Edward Jones donated $625,000 to The Arts and Education Council through its workplace giving campaign �I am art. Are you?� The campaign supports arts and arts education organizations through the St. Louis metropolitan area. Pictured: Jim Weddle
Almost 500 friends and family of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation walk teams visited T.R. Hughes Ballpark for a River City Rascals game? Guests enjoyed a buffet dinner of all-American picnic fare and watched on-field antics with Ruffy the River City Rascals Mascot. After the game friends and family were entertained with fireworks and one-of-a-kind jerseys off the player�s backs were given to scratch-and-win ticket holders. Pictured: Marie Davis, Ann Wagner
Emerson gave a multi-year commitment to Circle of Concern�s capital campaign? Through the efforts of Emerson and others, the organization was able to build and move into a new building for its food pantry and other operations. Circle of Concern honored Emerson with a plaque authorized by the charity�s board of directors. Pictured: Pat Sly, Glenn Koenen, Bob Cox, Jerry Caesar
The division of Oncology at Siteman Cancer Center at Washington University and Barnes-Jewish Hospital held its seventh annual Rally Tennis for Cancer Care fundraising tournament? The day of tennis was held at the Frontenac Racquet Club and 100 percent of the donations directly support cancer patients who are in financial crisis as a result of their diagnosis. The tournament had 140 players and raised $30,000. Pictured: Robert Barczewski, Mark Platt
Posted: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 11:09 am | Updated: 11:13 am, Wed Nov 23, 2011.
Posted in Charities-nonprofits on Wednesday, November 23, 2011 11:09 am. Updated: 11:13 am. | Tags: