Our search for mentors continues…

If you’ve always wanted to help foster children, but are not in a position to foster or adopt, mentoring could be the perfect way to make a difference in the life of young adults in foster care. Foster youth currently in the system, and those who age out of foster care, often times lack the […]

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The Future Looks Bright for Hannah

Do you remember your first car? Many of us have fond memories of getting behind the wheel of our very first car. Whether it was a family hand-me-down or a brand new vehicle complete with the new car smell, the freedom it represented was thrilling and for one of our youth, that “first car” dream became a […]

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Mentors needed, can you help?

We’re seeking mentors for SIX youth in the Life Launch Program We are looking for individuals willing to: – Serve as tutors – Help with ACT test prep – Provide job shadowing or internship opportunities – Teach cooking skills – Practice interviewing skills – Completing applications, etc. Click HERE for a list of youth seeking […]

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An Outing With the Life Launch Youth

The Angels’ Arms Life Launch team invited our youth to visit Forest Park and participated in a self-guided tour of the St. Louis Art Museum. Despite the St. Louis heat, the teens enjoyed a picnic in the park, passed around a football, and shared stories about their summer happenings.  The group then headed to the Art Museum where they […]

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Congrats to our graduates!

Did you know that foster kids in MO have an average high school graduation rate of $50%…BUT did you know that every single teen that’s been in one of our homes has graduated from high school. We have a 100% high school graduation rate and 4 teens graduating this month alone!    It has been […]

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Another Graduate in the Angels’ Arms Family

    We felt so much joy as we watched Jasmine walk across the stage at her graduation this past weekend. Jasmine is the oldest of our Angels’ Arms young adults. She lived in the inaugural Angels’ Arms’ home for over 10 years but her journey to her diploma was not an easy one. Having worked through […]

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