The Community Foundation helps Susan provide educational support to females interested in agriculture.
Setting up a donor advised fund at the Community Foundation proved to be a good alternative to starting a private foundation for the Seeser family.
The Community Foundation's Amy Murphy and others discuss what makes a good scholarship essay in Time, Inc.'s MONEY magazine.
Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. created the Sunshine Fund to assist its employees during times of disaster.
The Community Foundation helps Harris Frank to support his lifeline passion for educating children.
Karen pioneered HomeWorks!, a teacher home visit program that focuses on increasing academic achievement, attendance, and parental involvement.
John Alberici established his foundation as a supporting organization of the Community Foundation.
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Exemplifying National Standards
The Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation, the first community foundation to be established in Missouri and the second established nationwide, is proud to be among an elite group to be confirmed in compliance with the National Standards for U.S. Community Foundations™—the highest standards for philanthropic excellence.
We work to support the causes our community cares about. National Standards accreditation says that we meet the most rigorous standards in philanthropy and is a promise to our community that we’ll continue to do this good work together, in the greater St. Louis region.
Like everyone in the area, the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation was deeply saddened by the events in Ferguson, Missouri over the last several weeks. And, like others, we are looking for the best ways to help.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy recently featured an article exploring how philanthropic leaders in our area are coming together to search for new ways to solve an old problem. We are also in conversation with other philanthropic and community leaders about strategic ways to address the long term issue in a thoughtful and meaningful way.
If you are interested in personally exploring meaningful ways to provide aid and assistance in the aftermath of the events in Ferguson, please contact our knowledgeable staff to learn more about current needs.
Your time in Forest Park just got even more enjoyable! Forest Park Forever, with help from the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation and the Trio Foundation of St. Louis, has created a beautiful, useful guide to statues and monuments in Forest Park.
The Community Foundation was honored to partner with the Rome Group for its Philanthropic Landscape 2014: “Diving Into Data: What, Why and How to Use It for Success” event in July. The focus of this year’s event was how nonprofits and funders are using data to advance their missions and community work.
The event featured a keynote presentation from Carolyn Roby, senior vice president of the Social Responsibility Group at Wells Fargo Foundation, and a panel discussion featuring Charles Gasper, Director of Evaluation for the Nine Network; Rhonda Gray, Executive Director of Almost Home, Melinda McAliney, Program Director for Lutheran Foundation of St. Louis, and Kristine Ramsey, senior Vice President of Development at Wyman Center. You can view Ms. Roby’s address here, and watch the panel discussion here.
Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation
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