longer charge overdue fines on materials returned late. More>

December

28

Sat

Young Voices with Action has partnered with the United Nations Association of St. Louis to build the capacity of young adults in being ambassadors in their communities - locally, nationally, and internationally. More>

11

Wed

Missouri’s youngest children are losing health care coverage at an alarming rate, according to an analysis released today by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families. More>

November

19

Tue

Equity Homes is Looking for an experienced carpenter to join their team! More>

13

Wed

BREATH Program
updated on 11/13/19

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of St. Louis seeks eligible children and youth to apply for the BREATH (Bridging Resources to Encourage Asthma Treatment and Health) Program More>

12

Tue

Home For Sale
on 11/12/19

Equity Homes has renovated it's second home and it's up for sale! More>

8

Fri

The Administration for Children & Families is seeking input from the public and interested stakeholders on strategies to improve access to high quality, affordable child care in the U.S. Comments are due by December 2, 2019. More>

8

Fri

The ACLU of Missouri has created a survey to gather experiences and opinions about suspensions in Pre-K through third grade. The survey takes about five minutes and does not ask for any identifying information. More>

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Fri

Child Development Courses and opportunities at St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute (include early educator credits/clock hours). Share with your networks, including parents and families that might be interested. More>