Voice of Caring
Our KMOX Voice of Caring partner for September is Pony Bird, which provides 24 hour care for developmentally disabled, non-ambulatory children and adults. Will the Delta Queen riverboat return to St. Louis to cruise the Mississippi River once again? Cornel Martin is heading the effort to bring the riverboat back.
The National Council of Jewish Women is getting ready to prepare more than a thousand St. Louis-area kids with everything they need for school this fall at The Back-To-School Store.
KMOX’s February Voices of Caring is Ready Readers. The group inspires preschoolers from low-income areas to become readers.
KMOX is looking for ten non-profit organizations in the St. Louis metropolitan area to be 2014 Voice of Caring Partners.
Our October KMOX Voice of Caring Partner is Project Backpack. Executive Director Judy Pearlstone joined the show to tell us about their mission. How do Cardinals players handle all the stress of performing in the […]
Team Activities for Special Kids (TASK) is a nonprofit 501(c) 3, and St. Louis’ only year-round instructional sports program that provides athletic and social opportunities to kids with special needs.
Our April Voice Of Caring Partner joins the show to discuss what’s going on in the St. Louis area. CEO Donna Martin of April Showers discusses what their organization is doing around the St. Louis […]
Our March Voice of Caring Partner Marian Middle School’s President Maureen Hermann joins the show.
For nearly 50 years, Life Skills has been serving adults and teens with developmental disabilities, such as autism, Down Syndrome and cerebral palsy.Life Skills helps individuals with developmental disabilities.
The mission of The National Children’s Cancer Society is to improve the quality of life for children with cancer and their families worldwide.