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‘Tis the time for giving, and these area organizations need your help to keep children safe and St. Louisans warm and well-fed this holiday season.
Join Ladue News this holiday season in bringing hope and joy to others. LN’s Holiday Wish List Drive will collect items for Food Outreach, which provides nutritious meals and nutrition counseling to St. Louisans living with HIV/AIDS or cancer.
As we begin to experience the caress of winter’s chill, I think back to a perfect spring day when a group of LN staffers joined Food Outreach’s ‘cook and pack’ volunteers. Our experience was nothing short of uplifting: We knew that the time spent packaging baked chicken, roasted pork, shrimp and grits, and fruit salad would mean a nutritious meal for someone who needs it.
Philip Slein, Laura Kathleen Baker, Greg Lukeman
Helen Liu, Greg Lukeman
Kate Poss-Morency, Greg Lukeman
Food Outreach's Karin Moody and Greg Lukeman and LN's Trish Muyco-Tobin package meals at the organization's Midtown headquarters.
Greg Lukeman, Barbara Goodman, Justin Scarbrough
Food Outreach executive director Greg Lukeman
When a local woman’s battle with cancer left her exhausted from chemotherapy treatments and unable to afford nutritious meals, Food Outreach was there. “Without Food Outreach, I would not have been able to maintain a healthy diet, which is critical to my recovery,” she says.
Dave Schepers, Greg Lukeman, Warner Baxter
Susan Werremeyer, Greg Lukeman, Justin Scarbrough, Stefani Stella
Barbara Goodman, Justin Scarbrough, Greg Lukeman, Kasey Bergh
For many, the holidays mean big family dinners with tables full of delicious food. But for others, a meal at any time is hard to come by, much less during the cold weather months when limited budgets dictate heat over turkeys.
Greg Lukeman, Janelle Hayden
Through Food Outreach’s nutritional support, 2,000 local low-income residents facing HIV/AIDS and cancer are living happier, healthier lives.
Nine local organizations—which help St. Louisans facing disease, homelessness, hunger and other life challenges—have been recognized as finalists for our 2012 Charity Awards. The three winners will be announced in our June 15 issue.
Food Outreach executive director Greg Lukeman and Mike Lunter mingle with guests at A Tasteful Affair 23.
Being surrounded by plenty during the holidays inspires almost everyone to give to those less fortunate. But what happens afterward? Representatives from local food distribution agencies remind us that hunger doesn’t end when the holiday decorations come down.
Komen St. Louis president Renee Hall presented a $73,055 grant award, accepted by Food Outreach executive director Greg Lukeman.
When…Steve Forbes, president/CEO of Forbes and editor-in-chief of Forbes magazine, spoke to a luncheon gathering presented by Northwestern Mutual at the Four Seasons Hotel? Forbes discussed the economic environment, healthcare and prospects for personal and corporate financial growth. Pictured: Steve Forbes and The Qualy Group managing partner John Qualy.
Ann Lipton, Susan Sherman and Greg Lukeman
When…Winslow’s Home hosted ‘Winter Solstice’ to benefit Food Outreach? The event featured bonfires, food samplings and wine. Food Outreach is a nonprofit that provides comprehensive nutritional support to low-income individuals living with cancer or HIV/AIDS. Pictured: Ann Lipton, Susan Sherman and Greg Lukeman.
Greg Lukeman (left), pictured here with Dorte Probstein and Jim and Laura Fried, sports a new hairdo at the Contemporary Art Museum’s Dada Ball. photo by Charlie Barnes