Habitat for Humanity St. Louis
3763 Forest Park Avenue
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
Open Tuesday-Saturday 9-4
ReStore Donations - What We Acceptpdf
Gaining Re-usable Materials Through Deconstruction
Did someone say Deconstruction?http://www.habitatstl.org/supportus/restore/deconstruction/
Is there a cost for a deconstruction?http://www.habitatstl.org/supportus/restore/deconstruction/costscale.htm
2009 Deconstruction Resultshttp://www.habitatstl.org/supportus/restore/deconstruction/results.htm
|Advocacy is a major component of the
Alzheimer's Association mission. Advocates
are people with Alzheimer's and related
disorders, caregivers, friends and families
whose voices together are a powerful tool for
change and hope of a future without
You can make a difference in our fight for a
world without Alzheimer's.
Tell Congress to
increase research funding.
|A comprehensive orientation to the
complexities of Special Needs Estate Planning.
Family to Family Education Program
About The Breast Cancer Site
Your click on the "Fund Free Mammograms" button helps fund
free mammograms for women in need —
low-income, inner-city and minority women whose awareness of
breast cancer and opportunity for help is often limited.
Your click is paid for by site sponsors,
and mammogram funding is provided
to clinics throughout the U.S.
through the efforts of the
National Breast Cancer Foundation.
|Goodwill helps provide job training to people with special needs. Its
1,950 retail stores, packed with donated clothing and other
household goods, help fund that mission.
What to Donate:
Almost anything — shoes, slacks, as long as the things are in
How It Works:
Pickup service is often provided, but you can also drop off clothing
at any Goodwill location. But don’t leave items outside a facility
after hours — you won’t get a receipt, and they could be stolen or
Where to Find It: Use the Zip Code locator at
www.goodwill.org to find a location near you, or
2110 Tenbrook Rd
Arnold, MO 63010
Store hours: 9:00AM-8:00PM
The Salvation Army
One of the largest charitable organizations in the world, the
Salvation Army runs many social-service programs, such as
homeless services and disaster-relief efforts.
What to Donate: A good rule of thumb: If you would give an
item to a friend, it’s fit to donate.
How It Works: Drop off your items at any of its 1,526 thrift
stores nationwide, or arrange to have them picked up. Most
locations don’t require a minimum number of bags for pickup.
Where to Find It: For pickup, call 800-958-7825. For further
information, or to find stores where you can drop off clothing,
call 800-725-2769, or go to www.salvationarmyusa.org
|Bill Bradley's crusade to
change voting day to
Saturday and Sunday.
|Dress for Success Midwest
The mission of Dress for Success is to promote
the economic independence of disadvantaged
women by providing professional attire, a
network of support and the career development
tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
|landfills, this ecologically minded
“middleman” connects you to thousands of
charities in need, from soup kitchens to
What to Donate:
Anything can be posted on the site, from a
bag of clothes to household items to
furniture. Excess Access just asks that you
be honest about the condition of the items.
How It Works:
of just $3 for six months, you can post
unlimited items and the site will match what
you’re donating to wish lists from local
charities. The charity will then arrange to
pick up your goods.
for more information.
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|Wondering what you can do for a caregiver you know?
|The Kiwi Charitable Fund is a Non-Profit Organization
Providing Matching Grants that Help Create Safe
and Functional Living Spaces for Low-Income Children with Special Needs,
Adults with Disabilities and Seniors
Striving to Maintain their IndependenceThe Kiwi Charitable Fund believes the best
outcome fiscally, socially and emotionally occurs when a child or an adult with a
disability can live at home, in a safe, functional environment surrounded by those who
can best provide the love, care and companionship they need.
|If you know of something you would like to add to the list, e-mail us at
|Arnold Eye Center, Water Tower Place, Arnold, MO accepts
your old prescription glasses/ lenses/frames and uses them
in the VOSH programs.
|little festive lighting?
Use these LED light for latex balloons.
PAWS For Reading Program The
PAWS for Reading Program is one of the newest programs
started by Support Dogs, Inc.
The purpose of the program is by having dogs come into the
classroom, acting as an incentive for the children to read and
write. Dogs are a non-threatening entity that promote reading,
writing, and increased interaction and social skills of the
For more information on the Paws For Reading Program,
contact Bill Dahlkamp at email@example.com.
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|The power to make a vital impact is
within easy reach - by purchasing you
are going one step further to helping
the environment, while supporting the
causes that mean the most to you.
We provide our customers with
quality personal bank checks,
address labels, contact cards and
checkbook covers that convey
messages and feature images that
reflect these issues.
|Good Works Program provides home
repair and maintenance services for
seniors who wish to stay in their own
A coordinator manages a pool of
between 50 to 100 volunteer trades
people who perform repairs for seniors
at no cost. Most of the material costs
are covered by the program. This
program is open to all 8 Districts of the
St. Vincent de Paul Society of St.
Louis. Contact Greg Marino at
314-881-6015 for more information.
See our Newsletters
|After her passing in June 2011 of Osteosarcoma, the Marchbanks family formed Kellsie’s Hope Foundation Inc, to celebrate the life of this
remarkable young woman and to continue the work she started from her hospital bed.
Kellsie’s Hope Foundation Inc, mission is to lighten the load of families that have children suffering from cancer by
offering support for trips, and gifts that might otherwise be unattainable to a child with cancer. Kellsie’s foundation
is also dedicated to raising funds to support research into childhood cancers such as hers and supporting the
nursing field with a nursing scholarship each year.
Corporation and individuals making donations to Kellsie’s Hope Foundation can be assured that their donations will help to make a child with
cancer life a little easier and to support the goal of putting an end to childhood cancer.
Kellsie’s Hope Foundation will assist families in need with gifting, funding trips, and will also fund cancer research and various programs and/or
other support for the medical field such as nursing scholarships.
The Literacy Site was founded to help promote literacy among children from low-income families nationwide.
Partnering with First Book and Room to Read, the site makes books available to children around the world, giving many
children their very first book. With the generous support of our sponsors, each click provides 1% of a book. Making books a
part of a child's life is the best way to encourage the love of reading, and literacy is key in breaking the poverty cycle.
In addition to clicking the "Click Here to Give - it's FREE" button, visitors can help make books available by shopping in The
Literacy Site store. With each item purchased, shoppers generate funds for free books for children in need. The store offers
a wide array of unique and meaningful items, including apparel, jewelry, home accents and gifts from around the world.
- Case of 40
We baked up these special
Dark Chocolate cookies to help
homeless families find jobs and
housing. 40 tasty individually
boxed cookies (1-3/4 oz. per
4-1/2" cookie) - perfect for
luncheons or fund raisers.
Dancing Deer Baking Company
America the Beautiful—National Parks and Federal
Recreational Lands Pass—Volunteer Pass
This free pass is for volunteers that have accumulated 500 hours of service
in National Park sites. It provides access to, and use, of Federal recreation sites
that charge an Entrance Fee or Standard Amenity Fee.
The pass is good for one year from the date of award.
The pass admits the pass holder and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle
to “per vehicle” fee areas.
It also admits the pass holder, plus three adults (not to exceed four adults), at
“per person” area. Children under 16 years are admitted free.
Mike Corns, Volunteer Coordinator,
at (314) 655-1726
to learn about volunteer opportunities at
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
Personal Care Attendant
The Art of Finding,
Keeping, or Being One
by Katie Rodriguez Banister
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