InnovateVMS 30 N Brentwood Blvd, Clayton, MO63105 InnovateVMS is a venture mentoring service for potential entrepreneurs in the St. Louis area. If you think you have a…More great idea but are unsure of how to take it to the next level, InnovateVMS might be able to help. It also assists nonprofit organizations.
Piper Jaffray 7733 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton, MO63105 Piper Jaffray is an investment bank that deals in a variety of industries around the country and the world. The business…More markets its services to corporate, nonprofit and public entities looking to invest large amounts of capital. The business also offers ancillary asset management services for those entities as well.
Giving Answers 408 N Euclid Ave, Saint Louis, MO63108 Giving Answers is a group of consultants for nonprofit organizations. It can assist in building a website, providing…More technical support, teaching non-profit management tactics to new and old employees and it can provide resources for workers to turn to when they need assistance. Group coaching and online learning is offered as options to get people trained as quickly and accurately as possible.
Clayton Early Childhood Center 1 Oak Knoll Park, Clayton, MO63105 Clayton Early Childhood Center (CECC) is a nonprofit organization offers educational services to children from infancy…More up to five years of age, providing them with both the academic and social skills they'll need to be successful in school and beyond, as well as nurturing their creative and sensory development. Offering year-round services with flexible hours to accomodate parents' work schedules, the dedicated staff at CECC make sure kids are educated, entertained and prepared for a future academic career.
The St. Louis County Children's Service Fund is a county department formed after voters in 2008 approved Proposition…More 1, authorizing a 1/4-cent sales tax increase. The tax generates about $35 million annually that is used to benefit people 19 and under in the areas of substance abuse and mental health.
The department is responsible for investing money in nonprofits that will provide the best return for the county's youth. Agencies may make service proposals to the Children's Service Fund, which then reimburses those groups whose plans receive approval.
The Children's Service Fund also audits its partner agencies to ensure that proposals align with services provided.