The Salvation Army reports an uptick in its red kettle donations after a dramatic drop off earlier this season blamed on social unrest.
Kizzie Davis and her husband opened the doors to their business the day before the Michael Brown shooting, and have stayed open since.
About 13,000 donors logged onto the website from midnight to midnight Tuesday, according to event co-organizer Amelia Bond.
The first-ever Give STL Day runs all day Tuesday, May 6, from midnight to midnight.
The health department said they couldn’t hand out food, but Churches on the Streets found a way around the rules.
Grace’s Place will have to close their doors if they can’t raise $10,000.
Waynesville Mayor Luge Hardman says it began when a group of 20 troubled teens from the Piney Ridge residential treatment center raised about $500 to attend Six Flags St. Louis.
Be sure to stop in at one of the stores in St. Louis who are on a mission to improve the local community.
If you want to know what an empty, meaningless political photo opportunity is look at Congressman Paul Ryan’s drop by at a food bank last week in Youngstown, Ohio.
$800 in cash for local charity blew out onto busy highway.