Docstoc

AllGrantsWeb - Missouri Foundation for Health

Document Sample
AllGrantsWeb - Missouri Foundation for Health Powered By Docstoc
					                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




Date         Organization                   Amount                 Area Served
2002   JA's Youth Fitness Club                     $225,000 Saint Louis



       Barnes-Jewish Hospital
2002   Foundation                                   $27,900 Saint Louis




2003   Independence Center                         $665,414 Saint Louis




       City of St. Louis Department of
2003   Health                                      $847,160 Saint Louis


2003   Support a Child International               $232,444 Saint Louis




2003   Senior Care Dentistry                      $1,496,933 Saint Louis
       National Kidney Foundation
       Serving Eastern Missouri &
2002   Metro East                                   $50,738 Saint Louis
       Alzheimer's Association of St.
2002   Louis                                       $225,000 Saint Louis



2002   The Haven of Grace                          $150,000 Saint Louis



2002   Center for Hearing-Speech                    $75,000 Saint Louis




       Nurses for Newborns
2003   Foundation                                  $600,000 Saint Louis




2003   People's Health Centers, Inc.               $123,858 Saint Louis




                                                Page 1
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


       Women's Support and
       Community Services d/b/a Safe
2002   Connections                                 $150,000 Saint Louis


2002   Independence Center                         $225,000 Saint Louis


2002   Clifton Heights Senior Center                $75,000 Saint Louis


2002   Our Lady's Inn                               $96,404 Saint Louis




2003   Places for People, Inc                      $450,000 Saint Louis


2003   BJC Behavioral Health                        $37,800 Saint Louis


       Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
2003   Resources, Inc.                             $220,054 Saint Louis


2003   Hi-Pointe Center, Inc.                      $120,483 Saint Louis



2003   Hopewell Center                             $314,216 Saint Louis




2003   Hopewell Center                             $375,579 Saint Louis




2003   Catholic Community Services                 $510,000 Saint Louis



       Mathews-Dickey Boys' & Girls'
2003   Club                                        $225,000 Saint Louis


       DePaul Health Center
2003   Foundation                                  $500,000 Saint Louis

       Mental Health America of
2003   Eastern Missouri                            $149,875 Saint Louis


2003   Lydia's House, Inc.                         $450,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 2
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



       Community Health-In-
2003   Partnership Services (CHIPS)                 $224,721 Saint Louis




2003   House of Pais, Inc.                          $221,726 Saint Louis


2003   Cardinal Ritter Senior Services              $959,381 Saint Louis




2003   BJC HealthCare                               $493,225 Saint Louis



       The West End Mt. Carmel
2003   Community Outreach Ctr.                       $24,932 Saint Louis



       New Northside Family Life
2003   Center                                       $170,780 Saint Louis



2003   Greater Star M.B. Church                     $208,490 Saint Louis



2003   St. Patrick Center                          $1,408,496 Saint Louis


       Lutheran Family & Children's
2003   Services of Missouri (LFCS)                  $804,505 Saint Louis




2003   University of Missouri                       $285,445 Saint Louis

       COMTREA - Community
2002   Treatment Incorporated                       $150,000 Saint Louis



       Lincoln County Ambulance
2003   District                                      $74,500 Saint Louis



2003   Public Health Fund, Inc                      $205,484 Saint Louis



2003   SSM St. Josephs Health Center                $138,955 Saint Louis

2002   St. Louis Area Foodbank, Inc.                $127,492 Saint Louis



                                                 Page 3
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



2002   Family Care Health Centers                   $75,000 Saint Louis


2002   Lutheran Senior Services                     $73,224 Saint Louis

2002   YWCA of Metropolitan St. Louis              $149,176 Saint Louis


2002   University of Missouri - St. Louis          $149,580 Saint Louis

2002   Woman's Place                                $45,325 Saint Louis

       Nurses for Newborns
2002   Foundation                                  $112,418 Saint Louis
       The Children's Home Society of
2002   Missouri                                    $133,541 Saint Louis

2002   Ebenezer Lutheran Church                     $56,940 Saint Louis

2002   Food Outreach, Inc.                         $137,531 Saint Louis

2002   Family Resource Center                      $128,404 Saint Louis
       National Multiple Sclerosis
2002   Society                                      $97,605 Saint Louis
       Community Health-In-
2002   Partnership Services (CHIPS)                $149,484 Saint Louis



       Planned Parenthood of the St.
2003   Louis Region                                $149,984 Saint Louis

       Delta Gamma Center for
       Children with Visual
2003   Impairments                                 $111,748 Saint Louis

       Grace Hill Neighborhood Heath
2003   Centers                                     $149,953 Saint Louis



2003   Institute for Family Medicine               $145,758 Saint Louis


2003   Citizens for Missouri's Children            $150,000 Saint Louis



2003   Victorian House of Agape                    $148,276 Saint Louis


       Good Shepherd School for
2003   Children                                    $138,962 Saint Louis

2002   Independence Center                         $150,000 Saint Louis


2002   Northside Community Center                  $150,000 Saint Louis


2002   Places for People, Inc                      $150,000 Saint Louis



                                                Page 4
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



       American Red Cross St. Louis
2002   Chapter                                     $115,794 Saint Louis


2002   Harris House Foundation                     $149,200 Saint Louis
       Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls
2002   Club of St. Louis, Inc.                     $150,000 Saint Louis

       Asthma and Allergy Foundation
2002   of America - St. Louis Chapter              $150,000 Saint Louis

       Peter & Paul Community
2002   Services                                     $73,176 Saint Louis



2002   Washington University                       $150,000 Saint Louis


       Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
2002   Resources, Inc.                             $150,000 Saint Louis




2002   Catholic Family Services                    $149,367 Saint Louis



2002   BJC Health System                            $97,362 Saint Louis

2002   Washington University                       $115,384 Saint Louis



2003   Women In Charge                              $99,327 Saint Louis




       The National Children's Cancer
2003   Society                                      $90,000 Saint Louis
       Sickle Cell Disease Association
       of Metropolitan St. Louis
2003   Chapter                                     $149,909 Saint Louis

2003   Arthritis Foundation                         $75,000 Saint Louis




       Barnes-Jewish Hospital
2003   Foundation                                   $90,000 Saint Louis




2003   Saint Louis Crisis Nursery                  $150,000 Saint Louis



                                                Page 5
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2003   Life Crisis Services                         $150,000 Saint Louis


2003   Our Little Haven                             $120,915 Saint Louis




2003   Older Women's League                          $10,346 Saint Louis


2003   Saint Louis University                       $150,000 Saint Louis




2003   BJC Behavioral Health                         $74,964 Saint Louis




2003   Five Star Senior Center                      $136,800 Saint Louis




       People Against Domestic
       Violence DBA Family Nurturing
2003   Center                                       $147,386 Saint Louis

       COMTREA - Community
2002   Treatment Incorporated                        $70,000 Saint Louis

       Disability Resource Association
2002   of Jefferson County                          $148,800 Saint Louis




2003   Lincoln County Commission                     $47,840 Saint Louis


2003   Family Support Services                      $150,000 Saint Louis

2002   OATS, Inc. East Area                          $75,000 Saint Louis

2002   Fortress Outreach                            $135,312 Saint Louis


2002   Behavioral Health Response                   $102,386 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 6
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



       National Council on Alcoholism
2002   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area               $135,046 Saint Louis



2003   Kids Under Twenty One, KUTO                    $99,120 Saint Louis



       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2003   Violent Environments)                          $74,862 Saint Louis




2003   People's Health Centers, Inc.                 $150,000 Saint Louis




       DePaul Health Center
2003   Foundation                                     $62,860 Saint Louis




2003   Jamestown New Horizons                        $112,739 Saint Louis



       Huntington's Disease Society of
2003   America                                       $143,398 Saint Louis




2003   The OASIS Institute                           $150,000 Saint Louis



2003   Sherwood Forest Camp, Inc.                    $150,000 Saint Louis



2003   Kids In the Middle, Inc.                      $149,991 Saint Louis


       Catholic Services for Children &
2003   Youth                                         $123,989 Saint Louis



2003   St. Louis ARC                                  $78,475 Saint Louis




2003   The Child Center, Inc.                        $101,300 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 7
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2003   Places for People, Inc                           $72,140 Saint Louis



2004   Center for Hearing-Speech                        $75,470 Saint Louis



2004   Catholic Family Services                         $30,098 Saint Louis




2004   WomanSpirit, Inc.                                $37,500 Saint Louis
       La Clinica - Latino Health Care
2004   Centers                                         $600,848 Saint Louis




2004   Saint Louis University                          $223,248 Saint Louis




2003   Friend of Moms, Inc.                             $91,902 Saint Louis




2003   Family Care Health Centers                      $149,200 Saint Louis




2003   Neighborhood Houses                             $112,243 Saint Louis



       Legal Services of Eastern
2003   Missouri, Inc.                                  $437,518 Saint Louis


2004   Harmony in Life                                 $300,009 Saint Louis




2004   Catholic Family Services                        $446,185 Saint Louis


       International Institute of
2004   Metropolitan St. Louis                          $494,110 Saint Louis

       Area Resources for Community
2004   & Human Services (ARCHS)                        $134,883 Saint Louis




                                                    Page 8
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2004   Family Care Health Centers                $188,783 Saint Louis



2004   The Haven of Grace                        $127,502 Saint Louis




       The ALS Association, St. Louis
2005   Regional Chapter                          $715,386 Saint Louis

       The Center for Head Injury
2005   Services                                   $87,000 Saint Louis



2005   New Beginnings CSTAR, Inc.                $778,061 Saint Louis


       St. Louis Mental Health Board of
2005   Trustees                                 $1,328,467 Saint Louis


       St. Louis Christian Chinese
2005   Community Service Center                  $160,657 Saint Louis



2005   Our Little Haven                           $35,240 Saint Louis



2005   Women In Charge                            $52,905 Saint Louis



       Community Alternatives,
2005   Incorporated                              $565,451 Saint Louis

       Community Alternatives,
2005   Incorporated                              $858,770 Saint Louis



2004   Franklin County Dental Network             $81,448 Saint Louis


       Jefferson County Health
2005   Department                                $894,536 Saint Louis



       United Services for the
       Handicapped in St. Charles
2003   County                                     $49,700 Saint Louis




                                              Page 9
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Bridgeway Counseling Services,
2004   Inc                                        $148,000 Saint Louis




2004   Wings of Hope, Inc.                         $75,019 Saint Louis


2004   St. Patrick Center                         $407,201 Saint Louis




       SSM Hospice and Home Care
2004   Foundation                                 $121,200 Saint Louis




       National Multiple Sclerosis
2005   Society                                    $316,338 Saint Louis




2005   NAMI of St. Louis                         $1,056,260 Saint Louis



       The Center for Head Injury
2005   Services                                   $784,914 Saint Louis




2006   Wings of Hope, Inc.                        $115,679 Saint Louis




       St. Louis Association of
2004   Community Organizations                    $150,000 Saint Louis


2004   Saint Louis Effort for AIDS                $100,003 Saint Louis




                                               Page 10
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2004   Memory Care Home Solutions                 $650,879 Saint Louis
       City of St. Louis Department of
2004   Health                                     $162,413 Saint Louis




       Delta Center for Independent
2005   Living                                     $248,372 Saint Louis



       St. John's Mercy Hospital
2005   Foundation                                 $429,656 Saint Louis



2005   St. Louis ARC                              $329,456 Saint Louis
       St. Louis Regional Educational
       and Public Television
2005   Commission                                 $863,829 Saint Louis



       City of St. Louis Department of
2005   Health                                    $1,437,879 Saint Louis


       Legal Services of Eastern
2005   Missouri, Inc.                             $390,000 Saint Louis




2003   Food Outreach, Inc.                         $97,909 Saint Louis




2003   Black Women's Health Network               $118,653 Saint Louis




2004   Almost Home                                $147,610 Saint Louis




       The AIDS Foundation of St.
2004   Louis                                      $192,478 Saint Louis




                                               Page 11
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Washington University School of
2004   Medicine                                   $1,062,334 Saint Louis



2004   Gateway Elder Services, Inc.                $100,000 Saint Louis



       Deaconess Parish Nurse
2004   Ministries, LLC                             $375,654 Saint Louis


2004   Catholic Family Services                    $150,000 Saint Louis




       Community Health-In-
2004   Partnership Services (CHIPS)                $485,160 Saint Louis




2004   Saint Louis University                      $381,154 Saint Louis




2005   Monsanto Family YMCA                        $764,313 Saint Louis




2005   Erise Williams & Associates, Inc            $399,832 Saint Louis



2005   Places for People, Inc                      $782,619 Saint Louis



2005   Queen of Peace Center                       $334,391 Saint Louis




2005   Washington University                       $508,423 Saint Louis


2005   YWCA of Metropolitan St. Louis              $150,000 Saint Louis
       The Salvation Army Harbor Light
2005   Center                                      $647,710 Saint Louis




                                                Page 12
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2005   Northside Community Center                 $436,145 Saint Louis




2005   Cardinal Ritter Senior Services            $195,434 Saint Louis




2006   The OASIS Institute                        $478,424 Saint Louis


2004   Willows Way, Inc.                          $380,994 Saint Louis



2005   ShowMe Aquatics & Fitness                  $213,340 Saint Louis




2004   Christian Hospital NE/NW                   $375,524 Saint Louis

       Fathers' Support Center- St.
2004   Louis                                      $509,583 Saint Louis




2004   American Diabetes Association              $112,410 Saint Louis


       St. Louis Organization for
2005   Changing Men d/b/a RAVEN                    $82,473 Saint Louis

       Parents as Teachers National
2004   Center                                     $275,871 Saint Louis


       Washington University School of
2003   Medicine                                    $99,364 Saint Louis




2004   Vision for Children at Risk                $124,408 Saint Louis




                                               Page 13
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       SSM Cardinal Glennon
2004   Children's Medical Center                   $397,871 Saint Louis




2004   Educational Multimedia, Inc.                $191,098 Saint Louis




2004   BJC Health System                           $177,475 Saint Louis




2004   Boys & Girls Town of Missouri               $457,568 Saint Louis


2005   Center for Hearing-Speech                   $111,641 Saint Louis




2006   Discovering Options                         $369,075 Saint Louis




2004   The Child Center, Inc.                       $98,552 Saint Louis




2004   The Child Center, Inc.                      $212,148 Saint Louis




2005   Family Support Services                     $403,092 Saint Louis




       Maternal Child and Family
2004   Health Coalition                            $405,557 Saint Louis




                                                Page 14
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Variety the Children's Charity of
2004   St. Louis                                    $225,000 Saint Louis




2004   Family Support Network                       $150,000 Saint Louis



2004   Edgewood Children's Center                   $299,603 Saint Louis



       Presbyterian Children's
2004   Services, Inc.                               $237,200 Saint Louis



       Epworth Children & Family
2004   Services                                     $900,210 Saint Louis


       Special School District of St.
2005   Louis County (SSD)                           $192,477 Saint Louis



2005   St. Louis District Dairy Council              $35,686 Saint Louis




2005   Judevine Center for Autism                   $179,903 Saint Louis

       Gateway to Oral Health
2005   Foundation                                  $1,171,949 Saint Louis


2004   Paraquad, Inc                                $134,946 Saint Louis




       Legal Services of Eastern
2003   Missouri, Inc.                                $38,790 Saint Louis




       Midtown Catholic Community
2003   Services                                     $204,245 Saint Louis



2004   Erise Williams & Associates, Inc              $13,564 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 15
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2004   St. Louis City Fire Department             $985,041 Saint Louis



       Peter & Paul Community
2005   Services                                  $1,271,435 Saint Louis




2003   Provident Counseling, Inc.                  $66,720 Saint Louis




2004   St. Louis ConnectCare                      $500,000 Saint Louis

       Community Alternatives,
2005   Incorporated                               $651,411 Saint Louis



       Missouri Baptist Children's
2004   Home                                       $149,475 Saint Louis



2004   Exceptional Equestrians                     $44,201 Saint Louis


       Mental Health America of
2004   Eastern Missouri                           $149,528 Saint Louis


2004   The Haven of Grace                         $149,146 Saint Louis



2004   Vision for Children at Risk                $149,900 Saint Louis


       Ronald McDonald House of
2004   Metro St. Louis                            $148,920 Saint Louis



2004   Voices for Children St. Louis              $150,000 Saint Louis


       Epilepsy Foundation of the St.
2004   Louis Region                               $100,000 Saint Louis


       Legal Advocates for Abused
2004   Women                                      $150,000 Saint Louis




                                               Page 16
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2004   Center for Women in Transition              $107,834 Saint Louis



2004   Places for People, Inc                      $149,200 Saint Louis



2004   Living Word Apostolic Church                $150,000 Saint Louis



2004   Catholic Family Services, Inc                $41,824 Saint Louis



       Catholic Charities Housing
2004   Resource Center                             $133,732 Saint Louis




2004   Center for Hearing-Speech                    $69,608 Saint Louis

       Women's Support and
       Community Services d/b/a Safe
2004   Connections                                 $150,000 Saint Louis



       Nurses for Newborns
2004   Foundation                                  $150,000 Saint Louis



2004   Food Outreach, Inc.                         $150,000 Saint Louis


       Crime Victim Advocacy Center
2004   of St. Louis                                $132,589 Saint Louis



2004   Mother of Good Counsel Home                 $150,000 Saint Louis




       National Multiple Sclerosis
2004   Society                                     $147,127 Saint Louis


       The ALS Association, St. Louis
2004   Regional Chapter                            $150,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 17
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       St. Pius V Parish- Ministry of
2004   Care                                         $16,798 Saint Louis

       The African Refugee and
2004   Immigrant Service                            $50,742 Saint Louis


       Interfaith Residence, d.b.a.
2004   Doorways                                    $150,000 Saint Louis

       Center for Survivors of Torture &
2004   War Trauma                                   $59,591 Saint Louis

       Community Alternatives,
2004   Incorporated                                $149,938 Saint Louis

       The Positive Family Enterprise,
2005   Inc.                                         $20,354 Saint Louis


2005   Saint Louis Effort for AIDS                  $49,065 Saint Louis


       Down Syndrome Association of
2005   Greater St. Louis                            $44,212 Saint Louis



