Helping others by getting the word out
St. Louis Global Friends, a cross-cultural ministry of iFace Ministries, is hosting a fun-filled night of trivia from around the world! Cost is $15 per person or $100 for table up to 8 people. Price includes American and International snacks and drinks but feel free to bring your own food/snacks (no alcohol, please).
The venue will be West County Assembly of God, 13431 N. Outer Forty Rd., 63017. Doors open at 5 and the game begins at 6 p.m. Multicultural door prizes, silent auction items, and grand prizes for the winners. Childcare will be provided for kids thru 5th grade. To register, go to www.iface.org/events. For more information, contact Sheala at 314-743-6050 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
About iFace Ministries
InterFACE (iFace) Ministries – the face of international friendships – is a nonprofit educational, Christian organization which networks international students and scholars with culturally sensitive Americans who enjoy cross-cultural friendships and the open exchange of ideas. Just as computers need to interface in order to communicate, we from around the world should be encouraged to connect with one another to learn more about our world and our Creator. As a Christian organization, iFace advocates purity of motives, clarity in purpose, and honesty in intention. Our philosophy is to encourage mutual dialogue, as summed up in the words from the Bible, “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.” All iFace activities are open to international students, scholars, and their families regardless of race, nationality, or religious preference.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, St. Louis Chapter is hosting its 9th Annual Trivia Night (Reel Hollywood Trivia) on Saturday, November 16 at the JCC Chesterfield.
The night will feature Hollywood-themed trivia Q’s, complimentary beer/wine/margaritas, snacks & photo booth, a fabulous silent auction, games and much more! Table decorations (and dressing up according to our theme) are highly encouraged (prize for more creative table!)
Proceeds benefit the life-saving programs that the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America, St. Louis Chapter, provides to the St. Louis community and beyond.
The Hair Saloon For Men and FM Newstalk 97.1 will present its 2013 Charity Golf Classic on Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at Whitmoor Country Club to benefit St. Louis Children’s Hospital and The Buddy Fund. The event will feature a brunch, four-person scramble golf tournament, dinner, auction and a Sports Roundtable discussion. Members of the St. Louis sports community will be on hand to discuss Blues, Cardinals and Rams and engage with the audience by answering questions about all things sports-related.
St. Louis Children’s Hospital is one of the nation’s top pediatric hospitals and a primary service to a region covering six states. The Buddy Fund is a local youth charity supporting boys & girls clubs, community centers, police athletic leagues, homes for children and after school programs by donating sports equipment so the kids can benefit by participating in sports.
“Sports is an integral part of St. Louis culture, and this event will allow participants to support two great St. Louis institutions and pick the brains of some of the most knowledgeable and involved people in the St. Louis sports community,” said Tom Twellman, President and CEO of Hair Saloon® Holdings, Inc., the holding company for Hair Saloon® For Men.
Cost is $150 per player and includes cart, driving range, golf, brunch, beverages, dinner and evening program. To register or for more information, call 314-576-7300 or visit www.buddyfund.org.
Join your hosts the SSM Hospice & Home Care Foundation as they put on a trivia night to benefit hospice and home care patients on Saturday, November 16, 2013
Doors open at 6:15 p.m., with trivia beginning at 7:00 pm.
“Bridge” of the Brown Shoe Company
8300 Maryland Avenue, Clayton, MO 63105
Table of 8 for $160.00 (Tables pre-paid by Friday, November 8 will receive a free mulligan.)
Individual for $20.00
All proceeds go directly to assistance programs for SSM Hospice & Home Care patients in the St. Louis metro area, including St. Charles, Jefferson, Franklin, Lincoln, Warren and Montgomery counties.
SSM Home Care and Hospice Services
SSM Home Care and Hospice, a member of SSM Health Care, provides a variety of home care and hospice services to meet a variety of our patients’ needs – when extended care is needed after a hospital stay, as an alternative to a hospital admission, nursing home or other care settings, or hospice care is needed for a terminal illness. With multiple locations in Missouri, Illinois and Oklahoma, SSM Home Care and Hospice is dedicated to providing exceptional health care services to patients and families and is the first dedicated home health organization to receive the Missouri Quality Award.
On Wednesday, September 25, 2013, Christian Friends of New Americans (CFNA) is holding their very First CFNA Golf Benefit. You can help to ensure that refugees and immigrants in need are given the love and direction they deserve by becoming a sponsor or by registering for the Golf Benefit! With your help, they can live a life filled with joy and a hope for tomorrow.
When and where is the benefit? Wednesday, September 25, 2013; Norman K Probstein Golf Course in Forest Park. Starting with 10:30 registration & putting contest, deli luncheon/ basket raffle (Tournament Pavilion), 18–hole Scramble/Shot-gun Start at 12:00, hospitality hour, “World’s Fair Buffet” (Champions Room) and awards.
