We’re lucky to partner with a number of wonderful organizations.
Bilingual International Assistant Services’ mission is to ensure equal access to healthcare, mental health, and social services for all, regardless of national origin or language ability, through the advocacy, education, and direct multilingual services that they provide.
Bilingual International will serve as fiscal sponsor for STL Food Angels until 7/31 for us to better mobilize and coordinate our volunteer bases to assist seniors, people with disabilities, and those with chronic conditions.
Fit and Food Connection (FAFC) is a local non-profit that offers nutrition and physical fitness resources to in-need families.
We are partnering with The Salvation Army to deliver free food boxes to community members across St. Louis city and county.
Kindness Groceries is a collaboration project between Washington University Medical Center Community Development and Park Central Development.
STL Food Angels is working with the Kindness Groceries program to include healthier options alongside recipes that residents can easily prepare at home.
HOSCO, a local 501(c)3 organization operating the North Sarah Food Hub, is providing deliveries to senior citizen homes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
STL Food Angels volunteers help HOSCO with both deliveries and packing meals
Other Organizations We’ve Helped
- St. Peter Church of Kirkwood
- Councilwoman Aja Owens