OASIS Named 2012 Favorite St. Louis Nonprofit by Patch Readers
The Clayton-based organization provides low-cost educational programming for older St. Louis residents.
Clayton-based St. Louis OASIS has been named Favorite Nonprofit in the Patch Readers' Choice 2012 competition.
The organization provides a variety of low-cost educational programming for older St. Louis residents. It is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
A collection of educators and volunteers led by Marylen Mann started the organization. Its president is Marcia Kerz.
Quoting from the OASIS website:
"Over the years, OASIS grew into a nationally recognized organization, winning dozens of awards from organizations and agencies like AARP, the U.S. Administration on Aging and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services."
Additional information about OASIS and its services is available by going to oasisnet.org, liking the OASIS page on Facebook, following OASIS on Twitter and reading the OASIS blog by Marcia Kerz on Patch.
View the complete list of Patch 2012 Readers' Choice winners.
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