Corporate & Foundation Supporters


Assistance League of St. Louis wishes to express our appreciation to those foundations, corporations and businesses that so graciously support our organization.  The generosity of many, make it possible for us to help thousands each year in the greater St. Louis area.  Below are the businesses and foundations that have generously given a monetary or in-kind contribution of $500 or more in our fiscal year beginning June 1, 2016.  All donors will be listed in our Annual Report.

DIAMOND ($20,000 +)

Edward Jones 
Miss Elaine Sleepwear
Shoe Carnival

PLATINUM ($10,000 - $19,999)

Berges Family Foundation
Design on a Dime


GOLD ($5000 - $9999)

Ben C. Delatour Foundation
Charitable Fund of Ascension Health
David G. and Karen A. Keske Charitable Foundation
Boeing Employees Community Fund
Enterprise Holdings Foundation
Ernst & Young LLP
Flair Home Staging
JMS Charitable Foundation
Norman J. Stupp Foundation
Saigh Foundation
The Bellwether Foundation
The Vatterott Foundation 


SILVER ($1000 - $4999)

Bland Family Foundation
Cardinal Care
Centene Corporation Charitable Foundation
Concord Village Lions Club
Dream House Tea Room
Graybar Foundation
Greater St. Louis Bookfair
International Business Machines Corp. (IBM)
Mercy Health Foundation St. Louis
Monsanto Company Global Contribution Foundation and
Employee Engagement
Old Newsboys Fund for Children
Soroptomist Internationalof Greater St. Louis


BRONZE ($500- $999)

ADM Cares
Barnes and Noble Bookstores
Berges Foundation
Commerce Bancshares Foundation
Fox Family Foundation
Mark & Abby Besch Family of the Michael & Sandy Barker Family Foundation
Prairie Farms
SSM St. Joseph Health Center
Wee Ones
West County Chamber of Commerce




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“At the end of a uniform dressing day, a little boy found me to give me a present. To say thank you, he had colored a picture and he gave me a big hug around my knees. It brought tears to my eyes and I have volunteered for almost all of our dressing days ever since.”
- Assistance League of St. Louis Volunteer