2005   City Academy                                  $5,000 Saint Louis


2005   Employment Connection                       $100,000 Saint Louis


2005   Saint Louis Crisis Nursery                   $99,940 Saint Louis

       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2005   Violent Environments)                        $95,469 Saint Louis


2005   Friend of Moms, Inc.                         $93,198 Saint Louis

       Asthma and Allergy Foundation
2005   of America - St. Louis Chapter               $97,378 Saint Louis



2005   Operation Food Search, Inc.                  $97,660 Saint Louis



       Lupus Foundation of America,
2005   Inc., Missouri Chapter                       $75,750 Saint Louis



2005   Sherwood Forest Camp, Inc.                  $100,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 18
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


       Catholic Comprehensive
       Services for Children, Child
2005   Center - Marygrove                          $83,738 Saint Louis


       Lutheran Elementary School
2005   Counseling Program                          $96,780 Saint Louis



       Fathers' Support Center- St.
2005   Louis                                       $93,850 Saint Louis




2005   South Grand Senior Ministry                 $26,000 Saint Louis




       Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
2005   Resources, Inc.                             $97,872 Saint Louis




       Planned Parenthood of the St.
2005   Louis Region                               $197,995 Saint Louis




2005   Lutheran Ministries Association             $40,365 Saint Louis




2005   Family Resource Center                     $198,598 Saint Louis




       Community Health-In-
2005   Partnership Services (CHIPS)               $100,000 Saint Louis




                                               Page 19
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri
2005   Foundation                                  $79,328 Saint Louis




2005   Harris House Foundation                    $100,000 Saint Louis




       Interfaith Partnership of
       Metropolitan St. Louis - Faith
2005   Beyond Walls                                $91,915 Saint Louis




2005   St. Patrick Center                         $200,000 Saint Louis




2005   Covenant House Missouri                    $100,000 Saint Louis




2005   St. Louis Area Foodbank, Inc.              $100,000 Saint Louis




2005   Logos School                               $100,000 Saint Louis




2005   Lydia's House, Inc.                         $65,059 Saint Louis




2005   Independence Center                        $199,883 Saint Louis




                                               Page 20
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Peter & Paul Community
2005   Services                                     $100,000 Saint Louis




       Long Term Care Ombudsman
2005   Program - St. Louis                           $87,819 Saint Louis


       St. Louis Care and Counseling
2006   Services, Inc.                                $34,950 Saint Louis


       Area Resources for Community
2006   & Human Services (ARCHS)                     $199,984 Saint Louis


       Council for Extended Care of
2006   Mentally Retarded Citizens, Inc.              $92,949 Saint Louis




       Presbyterian Children's
2006   Services, Inc.                               $200,000 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Transitional Hope
2006   House                                         $94,944 Saint Louis



2006   Family Care Health Centers                   $200,000 Saint Louis


       Maternal Child and Family
2006   Health Coalition                              $66,968 Saint Louis




2006   Almost Home                                  $100,000 Saint Louis


       The Center for Head Injury
2006   Services                                      $72,478 Saint Louis




       The West End Mt. Carmel
2006   Community Outreach Ctr.                       $99,588 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 21
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       St. Louis Regional Asthma
2006   Consortium                                 $99,978 Saint Louis




2006   Provident Counseling, Inc.                $190,033 Saint Louis




2006   The Belle Center                           $89,641 Saint Louis




2006   Humanitri                                 $100,000 Saint Louis



       Howard Park Early Childhood
2006   Center                                     $98,856 Saint Louis



       Deaconess Parish Nurse
2006   Ministries, LLC                            $96,912 Saint Louis




2006   St. Martha's Hall                         $100,000 Saint Louis




2006   Jinna Development                          $98,240 Saint Louis




2006   The Haven of Grace                        $100,000 Saint Louis




       Lutheran Family & Children's
2006   Services of Missouri (LFCS)               $195,129 Saint Louis



2006   Project Cope                               $62,931 Saint Louis




                                              Page 22
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2006   Our Lady's Inn                               $88,772 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Christian Chinese
2006   Community Service Center                     $45,602 Saint Louis



2006   Places for People, Inc                      $100,000 Saint Louis




2006   Neighborhood Houses                          $80,593 Saint Louis




2007   Hi-Pointe Center, Inc.                       $52,524 Saint Louis



2007   St. Louis Diabetes Coalition                 $33,046 Saint Louis



2007   Central Institute for the Deaf              $100,000 Saint Louis



2007   Little Sisters of the Poor                  $200,000 Saint Louis




2007   House of Pais, Inc.                          $53,562 Saint Louis


       Crime Victim Advocacy Center
2007   of St. Louis                                $100,000 Saint Louis



       Epilepsy Foundation of the St.
2007   Louis Region                                $100,000 Saint Louis




2007   Saint Louis Effort for AIDS                 $100,000 Saint Louis



       Midtown Catholic Community
2007   Services                                    $200,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 23
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2007   Food Outreach, Inc.                           $100,000 Saint Louis



       La Clinica - Latino Health Care
2007   Centers                                       $100,000 Saint Louis




2007   Center for Hearing-Speech                     $100,000 Saint Louis



       Ronald McDonald House of
2007   Metro St. Louis                               $100,000 Saint Louis



2007   St. Louis Peregrine Society, Inc.             $100,000 Saint Louis


       The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic
       for Childhood Language
2007   Disorders of St. Louis, Inc.                  $100,000 Saint Louis




       East Central Missouri Area
2007   Health Education Center                       $100,000 Saint Louis



       Midwest Diagnostic and
2007   Resource Institute                              $3,550 Saint Louis




2007   New Beginnings CSTAR, Inc.                    $100,000 Saint Louis




       Good Shepherd Children and
2007   Family Services                               $100,000 Saint Louis



2007   Kids In the Middle, Inc.                      $100,000 Saint Louis



       Center for Survivors of Torture &
2007   War Trauma                                    $100,000 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 24
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Delta Gamma Center for
       Children with Visual
2007   Impairments                                  $100,000 Saint Louis


       St. Louis Integrated Health
2007   Network                                      $100,000 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Office for MR & DD
2007   Resources                                    $200,000 Saint Louis



2008   Magnificat Center, Inc.                      $100,000 Saint Louis


       Sickle Cell Disease Community
2008   Advocates, Inc.                               $22,500 Saint Louis


       Women's Support and
       Community Services d/b/a Safe
2008   Connections                                  $100,000 Saint Louis



2008   Harmony in Life                               $65,000 Saint Louis




2008   Queen of Peace Center                        $100,000 Saint Louis




2008   Anthropedia Foundation                       $100,000 Saint Louis




       Planned Parenthood of the St.
2008   Louis Region                                 $193,200 Saint Louis




2008   Independence Center                          $193,200 Saint Louis



       Asthma and Allergy Foundation
2008   of America - St. Louis Chapter                $96,600 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 25
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       St. Louis Lead Prevention
2008   Coalition                                    $96,600 Saint Louis



2008   Northside Community Center                   $96,600 Saint Louis



2008   St. Patrick Center                          $193,200 Saint Louis



       NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri
2008   Foundation                                   $92,966 Saint Louis




       Peter & Paul Community
2008   Services                                     $96,600 Saint Louis




2009   NAMI of St. Louis                            $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   Harris House Foundation                      $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Places for People, Inc                       $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   The Haven of Grace                           $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   St. Martha's Hall                            $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Our Lady's Inn                               $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   Delta Dental Health Theatre                  $37,870 Saint Louis




2009   Our Little Haven                             $80,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 26
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Maternal Child and Family
2009   Health Coalition                            $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   Family Resource Center                     $160,000 Saint Louis



       Community Alternatives,
2009   Incorporated                                $80,000 Saint Louis


       Community Health-In-
2009   Partnership Services (CHIPS)                $80,000 Saint Louis



       Family Planning Clinic of
2006   Franklin County, Inc.                       $98,041 Saint Louis



2008   Rainbow Activity Center, Inc.              $100,000 Saint Louis




2008   Exceptional Equestrians                     $89,498 Saint Louis



       Franklin County Transportation
2009   Council, Inc.                               $80,000 Saint Louis


       Family Planning Clinic of
2009   Franklin County, Inc.                       $80,000 Saint Louis




2004   Pony Bird, Inc.                            $150,000 Saint Louis




       Jefferson County Health
2005   Department                                  $99,686 Saint Louis




2007   Ride On St. Louis Inc                       $42,198 Saint Louis




                                               Page 27
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Developmental Services of
2007   Jefferson County                             $200,000 Saint Louis




2007   Pony Bird, Inc.                              $100,000 Saint Louis




2009   Living Well Foundation                        $80,000 Saint Louis




2005   Public Health Fund, Inc                      $100,000 Saint Louis

       Lincoln County Ambulance
2005   District                                      $62,008 Saint Louis




       Sts. Joachim and Ann Care
2005   Services                                      $70,966 Saint Louis




2005   Crider Health Center                         $178,875 Saint Louis




2006   Community Living, Inc.                       $197,971 Saint Louis



       United Services for the
       Handicapped in St. Charles
2006   County                                       $199,760 Saint Louis



2006   Volunteers in Medicine                        $27,230 Saint Louis



2007   The Child Center, Inc.                       $100,000 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 28
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Healthy Communities St.
2007   Charles County                               $100,000 Saint Louis




2007   Young Choices, Inc.                            $3,965 Saint Louis




2007   Earth Angel Aviators                          $19,978 Saint Louis



2008   Give Kids A Smile, Inc.                      $100,000 Saint Louis




       Disabled Athlete Sports
2008   Association                                   $96,600 Saint Louis



2008   ShowMe Aquatics & Fitness                     $96,600 Saint Louis


       Bridgeway Counseling Services,
2008   Inc                                          $193,200 Saint Louis



2009   Volunteers in Medicine                        $27,698 Saint Louis


2004   St. Vincent Home for Children                $150,000 Saint Louis



2004   Marian Hall Agencies                         $129,966 Saint Louis



2004   NAMI of St. Louis                            $150,000 Saint Louis



2004   West County Christian Church                 $149,880 Saint Louis




2004   The Women's Safe House                       $149,343 Saint Louis



2005   Caring Solutions                              $49,590 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 29
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Bi-Lingual International
2005   Assistant Services                             $68,484 Saint Louis


2005   St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf              $99,746 Saint Louis


2005   Jamestown New Horizons                         $90,000 Saint Louis


2005   Institute for Family Medicine                  $72,480 Saint Louis


       The Children's Home Society of
2005   Missouri                                       $84,643 Saint Louis

       St. Louis Lead Prevention
2005   Coalition                                      $99,000 Saint Louis


2005   Women In Charge                                $83,217 Saint Louis




2005   Giant Steps of St. Louis                      $100,000 Saint Louis




       National Council on Alcoholism
2005   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area                $92,697 Saint Louis




2005   Evangelical Children's Home                   $200,000 Saint Louis




       Good Shepherd School for
2005   Children                                      $100,000 Saint Louis




2005   Miriam Foundation                              $30,000 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 30
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2006   Our Little Haven                             $99,586 Saint Louis




       Brain Injury Association of
2006   Missouri, Inc.                              $100,000 Saint Louis



       Alzheimer's Association of St.
2006   Louis                                       $100,000 Saint Louis



2006   Wings of Hope, Inc.                         $100,000 Saint Louis


       National Kidney Foundation
       Serving Eastern Missouri &
2006   Metro East                                   $88,904 Saint Louis




2006   Paraquad, Inc                               $194,036 Saint Louis



       Kilo Diabetes & Vascular
2006   Research Foundation                         $100,000 Saint Louis


       The Wellness Community of
2006   Greater St. Louis                            $99,760 Saint Louis




2006   Easter Seals Missouri, Inc.                 $100,000 Saint Louis




2006   Family Support Network                       $99,374 Saint Louis



2006   Gambrill Gardens, Inc.                       $98,926 Saint Louis


       Missouri Baptist Children's
       Home Children and Family
2006   Ministries                                  $200,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 31
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Annie's Hope: The Bereavement
2006   Center for Kids                            $38,367 Saint Louis



2006   CarcinAid Foundation                       $20,000 Saint Louis


       Gateway Chapter Paralyzed
2006   Veterans                                   $99,619 Saint Louis




2006   Lemay Child & Family Center                $68,974 Saint Louis




2006   Mid-East Area Agency on Aging             $155,344 Saint Louis



       American Liver Foundation -
2007   Missouri Chapter                          $100,000 Saint Louis



2007   Progressive Youth Connection              $100,000 Saint Louis



       Nurses for Newborns
2007   Foundation                                $100,000 Saint Louis

       The Mildred Brady and Rena
       Martin Charitable Eye
2007   Foundation                                 $20,200 Saint Louis




2007   Edgewood Children's Center                $200,000 Saint Louis




2007   Memory Care Home Solutions                $100,000 Saint Louis



2007   FreeWay Foundation, Inc.                  $100,000 Saint Louis




2007   Caring Solutions                          $100,000 Saint Louis




                                              Page 32
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       West County Multiple Sclerosis
2007   Center                                        $100,000 Saint Louis



       Signature Healthcare
2007   Foundation                                    $100,000 Saint Louis



2007   The Right Step Project                            $696 Saint Louis



       Variety the Children's Charity of
2007   St. Louis                                     $100,000 Saint Louis



2007   The Joy Foundation                             $27,256 Saint Louis


       Lupus Foundation of America,
2008   Inc., Missouri Chapter                         $68,000 Saint Louis



2008   Saint Louis Crisis Nursery                    $100,000 Saint Louis



2008   Self Help Center, Inc.                         $63,000 Saint Louis




2008   Giant Steps of St. Louis                      $100,000 Saint Louis


2008   Operation Food Search, Inc.                   $100,000 Saint Louis




2008   Jamestown New Horizons                         $84,000 Saint Louis


       The Children's Home Society of
2008   Missouri                                      $200,000 Saint Louis



2008   Catholic Family Services                      $100,000 Saint Louis


       Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
2008   Resources, Inc.                                $96,600 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 33
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Good Shepherd School for
2008   Children                                      $96,600 Saint Louis




2008   Crown Center for Senior Living                $96,600 Saint Louis




2008   Universal Holistic Healthcare                 $10,972 Saint Louis



2008   St. Vincent Home for Children                 $96,600 Saint Louis


       Gateway to Oral Health
2008   Foundation                                    $96,600 Saint Louis



       National Council on Alcoholism
2008   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area               $96,600 Saint Louis


       St. Louis Care and Counseling
2009   Services, Inc.                                $22,000 Saint Louis



2009   Family Support Network                        $80,000 Saint Louis


       Footprints Christian School
2009   Counseling                                    $67,730 Saint Louis



       The Wellness Community of
2009   Greater St. Louis                             $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Feed My People                                $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Wings of Hope, Inc.                           $80,000 Saint Louis


       Presbyterian Children's
2009   Services, Inc.                               $160,000 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 34
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Woman's Place                               $57,726 Saint Louis

       Annie's Hope: The Bereavement
2009   Center for Kids                             $80,000 Saint Louis


       The Center for Head Injury
2009   Services                                    $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   The Belle Center                            $80,000 Saint Louis



       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2009   Violent Environments)                       $80,000 Saint Louis




       Alzheimer's Association of St.
2009   Louis                                       $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   Care and Counseling, Inc.                   $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   Circle of Concern                           $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   CarcinAid Foundation                        $80,000 Saint Louis


       Brain Injury Association of
2009   Missouri, Inc.                              $80,000 Saint Louis




       Warren County Council Against
       Domestic Violence, Inc. a.k.a.
2005   Turning Point                               $36,235 Saint Louis



       Warren County Council Against
       Domestic Violence, Inc. a.k.a.
2009   Turning Point                               $80,000 Saint Louis




                                               Page 35
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2006   Crider Health Center                        $900,000 Saint Louis




2008   Saint Louis University                       $74,960 Saint Louis




2008   Coro Leadership Center                        $1,333 Saint Louis




2007   Saint Louis University                      $137,596 Saint Louis




2006   Trailnet, Inc.                              $226,513 Saint Louis




2006   City Academy                                $100,000 Saint Louis




2005   America Scores St. Louis                     $87,632 Saint Louis




2005   A Better World                              $288,342 Saint Louis




2006   HOPEBUILD                                    $32,400 Saint Louis




                                                Page 36
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2006   Independence Center                       $299,373 Saint Louis




2006   St. Louis for Kids                        $232,860 Saint Louis




2006   American Heart Association                $260,885 Saint Louis




2006   Feed My People                            $280,733 Saint Louis




       Old North St. Louis Restoration
2006   Group                                      $77,884 Saint Louis




       Citizens for Modern Transit
2006   (CMT)                                     $297,189 Saint Louis




       Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls
2006   Club of St. Louis, Inc.                   $180,740 Saint Louis




                                              Page 37
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Jefferson County Health
2006   Department                                  $288,546 Saint Louis




       Healthy Communities St.
2006   Charles County                               $55,497 Saint Louis



       Saint Louis County Department
2005   of Health                                   $297,092 Saint Louis




2005   University of Missouri - St. Louis          $293,330 Saint Louis



2005   The OASIS Institute                         $300,000 Saint Louis




2008   Child Day Care Association                  $216,401 Saint Louis




2008   Saint Louis University                      $248,244 Saint Louis




       Jefferson County Health
2008   Department                                  $249,393 Saint Louis




2007   University of Missouri - St. Louis          $338,374 Saint Louis




                                                Page 38
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Saint Louis County Department
2007   of Health                                 $349,141 Saint Louis




2007   America Scores St. Louis                  $148,356 Saint Louis




2007   St. Louis Regional OASIS                  $116,960 Saint Louis




2008   American Heart Association                $340,659 Saint Louis




2008   Independence Center                       $348,949 Saint Louis




2008   St. Louis Regional OASIS                  $190,347 Saint Louis




2008   St. Louis for Kids                        $234,049 Saint Louis



       Old North St. Louis Restoration
2008   Group                                     $165,451 Saint Louis




2008   Trailnet, Inc.                            $349,506 Saint Louis




                                              Page 39
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Citizens for Modern Transit
2008   (CMT)                                      $350,000 Saint Louis




