Charitable Funds

  • A “BOOKS ARE GOOD” Experiment

    Our goal at The Noir Bookshop is to get books into the hands of the community any way we can, and eradicate book deserts. Join us in introducing ONYX, a free public book vending machine aimed at providing free books to children in St. Louis.

  • Axes Physical Therapy Foundation

    Axes PT Foundation, a donor-advised fund, provides financial contributions to Greater St. Louis area charities nominated and selected by Axes employees.  The goal of Axes PT Foundation is to continue supporting the needs of many local charitable entities that are giving back to a wide range of causes.

  • The Dr. Otis A. Jackson Scholarship Fund

    This donor-advised fund provides scholarships to African-American high school seniors at St. Louis Public Schools who will be attending an accredited four year college or university.

  • Glow for Hope

    Glow For Hope™ is on a mission to illuminate the path towards a brighter future by organizing captivating glow-in-the-dark events. Through these events, Glow for Hope NFP, a donor-advised fund, aims to raise funds and awareness for suicide prevention, with a particular focus on supporting teens and young adults.

  • Annie’s Hope

    Providing comprehensive support for children, teens & their families who are grieving the death of someone significant.

  • Annie Carter Mersmann Memorial Fund

    Honoring the Life of Annie Carter Mersmann by supporting programs to support grieving kids at Annie’s Hope.

  • Bellerive Charitable Foundation

    The Bellerive Charitable Foundation was established by members of the Bellerive Country Club to promote the enrichment, educational advancement, and welfare of those who serve the Club and to make a positive contribution to the greater St. Louis region.

  • Caritas Family Solutions

    Caritas Family Solutions is a human services nonprofit whose mission is to strengthen the social and emotional well-being of individuals and families in order to create healthy relationships, loving homes and strong communities throughout the Metro-East and Southern Illinois. Services include adoption, pregnancy care, foster … More →

  • CASA of Southwestern Illinois

    Our mission is to recruit, train, supervise and support volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children from the Judicial Systems of St. Clair, Madison, Monroe and Randolph Counties, in order to reduce the physical, emotional, intellectual and social impact of child maltreatment.

  • The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri

    The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri responds to child abuse through a supportive team approach to reduce trauma to children and their non-offending family members.

  • Christian Family Services

    We provide loving services to find homes for children and to help families find solutions. We understand the people need a place to heal, families need to be together, children need a good home and life does not always happen as planned.

  • Friends of Crossroads College

    Supports mission to offer a challenging curriculum to a diverse and inclusive community.

  • Max & Drew Erlich Entrepreneurial Scholars

    Provides scholarships for students at Crossroads who demonstrate financial need and entrepreneurial spirit.

  • Gateway Children’s Charity

    Gateway Children’s Charity (GCC) raises funds to make high-impact, tangible investments in early childhood programs that support children living in underserved St. Louis communities.

  • Green Building Council

    U.S. Green Building Council-Missouri Gateway Chapter believes that everyone deserves to live, work, and learn in a green and healthy building.

  • Guardian Angel Settlement Association

    Helps those in poverty by improving the quality of their lives and achieving economic independence.

  • Immigrant Family Emergency Response

    The Immigrant Family Emergency Response Fund, a pooled fund created collaboratively by local foundations and nonprofit organizations, addresses the financial repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic and lack of funding available for immigrant families.

  • Immigrant & Refugee Women’s Program (IRWP)

    Our mission is to increase the independence to reduce isolation of immigrant and refugee women (and men) by teaching them basic English and practical living skills in the security of their own home.

  • Jefferson County Library Foundation

    Honoring the Life of Annie Carter Mersmann by supporting programs to support grieving kids at Annie’s Hope.

  • Lift for Life Academy Foundation

    Lift For Life Academy (LFLA) is an independent, public charter school committed to providing a safe, nurturing and academically challenging learning community for at risk youth.