HNB-SLU Family Dinner Program for St Louis Public School District Families in Need due to COVID-19

Habitat for Neighborhood Business-Saint Louis University Family Dinner Program for Families of Children attending the St. Louis Public Schools.

Habitat for Neighborhood Business, in conjunction with Saint Louis University, was able to facilitate and help fund more than 100,000 meals, primarily dinners, for the families of children attending the St Louis Public Schools whose parents are in need and who may be laid off or furloughed due to COVID-19.

HNB and SLU have arranged to provide the meals for SLPS school district families who are most in need through the St. Louis Area Foodbank during the next 4-6 weeks. After that time people hopefully will be back at work and/or receiving some government financial help.

HNB board, staff, mentors, and friends of Habitat for Neighborhood Business at Saint Louis University have helped organize and fund this special Family Dinner Program. A donor has agreed to match donations up to $25,000 towards this effort.

If you would like to contribute to this effort, your tax-deductible donation will help SLPS families in need in the city of St. Louis to have food at this critical time. Thank you in advance for your contribution.

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We are Habitat for Neighborhood Business.

Habitat for Neighborhood Business (HNB) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization focusing particularly on helping minority entrepreneurs realize their dream to own and operate a business in economically challenged neighborhoods.

HNB strives to restore urban neighborhoods with new and additional business activity, job growth, and business role models.

OUR MISSION

HNB partners with Saint Louis University students and volunteer business people to help restore economic vitality to under-served neighborhoods through mentoring, networking and education for existing and aspiring minority entrepreneurs.

In addition, HNB collaborates with developers, government and others sharing our interests in strengthening neighborhood commerce.

OUR VISION

To be responsible for continuous improvement of a replicable program by sharing best practices among HNB Affiliates and other organizations with similar missions to help restore economic vitality to undeserved neighborhoods throughout the United States.

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