2007   Union RXI School District                   $91,971 Saint Louis




       National Council on Alcoholism
2005   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area            $245,292 Saint Louis




2006   Institute for Family Medicine               $61,147 Saint Louis




2007   Living Word Apostolic Church               $127,404 Saint Louis




       National Council on Alcoholism
2008   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area            $354,475 Saint Louis




       Jefferson County Health
2005   Department Branch Office                   $216,966 Saint Louis




                                               Page 40
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Lincoln County Health
2006   Department                                  $162,929 Saint Louis

       Saint Louis County Department
2006   of Health                                   $241,975 Saint Louis




       National Council on Alcoholism
2007   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area             $229,247 Saint Louis




2007   Saint Louis University                      $503,987 Saint Louis



2006   Saint Louis University                      $465,020 Saint Louis

2008   Washington University                       $430,023 Saint Louis




2008   Saint Louis University                       $97,948 Saint Louis




2009   Washington University                       $498,867 Saint Louis




       American Lung Association of
2004   Missouri                                   $2,328,103 Saint Louis




       Smoke-Free St. Louis City
2007   Coalition                                    $68,968 Saint Louis




                                                Page 41
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2008   Smoke-Free St. Louis City                    $75,000 Saint Louis




       American Lung Association of
2007   Central States                              $200,206 Saint Louis




       Vashon / Jeff VanderLou
2007   Initiative, Inc.                            $122,253 Saint Louis




       Saint Louis County Department
2007   of Health                                   $386,331 Saint Louis


2006   NonProfit Services Consortium               $244,465 Saint Louis
       International Institute of
2006   Metropolitan St. Louis                       $30,162 Saint Louis



2007   St. Louis ConnectCare                        $48,080 Saint Louis


       Maternal Child and Family
2007   Health Coalition                             $48,259 Saint Louis




2007   Saint Louis University                      $106,809 Saint Louis



2007   Saint Louis University                      $142,313 Saint Louis


2004   Citizens for Missouri's Children             $22,046 Saint Louis


2004   Paraquad, Inc                                $24,957 Saint Louis

       Legal Services of Eastern
2004   Missouri, Inc.                               $25,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 42
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Mental Health America of
2004   Eastern Missouri                            $19,765 Saint Louis


2004   Missouri Citizen Education Fund             $23,717 Saint Louis


2004   St. Louis Area Jobs with Justice            $25,000 Saint Louis

       Metropolitan Congregations
2004   United for St. Louis                        $25,000 Saint Louis

       The ALS Association, St. Louis
2004   Regional Chapter                            $50,000 Saint Louis


2004   Missouri Citizen Education Fund             $50,000 Saint Louis

       Legal Services of Eastern
2004   Missouri, Inc.                              $50,000 Saint Louis

       Mental Health America of
2004   Eastern Missouri                            $50,000 Saint Louis

       Lutheran Family & Children's
2004   Services of Missouri (LFCS)                 $50,000 Saint Louis


2004   Citizens for Missouri's Children            $50,000 Saint Louis


2004   Paraquad, Inc                               $50,000 Saint Louis

       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2004   Violent Environments)                       $50,000 Saint Louis

       The AIDS Foundation of St.
2004   Louis                                       $25,000 Saint Louis

       The Missouri Coalition for
2004   Budget and Policy Priorities                $50,000 Saint Louis
       Interfaith Partnership of
       Metropolitan St. Louis - Faith
2004   Beyond Walls                                $25,000 Saint Louis


2004   St. Louis Area Jobs with Justice            $50,000 Saint Louis

       Planned Parenthood of the St.
2004   Louis Region                                $25,000 Saint Louis

       Metropolitan Congregations
2004   United for St. Louis                        $50,000 Saint Louis

       Alzheimer's Association of St.
2004   Louis                                       $50,000 Saint Louis

       St. Louis Lead Prevention
2004   Coalition                                   $25,000 Saint Louis



                                               Page 43
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2004   Covenant House Missouri                     $50,000 Saint Louis


       Alzheimer's Association of St.
2005   Louis                                       $50,000 Saint Louis


       The ALS Association, St. Louis
2005   Regional Chapter                            $50,000 Saint Louis




       The Missouri Coalition for
2006   Budget and Policy Priorities               $150,000 Saint Louis




2006   Missouri Citizen Education Fund             $70,000 Saint Louis




2006   St. Louis Area Jobs with Justice           $112,500 Saint Louis



2006   Citizens for Missouri's Children           $150,000 Saint Louis


       Legal Services of Eastern
2006   Missouri, Inc.                             $150,000 Saint Louis


       Metropolitan Congregations
2006   United for St. Louis                       $150,000 Saint Louis


       Mental Health America of
2006   Eastern Missouri                           $150,000 Saint Louis




2007   Vision for Children at Risk                $150,000 Saint Louis



       Interfaith Residence, d.b.a.
2007   Doorways                                    $50,000 Saint Louis


       Mental Health America of
2008   Eastern Missouri                           $150,000 Saint Louis




                                               Page 44
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Metropolitan Congregations
2008   United for St. Louis                       $150,000 Saint Louis




2008   Citizens for Missouri's Children           $150,000 Saint Louis




       Legal Services of Eastern
2008   Missouri, Inc.                             $150,000 Saint Louis



2008   St. Louis Area Jobs with Justice           $150,000 Saint Louis




2008   Missouri Citizen Education Fund            $150,000 Saint Louis




       The Missouri Coalition for
2008   Budget and Policy Priorities               $150,000 Saint Louis

       Disability Resource Association
2004   of Jefferson County                         $50,000 Saint Louis




       Disability Resource Association
2007   of Jefferson County                        $150,000 Saint Louis




2007   Emmaus Homes, Inc.                          $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   Life Skills                                $150,000 Saint Louis




2007   Judevine Center for Autism                 $150,000 Saint Louis




                                               Page 45
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       The ALS Association, St. Louis
2007   Regional Chapter                              $150,000 Saint Louis




2007   Business Health Foundation                     $25,000 Saint Louis




       National Multiple Sclerosis
2007   Society                                       $150,000 Saint Louis




2008   St. Louis ARC                                 $150,000 Saint Louis



       Bi-Lingual International
2008   Assistant Services                            $150,000 Saint Louis



       Epworth Children & Family
2008   Services                                      $150,000 Saint Louis




2005   Missouri Citizen Education Fund               $300,000 Saint Louis



2005   Citizens for Missouri's Children              $297,190 Saint Louis




2006   Paraquad, Inc                                 $375,000 Saint Louis



       Interfaith Partnership of
       Metropolitan St. Louis - Faith
2006   Beyond Walls                                  $253,275 Saint Louis



2007   Paraquad, Inc                                 $299,361 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 46
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2005   NAMI of St. Louis                          $132,142 Saint Louis




       Grace Hill Neighborhood Heath
2007   Centers                                    $727,536 Saint Louis




2007   Washington University                      $549,906 Saint Louis




       Myrtle Hilliard Davis
       Comprehensive Health Centers,
2007   Inc.                                       $515,153 Saint Louis




2007   St. John's Mercy Hospital                 $1,144,794 Saint Louis




2008   BJC Health System                          $750,000 Saint Louis




2008   Union RXI School District                  $669,426 Saint Louis




2007   Washington University                      $166,946 Saint Louis




                                               Page 47
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2008   Washington University                       $299,382 Saint Louis




2006   Family Care Health Centers                  $268,460 Saint Louis




2007   Crider Health Center                        $287,461 Saint Louis




2006   Institute for Family Medicine               $399,345 Saint Louis




       St. Peter's Evangelical United
2008   Church of Christ                             $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   Humanitri                                    $50,000 Saint Louis




       The Lutheran Church of
2008   Webster Gardens                              $39,800 Saint Louis




2008   Women In Charge                              $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   South Grand Senior Ministry                  $48,560 Saint Louis




                                                Page 48
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2007   NorthSide Team Ministry                     $30,800 Saint Louis




       Missouri Religious Coalition for
2007   Reproductive Choice                         $50,000 Saint Louis




       The Society of Saint Vincent de
2007   Paul of St. Louis (SVDP)                    $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   Gateway Greening                            $50,000 Saint Louis




       Missouri Mid-South Conference
2007   of the United Church of Christ              $25,090 Saint Louis




2007   Ascension Lutheran Church                   $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   The Women's Safe House                      $49,605 Saint Louis




       The First Congregational
2007   Church of St. Louis, Missouri               $50,000 Saint Louis




       The West End Mt. Carmel
2007   Community Outreach Ctr.                     $50,000 Saint Louis




                                               Page 49
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2007   Humanitri                                    $50,000 Saint Louis




       Herbert Hoover Boys and Girls
2007   Club of St. Louis, Inc.                      $40,000 Saint Louis




2007   St. Gabriel The Archangel                    $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   St. Joan of Arc Parish                       $45,436 Saint Louis




2007   Hervey Foundation                             $7,496 Saint Louis




       Baden Collaborative Parish
2007   Nurse Ministry                               $44,620 Saint Louis




       African Mutual Assistance
       Association of Missouri
2007   (AMAAM)                                      $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   Stella Maris Child Center                    $50,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 50
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       The Positive Family Enterprise,
2007   Inc.                                        $50,000 Saint Louis



       Interfaith Partnership of
       Metropolitan St. Louis - Faith
2007   Beyond Walls                                $50,000 Saint Louis




       St. Louis Association of
2007   Community Organizations                     $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   UMC Parkview Corporation, Inc.              $34,910 Saint Louis




2007   South Side Day Nursery (SSDN)               $49,888 Saint Louis




2008   Isaiah 58 Ministries                        $50,000 Saint Louis




       St. Paul's United Church of
2008   Christ (SPUCC)                              $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   Joint Neighborhood Ministry                 $50,000 Saint Louis




       Catholic Charities Community
2008   Services                                    $50,000 Saint Louis




                                               Page 51
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2008   Almost Home                                $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   Center for Women in Transition             $50,000 Saint Louis




       Christian Friends of New
2008   Americans (CFNA)                           $19,000 Saint Louis




       Metropolitan Community Church
2008   of Greater St. Louis                       $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   Employment Connection                      $50,000 Saint Louis




       The Society of Saint Vincent de
2008   Paul of St. Louis (SVDP)                   $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   SIMV                                       $50,000 Saint Louis




       Catholic Charities Community
       Services, Jefferson County
2007   Center                                     $50,000 Saint Louis




                                              Page 52
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2008   St. Joseph Catholic Church                 $44,955 Saint Louis




2008   First United Methodist Church              $44,000 Saint Louis




2008   Zion Lutheran Church                       $24,424 Saint Louis




2008   St. John's Lutheran Church                 $50,000 Saint Louis




       Disability Resource Association
2008   of Jefferson County                        $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   St. Louis Life                             $50,000 Saint Louis




       Deaconess Parish Nurse
2007   Ministries, LLC                            $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   Connections to Success                     $45,875 Saint Louis




                                              Page 53
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Down Syndrome Association of
2007   Greater St. Louis                              $50,000 Saint Louis




       Bi-Lingual International
2007   Assistant Services                             $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   St. Norbert Catholic Church                    $25,000 Saint Louis




       Lutheran Church of the
2007   Atonement                                      $23,240 Saint Louis




       Parishes Associated on Kinloch
       Team Community Resource
2007   Center                                         $34,376 Saint Louis




       Metropolitan Community Church
2007   of Greater St. Louis                           $50,000 Saint Louis




       Blessed Teresa of Calcutta
2008   Catholic Church                                $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   Gambrill Gardens, Inc.                         $50,000 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 54
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Lemay Housing Partnership,
2008   Inc.                                         $48,800 Saint Louis




       Agape Ministry of Warrenton,
2007   Inc.                                         $50,000 Saint Louis




2007   Saint Louis University                      $589,924 Saint Louis



       Curators of the University of
2008   Missouri                                    $662,315 Saint Louis




2008   St. Louis ConnectCare                       $262,317 Saint Louis




2008   Carondelet Family YMCA                      $250,787 Saint Louis




       Literacy Investment for
2008   Tomorrow-Missouri (LIFT)                    $286,227 Saint Louis




2008   Erise Williams & Associates, Inc             $66,398 Saint Louis




       The National Conference for
       Community and Justice of
       Metropolitan of St. Louis a.k.a
2008   NCCJSTL                                     $300,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 55
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Fathers' Support Center- St.
2008   Louis                                        $256,625 Saint Louis




2009   Saint Louis University                       $300,000 Saint Louis




       Urban League of Metropolitan
2009   St. Louis                                    $297,469 Saint Louis




       Nurses for Newborns
2009   Foundation                                   $289,245 Saint Louis




       Maplewood-Richmond Heights
2008   School District                              $250,703 Saint Louis




2008   Parkway School District                       $92,891 Saint Louis




2008   Catholic Family Services, Inc                $232,780 Saint Louis




       St. Louis Christian Chinese
2008   Community Service Center                     $132,850 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 56
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Interfaith Residence, d.b.a.
2008   Doorways                                     $50,000 Saint Louis




2008   Queen of Peace Center                        $50,000 Saint Louis




2006   Hopewell Center                             $300,000 Saint Louis




2006   Queen of Peace Center                       $299,191 Saint Louis




2007   BJC Behavioral Health                       $299,654 Saint Louis




       Community Alternatives,
2007   Incorporated                                $289,283 Saint Louis




2007   Places for People, Inc                      $300,000 Saint Louis




       COMTREA - Community
2007   Treatment Incorporated                      $287,622 Saint Louis




                                                Page 57
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2006   Crider Health Center                       $301,890 Saint Louis




       Bridgeway Counseling Services,
2007   Inc                                        $207,358 Saint Louis




2007   Crider Health Center                       $300,000 Saint Louis




       University of Missouri - School
2007   of Medicine                                $123,608 Saint Louis



       University of Missouri - School
2008   of Medicine                                $259,143 Saint Louis




       University of Missouri - School
2009   of Medicine                                $297,243 Saint Louis




       Preferred Family Healthcare,
2008   Inc.                                       $299,825 Saint Louis



       National Council on Alcoholism
2008   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area            $367,615 Saint Louis




       Community Alternatives,
2008   Incorporated                               $373,590 Saint Louis




                                               Page 58
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Mental Health America of
2008   Eastern Missouri                          $191,542 Saint Louis




       100 Black Men of Metropolitan
2008   St. Louis                                 $375,000 Saint Louis




2008   Family Care Health Centers                $216,888 Saint Louis




2008   Provident Counseling, Inc.                $375,000 Saint Louis




2008   Crider Health Center                      $369,941 Saint Louis




       Legal Services of Eastern
2008   Missouri, Inc.                            $150,000 Saint Louis




2008   St. Martha's Hall                         $150,000 Saint Louis




2008   The Women's Safe House                    $150,000 Saint Louis




2008   YWCA of Metropolitan St. Louis            $150,000 Saint Louis




                                              Page 59
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Women's Support and
       Community Services d/b/a Safe
2009   Connections                                $121,695 Saint Louis




       COMTREA - Community
2008   Treatment Incorporated                     $148,741 Saint Louis




2008   Life Source Consultants                    $150,000 Saint Louis




       West Presbyterian Church
       Senior Center & In-Home Care
2003   Program                                     $25,000 Saint Louis




2006   Food Outreach, Inc.                         $18,061 Saint Louis


2007   St. Louis Area Foodbank, Inc.               $70,000 Saint Louis


       Interfaith Residence, d.b.a.
2005   Doorways                                    $25,000 Saint Louis

2006   Monsanto Family YMCA                        $21,000 Saint Louis

       The Salvation Army - Midland
2006   Divisional Headquarters                      $5,025 Saint Louis


       City of St. Louis Department of
2007   Human Services                              $25,000 Saint Louis

       City of St. Louis Department of
2007   Human Services                              $10,000 Saint Louis



2003   Crider Health Center                        $17,395 Saint Louis




                                               Page 60
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2006   Operation Food Search, Inc.                 $25,000 Saint Louis

       City of St. Louis Department of
2007   Health                                     $773,160 Saint Louis


       Franklin County Department of
2007   Health                                     $258,089 Saint Louis


       Jefferson County Health
2007   Department                                 $498,705 Saint Louis


       Lincoln County Health
2007   Department                                 $150,227 Saint Louis


       St. Charles County Department
2007   of Community Health                        $742,874 Saint Louis

       Saint Louis County Department
2007   of Health                                 $2,159,799 Saint Louis


       Warren County Health
2007   Department                                 $110,404 Saint Louis




2005   St. Patrick Center                          $75,000 Saint Louis



       Asthma and Allergy Foundation
2005   of America - St. Louis Chapter                    $0 Saint Louis



2005   Catholic Family Services                    $17,513 Saint Louis




       Legal Services of Eastern
2005   Missouri, Inc.                                $5,000 Saint Louis


2005   Family Resource Center                         $743 Saint Louis




       Saint Louis County Department
2005   of Health                                  $199,134 Saint Louis



                                               Page 61
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       St. Louis Regional Health
2006   Commission                                  $172,680 Saint Louis



2006   Saint Louis University                      $119,810 Saint Louis

       Epworth Children & Family
2006   Services                                     $95,000 Saint Louis


2007   St. Patrick Center                             $8,000 Saint Louis



       Curators of the University of
2006   Missouri                                    $541,510 Saint Louis



2006   St. Patrick Center                          $265,670 Saint Louis




       United Way of Greater St. Louis,
2006   Inc.                                        $977,050 Saint Louis




2007   Behavioral Health Response                  $399,194 Saint Louis




       United Way of Greater St. Louis,
2009   Inc.                                        $906,000 Saint Louis




2007   BJC Health System                           $203,875 Saint Louis




       United Way of Greater St. Louis,
2008   Inc.                                       $1,001,273 Saint Louis




                                                Page 62
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Washington University - Project
2008   ARK                                           $874,542 Saint Louis
       Jefferson County Health
2006   Department                                      $7,250 Saint Louis


2006   NonProfit Services Consortium                 $175,222 Saint Louis



       Ranken Jordan Home for
2006   Convalescent Crippled Children                 $17,550 Saint Louis




