STL SUPPORT GUIDE

A GUIDE ON HOW TO SUPPORT ST. LOUIS ORGANIZATIONS THAT ARE PROVIDING HELP TO THOSE IN-NEED DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

We've reached out to various organizations in the St. Louis area to gather up-to-date information on different ways you can support our community in a time of dire need. We created this guide in the hopes it may be utilized as a resource for those who are willing and in a position to help others, as well as providing information for those who are in need of assistance so they can get the help they need.

If you know of other organizations that are providing assistance to supply those in-need with basic living necessities please contact us at firth@archapparel.com and we will update this guide as soon as possible as we gather new information.

 

St. Louis Diaper Bank & St. Louis Alliance for Period Supplies:

The St. Louis Area Diaper Bank exists to help strengthen low-income families in the St. Louis region by ensuring access to an adequate supply of diapers. The St. Louis Alliance for Period Supplies helps ensure that individuals in need have access to essential period products


CLICK HERE to be redirected to the donation page for St. Louis Diaper Bank and St. Louis Alliance for Period Supplies or text “DBC20” to 44-321

 

St. Louis Area Food Bank:

St. Louis Area Food Bank responds to hunger in communities across 26 counties in Missouri and Illinois by distributing food to more than 392,000 people every year.

CLICK HERE to be redirected to the donation page for St. Louis Area Food Bank online.
To make a donation over the phone please call 314-227-3733
To mail in a donation, please send to : St. Louis Area Foodbank, 70 Corporate Woods Drive, Bridgeton, MO., 63044

 

Operation Food Search:

Operation Food Search distributes more than 35 million dollars worth of food and necessities to 330 community partners in 31 Missouri and Illinois counties and in the city of St. Louis.

CLICK HERE to be redirected to the donation page for Operation Food Search

 

 

 

St. Louis Diaper Bank & St. Louis Alliance for Period Supplies:

 

We are unable to host new volunteer shifts with the Shelter-in-Place Order right now. We are still accepting donations (no partial package please) and of course, financial donations are greatly appreciated. We are still open as the warehouse is a non-profit providing essential goods and we have seen an increasing need for the diapers and period supplies.

 

St. Louis Area Food Bank:

At this time, volunteer sessions are planned to run as scheduled both at the Foodbank and at our mobile distribution events. If healthy people are interested in volunteering, please CLICK HERE

 

Operation Food Search:

Operation Food Search has address that they will have specific volunteer needs as time goes on. Please email katie.schneider@operationfoodsearch.org to be alerted about volunteer opportunities.

 

St. Louis Diaper Bank & St. Louis Alliance for Period Supplies:

Physical donations are totally welcome and drop-offs exist all over the city CLICK HERE to find the places accepting both diapers and period products.
Please no used or open product containers or partial packages at this time.

 

St. Louis Area Food Bank:

You can donate non-perishable food items at their facility 70 Corporate Woods Drive, Bridgeton, MO 63044 from M-F 8:00am-4:30pm.
 

Operation Food Search:

Non-perishable food and household supplies can be dropped off at Operation Food Search located at 1644 Lotsie Blvd., Overland, MO 63132 from M-F 8:30am-4:45pm. CLICK HERE to see their list of Most Needed Items.

 


TO DONATE BLOOD:

The Mississippi Valley Blood Center is urging people to donate blood to avoid a shortage. The center is offering expanded collection hours at many of its donation sites across the area. They are also working to schedule more mobile blood drive to help replace donations that have been lost due to widespread cancellations. CLICK HERE to find information on how and where you can donate blood.

 

TO SUPPORT SMALL RESTAURANTS:

Many restaurants in the St. Louis area are temporarily closing amid the coronavirus concerns. However, many of them are still offering curbside pickup. Another way to support local restaurants is to purchase a gift card to use later. Delivery may also be available for some of these restaurants through services like Postmates, DoorDash, UberEats, and GrubHub. CLICK HERE to see a list of some of these local St. Louis restaurants.

 

STRAY RESCUE OF ST. LOUIS: 

 

Homes, be it adopting or fostering, and donations are still needed at Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Additionally, they are opening up their facility to be a "pet food bank" to people who may now need assistance in caring for their furry friends. To see a list of ways you can help, CLICK HERE.

 

 

FOR FOOD ASSISTANCE:

OPERATION FOOD SEARCH'S HUNGER HOTLINE IS 314-726-5355 OR CLICK HERE

FOR HELP FROM ST. LOUIS AREA FOOD BANK CLICK HERE

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