Mark Your Calendar – St. Louis Metropolitan Early Childhood Summit Oct. 4

Make plans to join Vision for Children at Risk and community partners for the St. Louis Metropolitan Early Childhood Summit. This daylong conference on Wednesday, Oct. 4, will focus on creating a comprehensive early childhood system plan for the St. Louis region. It will be held at the Sheet Metal Workers Grand Hall, 2319 Chouteau Ave.   Featured speakers:            […]

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Nominations Now Open: Service to Children in Foster and Adoptive Care

Many families and agency staff work hard to provide safe, supportive homes for children who have been removed from their families of origin due to abuse and neglect. They do heroic work helping these young people overcome health and behavioral issues arising from their difficult circumstances. Now … these heroes can receive the recognition they deserve. Nominations are now open […]

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Advocates Discuss 2017 Missouri Legislature Actions Affecting Children and Families

Three leaders in Missouri child advocacy discussed the Missouri Legislature’s 2017 actions affecting children and families, at a legislative wrap-up forum on June 15. The forum was organized by the St. Louis Regional Early Childhood Council, Generate Health, Vision for Children at Risk, the St. Louis Family & Community Partnership and the St. Louis Area Council on Child Abuse & […]

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Vision for Children at Risk Announces Leadership Transition

Vision for Children at Risk is pleased to announce that Sanaria M. Sulaiman has been appointed associate director of our agency for the balance of 2017 as part of a planned leadership transition. On Jan. 1, 2018, she will become executive director of Vision for Children at Risk after our longtime executive director Richard Patton retires on Dec. 31, 2017. […]

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Thank you Give STL Day donors.

Thank you for your outstanding support of Vision for Children at Risk on Give STL Day, May 11. Twenty-one donors contributed $3,872.50 to support our work in building community action to provide better futures for high-need children. Across the St. Louis community, 19,536 donors gave $2,135 million to 823 nonprofits. Congratulations VCR friends and the entire St. Louis community! Like […]

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