2006   Kids In the Middle, Inc.                       $15,000 Saint Louis



2006   The Women's Safe House                         $27,300 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Family Violence
2006   Council                                         $8,125 Saint Louis



2006   South Grand Senior Ministry                    $15,000 Saint Louis


2008   NonProfit Services Consortium                 $172,251 Saint Louis



2006   Boys & Girls Town of Missouri                  $15,000 Saint Louis


2006   Saint Louis Effort for AIDS                     $2,913 Saint Louis




2006   St. Louis for Kids                             $12,658 Saint Louis


       Maternal Child and Family
2006   Health Coalition                               $12,500 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 63
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2006   Miriam Foundation                            $8,850 Saint Louis

2006   Catholic Family Services                     $6,000 Saint Louis
       Interfaith Residence, d.b.a.
2006   Doorways                                    $31,950 Saint Louis


2006   Trailnet, Inc.                               $9,750 Saint Louis

       St. Louis Transitional Hope
2006   House                                        $8,788 Saint Louis

       The West End Mt. Carmel
2006   Community Outreach Ctr.                      $5,400 Saint Louis
       Community Alternatives,
2006   Incorporated                                 $9,000 Saint Louis

       The West End Mt. Carmel
2007   Community Outreach Ctr.                     $34,555 Saint Louis

       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2007   Violent Environments)                       $14,200 Saint Louis




2007   HavenHouse St. Louis                        $24,300 Saint Louis

       The Missouri Coalition for
2007   Budget and Policy Priorities                $12,000 Saint Louis

2007   Trailnet, Inc.                              $17,625 Saint Louis


2007   South Side Day Nursery (SSDN)               $28,125 Saint Louis


2007   Neighborhood Houses                         $13,000 Saint Louis


       The Positive Family Enterprise,
2008   Inc.                                        $18,800 Saint Louis




2008   Gateway Greening                            $15,500 Saint Louis



2008   Delta Dental Health Theatre                 $13,261 Saint Louis

       Maternal Child and Family
2008   Health Coalition                            $13,690 Saint Louis



2008   Harmony in Life                             $20,000 Saint Louis



                                               Page 64
                              a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Annie Malone Children and
2008   Family Service Center                       $6,300 Saint Louis



2008   Provident Counseling, Inc.                 $10,000 Saint Louis



       Peter & Paul Community
2008   Services                                   $12,175 Saint Louis




2008   Saint Louis Effort for AIDS                $20,000 Saint Louis
       Women's Support and
       Community Services d/b/a Safe
2008   Connections                                $20,000 Saint Louis


       Community Alternatives,
2008   Incorporated                               $19,008 Saint Louis




2009   Our Little Haven                           $19,890 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Healthy Marriage
2009   Coalition                                  $10,075 Saint Louis




2009   America Scores St. Louis                   $17,825 Saint Louis


       Missouri Child Care Resource
2009   and Referral Network                       $14,930 Saint Louis


       Community Health-In-
2009   Partnership Services (CHIPS)               $18,625 Saint Louis




2009   Family Resource Center                     $17,000 Saint Louis



2009   Northside Community Center                  $9,800 Saint Louis




                                              Page 65
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



       Jefferson County Health
2008   Department                                   $15,745 Saint Louis

       Jefferson County Community
2008   Partnership, Inc.                            $18,370 Saint Louis



2009   Living Well Foundation                       $20,000 Saint Louis




       Healthy Communities St.
2006   Charles County                               $28,168 Saint Louis


       Healthy Communities St.
2009   Charles County                               $13,330 Saint Louis




2009   Saint Louis Crisis Nursery                   $13,200 Saint Louis



2006   St. Louis Regional OASIS                     $14,400 Saint Louis

2006   Judevine Center for Autism                   $35,000 Saint Louis

2006   Center for Hearing-Speech                    $13,612 Saint Louis


2006   Willows Way, Inc.                            $32,000 Saint Louis


       National Council on Alcoholism
2006   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area              $16,208 Saint Louis
       Asthma and Allergy Foundation
2006   of America - St. Louis Chapter               $17,490 Saint Louis


       Nurses for Newborns
2007   Foundation                                   $31,554 Saint Louis



2007   Discovering Options                          $16,356 Saint Louis

       The Center for Head Injury
2007   Services                                     $35,000 Saint Louis


2007   Judevine Center for Autism                   $25,000 Saint Louis



       The Children's Home Society of
2007   Missouri                                     $24,975 Saint Louis



                                                Page 66
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2008   The Belle Center                             $4,013 Saint Louis


2008   Center for Hearing-Speech                   $19,434 Saint Louis




2008   Girls on the Run St. Louis                  $10,500 Saint Louis



       Annie's Hope: The Bereavement
2008   Center for Kids                             $19,300 Saint Louis


2008   St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf           $10,504 Saint Louis




2008   Memory Care Home Solutions                  $20,000 Saint Louis


2008   Miriam Foundation                           $20,000 Saint Louis



       Brain Injury Association of
2009   Missouri, Inc.                              $14,292 Saint Louis




2009   Catholic Family Services, Inc                $3,271 Saint Louis



2009   Care and Counseling, Inc.                   $19,000 Saint Louis



       Variety the Children's Charity of
2009   St. Louis                                   $19,981 Saint Louis




2009   Nurses for Newborns Foundation             $289,245 Saint Louis



2009   The Haven of Grace                          $80,000 Saint Louis



                                               Page 67
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   The Haven of Grace                           $18,450 Saint Louis




       Redevelopment Opportunities for
2009   Women, Inc                                  $149,798 Saint Louis



       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2009   Violent Environments)                       $141,626 Saint Louis




2009   Queen of Peace Center                       $300,000 Saint Louis




2009   Family Resource Center                      $160,000 Saint Louis




2009   Places for People, Inc                       $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Saint Louis University                      $300,000 Saint Louis




       Urban League of Metropolitan St.
2009   Louis                                       $297,469 Saint Louis




2009   Harris House Foundation                      $80,000 Saint Louis



2009   The Belle Center                             $80,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 68
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Women's Support and
       Community Services d/b/a Safe
2009   Connections                                  $121,695 Saint Louis




2009   St. Martha's Hall                             $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Feed My People                                $80,000 Saint Louis



       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2009   Violent Environments)                         $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Institute for Family Medicine                $509,220 Saint Louis



       Community Alternatives,
2009   Incorporated                                  $80,000 Saint Louis


       Community Health-In-Partnership
2009   Services (CHIPS)                              $80,000 Saint Louis




       Alzheimer's Association of St.
2009   Louis                                         $80,000 Saint Louis



       Maternal Child and Family Health
2009   Coalition                                     $80,000 Saint Louis


       Presbyterian Children's Services,
2009   Inc.                                         $160,000 Saint Louis




2009   Family Support Network                        $80,000 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 69
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Our Lady's Inn                              $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Family Care Health Centers                 $150,000 Saint Louis




       Community Health-In-Partnership
2009   Services (CHIPS)                           $149,364 Saint Louis




2009   Lydia's House, Inc.                        $144,029 Saint Louis




       Old North St. Louis Restoration
2009   Group                                      $299,437 Saint Louis




2009   Trailnet, Inc.                             $214,319 Saint Louis




       Community Health-In-Partnership
2009   Services (CHIPS)                           $299,659 Saint Louis




2009   Catholic Family Services, Inc                $3,271 Saint Louis


       Community Health-In-Partnership
2009   Services (CHIPS)                            $18,625 Saint Louis




                                               Page 70
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Family Resource Center                        $17,000 Saint Louis




2009   Saint Louis Crisis Nursery                    $13,200 Saint Louis



2009   Northside Community Center                     $9,800 Saint Louis




2009   America Scores St. Louis                      $17,825 Saint Louis




2009   Hi-Pointe Center, Inc.                        $77,982 Saint Louis



2009   Center for Hearing-Speech                    $100,000 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Christian Chinese
2009   Community Service Center                     $100,000 Saint Louis



2009   Five Star Senior Center                      $100,000 Saint Louis



2009   Discovering Options                          $100,000 Saint Louis



2009   America Scores St. Louis                      $56,000 Saint Louis



       Interfaith Residence, d.b.a.
2009   Doorways                                     $125,000 Saint Louis




       The ALS Association, St. Louis
2009   Regional Chapter                             $125,000 Saint Louis




                                                 Page 71
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Vision for Children at Risk                  $50,000 Saint Louis



       Interfaith Partnership of
       Metropolitan St. Louis - Faith
2009   Beyond Walls                                $125,000 Saint Louis


       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2009   Violent Environments)                        $19,150 Saint Louis

       Interfaith Partnership of
       Metropolitan St. Louis - Faith
2009   Beyond Walls                                 $19,432 Saint Louis




2009   Independence Center                          $15,200 Saint Louis




2009   Family Support Network                       $20,000 Saint Louis




2009   Senior Care Dentistry                        $19,500 Saint Louis


       Center for Survivors of Torture &
2009   War Trauma                                   $15,225 Saint Louis




2009   Missouri Citizen Education Fund              $19,600 Saint Louis


       Family Planning Clinic of Franklin
2009   County, Inc.                                 $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Volunteers in Medicine                       $27,698 Saint Louis


       Healthy Communities St. Charles
2009   County                                       $13,330 Saint Louis




2009   Therapeutic Horsemanship                    $100,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 72
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Emmaus Homes, Inc.                          $125,000 Saint Louis




2009   The Child Center, Inc.                        $5,288 Saint Louis




       Lutheran Family & Children's
2009   Services of Missouri (LFCS)                 $216,715 Saint Louis




2009   CarcinAid Foundation                         $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Our Little Haven                             $80,000 Saint Louis


       The Center for Head Injury
2009   Services                                     $80,000 Saint Louis

       Annie's Hope: The Bereavement
2009   Center for Kids                              $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Wings of Hope, Inc.                          $80,000 Saint Louis


       St. Louis Care and Counseling
2009   Services, Inc.                               $22,000 Saint Louis



       The Wellness Community of
2009   Greater St. Louis                            $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Our Little Haven                             $19,890 Saint Louis


       The Mildred Brady and Rena
2009   Martin Charitable Eye Foundation             $35,157 Saint Louis


2009   Behavioral Health Response                  $100,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 73
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       St. Louis Organization for
2009   Changing Men d/b/a RAVEN                    $100,000 Saint Louis




       National Multiple Sclerosis
2009   Society                                     $125,000 Saint Louis




2009   TouchPoint Autism Services                  $125,000 Saint Louis




2009   Life Skills                                 $125,000 Saint Louis




       Lutheran Family & Children's
2009   Services of Missouri (LFCS)                  $50,000 Saint Louis


       Howard Park Early Childhood
2009   Center                                       $19,274 Saint Louis



       The Wellness Community of
2009   Greater St. Louis                            $15,075 Saint Louis



       The Center for Head Injury
2009   Services                                     $10,905 Saint Louis




2009   St. Vincent Home for Children                $10,695 Saint Louis



       Warren County Council Against
       Domestic Violence, Inc. a.k.a.
2009   Turning Point                                $80,000 Saint Louis



       Franklin County Transportation
2009   Council, Inc.                                $80,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 74
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Woman's Place                                  $57,726 Saint Louis


       Brain Injury Association of
2009   Missouri, Inc.                                 $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Delta Dental Health Theatre                    $37,870 Saint Louis




2009   Circle of Concern                              $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   NAMI of St. Louis                              $80,000 Saint Louis


       Footprints Christian School
2009   Counseling                                     $67,730 Saint Louis



2009   Care and Counseling, Inc.                      $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Living Well Foundation                         $80,000 Saint Louis




2009   Willows Way, Inc.                             $100,000 Saint Louis


       Kids Enjoy Exercise Now St.
2009   Louis, LLC                                     $25,128 Saint Louis


       March of Dimes, Missouri
2009   Chapter                                       $100,000 Saint Louis


2009   St. Louis HELP                                 $25,451 Saint Louis


       Christian Psychological & Family
2009   Services                                      $100,000 Saint Louis




2009   The Breakfast Club, Inc.                       $25,996 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 75
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Shalom House                                $100,000 Saint Louis


       Union Sarah Senior Citizen
2009   Center                                      $100,000 Saint Louis



       Shepherd's Center of
2009   Webster/Kirkwood, Inc.                       $76,094 Saint Louis



       Tri-County Community Senior
2009   Center                                       $47,202 Saint Louis




       City of St. Louis Department of
2009   Health                                      $562,720 Saint Louis




2009   Washington University                       $300,000 Saint Louis




2009   Washington University                       $424,699 Saint Louis




2009   Central Reform Congregation                 $125,000 Saint Louis




2009   American Cancer Society                     $125,000 Saint Louis


       American Lung Association of the
2009   Central States                              $125,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 76
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Higher Education Channel
2009   Television HEC-TV                           $299,275 Saint Louis




2009   Washington University                       $628,249 Saint Louis
2009   St. Louis College of Pharmacy               $259,139 Saint Louis
       Catholic Charities Community
2009   Services                                    $221,720 Saint Louis




2009   Missouri Baptist Hospital-Sullivan          $236,441 Saint Louis




       Jefferson County Health
2009   Department Branch Office                    $159,661 Saint Louis




       Jefferson County Health
2009   Department Branch Office                    $119,327 Saint Louis




2009   Gateway Greening                            $297,840 Saint Louis




2009   Washington University                       $192,532 Saint Louis




                                                Page 77
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Washington University                       $299,926 Saint Louis




2009   Youth In Need                               $300,000 Saint Louis




2009   Kids Under Twenty One, KUTO                 $150,000 Saint Louis
2009   Lincoln County Medical Center               $200,000 Saint Louis

2009   Missouri Baptist Hospital-Sullivan           $80,486 Saint Louis




       United Way of Greater St. Louis,
2009   Inc.                                        $906,000 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Healthy Marriage
2009   Coalition                                    $10,075 Saint Louis



2009   Living Well Foundation                       $20,000 Saint Louis



       Brain Injury Association of
2009   Missouri, Inc.                               $14,292 Saint Louis



       Variety the Children's Charity of
2009   St. Louis                                    $19,981 Saint Louis


       Missouri Child Care Resource
2009   and Referral Network                         $14,930 Saint Louis



2009   Care and Counseling, Inc.                    $19,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 78
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2009   Kids Under Twenty One, KUTO                      $13,250 Saint Louis



       Developmental Services of
2009   Jefferson County                                 $18,600 Saint Louis


       Bevo Area Community
2009   Improvement Corporation                          $17,550 Saint Louis




       International Institute of
2009   Metropolitan St. Louis                           $18,150 Saint Louis




2009   Room at the Inn                                  $11,000 Saint Louis




2009   Kids In the Middle, Inc.                         $19,889 Saint Louis




2009   Every Child's Hope                               $20,000 Saint Louis




2009   Westminster College                             $227,145 Saint Louis




2009   Washington University                           $498,867 Saint Louis




       Division of Women & Children
2009   Services, Kathy J. Weinman                      $102,192 Saint Louis




2010   Pony Bird, Inc.                                 $100,000 Saint Louis




                                                    Page 79
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2010   Self Help Center, Inc.                      $100,000 Saint Louis




2010   Birthright Counseling, St. Louis            $100,000 Saint Louis


       Deaconess Parish Nurse
2010   Ministries, LLC                             $100,000 Saint Louis


       Bevo Area Community
2010   Improvement Corporation                     $100,000 Saint Louis


       The Clarkson Eyecare
2010   Foundation                                   $24,800 Saint Louis




2010   Institute for Family Medicine               $100,000 Saint Louis


       Crime Victim Advocacy Center of
2010   St. Louis                                   $100,000 Saint Louis




2010   Jamestown New Horizons                       $88,000 Saint Louis




2010   Progressive Youth Connection                 $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Saint Louis Effort for AIDS                  $75,000 Saint Louis



       Agape Christian Counseling
2010   Services                                     $75,000 Saint Louis


       American Red Cross, St. Louis
2010   Chapter                                      $75,000 Saint Louis



       Healthy Communities St. Charles
2010   County                                       $30,890 Saint Louis




2010   HOPEBUILD                                    $20,604 Saint Louis




                                                Page 80
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2010   Gateway Greening                               $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   House of Pais, Inc.                            $50,000 Saint Louis




2010   Tower Village, Inc.                            $75,000 Saint Louis
       The Walker Scottish Rite Clinic
       for Childhood Language
2010   Disorders of St. Louis, Inc.                   $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Christian Family Services, Inc.                $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Health and Dental Care For Kids                $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   The Women's Safe House                         $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   CREATE, Inc.                                   $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Kids In the Middle, Inc.                       $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Food Outreach, Inc.                            $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   St. Louis Peregrine Society, Inc.              $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   St. Louis Area Foodbank, Inc.                  $75,000 Saint Louis


2010   New Beginnings CSTAR, Inc.                     $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Nurses for Newborns Foundation                 $75,000 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 81
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Visiting Nurse Association
2010   Hospice Care                                 $75,000 Saint Louis




       East Central Missouri Area
2010   Health Education Center                      $75,000 Saint Louis



       Children's Home Society of
2010   Missouri                                    $200,000 Saint Louis




2010   FreeWay Foundation, Inc.                     $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Memory Care Home Solutions                   $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Caring Solutions                             $75,000 Saint Louis


       Delta Gamma Center for Children
2010   with Visual Impairments                      $75,000 Saint Louis



       Center for Survivors of Torture &
2010   War Trauma                                   $75,000 Saint Louis


       C.H.A.M.P. Assistance Dogs,
2010   Inc.                                         $75,000 Saint Louis



       Howard Park Early Childhood
2010   Center                                       $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   The Child Center, Inc.                       $75,000 Saint Louis




2010   Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc.                $55,876 Saint Louis

       National Kidney Foundation
       Serving Eastern Missouri & Metro
2010   East                                        $100,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 82
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Metropolitan Senior Citizens
2010   Corporation, Inc.                             $100,000 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Integrated Health
2010   Network                                       $100,000 Saint Louis




2010   Saint Louis University                        $199,995 Saint Louis


2010   Health Literacy Missouri                      $463,446 Saint Louis




2010   City of Ferguson                              $294,950 Saint Louis




2010   Bridgeway Behavioral Health Inc.                $9,505 Saint Louis




2010   Crider Health Center                            $9,826 Saint Louis




       Community Alternatives,
2010   Incorporated                                    $8,966 Saint Louis




