Each year, 10 women are recognized for their volunteer efforts in the St. Louis-area community.

Once upon a time, a litter of five kittens suffering from severe viral eye infections was dropped off at Open Door Animal Sanctuary. 

Local nonprofit FreshStart STL seeks to benefit “man’s best friend” – and in so doing, to benefit man’s best friend’s best friend.

St. Louis native Carol Voss has been honored as Variety’s Woman of the Year for her monumental community involvement.

Once upon a time, a utility worker was turning off the water at a home and found an English bulldog alongside six pit bull terriers in deplorable condition. 

A local organization brings the joy of celebrating a birthday and receiving presents to children across the St. Louis area.

The Women of Achievement Class of 2017 will be honored at an annual luncheon in May.

Dedicated volunteer Rick Rovak parlays his sales experience and photography skills into fundraising for charities including those aiding multiple sclerosis, breast cancer and more.

Once upon a time, Effie the pit bull terrier was found wandering the streets of East St. Louis, pregnant.

Pooches receive intensive training and new purpose through the nonprofit CHAMP Assistance Dogs.