WE ARE WORKING TO IMPROVE OUR COMMUNITIES IN THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE.
To address crimes that have already happened we donate to organizations for Missouri teachers. We want to support teachers as they provide valuable support to our youth. Groups like Moms demand action /Everytown have information on how gun violence is affecting St.Louis and the State of Missouri.
Show Me Love ❤ Saturday
To address the St.Louis Crime and our community in its present state we are partnering with local nonprofits for Show Me Love Saturday on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Our aim is to address pertinent issues and encourage community building through volunteering. Click the link below for more information on Show Me Love Saturday.
10% Of Your Love ❤ Campaign
To combat decades of disinvestment in undeserved areas with economic opportunity, we are encouraging citizens to spend 10% of their monthly income with black owned businesses on or by the 3rd Saturday of each month.
Through an established partnership with a Global Retailer they are sponsoring a mural to commemorate our community's efforts to address St.Louis crime and improve our region. A local artist was commissioned to design and complete the mural.
Show Me Respect Campaign
The Show Me Respect Campaign seeks to empower the workforce through increased wages by promoting trade certification and skilled ownership for veterans, undeserved communities and the general public.
Through our partnership with a Global Retailer they are donating $5,000 directly to the non-profit; Dream Builders 4 Equity. Dream builders 4 equity addresses the vacant home epidemic in our community by employing local minority youth and contractors to perform large scale community-led development projects via apprenticeships. Through the apprenticeship program historically undeserved youth develop academic and professional skills while retaining ownership in the properties in the form of scholarships. Shipping and Fulfillment done by House of Vision STL a screenprinting /storefront Owned by Dream builders 4 Equity and operated by youth from their program.