2010   Queen of Peace Center                           $9,879 Saint Louis




2010   Places for People, Inc                          $9,900 Saint Louis


2010   St. Louis for Kids                             $18,875 Saint Louis




                                                  Page 83
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Children's Home Society of
2010   Missouri                                     $15,079 Saint Louis

       Delta Gamma Center for Children
2010   with Visual Impairments                      $12,900 Saint Louis

       ALS Association, St. Louis
2010   Regional Chapter                             $19,950 Saint Louis


2010   HavenHouse St. Louis                         $10,375 Saint Louis




2010   Saint Louis Effort for AIDS                  $20,000 Saint Louis




2010   Lemay Housing Partnership, Inc.              $20,000 Saint Louis



       St. Louis Christian Chinese
2010   Community Service Center                     $10,875 Saint Louis


2010   Therapeutic Horsemanship                     $20,000 Saint Louis




2010   St. Louis Life                               $19,750 Saint Louis




2010   Trailnet, Inc.                               $19,500 Saint Louis




       Asthma and Allergy Foundation
2010   of America - St. Louis Chapter               $20,000 Saint Louis


       Epilepsy Foundation of the St.
2010   Louis Region                                 $15,800 Saint Louis




2010   Paraquad, Inc                                $19,625 Saint Louis


       Long Term Care Ombudsman
2010   Program - St. Louis                          $20,000 Saint Louis

       National Council on Alcoholism
2010   and Drug Abuse - St. Louis Area              $18,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 84
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




       Shepherd's Center of
2010   Webster/Kirkwood, Inc.                       $20,000 Saint Louis


       Variety the Children's Charity of
2010   St. Louis                                    $19,125 Saint Louis




2010   Memory Care Home Solutions                   $19,258 Saint Louis




2010   Center for Hearing-Speech                    $18,000 Saint Louis



       Bi-Lingual International Assistant
2010   Services                                      $9,398 Saint Louis


       Good Shepherd Children and
2010   Family Services                              $17,998 Saint Louis



       Redevelopment Opportunities for
2010   Women, Inc                                   $15,500 Saint Louis




2010   Our Lady's Inn                               $19,700 Saint Louis




2010   Progressive Youth Connection                 $14,525 Saint Louis




2010   Lydia's House, Inc.                          $19,949 Saint Louis




2010   Community Living, Inc.                       $19,768 Saint Louis

       Mental Health of America of
2010   Eastern Missouri                             $20,000 Saint Louis


2010   Missouri Jobs with Justice                   $10,000 Saint Louis


2010   Gambrill Gardens, Inc.                       $20,000 Saint Louis




                                                Page 85
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2010   YMCA of Greater St. Louis                    $76,536 Saint Louis



       March of Dimes, Missouri
2010   Chapter                                     $150,000 Saint Louis




       Jefferson County Health
2010   Department Branch Office                    $115,013 Saint Louis




2010   Living Word Apostolic Church                $132,000 Saint Louis




2010   Washington University                       $498,547 Saint Louis




       American Lung Association of the
2010   Central States                               $58,004 Saint Louis




       ALIVE (Alternatives to Living in
2010   Violent Environments)                        $99,690 Saint Louis


       Women's Support and
       Community Services d/b/a Safe
2010   Connections                                 $100,000 Saint Louis



       Redevelopment Opportunities for
2010   Women, Inc                                   $94,200 Saint Louis


2010   Fontbonne University                          $2,188 Saint Louis




                                                Page 86
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




2010   St. Louis Internship Program               $136,607 Saint Louis




                                               Page 87
                                       a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls




 Funding Program                           Description
Cardiovascular and Diabetes To implement a weight management
Prevention                  program for obese low-income children.
                            To expand a gestational diabetes
                            education program to Bosnian and
                            Hispanic women by translating patient
Cardiovascular and Diabetes handbooks and materials to their
Prevention                  respective languages.
                            This 3-year community-based program will
                            provide education sessions for mental
                            health professionals in order to increase
                            awareness and to present information
                            about appropriate interventions specific to
Cardiovascular and Diabetes cardiovascular disease in the chronically
Prevention                  mentally ill.
                            This 3-year grant will fund the city's
                            Healthy Heart program which is targeting
                            nearly 80,000 African Americans living in
                            eight zip codes in North St. Louis City. The
                            project will work to eliminate risk factors of
                            heart disease by educating the target
                            audience on health education, providing
Cardiovascular and Diabetes screenings and creating
Prevention                  social/environmental programs.
                            This 2-year grant entitled Healthy Futures
Cardiovascular and Diabetes will work to prevent diabetes among
Prevention                  minority youths.
                            This 3-year project will allow Senior Care
                            Dentistry to expand its dental health
                            services to the underserved population of
Cardiovascular and Diabetes the elderly and others residing in nursing
Prevention                  home facilities.
                            To identify individuals at increased risk for
                            kidney disease through free health
Services Improvement        screenings and provide appropriate care.
                            To establish a training institute to care for
Services Improvement        persons with Alzheimer's disease.
                            To provide a facility for homeless pregnant
                            women and children that provides prenatal
                            and post-partum care, nutrition and
Services Improvement        immunizations.
                            To expand free hearing and vision
                            screenings in schools to include those
                            schools in poverty-stricken
Services Improvement        neighborhoods.
                            This 3-year project will expand a nurse
                            home visitation program that focuses on
                            prenatal and post-natal care, nutrition,
                            CPR, parenting skills, education of safety
                            hazards, signs of newborn illnesses,
                            monitoring of the family and referral to
Services Improvement        other community resources.
                            This 12-month project will establish a new
                            dental service site serving north and
                            northeastern St. Louis county. Goals of
                            the project include an increase in access
                            and treatment of 4,000 people in the first
Services Improvement        year.




                                                              Page 88
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                       To provide additional services to women
                       who have experienced physical, sexual
Services Improvement   and/or emotional abuse.
                       To provide preventive and rehabilitative
                       services to those suffering from mental
Services Improvement   illness.
                       To provide additional staffing and
                       equipment to ensure nutritional education
Services Improvement   to the elderly.
                       To provide perinatal care to mothers and
                       their infants and to link them to a medical
Services Improvement   care provider.
                       This 10-month grant will fund medical
                       offices and a psychosocial rehabilitation
                       center within a new facility in order to
                       serve more individuals suffering from
Services Improvement   mental illness.
                       This 12-month grant will be used to
                       provide transportation to persons to
Services Improvement   receive treatment for mental illness.
                       This 3-year grant will provide additional
                       staff to expand mental health services for
                       women suffering from depression during
Services Improvement   pregnancy and/or child-bearing years.
                       This 3-year project will provide staff to
                       organize donated food distribution to the
Services Improvement   disabled.
                       This 2-year grant will help improve
                       coordination and enhance continuity of
                       care for the clients of this comprehensive
Services Improvement   mental health center.
                       This 2-year project will improve, automate
                       and streamline existing business
                       processes with cost-effective IT
                       approaches/solutions. These upgrades are
                       necessary to allow clinical staff to improve
                       services and ensure quality treatment for
                       the 4,600 clients at Hopewell's 11
Services Improvement   facilities.
                       This 3-year grant will expand a program
                       that assists low income senior citizens
                       after hospitalization for cardiac disease or
                       diabetes. The emphasis is to limit re-
                       hospitalization and emergency room visits
Services Improvement   while improving quality of life.
                       This 3-year project will provide a dental
                       hygiene and oral health instruction
                       program as well as comprehensive dental
                       exams and orthodontic screenings for
Services Improvement   inner city African American adolescents.
                       This grant will allow the level II trauma
                       center to remain open for four more
                       months while the center waits for possible
Services Improvement   further funding from the state.
                       This 2-year grant will provide suicide
                       prevention training to Jefferson County
Services Improvement   school personnel.
                       This 3-year grant will help provide a new
                       facility to serve an increased number of
Services Improvement   abused women and their children.




                                                       Page 89
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                         This 3-year grant will be used to expand
                         mental illness prevention, assessment and
Services Improvement     treatment services.
                         This 3-year grant will expand mental
                         health care services to uninsured and
                         underinsured children and their families
                         who suffer with emotional and behavioral
Services Improvement     disorders.
                         This 3-year project will work to reduce
                         hospital emergency room visits and
Services Improvement     institutionalization for the frail and elderly.

                         This collaborative 3-year grant will also
                         partner with Abraham's Children to provide
                         health education classes, screenings and
                         health promotion and prevention activities
Services Improvement     in the churches of North St. Louis
                         This 12-month grant will fund a part-time
                         program coordinator for the First Step
                         Program; a program that refers persons
                         with substance abuse to appropriate
Services Improvement     treatment facilities.
                         This 3-year grant will provide health
                         prevention activities, such as asthma
                         management education, childhood lead
                         poisoning reduction, HIV/AIDS and STD
Services Improvement     education and screenings for diabetes.
                         This 3-year project will provide health
                         promotion and education to the community
                         at-large and to the families who utilize the
Services Improvement     church's food pantry.
                         This 3-year grant will go to a new program
                         which assists in stabilizing homeless
                         individuals who suffer from mental illness
Services Improvement     and substance abuse.
                         This 3-year project will expand the
                         organization's WINGS program, which
                         provides services to low-income women
Services Improvement     with crisis or unplanned pregnancies.
                         This 3-year project will provide free
                         counseling services for individuals with
                         neuromuscular disease and their families.
                         Emotional support groups and a family
Services Improvement     support network will also be available.
                         To provide a school liaison to address
                         prevention of school violence, drug abuse
Services Improvement     and mental illness.
                         This 12-month project will provide 28
                         defibrillators for various emergency
                         vehicles in an effort to improve the
                         emergency response time to patients
Services Improvement     suffering from cardiac arrest.
                         This 3-year grant will provide nursing and
                         nursing assistant services to elderly
                         clients in an effort to postpone placement
Services Improvement     into long term care facilities.
                         This 3-year grant will provide quality dental
                         care and dentures to underserved frail
                         elderly, which includes long-term care
Services Improvement     residents.
                         To provide food and education concerning
Strengthening the Core   hunger.



                                                           Page 90
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                         To provide pharmacy services at the
Strengthening the Core   center.
                         To provide transportation to better serve
                         low-income seniors with food and medical
Strengthening the Core   care.
                         To expand services of the UMCA Regional
Strengthening the Core   Sexual Assault Center.
                         To provide immediate support and
                         ongoing treatment for sexually abused
Strengthening the Core   children.
                         To establish a violence prevention
Strengthening the Core   program for women in Valley Park.
                         To provide a grant writer and office
                         equipment to further facilitate fund raising
Strengthening the Core   and services.
                         To provide additional staffing to improve
Strengthening the Core   care to children with disabilities.
                         To provide families with information and
Strengthening the Core   access to MC+.
                         To provide nutritional meals to people
Strengthening the Core   living with HIV/AIDS.
                         To upgrade necessary computer
Strengthening the Core   equipment in order to increase services.
                         To provide staffing to a new office that
Strengthening the Core   educates persons with multiple sclerosis.
                         To upgrade necessary computer
Strengthening the Core   equipment in order to increase services.

                         This 2-year project will go to purchase
                         equipment and supplies in order to provide
                         access to affordable reproductive health
Strengthening the Core   services to an additional 2,000 people.
                         This 18-month grant will provide funds for
                         training new and current staff related to
                         the specialized needs of infants and
Strengthening the Core   toddlers with visual impairments.
                         This 2-year grant will partially fund the
                         expansion of the pharmacy team at the
Strengthening the Core   health center.
                         This 2-year grant will maintain and expand
                         health care services to indigent, high risk
                         children and adults in metropolitan St.
Strengthening the Core   Louis.
                         This 3-year project will work to improve
                         access to quality mental health services
Strengthening the Core   for children.
                         This 2-year project will fund staff to
                         continue to provide a safe 24-hour
                         supervised home for homeless pregnant
Strengthening the Core   girls ages 15-21 and their infants.
                         This 2-year project will maintain
                         comprehensive therapy for children with
                         developmental disabilities ages six weeks
Strengthening the Core   to six years.
                         To develop a medical record database to
Strengthening the Core   ensure consistency and quality of care.
                         To provide additional staffing and
                         transportation to the center to ensure
Strengthening the Core   quality care and services for the elderly.
                         To provide community-based services to
                         help homeless individuals with mental
Strengthening the Core   illness.



                                                         Page 91
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                         To provide therapeutic day care to elderly
                         adults to improve quality of life and avoid
Strengthening the Core   premature institutionalization.
                         To improve services provided by Harris
                         House - a residential recovery home for
Strengthening the Core   treatment of alcoholism.

Strengthening the Core   To provide dental services to 1200 youth.

                         To fund a project that provides medication
Strengthening the Core   and supplies to children with asthma.
                         To provide the homeless with means to
                         maintain independent and permanent
Strengthening the Core   housing.
                         To provide a drug therapy program to
                         women and expectant mothers with HIV,
                         which suppresses the virus and helps
Strengthening the Core   prevent infection to the fetus.
                         To provide an outreach program
                         specifically for underserved families to
                         learn how to prevent Sudden Infant Death
Strengthening the Core   Syndrome.
                         This grant will be used to organize a
                         health network program and utilize a
                         bilingual community and social worker in
                         order to link the Hispanic community to
Strengthening the Core   necessary health services.
                         To equip a health van with dental
                         equipment and provide a dentist and
                         dental assistant to make preventive dental
Strengthening the Core   services available to children.
                         To provide health care to teens with
Strengthening the Core   complex medical conditions.
                         This 2-year grant will expand the
                         nutritional education program and further
                         maintain counseling and children's
Strengthening the Core   services.
                         This 2-year grant will provide a database
                         system to track children with cancer,
                         which will ensure consistency and quality
                         of care and provide accurate records
                         reflecting the numbers of uninsured
Strengthening the Core   children.
                         This 2-year grant will provide additional
                         staff to further educational and support
Strengthening the Core   services to those with sickle cell disease.
                         This 2-year grant will provide an arthritis
Strengthening the Core   program to the medically underserved.
                         This 2-year grant will provide patients,
                         both in-patient and those visiting the
                         emergency room, with needed oral care.
                         These patients have dental infections that
                         must be treated before they can receive
                         care for their more serious illnesses, such
Strengthening the Core   as cancer.
                         This 2-year project will provide additional
                         staff for a project called S.O.S. (Stopping
                         Overwhelming Stress), which provides
                         respite care, support and counseling to
                         familes facing difficult circumstances. This
                         project is in an effort to prevent child
Strengthening the Core   abuse and neglect.



                                                         Page 92
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                         This 2-year grant will fund La Linea de
                         Ayunda, a Spanish Language Crisis Line
                         that provides translation, compassionate
                         listening and emergency response for St.
                         Louis Hispanic families and individuals
                         struggling with depression, isolation,
                         alcohol abuse, domestic violence and
Strengthening the Core   other serious issues.
                         This 2-year grant will help cover the salary
                         of a speech pathologist and assist with
Strengthening the Core   other programs offered to children.

                         This 2-year grant will provide funding for
                         salaries, office space and a public
                         outreach campaign to increase awareness
                         of the availability of services for elderly
Strengthening the Core   women trapped in abusive situations.
                         This 2-year grant will fund treatment to the
                         uninsured and underinsured who have
Strengthening the Core   contracted Hepatitis C virus.
                         This 12-month grant will provide staff with
                         pocket personal computers, which will
                         result in the streamlining of input of clinical
                         and billing info from the field to the clinic
Strengthening the Core   sites.
                         This 2-year grant will be used to purchase
                         a van so the center can increase meal
                         delivery and medical transportation to
                         underserved and disabled seniors and
                         adults. The grant will also provide for an
Strengthening the Core   exercise program in the center.

                         This 2-year grant will allow this
                         organization to expand its current outreach
                         and referral services for survivors of family
                         violence and to expand its prevention
                         education programs to underserved rural
Strengthening the Core   communities.

                         To provide additional rooms and improved
Strengthening the Core   facilities for a domestic violence shelter.
                         To provide transportation to better serve
                         the health needs of people with
Strengthening the Core   disabilities.
                         This 12-month grant, along with partial
                         funding from OATS, a medical
                         transportation company, will now allow
                         residents who are not eligible for Medicaid
                         transportation to go outside the county for
                         appointments and treatment, such as
Strengthening the Core   dialysis or chemotherapy.
                         This 2-year grant will provide therapeutic
                         support to children with developmental
Strengthening the Core   disabilities.
                         To provide transportation to patients to
Strengthening the Core   receive medical care.
                         To expand services of a crisis center
Strengthening the Core   focused on victims of domestic violence.
                         To provide additional staffing to support a
                         crisis hotline and additional outreach
Strengthening the Core   services.




                                                           Page 93
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                         To provide volunteer training on substance
Strengthening the Core   abuse prevention.
                         This 2-year project will provide additional
                         staff to improve suicide prevention,
                         intervention and support services to
Strengthening the Core   children and teens.
                         This 2-year grant will help handle a
                         significant increase in requests for service.
                         Funds will be used to increase the
                         professional counseling staff and provide
Strengthening the Core   subsequent computer equipment.
                         This 2-year project will improve primary
                         care at the north St. Louis county location
                         by increasing the availability of x-ray and
                         ultrasound services for low-income
Strengthening the Core   residents.
                         This is a 2-year project for the OB Clinic
                         that serves women who are either
                         uninsured or on Medicaid. The funds are
                         being used to provide gestational diabetic
                         education and to promote the health
                         benefits of breastfeeding in accordance
Strengthening the Core   with the WIC program.
                         This 2-year grant will help pay for a part-
                         time physical therapist and occupational
                         therapist to help improve the services
                         provided to individuals with head injuries
                         and physical and developmental
Strengthening the Core   disabilities.
                         This 2-year project will enhance current
                         support groups, increase in-service
                         training opportunities for area nursing
                         homes and provide home evaluation for
Strengthening the Core   Huntington's disease patients.
                         This 2-year project will provide counseling
                         services to an underserved population
                         through a combination of mental health
                         courses, support groups and peer
Strengthening the Core   counseling services.
                         This 2-year grant will fund a new health
                         education component of the camp which
                         will provide dental care, personal hygiene
Strengthening the Core   and nutrition education.
                         This 2-year project will support a school-
                         based peer support group for children who
                         have suffered through divorce, death or
Strengthening the Core   incarceration of a parent.
                         This 2-year project will provide 450 hours
                         of counseling and case management
                         services to 75 families in the center's
Strengthening the Core   Expectant Parent Services Unit.
                         This 12-month grant will provide a new
                         electronic case management system,
                         allowing for better tracking of individual
Strengthening the Core   client health information.
                         This organization provides SAFE exams
                         for children who are victims of sexual
                         and/or physical abuse. This 2-year grant
                         will provide for new medical diagnostic
                         equipment and a nurse practitioner to
Strengthening the Core   perform the SAFE exams in Wentzville.