Complete package: $150
Dinner only $45
Please don’t underestimate the impact that even small contributions will have on the lives of refugees and immigrants in the St. Louis area. Register or Sponsor today by clicking CFNA-GolfSponsorForm to download the registration form and return it with your check to CFNA , 4019 S. Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63118. Or respond online with PayPal at www.cfna-stl.org.
We hope that you will take this opportunity to help refugees who have been deprived of so many of the basics we take for granted. For more information, contact Carol Buckman at 314-517-8513.
The CFNA Mission
Next door or across town, Christian Friends of New Americans links you with opportunities to connect with immigrants and refugees living in the St. Louis region. CFNA partners with local Lutheran congregations, schools, and individuals, NGOs and various grant-giving foundations to offer a range of programs and services for New Americans. We welcome you to learn more about CFNA and hope to see you get involved.
The third annual Champions For Children fundraising event to benefit The Buddy Fund and Boys Hope Girls Hope will take place on August 29, 2013 from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. at the exclusive Champions Club at Busch Stadium. This event is a collaboration between The Buddy Fund and Boys Hope Girls Hope, and provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the mission of both charities while also spending time with Cardinals greats past and present.
This action packed evening will feature behind the scenes tours of Busch Stadium, photo opportunities with Fredbird, a sports celebrity roundtable discussion featuring former Cardinals players emceed by Jay Randolph, oral and silent auction of outstanding vacations, experiences and sports collectibles, buffet dinner and cash bar.
Tickets are $50 for adults and $25 for children 12 and under. Free parking is available, and casual attire is recommended. Tickets can be ordered by calling Amy Bell at 314-615-2833 or online at www.blacktie-missouri.com and clicking on Event Registration.
Event sponsorship opportunities are also available which will support both organizations. Sponsorship levels include:
– Champions for Children Sponsor: $10,000
– Dinner Sponsor: $5,000
– Cocktail Sponsor: $2,500
– Scholar Sponsor: $1,000
– Equipment Sponsor: $500
The Buddy Fund seeks to improve the character and life-skills of disadvantaged kids by delivering sports equipment to organizations providing structured sports and recreational activities in the metro St. Louis region. For more information visit www.buddyfund.org.
Boys Hope Girls Hope of St. Louis helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college. For more information visit www.boyshopegirlshope.org/stlouis.
Families of military veterans hospitalized at the Jefferson Barracks VA Medical Center and the John Cochran VA Medical Center will get access to more food, clothes and essential toiletries when staying at St. Louis Fisher House thanks to a donation drive now underway at all Hair Saloon For Men locations in the metro St. Louis area. Between now and the end of 2013, all 13 Hair Saloon For Men locations will be official collection points for anyone wishing to donate toiletries, gift cards or cash in support of the St. Louis Fisher House.
St. Louis Fisher House serves as a ‘home away from home’ for the families and caregivers of many American military veterans hospitalized for extended stays at the St. Louis VA Medial Center. These families cannot afford to stay in hotels. Since opening in July 2010, the St. Louis Fisher House has served several hundred families of Veterans and active duty military personnel.
“The need for local contributions to support our families is ongoing,” says Karen Posten, Manager of St. Louis Fisher House. “We estimate that $50,000 to $100,000 a year is needed to assist the families who stay here. The VA pays for staff salaries, utilities, maintenance and housekeeping. but is restricted from buying food, clothing and toiletry items often needed by the families.”
The home has 20 bedroom suites, plus kitchen and laundry facilities, to serve families who live at least 50 miles from St. Louis. Veterans admitted to St. Louis VA facilities come from throughout Missouri, southern Illinois, Kansas and Indiana.
“This is the second year we are showing our deep gratitude to wounded veterans who have made tremendous sacrifices for our country. We are honored to serve as an official collection point for the Fisher House,” said Tom Twellman, President and CEO of Hair Saloon® Holdings, Inc., the holding company for Hair Saloon® For Men. “We hope this campaign also raises the public’s awareness of the ongoing need for supplies at St. Louis Fisher House.”
Hair Saloon® Holdings, Inc., is the parent company of a St. Louis-based chain of men’s haircutting establishments doing business as Hair Saloon® For Men. Launched by Tom Twellman in 1997, Hair Saloon® has 11 locations in St. Louis and St. Charles counties in Missouri, and two locations in Madison and St. Clair counties in Illinois. More information, including store locations and items needed for Fisher House, visit www.hairsaloon.com.
