181 Children's Agencies Share Benefits

St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), December 9, 1994 | Go to article overview

181 Children's Agencies Share Benefits


The St. Louis Variety Club distributed more than $1.7 million to 181 children's agencies in the area and individual children at its annual awards luncheon Thursday at the Adam's Mark Hotel.

The money was raised in the 1994 Sammy Davis Jr. Variety Club Telethon, which was broadcast March 5-6 on KMOV (Channel 4).

Baseball great Stan Musial was the guest of honor and recipient of the Variety Club's "Champion for Kids" award. A Sunshine Coach van was given in his name to the Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club of St. Louis.

Those other agencies and the contributions they received are: 1994 ST. LOUIS VARIETY CLUB ALLOCATIONS Alton Day Care Center $5,000 Annie Malone Children's Home $8,500 Archdiocesan Department Special Education $21,250 Assn. Midwest Disadvantaged Youth $10,000 Asthma & Allergy Foundation $7,500 Bedell Resource Center $2,000 Belle Center $6,000 Big Brothers/Big Sisters SW Ill. $2,000 Birthright Counseling $2,000 Bishop Healy School $6,400 Blumeyer Youth Services $4,250 B'nai Brith Youth Organization $2,000 Board of Religious Organizations $2,200 Boy Scouts of America-St. Louis $7,500 Boy Scouts of America-Okaw Valley $2,000 Boys & Girls Club-St. Charles County $13,000 Boys & Girls Club-River Bend $4,000 Boys Club-East St. Louis $2,100 Boys Club-St. Louis $13,600 Boys Hope/Girls Hope $4,500 Boys Town of Missouri Van Camp Happy Day $7,500 Camp Lions Den $8,500 Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital $42,500 Cathedral Mission Society $6,375 Catholic Charities Housing Center $2,100 Catholic Children's Home $2,000 Catholic Community Services St. Charles County $2,500 Catholic Family Services $1,800 Catholic Services for Children $10,625 Central Institute for the Deaf $12,500 Cerebral Palsy SW Illinois $6,400 Child Center of Our Lady $42,500 Childhaven $6,100 Children's Center-St. Louis $6,800 Children's Center Behavioral Development Van Children's Home Society of Missouri $10,000 Children's Learning & Rehab Center $2,000 Children's Shelter Care $2,500 Cochran Community Center $5,000 College for Living $5,000 Community in Partnership Center $7,000 Cooperative Congregational Outreach $7,000 Coordinated Youth & Human Services Van Cornerstone Center $3,750 Delta Gamma Center $4,000 Developmental Services Jefferson County Van Downtown Children's Center $4,250 Early Child Care Development Corporation $4,000 Easter Seal Society SW Illinois $10,000 Echo Emergency Children's Home Van Edgewood $8,000 Euclid Academy $15,300 Family Resource Center $22,250 Father Dunne's Newsboys Home $7,000 Florissant Valley Sheltered Workshop $21,250 Four County Mental Health Services $2,500 Friedens Haus $2,000 George Washington Carver House $4,250 Girl Scouts of America-St. Louis $7,500 Girls Incorporated of St. Louis Van Good Samaritan Service Center $8,000 Greeley Community Center $5,000 Guardian Angel Settlement Assn. $7,500 Hilltop Day Care Center $7,500 Holy Angels Summer Program $7,000 Hosea House $9,350 Howard Park Early Intervention $5,000 Human Support Services $7,000 Illinois Center for Autism $7,500 JCCA Early Childhood Centers $17,000 JCCA Camping Program $20,000 Jamestown New Horizons $10,000 Jefferson County ARC $2,000 Jewish Family & Children's Service $12,750 Judevine Center for Autism $6,500 Judevine Residential Treatment Center $4,500 Kids in the Middle $2,000 Kingdom House $5,000 Lafayette Work Center $2,000 Learning Tree Inc. …

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