                                                          Page 94
                          a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                 This 12-month grant will be used to
                 upgrade the organization's computer
                 network and workstations, which will
                 eliminate paper duplication and increase
Access to Care   efficiency of the staff.
                 This 2-year project increases audiology
                 services. These include outreach,
                 screenings, evaluation, hearing aid
Access to Care   consultations and follow-up care.
                 This 12-month project provides training in
                 order to increase the number of health
                 service interpreters to immigrant
Access to Care   populations.
                 This 2-year project ensures access to
                 primary health services, case
                 management and health education in a
                 transitional housing facility for disabled,
Access to Care   homeless male veterans.
                 This 2-year project expands the current
Access to Care   pre-natal program.
                 This 3-year project allows patients on
                 dialysis to replace their catheters to
                 fistulas, greatly reducing the patients' risk
                 of infection. Education to patients is also
Access to Care   being provided.
                 This 2-year grant will provide for a nurse
                 home visitation program to pregnant teens
                 in an effort to reduce the chance of child
                 abuse and neglect and decrease the
Access to Care   possibility of repeat pregnancies.

                 This 2-year project will expand the oral
                 health care services at the center, which is
                 the only provider in this area that accepts
Access to Care   Medicaid and sliding fee patients.
                 This 3-year grant will fund the H.E.A.L.
                 Initiative, a program that will increase
                 access to preventive and restorative care
                 for low-income children and families in St.
Access to Care   Louis City.
                 This 3-year project will expand current
                 services to five eastern counties. Services
                 include educating clients on the MC+
                 program and assisting with obtaining
Access to Care   medical services.
                 This 3-year grant is training health
                 providers to provide culturally sensitive
Access to Care   services.
                 This 3-year project funds a new
                 counseling and therapy program for
                 Hispanics. Funds also are being used to
                 provide training to graduate social work
                 students in culturally competent mental
Access to Care   health interventions.
                 This 3-year project is providing funding to
                 expand the organization's mental health
                 and counseling services for immigrants
Access to Care   and refugees in St. Louis.

                 This 12-month project provides eye exams
Access to Care   and eye glasses free of charge to adults.




                                                  Page 95
                          a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                 This 2-year project expands the pharmacy
                 at the Center, allowing for evening and
                 weekend hours and another pharmacist
Access to Care   and pharmacy tech to be brought on staff.
                 This 3-year project increases the health
                 care services the organization provides to
                 moms participating in the aftercare
Access to Care   program.
                 This 3-year project provides two new
                 patient service coordinators, making it
                 possible to serve more patients in the rural
                 areas. Also, the project includes new
                 equipment to be loaned to patients, respite
                 care for the caregiver and nutritional
Access to Care   supplements.
                 This 12-month project is helping start an
                 adult day care program for individuals with
Access to Care   brain injuries.
                 This 3-year project is allowing the
                 organization to provide substance abuse
                 treatment and rehabilitation services to
Access to Care   more uninsured adults.
                 This 3-year project is establishing a
                 coordinated network of health providers to
                 serve the immigrant and refugee
Access to Care   population.
                 This 3-year project is expanding the
                 clinic's services and improving the network
                 of Asian medical providers to assist the
Access to Care   target population.
                 This 12-month project expands current
                 therapeutic treatment for children and
                 families who have been affected by abuse
Access to Care   and neglect.
                 This 2-year project provides for a new part-
                 time staff member to assist in daily duties
                 and free up more time for the counselors
Access to Care   to see clients.
                 This 3-year project will expand the
                 organization's current therapy services to
                 court involved youth with mental health
                 symptoms to an additional 28 families per
Access to Care   year.
                 This 3-year project will expand treatment
                 services for people who are homeless and
Access to Care   dually diagnosed.
                 This 12-month project is providing funding
                 for a dental assistant and equipment for a
                 Franklin County dental clinic that serves
Access to Care   uninsured and underinsured individuals.
                 This 3-year project provides access to
                 dental services for uninsured or
                 underinsured children and
Access to Care   developmentally disabled adults.
                 This 12-month grant will be used to
                 purchase therapeutic and medical
                 equipment for a new motor development
                 room at a new facility which will open in
                 July of 2004. The center will serve 366
Access to Care   children with special needs.




                                                 Page 96
                                       a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                            This 6-month project implemented a
                            clinical management information system,
                            allowing immediate access to patient
                            records and improving the tracking of
Access to Care              patient outcomes.
                            This 12-month project is helping to meet
                            the needs associated with air transport of
                            low-income patients. Medical equipment
                            for transporting patients, supplies, fuel,
                            maintenance and cost of overnight stays
                            for flight crews will be supplied through the
Access to Care              grant.
                            This 3-year project allows the organization
                            to provide health services to 700
Access to Care              homeless clients annually.
                            This 2-year project consists of a
                            telemedicine program to improve home
                            health care and reduce re-hospitalizations
                            for patients diagnosed with congestive
                            heart failure or . diagnosed with
                            congestive heart failure and chronic
Access to Care              obstructive pulmonary disease.
                            This 3-year project is expanding current
                            case management services, which will
                            provide for more MS patients and their
                            families to get assistance in developing a
                            long-term health care plan and pursuing
Access to Care              needed health care services.
                            This 3-year project expands the current
                            Crisis Intervention Team. This is a
                            collaborative team of police officers and
                            mental health care professionals that work
                            together when the police are called to
                            intervene in a situation regarding a person
                            suffering substance abuse or a mental
Access to Care              health crisis.
                            This 3-year project expands the current
                            rehabilitation program and provides
                            necessary medical services to uninsured
                            and underinsured patients who have brain
Access to Care              injuries.
                            This two-year grant will allow for
                            expansion and improvement of medical air-
                            ambulance services throughout the state.
                            Grant funds will improve the aircraft
                            maintenance program, purchase an
                            Autopilot which will enable flights into
                            more Missouri airports during poor
                            weather, and increase the scheduling
Access to Care              process and capabilities.
                            This 2-year project consists of recruiting
                            residents of low-income, high crime
                            neighborhoods to participate in
                            coordinated neighborhood walks. The
                            project addresses the major barrier to
Disease Prevention & Health walking; high crime, by providing security
Promotion                   escorts during the walks.
                            This 2-year project is expanding the
Disease Prevention & Health organization's education program and
Promotion                   support groups.




                                                             Page 97
                                       a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                            This 2-year project is providing a state-of-
Disease Prevention & Health the-art training program for caregivers of
Promotion                   individuals with Alzheimer's disease.
Disease Prevention & Health This 3-year project provides funding for a
Promotion                   full-time Tuberculosis nurse.
                            This 2-year project provides transportation
                            to low-income persons with disabilities.
                            This includes visits to doctor's
                            appointments and relevant therapies.
Disease Prevention & Health More than 9,000 trips will be made.
Promotion
                            This 2-year project will implement a
                            community-based diabetes program,
                            which consists of prevention and self-
Disease Prevention & Health management care for poor and
Promotion                   underserved patients with diabetes.
                            This 3-year project consists of an
                            educational program to adolescents and
Disease Prevention & Health young adults regarding the dangers of
Promotion                   alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
                            This 3-year project will support a health
Disease Prevention & Health program, 'House Calls', that will air each
Promotion                   week on KETC Channel 9.
                            This 3-year project is expanding the Lead
                            Safe St. Louis program which will allow for
                            more children to get tested for blood lead
Disease Prevention & Health levels, voluntary home lead evaluations
Promotion                   and home lead remediations.
                            This 3-year project is is providing low-
                            income HIV patients with legal assistance
Disease Prevention & Health in an effort to overcome legal obstacles to
Promotion                   health care.
                            This 2-year grant will provide nutritional
                            counseling to persons with HIV/AIDS in
                            order to enhance their life and decrease
Disease Prevention & Health the chance of malnutrition, which can lead
Promotion                   to symptomatic AIDS.
                            This 2-year grant will support a health and
                            nutrition program designed to help prevent
                            diabetes and heart disease. The project
                            will provide more than 500 African-
                            American women with nutrition and
                            physical education and provide outreach
                            to 20,000 community residents through
Disease Prevention & Health medical screenings, referrals and
Promotion                   education.
                            This 2-year project adds new components
                            to the current work of Almost Home.
                            Safety and first aid classes are provided
Disease Prevention & Health and current counseling sessions are
Promotion                   extended.
                            This 2-year project is implementing a
                            social marketing campaign to increase
                            HIV/AIDS awareness among young gay
                            men and men who have sex with men.
Disease Prevention & Health Prevention is also a key component to this
Promotion                   campaign.




                                                             Page 98
                                       a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                              This 3-year project consists of the
                              development and implementation of a
                              program to address the dual health issues
Disease Prevention & Health   of psychiatric care and treatment of liver
Promotion                     disease for patients in the HIV/AIDS clinic.
                              This 2-year project is funding a supply
                              bank providing nutritional products and
Disease Prevention & Health   other supplies to low-income seniors at no
Promotion                     cost.
                              This 3-year project is implementing a
                              parish nursing program specifically
                              targeting low-income women at risk for
Disease Prevention & Health   cardiovascular disease, stroke and
Promotion                     diabetes.
                              This 2-year project provides counseling
Disease Prevention & Health   and health education to Vietnamese
Promotion                     familes.

                            This 3-year project creates a Diabetes
                            center and implements work focusing on
                            prevention, detection and treatment as
Disease Prevention & Health well as establish an education and training
Promotion                   center for clients and health professionals.

                              This 3-year project is identifing individuals
                              with hereditary cancer syndrome and
Disease Prevention & Health   providing education on reducing the risk of
Promotion                     cancer and early intervention strategies.
                              This 3-year project promotes healthy
                              habits and cardiovascular health in African-
                              Americans. This is in an effort to teach
                              and encourage these individuals to self-
Disease Prevention & Health   manage their risk factors for heart
Promotion                     disease.
                              This 2-year project is increasing HIV
                              prevention services, improving access to
                              primary care for those infected and
Disease Prevention & Health   ultimately reducing the number of new HIV
Promotion                     cases.
                              This 3-year project is expanding treatment
                              services for people dually diagnosed with
Disease Prevention & Health   severe mental illness and substance
Promotion                     abuse addiction disorder.
                              This 3-year project is reaching out to bring
                              more substance-abusing, pregnant women
Disease Prevention & Health   into the facility for substance abuse
Promotion                     treatment.
                              This 24-month project develops a health
                              management and exercise plan for
                              persons with mobility impairments.
                              Participants will also be educated on the
Disease Prevention & Health   prevention of secondary conditions that
Promotion                     can occur as a result of immobility.
                              This 2-year project provides additional
Disease Prevention & Health   outreach to educate children and adults on
Promotion                     sexual abuse issues.
Disease Prevention & Health   This 3-year project establishs an out-
Promotion                     patient drug rehabilitation program.




                                                              Page 99
                                       a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                              This 3-year project expands the current
                              medical transportation program meal
Disease Prevention & Health   delivery service and congregate meal
Promotion                     program.
                              This 3-year project will implement an
                              employee training program to provide staff
                              with skills to better understand seniors
                              with serious emotional problems, enabling
Disease Prevention & Health   employees to provide them with a higher
Promotion                     quality of care.
                              This three year grant is a partnership
                              between The Oasis Institute, Parkland
                              Health Center and BJC Behavioral Health,
                              to provide health education classes,
                              appropriate referrals and peer discussion
                              groups to help connect older adults in the
                              St. Francois County area with mental
                              health services and improve their
Disease Prevention & Health   awareness of mental health issues among
Promotion                     the elderly.
                              This 3-year project is providing health
Disease Prevention & Health   education training and materials for
Promotion                     persons with developmental disabilities.
                              This 3-year project allows for more low-
                              income, disabled individuals to participate
Disease Prevention & Health   in the array of therapeutic services offered
Promotion                     at the center.
                              This 3-year project is raising the
                              awareness of heart disease in women
                              through community screenings and a
Disease Prevention & Health   comprehensive social marketing
Promotion                     campaign.
                              This 3-year project consists of medical
Disease Prevention & Health   treatment services to 1,224 uninsured
Promotion                     men in their program.
                              This 2-year project pays for children with
                              Type 2 diabetes to attend a special camp
                              where they will be taught skills on how to
                              lead an active, healthy life. Funds are also
Disease Prevention & Health   utilized to produce and distribute an
Promotion                     education video to 40 school districts.
                              This 2-year project will provide support for
                              youth violence prevention education and
Disease Prevention & Health   skills training for 960 middle school
Promotion                     youths.
                              This 2-year project is providing educator
Enhancing Health of           training, updated screening manuals and
Children                      distribution of public awareness materials.

                              This 12-month grant will allow participating
Enhancing Health of           physicians' offices to distribute car and
Children                      booster seats to high risk families.
                              This 2-year project is establishing two
                              collaborative work groups; one for teen
                              pregnancy and the other to support foster
                              youth transitions. The second group is
                              focusing on teaching these newly-
Enhancing Health of           transitioned, young adults how to access
Children                      health care services.




                                                             Page 100
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                      This 3-year project is being used to
                      educate community health care providers
                      and increase access to community-based
Enhancing Health of   and family-centered pediatric palliative
Children              care.
                      This 2-year project is producing a
                      community-based multimedia health
                      program for high-risk students on the topic
Enhancing Health of   of prevention of obesity and obesity-
Children              related diseases.
                      This 3-year project consists of developing
                      a clinic that will provide crisis intervention,
                      psychological support and solution-
                      focused counseling to children and
                      families struggling with the impact of a
Enhancing Health of   serious medical diagnosis and its
Children              treatment.
                      This 2-year project expands the Healthy
                      Alternatives Program, a comprehensive
                      therapeutic program for children
                      diagnosed with behavioral, emotional
                      and/or psychological problems. More than
Enhancing Health of   200 children across 3 campuses will be
Children              served.
                      This 3-year project is allowing the center
Enhancing Health of   to provide speech and language services
Children              to more children from low-income families.
                      Three-year funding was provided for a
                      drug abuse and smoking prevention
                      program, called Project Alert, to middle
                      school students in the St. Louis area
                      through after-school activities and
                      supplemental summer sessions. The
Enhancing Health of   program also includes nutrition and fitness
Children              education.
                      This 2-year project provides funding for an
                      Education Specialist who is responsible
                      for going into the school system and
                      teaching school professionals and school
Enhancing Health of   children how to recognize and report child
Children              sexual abuse.
                      This 3-year project strengthens the newly
                      created Child Advocacy Center in the
                      northeast corner of Missouri and will
                      provide SAFE exams, forensic interviews,
Enhancing Health of   mental health therapy and other services
Children              regarding child sexual abuse.
                      This 3-year project, a collaboration
                      between the Center for Autism and Family
                      Support Services, enhances a program
                      that works to improve the health of
                      children with a dual diagnosis of
Enhancing Health of   developmental disabilities and mental
Children              illness.
                      This 3-year project is implementing the
                      Fetal Infant Mortality Review in St. Louis
                      zip codes 63113, 63120 and 63136.
                      These areas have high infant mortality
                      rates, and the review allows the Coalition
                      to improve community resources and
Enhancing Health of   service systems for women, infants and
Children              children.




                                                       Page 101
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                      This 3-year project is increasing services
                      to disabled children by providing power
Enhancing Health of   wheelchairs, augmentative speech
Children              devices and hearing aids.
                      This 2-year project is expanding the
                      organization's capacity to educate families
                      and children to prevent child abuse and
Enhancing Health of   neglect by providing services to an
Children              additional 533 families.
                      This 3-year grant is expanding existing
                      respite services, allowing respite care for
Enhancing Health of   an additional 60 children and their
Children              families.

                      This 2-year project is funding home-based
                      mental health services to prevent child
Enhancing Health of   abuse and reduce out of home placements
Children              of children with mental illnesses.
                      This 3-year project expands the services
                      offered to children through the
                      organization's mental health treatment
Enhancing Health of   programs. It also increases preventive
Children              health education to older adolescents.
                      This 3-year project is providing funding for
                      specialized equipment and staff training to
Enhancing Health of   administer hearing screenings to special
Children              needs children.
                      This 12-month project implements a
                      school breakfast program in order to
Enhancing Health of   encourage more students to drink milk and
Children              eat nutritious foods.
                      This 3-year project provides for an
                      assessment specialist to review current
                      autism materials and send him/her and
                      two other straff to training. This is in an
                      effort to increase services/asscessments
Enhancing Health of   of childrren and provide recommendations
Children              for treatment.
                      This 3-year project will provide dental care
Enhancing Health of   to 10,000 underserved school children per
Children              year.
                      This 2-year project is developing an
                      education program specifically addressing
Health Disparities    breast health for women with disabilities.
                      This 12-month grant will be used to
                      purchase 22 computers and three printers
                      for the organization's health law division,
                      which works to obtain health care
                      coverage from public and private insurers,
                      such as Medicaid, Medicare and MC+ for
Health Disparities    kids.
                      This 3-year grant will help low-income
                      families manage their health crises by
                      providing them with information and
                      support and connecting them to
                      appropriate resources. This project will
                      reach 400 individuals and their families
Health Disparities    over three years.
                      This 12-month project is focusing on
                      providing disease treatment, prevention
                      and wellness information to the African
Health Disparities    American community.




