Our employees are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. Each of the following organizations hits close to home, and we’re proud to support them personally and professionally. We’re doing our best to get involved and make a difference – and we invite you to join us.
Serving west St. Louis County, Circle of Concern provides thousands of people every year with much-needed access to food. The organization also offers financial support, scholarships, job mentoring, children’s programs and holiday events.
Founded in 1998 by Randy Grim, Stray Rescue has been saving the underdog for over twenty years. Randy rescued homeless and abused dogs off the streets and realized there were no other resources available to help them. The 501(c)3 nonprofit organization opened its first shelter in Lafayette Square on 18th Street.
The Marfan Foundation is a nonprofit organization that works tirelessly to advance life-saving research and improve the quality of life for people living with Marfan syndrome and related conditions. Marfan syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissue and affects roughly one in 5,000 people of all races and ethnic groups. Each year, the foundation pursues the most innovative research by providing support through its research grant program.
Head for the Cure’s mission is to raise awareness and funding to inspire hope for the community of brain cancer patients, their families, friends, caregivers and other supporters while celebrating their courage, spirit and energy. The foundation focuses on building awareness, raising funds and igniting hope for all who have faced this disease.
Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions for the needs of individuals with autism and their families through advocacy and support, increased understanding and acceptance of people with autism, and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.
Founded in 1975, Open Door Animal Sanctuary is one of the St. Louis area’s largest no-kill animal shelters, providing homeless cats and dogs with the highest quality of life and a second chance to find a forever family. Open Door relies 100% on donations from individuals, businesses and organizations in the community. Every day, Open Door provides shelter, food, medical care and love to more than 300 animals.
The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Their mission is to save lives, celebrate lives and lead the fight for a world without cancer. They provide everything from emotional support to the latest information for those touched by cancer.
Five Acres is a no-kill animal shelter in St. Charles County, Missouri. The dogs and cats in their care stay as long as needed until they find their forever home. Five Acres works with local animal control facilities and overcrowded shelters in Missouri and other parts of the country to transfer animals that face euthanasia. A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Five Acres relies on private donations, corporate support, events and grants.
Founded in 1987, AFSP is a voluntary health organization dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. With local chapters in all 50 states, the organization provides a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to support improved access to quality mental health care.
Places for People believes in a human approach to healing. Its mission is to improve individuals’, families’, and communities' physical and behavioral health through accessible, efficient, effective and accountable treatment services. Their goal is to help people reach their full potential for a purposeful and meaningful life.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is focused on helping those affected with MS live their best lives while striving to end MS forever. The organization provides resources and support for those suffering from MS and opportunities to fund and participate in cutting-edge research. It also provides access to independent research programs to stop MS progression, restore function, and end MS forever through prevention.
Founded in 1969, Spina Bifida of Greater St. Louis (SBSTL) is currently made up of over 350 members and a board that fully consists of volunteers. SBSTL strives to provide emotional and educational support for individuals with neural tube defects and their families and promote public awareness and concerns for all persons born with spina bifida, hydrocephalus, and other related birth defects.