Clay & Cotton Kirkwood would like to recognize the following organizations that promote good and try to help those in need throughout St Louis.
St Louis Artists’ Guild
Since 1886, the St. Louis Artists’ Guild has been the regional center for artists and people who love art. Today the Artists’ Guild is an extraordinary organization with almost 700 members whose mission remains: “To be a resource and advocate for creative expression, serving the Midwest as a center that exhibits, supports, and promotes the visual arts.”
Collectors Choice is a beloved annual event for local artists, collectors, and art enthusiasts. With the purchase of one ticket, two people may attend two parties and acquire one piece of original artwork (valued at $250 or more). All proceeds support the St. Louis Artists’ Guild’s mission and programs.
Founded in 2003, the Spirit of St. Louis (SOS) Women’s Fund strengthens the St. Louis community through informed, focused grant-making by educating and inspiring women to engage in significant giving.
The Spirit of St. Louis Women’s Fund connects women philanthropists to strengthen the St. Louis community through informed, focused grant-making by educating and inspiring women to engage in significant giving.
The Glennon Card is a unique discount shopping program of the SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Foundation and the Glennon Guild, a 300 member women’s organization serving the children cared for by SSM Health Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital.
Hearts & Hope is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to helping the poor and vulnerable in Uganda. Through long-term partnerships, we seek to develop relationships that create hope & transform lives.
Proceeds from donations will be used for the creation, production, broadcast, and global streaming of weekly radio show, “Embracing Alzheimer’s in Mind & Heart” hosted by Ellen Marie Edmonds, the production of Alzheimer’s/dementia resource conferences in local communities, collaboration with physicians, hospitals, geriatric experts, care facilities, clergy, and community organizations on joint education and research projects, production and distribution of print, audio, video and online resources for individuals, families, caregivers, clergy, and professionals, development and production of other resource media formats (webinars, TV, podcasts, social media).
Sherwood Forest serves children from low-income families and underserved communities in Missouri and Illinois, who live at or below the federal poverty line. A child who begins our programs at the end of first grade has the opportunity to “grow up” with Sherwood Forest over the next 9 years. We strive to establish and sustain long-term relationships with our campers, their families, and the agencies and schools that serve them.
It is the mission of The Lab School to provide developmentally appropriate nurture, care and education of young children and their families, and to equip individuals to engage in appropriate interactions with young children.
The mission of the North Glendale PTO is to strengthen, enhance, and encourage the educational and social environment of North Glendale School, striving to compliment the school curriculum with additional opportunities for students, parents, and teachers to learn, interact, communicate, and grow.