                                                     Page 102
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                        This 3-year project is providing funding to
                        place 160 automatic external defibrillators
                        (AED) in public city government building
Health Disparities      and vehicles.
                        This 3-year project will fund the
                        development of a day center program
                        providing medical, mental health and
                        substance abuse services to homeless
Health Disparities      individuals with HIV/AIDS.
                        This 2-year grant will be used to upgrade
                        the agency's electronic clinical records
                        management system, which will improve
                        the overall level of care and treatment to
Health Disparities      agency clients.
                        This 18-month project consists of
                        upgrading the agency's medical software,
                        enabling the center to serve 10 percent
Strengthening the       more patients per year due to an increase
Healthcare Safety Net   in staff efficiency and productivity.
                        This 3-year project will provide mental
Strengthening the       health services to people with HIV/AIDS
Healthcare Safety Net   and mental health disorders.
                        This 18-month project is providing funding
                        for the creation of a centralized computer
                        data system, which will be used to
                        improve the organization's administrative
Basic Support           efficiency.
                        This 2-year grant will allow the
                        organization to recruit and train additional
                        volunteers and provide services to an
Basic Support           additional 40 individuals.
                        This 2-year project is enhancing the
                        organization's information and referral
                        services and provide funding for literature
Basic Support           distribution.
                        This 2-year project is providing funding to
                        continue healthy baby programs for young
Basic Support           pregnant women.
                        This 2-year project is providing funding to
                        support the organization's core operations
                        and for the production of reports on
Basic Support           children's health.
                        This 2-year project is providing funding for
                        room and board for three families every
                        night at the organization's home for
Basic Support           families of seriously ill children.
                        This 2-year project is funding the
                        recruitment and training of volunteers to
                        work with children who have parents in the
Basic Support           Family Treatment Drug Court system.
                        This 2-year project is providing education
                        in the community via seminars,
                        presentations and literature regarding
Basic Support           epilepsy and treatment.
                        This 2-year project continues the work of
                        the organization, which provides
                        comprehensive support service for victims
Basic Support           of domestic violence.




                                                       Page 103
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year project assists the
                organization in facilitating medical
                treatment and counseling to women
                leaving incarceration and transitioning
Basic Support   back into society.
                This 2-year project is allowing the
                organization to continue to provide
                psychiatrist services to homeless and
Basic Support   other populations.
                This 2-year project is allowing the
                organization to maintain its drug and
                violence prevention after school program
Basic Support   at 12 schools.
                This 2-year project provides for preventive
                health education classes, physical exams,
                drug testing and recovery services for
Basic Support   uninsured fathers.
                This 2-year project strengthens the
                services this organization provides, such
                as lead identification, health assessments,
                education and abatement and home repair
Basic Support   assistance.
                This 2-year grant will provide a Clinic
                Coordinator position, which aids the center
                by directing the screening programs,
                communicating between clients, clinicians
                and staff and increasing community
                awareness and contact with health
Basic Support   organizations.
                This 2-year project is continuing
                counseling services to women who have
                suffered domestic violence, sexual assault
Basic Support   and/or childhood sexual abuse.
                This 2-year project is continuing to support
                a home case management system that
                includes prenatal and postnatal acitivities
                in an effort to prevent infant mortality,
Basic Support   abuse and neglect.
                This 2-year project is maintaining a
                nutritious, frozen prepared meal program
                for men, women and children living with
Basic Support   HIV/AIDS.
                This 2-year project is maintaining the
                Center's counseling services to uninsured
                and underinsured victims of crime and
Basic Support   violence.
                This 2-year project is providing staff
                support to continue the Home's quality
                care of uninsured and underinsured
Basic Support   nursing home residents.
                This 2-year project is supporting a
                program that offers short-term case
                management, finnacial assistance and aid
                to persons with multiple sclerosis in an
                effort to access regular health care and
Basic Support   maintain independent living.
                This 2-year project is supporting the work
                of ALS, specifically in providing counseling
                and health access assistance for person
Basic Support   with ALS.




                                               Page 104
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 12-month project continues the health-
                related activities of the Parish, such as
                sponsoring health fairs, keeping
                participants informed of health resources
                and providing transportation to medical
Basic Support   services.
                This 2-year project continues services,
                which range from transportation to
Basic Support   interpretation of health services.
                This 2-year project provides an upgrade to
                the organization's current computer
                system as well as further support for
Basic Support   current services.
                This 2-year project provides for staffing in
                order to provide mental health services to
Basic Support   refugee and immigrant survivors.
                This 2-year project supports outreach
                services to mentally ill and substance-
Basic Support   abusing homeless persons.
                This 12-month project will alllow the
                organization to meet staffing and client
Basic Support   transportation needs.
                This 12-month project will make
                equipment upgrades and support the
Basic Support   organization's mental health program.
                This 12-month project will provide funding
                to help the organization deliver services to
                people with Down Syndrome and their
Basic Support   families.
                This 12-month project will provide support
                for the health, nutrition and physical
                fitness expenses of the organization's
Basic Support   Student Wellness program.
                This 2-year project enables the
                organization to provide services to
Basic Support   persons lacking insurance.
                This 2-year project will expand the
                organization's ability to provide health care
Basic Support   to children in abusive environments.
                This 2-year project will expand the
                organization's services into Franklin and
Basic Support   surrounding counties.
                This 2-year project will expand the
                organization's services to pregnant and
Basic Support   parenting teens.
                This 2-year project will provide funding for
                rmedications and equipment for uninsured
Basic Support   and underinsured clients.
                This 2-year project will provide funding to
                allow the organization to meet the
                increasing demand for emergency food for
Basic Support   the poor.
                This 2-year project will provide funding to
                help the organization assist lupus patients
                and their families through its patient
                support and community education
Basic Support   programs.
                This 2-year project will provide healthy
                food and basic support for the
                organization's camp programs for
Basic Support   disadvantaged children.




                                               Page 105
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year project will provide nursing
                services to children and secondary direct
Basic Support   care staff.
                This 2-year project will provide supplies
                and counseling to underserved Lutheran
                school children and their families.
Basic Support
                This 2-year project will support the cost of
                equipment and other supplies needed to
                help the organization fulfill its mission of
                strengthening families by connecting
Basic Support   parents and children.
                As a partnership of seven Catholic
                parishes in the south St. Louis area, this
                ministry coordinates health and social
                service support for at-risk, isolated elderly
                people. The one-year grant will enable the
                ministry to expand its services to more
Basic Support   than 200 people.
                Both Springfield and St. Louis area
                families will benefit from this two-year
                grant, which will fund staffing, programs
                and resource materials about SIDS. The
                focus in on infant health and safety, SIDS
                research, and counseling for families who
Basic Support   have lost a child from SIDS.
                Counseling, information about women's
                health issues and sexually transmitted
                diseases, and testing referrals to more
                than 26, 000 women, men and teens
                annual is provided through this two-year
                grant. It will provide operational support for
                its nurse and paitent educator positions in
Basic Support   five St. Louis-area health centers.
                Families of inmates will be helped through
                this two-year grant. Food and housing
                assistance, along with assistance in
                getting basic health care services are
                provided through the organization's Jail
                Ministry Outreach, which helps St. Louis-
                area families deal with the impact of a
Basic Support   jailed relative.
                High-risk families in the St. Louis area will
                have access to counseling, mental health
                services and education to reduce the
                instances of child abuse and neglect. The
                two-year grant will assist both parents and
Basic Support   children.
                More than 20,000 residents in the St.
                Louis area will benefit from this two-year
                grant, which funds salaries for nurses who
                provide primary care, health screenings,
                wellness programs and support groups to
                underserved and uninsured residents of all
                ages. The program also partners with the
                local department of health, hospitals,
Basic Support   schools and faith communities.




                                                 Page 106
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                The two-year grant offsets staffing and
                equipment costs to enable the
                continuation of the Access Project, which
                provides education and information to
                health practitioners and the public around
                the state about women's reproductive
Basic Support   health-related issues.
                The two-year grant will fund a LPH-
                Program Coordinator and supplies for
                about 300 clients served by Harris House
                annually. Harris House provides services
                to St. Louis-area homeless adults with a
                dual diagnosis of substance abuse and
Basic Support   mental health issues.
                The two-year grant will support the
                Abraham's Children's Initiative which
                provides training and assistance to health
                advocates in congregations located in
                underserved St. Louis communities. The
                grant will enable the group to provide
                workshops, health fairs and screenings
                that focus on a wide variety of health
Basic Support   issues.
                This Shamrock Substance Abuse
                Treatment Program provides outpatient
                treatment to homeless men and women in
                the St. Louis area who are suffering from
                substance abuse and often dually
                diagnosed mental illness. This two-year
                grant is for operational support to expand
Basic Support   the program.
                This two-year grant funds staffing and
                operational costs of the organization's
                Rights of Passage transitional living
                program. Through its mobile outreach
                efforts, St. Louis-area homeless youth are
                provided with links to health and other
Basic Support   support services.
                This two-year grant supports operational
                expenses associated with distributing food
                to St. Louis-area food pantires. This
                support helps ensure better nutrition for
Basic Support   thousands of area families.
                This two-year grant supports the school's
                Behavioral Therapy program. The school
                serves as a day treatment center for
                students with learning disabilities and
                behavior disorders and servves a six-
Basic Support   county area around St. Louis.

                This two-year grant will enable growth of
                the organization's transitional housing
                program, which provides shelter and
                supportive services to women and children
                who are victims of domestic violence and
Basic Support   who live in the St. Louis area.
                This two-year grant will fund operating
                costs for the Midwest Psychiatry clinic so
                it can expand its services to more of the
                underserved adults in the St. Louis
                metropolitan area who have serious and
Basic Support   persistent mental illnesses.




                                              Page 107
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                This two-year grant will provide staffing for
                Labre Center, a 15-bed residential care
                facility that serves as transitional housing
                for St. Louis-area men who are chronically
                homeless or are dealing with mental
                health issues. The program is designed to
                give patients the necessary skills for
Basic Support   independent living.
                Upgrades to the communications and
                computer systems, along with operational
                expenses, are funded through the two-
                year grant. The program provides
                education and advocacy for residents'
                rights to people living in long-term care,
                their family members and care staff in the
Basic Support   St. Louis metropolitan area.
                Funding allows the organization to
                continue providing transportation to health
                providers for the elderly and disabled in
Basic Support   the City of St. Louis.
                Funding enables the organization to offer
                vision screenings and eyeglasses for
                uninsured, underinsured and underserved
Basic Support   people in metropolitan St. Louis.
                Funding supports costs for staff training as
                part of the organization's operation of a
                care facility for mentally retarded
Basic Support   individuals.
                Funding supports mental health services,
                specifically therapeutic mentoring, offered
                by the organization, which hopes to
                prevent child abuse and neglect and
                serves children and families in 49 Missouri
Basic Support   counties.
                Funding supports the organization's
                aftercare program, which provides up to
                12 months of support for former homeless
                individuals leaving the structured
Basic Support   residential program.
                Funding supports the organization's efforts
                in providing access to oral health services
                for uninsured and underserved individuals
Basic Support   in the St. Louis area.
                This grant covers operational expenses of
                the organization, which works to improve
                maternal, child and family health in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                This grant enables the organization to
                provide counseling, case management
                and education services to homeless
                teenage mothers and their children in the
Basic Support   St. Louis area.
                This grant maintains the organization's
                efforts to provide durable medical
                equipment to uninsured/underinsured
Basic Support   individuals in the St. Louis area.
                This grant provides funding for current
                operational expenses (salaries and
                mileage/transportation) of the
                organization, which provides support and
                education for individuals coping with
Basic Support   addictions.




                                                Page 108
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This grant supports operational expenses
                of the organization, which strives to
                improve the quality of life of people living
Basic Support   with asthma.
                This grant supports operational expenses
                related to the organization's array of
                prevention, early intervention and
                treatment health services for St. Louis-
Basic Support   area youth and families.
                This grant supports salaries, supplies and
                expenses for the Health Therapy Services
                Program, which assists children with
                medical conditions and their families in the
Basic Support   St. Louis area.
                This grant supports the organization's
                transitional housing program, which
                provides residential and support services
                for homeless families in St. Louis City and
Basic Support   County.

                Basic support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing physical
                therapy to St. Louis-area infants and
Basic Support   young children with developmental delays.

                Funding supports two years of salary
                costs for the organization, which provides
                health education, counseling and other
Basic Support   services in the St. Louis metropolitan area.

                Funding through this 2-year basic support
                grant is being used for salaries and office
                equipment purchases for the organization,
                which provides an emergency shelter
                program for battered women and their
Basic Support   children in the St. Louis area.
                Supplies and salary support through this 2-
                year grant help the organization continue
                its Hip Hop Health Initiative, aimed at
                preventing obesity in St. Louis-area
Basic Support   African-American youth.
                The salaries of houseparents are funding
                through this 2-year basic support grant,
                enabling the organization to continue
                providing shelters for homeless, pregnant
Basic Support   women in the St. Louis area.
                The St. Louis-based organization, which
                provides information and services to
                pregnant women, is using the 2-year basic
                support grant to fund salaries and other
                operational costs, including crisis
                counseling, transportation and health-
Basic Support   related financial assistance.
                This 2-year basic support grant allows the
                St. Louis-area organization to continue
                meeting the medical and dental needs for
Basic Support   ex-offenders re-entering the community.




                                               Page 109
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year basic support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                medical supplies, newborn care support
                and pre-natal and post-partum care for
                high-risk pregnant women in the St. Louis
Basic Support   area.
                This 2-year funding enables the
                organization to contiue providing primary
                and preventative health care to uninsured
                and underinsured individuals living in the
Basic Support   St. Louis area.
                This 2-year grant provides salary support
                to the organization, which helps St. Louis-
                area people with mental illnesses to live
Basic Support   independently.
                This basic support grant provides funding
                for health education supplies, infant
                formula and equipment to serve low-
                income, at-risk children in the St. Louis
Basic Support   area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue distributing
                food and providing health screenings to
                senior citizens and the disabled living in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue improving
                diabetes awareness and education in the
Basic Support   St. Louis region.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                audiology services to hearing-impaired
Basic Support   children in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                care and housing for elderly living in the
Basic Support   St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                counseling and mental health services to
                individuals in need and living in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                counseling services to crime and violence
Basic Support   victims in the St. Louis area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                education and assistance to individuals
Basic Support   with epilepsy living in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                education and support services to
                individuals living with HIV/AIDS in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                family assistance, community health and
                maternal child services in the St. Louis
Basic Support   area.




                                               Page 110
                          a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                food and nutritional counseling to people
                living with HIV/AIDS and cancer in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                health care services to underinsured and
                uninsured immigrants and refugees living
Basic Support   in the St. Louis area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                hearing and speech evaluation and
Basic Support   therapy services in the St. Louis area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                housing for families of seriously ill children
Basic Support   hospitalized in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                patient services to individuals with cancer
Basic Support   in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                speech therapy and other audiology
                services to young children in the St. Louis
Basic Support   area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                academic enhancement programs
                promoting health careers for minority and
Basic Support   rural students in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                diagnostic assessments, therapy and
                training for St. Louis-area children and
Basic Support   adults with ADHD.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                drug abuse treatment, counseling and
Basic Support   prevention education in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                foster care, adoption services, counseling,
                advocacy and residential services for
                abused and developmentally disabled
Basic Support   children in the City of St. Louis.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                mental health counseling services to St.
Basic Support   Louis-area families.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                mental health services to survivors of
                torture and war living in the City of St.
Basic Support   Louis.




                                                 Page 111
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing early
                intervention and counseling services for
                St. Louis-area children with visual
                impairments and blindness and their
Basic Support   families.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing primary
                health services to area uninsured and
Basic Support   underinsured.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing services
                to the mentally retarded and
                developmentally disabled and poor living
Basic Support   in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Suport funding enables the
                organization to continue providubg respite
                care and referral services for area children
Basic Support   at risk for child abuse.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                orgainzation to continue providing public
                education, outreach & support programs
Basic Support   for sickle cell awareness.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                education, counseling & crisis intervention
                for victims of sexual abuse & domestic
Basic Support   violence.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing mental
                health services to the area's underserved
Basic Support   population.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                treatment and services to uninsured,
                underinsured and underserved women
                and children affected by co-occuring
Basic Support   disorders.
                MFH's Basic Support funding ensures the
                organization can continue providing
                mental health educational programs
                targeting the underserved and uninsured
Basic Support   in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue gynecological and
                family planning services, sexually
                transmitted disease testing and treatment,
                and male reproductive health care int he
Basic Support   St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue offering mental
                health and rehabilitation services to
                mentally disabled individuals in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                education, support services and medical
                resources to St. Louis area children with
Basic Support   asthma and allergies.




                                               Page 112
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing lead
                poisoning awareness and prevention
Basic Support   programs in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing meal
                delivery and transportation to medical
Basic Support   appoints for St. Louis-area elderly.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing mental,
                emotional and physical health services to
Basic Support   St. Louis area homeless and poor.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue to provide
                reproductive health and pregnancy
                prevention education in poor and rural
Basic Support   communities across the state.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                St. Louis organization to continue
                providing emergency and transitional
                shelter, as well as mental health services
                to the area's homeless and individuals
Basic Support   with mental illness or HIV/AIDS.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                education, support and advocacy for the
                mentally ill and their families in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                recovery services for individuals suffering
Basic Support   from alcoholism and drug abuse.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                residential and support services for the
                mentally ill, including case management,
                assertive community treatment and co-
Basic Support   occurring disorders treatment.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                temporary residential care and aftercare
Basic Support   programs for homeless pregnant women.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                temporary shelter and individual, group
                and family counseling for women and
Basic Support   families affected by domestic abuse.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue proiding
                residential shelter and health care
                services for unwed and expectant
Basic Support   mothers.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                dental hygience education programs for
Basic Support   children.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                early intervention medical and behavioral
Basic Support   care for victims of child abuse and neglect.