Fisher House Wish List:
For the safety of our guests, we ask that all donated items be NEW
• Disinfectant Wipes
• Liquid Dish/Dishwasher Detergent
• Hand Soap
• Facial Tissue
• Restaurant Gift Cards
• Admission to Local Attractions
• Grocery Store Gift Cards
• Liquid Detergent, Liquid Fabric Softener and Bleach for High Efficiency Washers
• Stain Remover
• Table Linens – Everyday and Seasonal (the house has 1 large rectangular table and 4 round tables)
• Outside Christmas Decorations
The Monarch Firefighters are raising money to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society by hosting their Eleventh Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Monday, August 5, 2013, at the Landings at Spirit Golf Club in Chesterfield, Missouri.
Cash prizes, a tasty lunch and dinner, free refreshments, door prizes, plus hole-in-one and long drive contests are part of the fun starting with check-in at 11 a.m., lunch at 11:30 and shotgun start at 12:30 pm.
The event will include a silent auction and will also benefit the Monarch Firefighters Community Outreach Fund, a not-for-profit service organization created by firemen and paramedics to provide charitable and fundraising services in off-duty hours.
Registration for the Monarch Firefighters Eleventh Annual Charity Golf Tournament, a four-per scramble, is $100 per person or $400 per team for before July 26. After July 26 reservations are $105 per person or $420 per team. The dinner, awards ceremony and silent auction will occur when all teams have completed the tournament.
Firefighter Chris Gelven says, “We’re enthusiastic about our Eleventh Annual Charity Golf Tournament and invite all golfers, regardless of skill, to join us in raising money for charity with a great day of golf and good fellowship.
“Monarch Firefighters and paramedics have provided volunteer services, fundraising assistance, financial donations, disaster recovery assistance and other support to children, adults, senior citizens and organizations in our off-duty hours for many years. This is a way we can connect with citizens that we serve outside of high-stress emergency response situations,” Gelven adds.
The Landings at Spirit Golf Club is at 180 North Eatherton Road in Chesterfield between the bluffs of Wildhorse Creek Road and the Spirit of St. Louis Airport. The Club offers a challenging 18-hole course and boasts a complete restaurant facility, the Squadron Room, great atmosphere and great food. The Club phone number is 636 728 1927.
Monday, August 12 (10 a.m. registration, 12 p.m. start)
Old Hickory Golf Club, St. Peters, MO
We will host an informal Q&A and chocolate tasting at kă·kā·ō Chocolate to inform prospective candidates about the particulars of this successful program.
Please join Drs. Kevin and Robert Cloninger on Wednesday, July 10 to learn about the Anthropedia Foundation and its well-being coach training program for individuals and professionals seeking a comprehensive and integrative approach to health and well-being. Introductions and chocolate tasting begin at 6:30pm.
If you are unable to attend the event, but wish to know more, please contact Alinda Muszynski for more information.
Please note: The Missouri Institute of Mental Health will award 129 clock hours or 155 contact hours (15.5 CEUs) for year 1 of the training.
Q&A Date and Time: Wednesday, July 10 | We will begin at 6:30pm and will end no later than 8:30pm
Location: kă·kā·ō Chocolate in Maplewood | 7272 Manchester Road
There is no cost to attend this event; however, space is limited. Please RSVP in advance to reserve your seat.
Anthropedia Foundation Mission (for full description and more information visit www.anthropedia.org)
The Anthropedia Foundation aims to promote health and decrease rates of lifestyle and stress-related illness through scientific research and education.
“Anthropedia” comes from the Greek word anthropos, which means human being, and pedia, which means education. Essentially, Anthropedia aims to “educate the being” (body, thoughts, and psyche) so as to effectively promote health and prevent disorders.
At Anthropedia, we strive to help people understand how the body, thoughts, and psyche are linked to each other, the environment, and society. Moreover, we educate on how each of these factors work together to help or hinder a person’s well-being. In the same way that people need to properly nourish and exercise their bodies to develop and maintain health, they also need to nourish and exercise their thoughts and psyche to develop positive outlooks, behaviors, and resilience to stress.
Our team of educators, trainers, coaches, and multimedia specialists collaborate with experts in medicine, nutrition, psychiatry, psychology, and public health in order to provide health education tools and programs (curricula, questionnaires, workshops, courses, certification programs) for individuals and professionals seeking a sustainable approach to well-being.
We teach people ways to nourish and exercise each aspect of the being (body, thoughts, and psyche), as well as ways to improve their personal environment and social life to achieve and maintain health. Our resources help people foster healthy behavior, psychological resilience, positive emotions, self-awareness, and ecological awareness.
We are deeply committed to “training the trainers” (teachers, counselors, health educators, social workers, and psychologists) and partnering with schools, hospitals, and other organizations to help integrate our resources into their existing services. In this way, we are able to impact a greater number of communities and empower individuals of all ages to find greater fulfillment and live happier, healthier lives.