Displaying results 1 - 9 of 9 for shriners hospitals for children-st. louis. Subscribe to this search
Trick or treat…Youngsters at SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN-ST. LOUIS celebrated Halloween early with a party just for them. Patients selected costumes, played games and worked on Halloween-themed crafts, courtesy of Spirit of Children, an organization that works to make hospital stays less scary for kids and their families. To date, the organization has raised more than $75,000 for Shriners and more than $10 million nationwide since the program’s inception.
Editor’s Note: We regret to inform you that Delia Greer passed away on Monday, July 23, 2012. Because of our deadline to get the paper to the printer, it was too late to pull the story that appeared in Friday’s July 27 issue.
Not only are these doctors saving lives here in St. Louis, but they are investing time, money and effort into helping people around the world.
At Shriners Hospitals for Children—St. Louis, thousands of staff members and volunteers work to “bring patients’ childhood back to life.”
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.
This just in…Ladue News is proud to announce the finalists for the 2012 CHARITY AWARDS. They are: CITY ACADEMY, COVENANT HOUSE MISSOURI, FOOD OUTREACH, FRIENDS OF KIDS WITH CANCER, H.I.S. KIDS, OUR M.O.M. (Our Mark on Melanoma), SHRINERS HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN-ST. LOUIS, SAINT LOUIS CRISIS NURSERY and LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY-GATEWAY CHAPTER. The top three charities will be announced during LN’s annual Charity Award reception in June. Stay tuned!
Shriners Hospitals for Children�St. Louis dedicated its hospital building in the name of the late Mr. A.B. Hudson? The Kansas businessman and Shriner left more than $6 million in his estate to the international hospital system. His donation is the largest in the hospital�s 90-year history. Guests, friends and family of Mr. Hudson were led on hospital tours given by administrator John Gloss and recent leg-amputee and patient ambassador, 14-year-old Katie Ladlie. Pictured: Michele Rothe, Douglas Maxwell
By the end of this month, even more families who bring their seriously ill children to St. Louis for medical treatment will benefit from the remarkable hospitality of a Ronald McDonald House. That’s because a third home-away-from-home for families of sick kids will soon open on the campus of St. John’s Mercy Children’s Hospital.
In memoriam…our condolences go out to the family and friends of iconic St. Louis philanthropist I.E. MILLSTONE. His professional and charitable impact on our community at large and the Jewish community to which he was so devoted is unmatched. Millstone was a regular on the pages of Ladue News, and his generous deeds and kind spirit will not be forgotten.