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Community. Connection. Caring.
2015 - 2016
By the numbers
124 services provided
75 activities & events
15 new members
Chef Zettl and Jan Schneider
at Souper Sunday, March 13, 2016.
$999 and under
Thomas & Sarah Cohn
Wade & Mary Crowder
Robert (Mac) Findeiss
Kenneth (Jim) & Sharon Giovanoni
Joe & Maria Koerner
Robert Sears & Erica Leisenring
Martin Schweig & Terrie Liberman
John & Connie McPheeters
Tom Meuser & Christy Scheidt
Charles & Patti Miller
Paul & Amy Mittelstadt
Mary Lee Pankoff
John & Patty Pieper
Linda Pinsker/ Send Out Cards
Phil Heagney & Barbara Prosser
John & Mary Alice Ryan
Nancy R. Sachs
Bruce & Lily Seymour
Sandra Roeder Singer
Teg & Francis Stokes
Zarembka Tang- Martinez & Arlene Zuleyma
Mary Ann Tipton
Mark & Jane Tucker
Melody & Claudette Walker & John Barth
Harry & Ann Wilson
Berkshire Hathaway Home Service
Coldwell Banker Gundaker Realtors
Philip Johnson Salon
Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Company
Left Bank Books
Mary Ann’s Tea Room
Pyramid Health Coaching
Quagga Accessories, LLC
St. Louis College of Pharmacy
St. Louis Workout
Straub’s Fine Grocers
The Vino Gallery
West End Advisory Group
West Pine Pharmacy
In honor of Margo Decker
STL Village Members
Edmund O. Acosta
Ronald D. Barrett
Lorrie F. Bielicke
Mary Jo Blackwood
Mary R. Brunstrom
Dixie J. Buford
Elmer N. Burns
Arthur J. Culbert
Frank H. Dayton
Hazel F. Forster
Beverley I. Foster
Florence A. Gaffney
Gloria C. Gordon
Lisa K. Hansen
Thomas L. Isbell
Sally A. Nikolajevich
Edward G. Pepper
Linda S. Pinsker
Carolyn M. Roedel
Valerie M. Rutterer
Lisa B. Satanovsky
Lawrence J. Skinner
Tegner M. Stokes
Zuleyma Tang- Martinez
Mary Ann Tipton
Claudette F. Walker
Gina M. Wischmeyer
STL Village Volunteers
Mary Lynne Humphries
Diana Gualdoni and friend help out at the
Food Outreach in January, 2016.
|Events & Activities|
This past year was filled with new
activities and venues for member
meet-ups. Outdoor excursions,
thought-provoking lectures, service
projects and neighborhood happy
hours are just a few of the opportunities
offered each month. Members provide
the inspiration; STL Village staff and
volunteers coordinate the details.
It’s all in keeping with our mission of
helping members stay engaged and
active — a good recipe for living well
Fun and fellowship…That’s a Village!
We wish to acknowledge and thank our Strategic Partners for their generous support.
St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors
A faith-based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving seniors in the St. Louis, Missouri area.
“St. Andrew’s has partnered with STL Village since 2013. We assist by sharing our expertise, connecting the Village to other organizations, serving on the board and providing office space. It’s a natural fit given our experience in senior housing and in-home care. The services of St. Andrew’s Senior Solutions are also available to Village members.”
MARY ALICE RYAN
President and CEO, St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors System and STL Village Board Member
Kuhlmann Leavitt, Inc.
A nationally known and certified woman-owned, multidisciplinary design firm located in St. Louis that creates fresh, intelligent, appropriate design solutions.
“Kuhlmann Leavitt, Inc. is delighted to be a STL Village Strategic Partner. Involved from the beginning, we believe wholeheartedly in the mission and all that the Village has done and continues to do for our community. Aging in place is an ageless endeavor that we are proud to be a part of.”
STL Village Annual Review
A publication of STL Village
6633 Delmar Boulevard, 2nd Floor
St. Louis, MO 63130
Copyright © 2015, All rights reserved STL Village does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, marital status, familial status, disability/handicap, or sexual orientation.
Jennifer Kovar & Sally Nikolajevich
“STL Village is looking forward to a year of engaging events, adding new members, and showing St. Louis that our members and volunteers are a vital resource in the community. We are a loving and courageous village!”
|March 5, 2016: STL Village held a Strategic Planning Retreat conducted by Rebeccah Bennett of Emerging Wisdom LCC. Board Members Malaika Horne, Melody Walker, Robert “Mac” Findeiss, Edmund Acosta, and Deanna Kuhlmann-Leavitt were among the attendees that included Committee Chairs and others.|
STL Village has experienced a steady increase in its revenue over the past two years. Unlike many other not-for-profits, membership dues account for one third of our total annual revenue. Thanks to the generosity of our members, Board of Directors, individuals, and business donors; we have continued to operate STL Village in the black during our first two years of operation.
We are grateful to all of you who supported our first annual fundraiser, Village Aglow. A special note of gratitude is extended to the St. Louis College of Pharmacy for their largesse in allowing us to use their beautiful new facility for this event. With your support, STL Village raised $35,000 from this event to support our operations and member services.
The Board of Directors adopted an operating budget of $78,520.00 for 2016. As a result of the support of our Strategic Partners, St. Andrew’s Resources for Seniors and Kuhlmann Leavitt, Inc., STL Village has succeeded in maintaining an efficient office operation on a limited budget. In addition, STL Village has been able to subsidize the membership fees for low and moderate income members through our Gloria Gordon Scholarship Fund.
Thanks to the in kind gifts that we have received from our supporters and the over 1000 hours of volunteer services performed by our office staff and volunteers; we have been able to meet the needs of our members and reach out to the community.