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St. Louis Association of Community Organizations

Support SLACO through Your Contributions and Connections


St. Louis Association of Community Organizations is a 501(c)(3) organization, meaning that contributions to SLACO are tax deductible to the same extent as all charitable contributions.   Monetary contributions may made online by visiting our Individual Supporters section or you may send a check to us at 5888 Plymouth Ave., St. Louis MO 63112.

For many of you, contributing to the mission and work of SLACO means more than a financial contribution.   We offer Supporter groups as a way for individuals to become involved in our work in some way. Detailed descriptions of Supporter privileges will appear soon.  If you would like to be an early adopter, feel free to forward your contribution in these minimum amounts to us at our office:

Individual Supporter, $60 (Senior or Low-Income may support at $30)
Non-Profit, $100
Congregation, $250
Small Businesses and Business Groups and Associations, $250
University Entities, $250

Donated supplies may be welcome also.  Art supplies, play equipment, and educational items, including books, that would commonly be used in children's programming, would be gratefully accepted for use in our West End Etzel Community Center.   We do a lot with a little, as the photo below shows, but quality equipment and supplies will help us do even more.

In addition, SLACO may be in a position to accept contributions of computers, office equipment, and office supplies.  Gently used exercise equipment might be helpful in our programs to help adults adopt a healthy lifestyle.

To explore contributions of goods and services, please contact Executive Director Kevin McKinney at 314-361-9406.




Community News/Resources for Summer 2018

Diabetes Empowerment Education Program – Register Today 
*2018 Schedule: Session 3 dates 7/12/18 – 8/16/18 – Room still Available 
 Registration Required 314-364-4047 

Community Resource Fair Block Party (July 13)

*St. Louis Crisis Nursery, in collaboration with the Saint Paul Summer Safety Initiative Program
 Saint Paul AME Church 1260 Hamilton Ave, 63112 (11am to 1pm)

Community Canvass (July 28 and/or August 25)
*Building Trust in the Community (10am – 1pm) 
 Walnut Park Library 5760 W. Florissant Ave. St. Louis 63120
 Register at https://www.stlvolunteer.org/opportunity

Free Summer Meals for Kids (June 4 – Aug 15)
*Locations in Crystal City, Festus, Herculaneum, Pevely, St. Charles and High Ridge MO. 
 Activities also provided!

NAMI Finding Help and Hope Classes
*Supporting Loved Ones Fighting Suicide
90 minute programs designed to support family members, caregivers and loved ones of people who have suicidal thoughts and/or actions.
Meetings are on Thursdays from 7pm-8:30pm

Summer Meals 2018 Resource Guide
*Making sure families have access to the resources they need for summer break.
Double your SNAP dollars! Find free meals and activities for kids!
http://www.stlarchs.org/images/2018SummerMealsResourceGuide.pdf

 Lime Bikes Access for Low Income Residents
* Lime Access members can purchase 100 rides on our pedal bikes for just $5
 https://www.limebike.com/community-impact

St. Louis Community College
*Workforce Solutions Group – Accelerated Training Programs 
STLCC.edu/Accelerated