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Help us with our silent auction!


With our largest fundraiser less than a month away, we’re scrambling to finalize our silent auction baskets and could use some help.

Do you frequent Home Goods, Hobby Lobby, TJ Maxx or Target? We need items to complete our baking and home decor baskets. Anything from kitchen utensils, pots/pans, serving platters/dishes, dish towels, etc. would be a great addition. Also, any home decor items such as frames, candles, throw blankets/pillow and lamps would work. Check the clearance aisles for these things and if you are able to get them for us, contact Maria Chandler at 314-842-8400 to coordinate drop off/pick up times.

Are you animal lover and frequent local pet stores/boutiques? Help us build awesome doggy/kitty baskets with items such as leashes, bowls, food, tags, crates, accessories, grooming certificates, etc.

Not a shopper but you are a season ticket holder of Cardinals, Blues, Rams, Mizzou, Billikens tickets? We could use tickets to complete some of our sports baskets. If you are willing to donate a pair of your tickets for the 2015/2016 seasons, we would LOVE that! Contact Amber Odom at 314-842-8400 for details. All donations are tax deductible.

Thanks in advance for your help!

Foster Family

Our kids are ready for Halloween thanks to the NCL!


On October 11th, the National Charity League brought the Halloween spirit out in each of our foster children through their Halloween Costume Collection Pick-Up day at Forest Hills Country Club. This collection of costumes was organized by Kelle Crowe and the NCL Class of 2018 and gathered at various churches and dance studios, as well as other area schools.


For close to three hours, Angels’ Arms foster parents and their children were able to “shop” and pick out the exact costume they wanted to be this year for Halloween. 

While this was an exciting and fun day for the children, the parents were just as thankful as the kids. Collecting Halloween costumes allowed our foster parents to save time and money. With some Angels’ Arms foster families having 5+ children under the age of 10…that’s a lot of time and money saved!


Now, all Angels’ Arms foster children can enjoy Halloween tricks and treats this year thanks to the NCL. Happy Halloween!


Gourmet Bread Orders to benefit Angels’ Arms, Sponsored by HT Properties

Enjoy 5 scrumptious varieties of gourmet breads baked fresh for your family by a wonderfully talented Larysa Enk. Any one of the 5 varieties below would make for a perfect treat to go along with you morning tea or coffee. Also, consider ordering as gifts for your family, friends and co-workers.

Click HERE to order!

*Each loaf is approximately 20oz. Breads contain no preservatives or flavor imitation. Due to fresh fruit used if not consumed within 24h, it should be refrigerated. 

ONLY $10 per loaf, 100% of the proceeds will benefit Angels’ Arms.
Online orders available Oct 19. through Nov 19.

Banana Bread 
Classic banana bread gets a tropical makeover with toasted shredded coconut and sliced almonds.

Cranberry Orange Bread with Walnuts
The combination of fresh tart cranberries sweetened with oranges, another holiday fruit, is one of the classic flavor pairings in baking.

Dried Plum Bread with Walnuts

Dried plums soaked with vanilla extract then added to the dough, give this fall bread sweetness and texture. Bread best enjoyed with a dollop of butter or jam.

Pumpkin Apple Bread
Two fall favorites work their magic in this spicy bread with a streusel topping. No nuts. Can be wrapped in plastic and foil and refrigerated for up to 1 week or frozen for up to 1 month

Pumpkin Bread with Dates (no nuts)
Classic pumpkin bread gets a makeover with buttery rich fruit grown in Southern California, dates.

*Orders placed on Monday-Wednesday will be available to pick up on Thursdays
*Orders placed on Thursday-Sunday will be available to pick up on Mondays.
Pick up from Angels’ Arms office between 9am-5pm:
12128A Tesson Ferry Road, St. Louis, MO 63128

Questions: Contact Amber Odom at 314-842-8400


Join Team Angels’ Arms

Are you a walker, jogger, runner and want to make a difference in the lives of foster children right here in St. Louis? Join Team Angels’ Arms for the 2016 GO! St. Louis Marathon and Family Fitness Weekend.

ALL fitness levels are welcome to participate in the 5K, Half Marathon, Marathon Relay or the Full Marathon and your registration is FREE!! 

By joining Team Angels’ Arms, you will enjoy these fun perks: 

– Waived registration fees (savings up to $85)
Moisture-wicking Team Angels’ Arms 2016 shirt
– Special Team Angels’ Arms 2016 swag bag
– Special high-performance running socks
– Exclusive discounts to Big River Running store
– Weekly tips and intensives (giveaways) to reach your fundraising goal
– Pasta Party the night before the 4/10 race
– Personalized fundraising page on

Sign up for Team Angels’ Arms TODAY via

Upon completion, you will receive a confirmation email with detailed instructions on how to sign up with GO! St. Louis, complete with the FREE registration code AND details on how to set up for your personalized Crowdrise fundraising page.

Questions? Contact Maria Chandler:

Foster Family

Dreamin’ of the Smoky Mountains

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*Update: Thanks to three generous donors, the trips have been fully funded complete with spending money. Special thanks to Margaret S. for making sure both boys were able to enjoy this trip, along with Stephanie H. and Michelle K. for ensuring the boys have spending money.

Two of our 5th graders would like to visit the Great Smoky Mountains with their class in April 2016.

Ethan and Justin, 11 year olds from our Ballwin home, are seeking sponsors for their class trip to the Great Smoky Mountains. They each need $415 to cover all travel/lodging/food expenses. Please help us send them on this trip of a lifetime. Their trip deposits of $135 each are due by October 24, 2015.

Click HERE to donate. Any donation amount ($10, $25, $50) would help Ethan and Justin get that much closer to exploring the beautiful ancient mountains, learning about the diversity of plant/animal life as well as all about the Southern Appalachian mountain culture.

Below is a personal request for support from Ethan and Justin:

“The 5th grade Smoky Mountain trip is all about learning new things, like new plants, animals, and other things of life.  The reason I want to go is because I want to learn those things and study new things like insects, beautiful rocks and cool waterfalls which I want to see.  Also, people say it is an AWESOME place.” ~ Ethan

“I, Justin, would like to go to the Smoky Mountains because I would learn about nocturnal animals and take a hike to the waterfall.  Also, I love to find new rocks for my collection, meet new people, and I would have a lot of fun.  To learn about the outdoors and see new things, that is why I would like to go on this trip.” ~ Justin