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Turning Good into Greater Good

2023 Grantees

Three-Year Grant

Lift For Life Gym - $33,333

Offers children in St. Louis a safe, enriching environment where they can strengthen their bodies, enrich their minds, develop healthy relationships and learn to make positive life choices.

One-Year Grants

Books for Newborns - $10,000

Promotes early literacy to build a strong foundation to educational success through the Infant Bookbag program which sparks reading and bonding at birth, including siblings through the Older Siblings Program.

City Greens Market - $25,000

Promoteshealthy living by providing access to fresh, quality, and affordable food in a safe and welcomingspace where neighbors can interact. Supports farmers as part of the community.

Girls in the Know - $25,000

Allows girls to embrace a strong sense of self with the vision that every girl has the tools to know she is enough. Uses school-based programming to provide fact-based information to girls, increasing their confidence to make safe and healthy decisions.

Kerengende Foundation - $25,000

Provides support to victims of sexual abuse and human trafficking and their families with culturally responsive services. Creates safe spaces to learn how to recover from and prevent abuse.

Mindseye - $12,000

Builds a more inclusive community by translating vision into audio for individuals who are blind or have low vision. Helps individuals who are vision impaired recover and maintain independence through accessible services.

Missouri Energycare - $15,000

Provides assistance with utility services to 700 low-income senior, disabled or chronically ill households to alleviate their high energy burden. Funds will assist in paying off the program’s new van, vital in delivering air conditioners and staff for home visits.

Room at the Inn - $25,000

Provides emergency shelter and a stabilizing support system to women and families in need and in distress through a collaborative, interfaith effort of congregations and organizations.

St. Louis Health Equipment Lending Program, Inc (HELP) - $10,000

Provides individuals in need with access to free medical equipment, enabling them to live as independently as possible and remain contributing members of the community.

Urban Harvest STL - $25,000

Builds community using inclusive, resilient local food systemsto encourage children to eat nutritious, fresh foods. Provides hands-on lessons, getting children involved in every part of the plant life cycle from seed to harvest.

Welcome Neighbor STL - $25,000

Partners with refugee and immigrant families, connecting them with people and opportunities to empower them to build and live their best life in their new country.

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