                                               Page 113
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                health education, screenings and referrals
                for women and children in the St. Louis
Basic Support   area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                services for those suffering from abuse
Basic Support   and neglect.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization as it provides conseling
                and mental health services for the
                homeless and individuals with co-occuring
Basic Support   disorders and HIV/AIDS.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's free clinic, which
                provides preventative, primary health care
Basic Support   and referrals.
                This grant supports operational costs
                related to the clinic's services, which
                include family planning services,
                counseling and education to women
Basic Support   throughout the county.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                habilitative training to developmentally
Basic Support   disabled adults.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                Franklin County organization to continue
                providing recreational and therapeutic
                horseback riding for people with
Basic Support   disabilities.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                transportation services to medical
                appointments, sheltered workshops, day
Basic Support   programs and therapy in Franklin County.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing wel-
                woman exams and family planning
Basic Support   services.
                This 2-year project continues to support
                the work of this organization, which
                specifically focuses on the health needs of
                individuals with severe physical and
Basic Support   mental disabilities.
                Through this two-year grant, the county's
                reproductive health clinic will provide
                counseling services, education on
                women's and men's reproductive health
                issues, and testing services to low-income
Basic Support   residents of Jefferson County.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                equine-assisted therapy for
                developmentally and physically disabled
                and disadvantaged youth in the St. Louis
Basic Support   area.




                                               Page 114
                          a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                residential and support services for people
                with developmental disabilities living in
Basic Support   Jefferson County.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                specialty medical care to cihldren with
                severe physical and mental disabilities in
Basic Support   Jefferson County.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                educational programs and preventative
                childhood obesity services, such as fitness
Basic Support   and nutrition classes.
                This 2-year project will provide
                transportation services to local residents
                to medical facilities located outside of
                Lincoln County.
Basic Support
                This 2-year project will replace Automated
                External Defibrillators and train staff in
Basic Support   using the new AEDs.
                More than 240 low-income families in St.
                Charles, Lincoln and Warren counties will
                benefit from this two-year grant, which will
                provide prescriptions, medical equipment
                and supplies. This organization provides
                many programs focused on wellness and
                prevention to manage health issues before
Basic Support   they become critical.
                This two-year grant will provide support for
                operational and drug testing costs of a St.
                Charles Circuit Court's drug court,
                focusing on people who have been
                charged with a criminal offense and also
                have a mental health or substance abuse
                problem. The program seeks to break the
                cycle of 'trans-institutionalization' in which
                people with mental health issues are
                incarcerated rather than receive proper
Basic Support   intervention and treatment.
                Funding helps with operational and
                equipment costs for the St. Louis-based
                organization, which provides health care
                and residential services to adults with
Basic Support   disabilities.
                Funding is for staffing so the organization
                can continue to strengthen and enhance
                its physical and occupational therapy
                programs, which serves children with
                developmental disabilities living in St.
Basic Support   Charles.
                This 2-year grant funds operational costs
                of the organization, which provides free
                medical care to uninsured adults in the
Basic Support   northwest St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                treatment to victims of child abuse in St.
Basic Support   Charles County.




                                                 Page 115
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                preventative health services and
                educational programs to people living in
Basic Support   St. Charles area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing tobacco
                prevention education programs for the
                underinsured and impoverished living in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                transportation for impoverished patients
                from rural areas to cities with appropriate
Basic Support   medical facilities.
                MFH's Basic Support enables the
                organization to continue providing dental
                services for children who are uninsured or
Basic Support   under insured.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                therapeutic health and fitness programs
                and athletic events to St. Charles-area
                children who are physically disabled,
Basic Support   visually impaired or hearing impaired.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                St. Louis area organization to continue
                giving peopel with disabilities access to
Basic Support   water-based physical therapy programs.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization's emergency shelter efforts
                for victims of domestic violence and
Basic Support   sexual abuse in the St. Charles area.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing a
Basic Support   free clinic for medical services to the poor.
                This 12-month project is allowing the
                organization to provide medical, vision and
Basic Support   dental care to its residents.
                This 2-year project is providing funding to
                allow the organization's staff to meet
                agency licensure training requirements,
Basic Support   including CPR and First Aid training.

                This 2-year project is supporting the
                Helpline and continuing education services
Basic Support   for the mentally ill and their families.
                This 2-year project is supporting the teen
                MOPS program - providing ongoing
                parenting classes, health care items,
Basic Support   transportation and counseling.
                This 2-year project supports the
                organization, which provides shelter for
                women and children escaping domestic
                violence situations and providing for their
Basic Support   physical and emotional needs.
                This 12-month project will provide the
                organization with medication and other
                supplies for people with disabilities and
Basic Support   their families.




                                                Page 116
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year project will allow the
                organization to provde mental health and
                support to additional uninsured New
Basic Support   Americans.
                This 2-year project will help the
                organization with expenses related to its
Basic Support   early intervention program for children.
                This 2-year project will increase access to
                health care for uninsured and
Basic Support   underinsured people with disabilities.
                This 2-year project will provide basic
                support for the organization's children' s
Basic Support   health program.
                This 2-year project will provide care for
                non-ambulatory, medically fragile children
                with multiple and significant developmental
Basic Support   disabilities.
                This 2-year project will provide funding
                essential to the organization's operation
Basic Support   and management.
                This 2-year project will provide funding to
                support the organization's counseling
Basic Support   program.

                This 2-year project will provide
                occupational therapy equipment and basic
                support to the organization, which serves
Basic Support   children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
                Improving and updating the infrastructure
                of three successful NCADA programs is
                the focus of this two-year grant. Monies
                will be used to update computers, the
                telephone system, and other
                equipment/supplies so that existing funds
                continue to provide direct program delivery
                to clients dealing with substance/drug
Basic Support   abuse problems in the St. Louis area.
                Support for the on-site children's clinic is
                provided by this two-year grant. Clinic
                staff coordinate care for residential and
                outpatient services, including medical
                exams, psychiatric consultations,
                pharmacy coordination, referrals and
                transportation for children dealing with
                physical and sexual abuse, neglect, and
Basic Support   other mental/emotional disorders.

                The two-year grant will support the
                school's pediatric therapy services for
                children from birth to age 6. The services
                provide year-round physical, occupational,
                speech, play and developmental therapy
                to about 160 children with special needs in
Basic Support   the St. Louis metropolitan area.
                This organization's two-year grant
                provides medical supplies not covered by
                insurance for cancer patients in the St.
                Louis area, in order to improve their
                quality of life. The program serves about
Basic Support   200 people per year.




                                               Page 117
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                Funding allows the organization to provide
                early intervention and care for infants and
                young children in the St. Louis area
Basic Support   affected by abuse and neglect.
                Funding is for equipment and operational
                costs for the organization, which increases
                public awareness of brain injuries through
                education and provides recreational and
                support services to individuals and
Basic Support   families.
                Funding supports operational costs
                (salaries, equipment and supplies) to
                provide information/care consultation,
                education and other outreach services to
Basic Support   individuals in southeast Missouri.
                This grant covers gasoline and oil
                expenses needed to maintain the
                organization's medical air transport (MAT)
Basic Support   service.
                This grant provides for operation costs
                (salaries and supplies) related to the
                organization's screening program for
                kidney disease among lower income,
Basic Support   uninsured and underinsured people.
                This grant supports costs with the
                organization's Consumer Directed
                Services/Independent Living Services
                program, in order to empower disabled
Basic Support   individuals live independently.
                This grant supports operational costs of
                the organization, which provides no-cost
                diabetes awareness programs and
                screening services to high-risk seniors in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                This grant supports operational costs
                related to conducting support groups for
                persons in the St. Louis area dealing with
Basic Support   cancer.
                Funding enables the organization to
                continue providing health care, day
                habilitation, respite care and other
                services to children and adults with
                physical and developmental disabilities in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                Funding offsets two years of salary costs
                of the organization, which works to
                prevent child abuse and neglect in the St.
                Louis area through cost-free ocunseling
Basic Support   and education.
                Funding provides salary support and the
                replacement of office equipment for the
                organization, which works to help St. Louis-
Basic Support   area seniors live independently.
                This 2-year basic support grant funds staff
                salaries for the St. Louis-area foster care
                organization which provides residential
                and community-based programs to
Basic Support   children and families.




                                               Page 118
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year grant funds salaries for the
                organization, which provides support
                services to grieving children in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                This 2-year grant offsets salary and supply
                costs to the organization, which serves
                uninsured and underinsured St. Louis-area
Basic Support   women with breast cancer.
                This 2-year grant provides salary support
                to the organization, which assists veterans
                with spinal cord injuries who are living in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                This 2-year ufnding enables the St. Louis-
                based center to continue providing early
                childhood education, health referrals and
                other services to children and their
Basic Support   families.

                This basic support grant enables the
                organization to replace kitchen equipment
                used to deliver meals and other services
Basic Support   to 26 St. Louis-area senior centers.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                community services, public education and
Basic Support   support to individuals with liver disease.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                counseling services to at-risk youth and
Basic Support   families.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                home-based programs focusing on
                education, health care and positive
Basic Support   parenting skills to new parents.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                ophthalmology services to those in need in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                residential treatment for children with
                severe emotional and behavioral disorders
Basic Support   living in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                training to caregivers of people in the St.
                Louis area with memory loss, dementia or
Basic Support   Alzheimer's disease.
                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                drug abuse prevention education in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                medical and mental health services to
Basic Support   children and adults in central Missouri.




                                              Page 119
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                medical care, education and services to
                multiple sclerosis patients living in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding supports the
                organization so it can continue providing
                physical therapy services to St. Louis-area
Basic Support   uninsured and underinsured people.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing mental
                health treatment and counseling in the St.
Basic Support   Louis metropolitan area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing special
                medical equipment to disabled and
Basic Support   handicapped children in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing support
                services for St. Louis-area cancer patients
Basic Support   and their families.
                MFH's Basic Support enables the
                organization to continue providing support
                services to lupus sufferers and
Basic Support   educational programs for the community.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                orgainzation to continue providing crisis
                intervention and services for St. Louis-
Basic Support   area child abuse victims through age 12.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing mental
                health services and support programs to
Basic Support   the area's economically poor.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                therapeutic and educational autism
                services to the underserved population in
Basic Support   St. Louis.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organiztaion to continue providing food
Basic Support   and nutrition services to the area needy.
                MFH's Basic Support funding ensures the
                organization can continue promoting
                health and quality of life for people with
                disabilities through therapeutic horseback
Basic Support   riding.
                MFH's Basic Support grant enables the
                organization to continue providing
                respite/residential/hospice care to
Basic Support   handicapped infants & young children.
                Through MFH's Basic Support program,
                funding enables the organization to
                continue providing mental health services
Basic Support   to St. Louis-area indigent.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                counseling to St. Louis area families
Basic Support   affected by SIDS.




                                                Page 120
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing early
                childhood services to St. Louis-area
                children with autism, Down Syndrome,
                cerebral palsy and other developmental
Basic Support   disorders.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing meals,
                health screenings, transportation and
                other services to low-income elderly in the
Basic Support   St. Louis area.

                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing medical
                programs, nutritional counseling and AIDS
Basic Support   prevention education in the St. Louis area.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing St.
                Louis area child victims of abuse and
Basic Support   neglect with shelter and services.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing St.
                Louis-area school-age children with dental
Basic Support   services.
                MFH's Basic Support funding enables the
                organization to continue providing
                substance abuse programs, referral
                services, and education and awareness
Basic Support   programs in the St. Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering Meals
                on Wheels and transportation services for
Basic Support   the elderly.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                preventative child abuse and neglect
Basic Support   services including therapy and referrals.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                school-based counseling and referrals for
Basic Support   St. Louis-area elementary school children.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                support groups, exercise classes and
                educational programs for cancer patients
Basic Support   and their families.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing an
                emergency help center and food patnry for
                low-income individuals in the St. Louis
Basic Support   area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                comprehensive patient services including
                scheduling of treatment appointments and
Basic Support   air transportation for those in need.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing
                short-term residential treatment for those
Basic Support   affected by child abuse.




                                               Page 121
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the St. Louis-area organization to continue
                providing a drop-in center for abused and
                battered women, with services ranging
Basic Support   from support to crisis intervention.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the center in providing services for
Basic Support   grieving St. Louis-area children.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the center's efforts to provide physical
                training and services for persons with
Basic Support   head injuries.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effors to provide
                educational and therapeutic services for
Basic Support   children with disabilities.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to provide
                counseling, emergency shelter and critical
                services for adults and children impacted
Basic Support   by domestic violence.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide a 24-
                hour help line for information, referrals,
                respite care assistance and education for
                persons with Alzheimer's and their
Basic Support   families.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide
                psychotherapy and counseling services in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's food pantry operations
                for low-income families in the St. Louis
Basic Support   aea.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's work in securing
                donated medical and surgical care for
                uninsured and underinsured breast cancer
Basic Support   patients.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's work providing
                education, information and referral
Basic Support   services for brain injury patients.
                Thist wo-year grant provides shelter,
                counseling and support services for area
                domestic violence and sexual assault
                victims and their children. Many of those
                using these services have health-related
                issues, but have little or no access to
Basic Support   insurance or other medical help.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables
                the organization to continue offering
                emergency shepter, counseling,
                substance abuse meetings and child care
                services for those affected by domestic
Basic Support   and sexual abuse.




                                               Page 122
                                  a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                         This three-year grant enables the
                         organization to create a new health center
                         for low-income, uninsured and
                         underinsured residents for Franklin,
Expanding Primary Care   Lincoln, Franklin, St. Charles and Warren
Access                   counties.
                         Funding for the 18-month grant comes
                         through MFH's Healthy & Active
                         Communities Initiative. The grant
                         supports actions to reduce disparities by
                         increasing access to healthy eating and
Healthy & Active         physical activities choices for community
Communities              members.

                         This grant funds an assessment of obesity
                         prevention activities being conducted in
                         three north St. Louis neighborhoods.
Healthy & Active         Funding comes through MFH's Healthy &
Communities              Active Communitities Initiative.
                         As part of MFH's Healthy and Active
                         Communities Initiative, this grant funds
                         development of a database of existing
                         policies in Missouri communities that
Healthy & Active         support obesity prevention, and healthy
Communities              activites and nutrition.
                         This 2-year funding supports the
                         organization's Active Living Policy
                         Initiative, which is designed to develop and
                         implement a toolkit for obesity-prevention
                         policies. The project includes needs
                         assessments in four St. Louis-area
Healthy & Active         communities and a report to the
Communities              community.
                         This 2-year grant supports the 'Fit For Life'
                         program, which focuses on nutrition-
                         related interactive classes and seminars at
Healthy & Active         school, field trips and family- and staff-
Communities              friendly physical activity classes.
                         This 2-year grant will fund an after school
                         program that provides organized soccer,
                         regular physical activity and nutrition
Healthy & Active         education to urban children under the
Communities              Health and Active Communities Initiative.
                         This 2-year grant will provide funds for its
                         nutrition and fitness programs, which
                         focus on reaching children through
                         schools, recreation centers and churches
Healthy & Active         under the Health and Active Communities
Communities              Initiative.
                         As part of MFH's Healthy & Active
                         Communities Initiative, this 2-year grant
                         funds continuation of the Garden of Eden
                         program, a collaborative effort with African-
                         American churches and community
                         partners to provide health advisors,
                         nutrition education, exercise classes and
Healthy & Active         the purchase of fresh fruits and
Communities              vegetables.




                                                         Page 123
                            a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                   As part of MFH's Healthy and Active
                   Communities Initiative, this funding
                   enables the organization to offer obesity
                   prevention activities and programs, train
                   area mental health professionals about
                   obesity prevention, and implement
Healthy & Active   worksite policies to promote active
Communities        lifestyles and healthy eating.
                   This 2-year grant funds a 16-week, after-
                   school nutrition/fitness curriculum based
                   on BJC's Fun-tastic Nutrition program in
                   St. Louis-area public and private schools.
Healthy & Active   This is part of MFH's Healthy & Active
Communities        Communities Initiative.
                   This 2-year grant funds implementation of
                   the Healthy Schools program, a
                   nationwide effort to encourage active living
                   and healthy eating. In partnership with
                   nine school districts throughout Missouri,
                   the program develops wellness policies
                   and staff wellness programs, and works to
                   improve vending machine choices. The
Healthy & Active   grant is part of MFH's Healthy and Active
Communities        Communities Initiative.
                   This 2-year grant funds the food pantry's
                   efforts to provide clients with better access
                   to healthier food choices. As part of
                   MFH's Healthy and Active Communities
                   Initiative, the program includes nutrition
                   education, hands-on cooking
                   demonstrations, physcial activity
Healthy & Active   education, organized walking clubs and
Communities        links to fresh fruits and vegetables.
                   This 2-year grant, as part of MFH's
                   Healthy & Active Communities Initiative,
                   supports the start-up of a farmer's market
                   in north St. Louis that offers healthy food,
                   along with free nutrition education,
                   cooking demonstrations, health
Healthy & Active   screenings and bicycles to local residents
Communities        without transportation.
                   This program focuses is on walking for
                   recreation and transportation for older
                   adults. Components include developing
                   walking kits, maps, step programs and the
                   consumption of healthy foods. The 2-year
Healthy & Active   grant is part of MFH's Healthy and Active
Communities        Communities Initiative.
                   Through a 2-year grant as part of MFH's
                   Healthy and Active Communities Initiative,
                   the club is focusing youngsters on
                   behaviors that promote healthy eating,
                   increase physical activity and encourage
                   personal goal setting. A weight
Healthy & Active   management program is in collaboration
Communities        with St. Louis Children's Hospital.




                                                   Page 124
                            a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                   The 'Get Healthy and Active Desoto'
                   program is in collaboration with the
                   DeSoto School District to implement
                   school-based programs to improve eating
                   habits and physical activity for 3rd graders
                   and school district staff. The 2-year grant,
                   part of MFH's Healthy & Active
                   Communities Initiative, also supports
Healthy & Active   development of a county-wide physical
Communities        activity and nutrition coalition.
                   In partnership with Barnes-Jewish St.
                   Peters Hospital, the 'Walk & Roll' program
                   focuses on increasing physical activity for
                   adults primarily through worksite
                   programs. This 2-year grant is part of
Healthy & Active   MFH's Healthy & Active Communities
Communities        Initiative.
                   This 2-year grant is to implement its Hip
                   Hop Health program, which provides
                   nutrition and physical education program
Healthy & Active   to school aged children under the Health
Communities        and Active Communities Initiative.
                   This 2-year grant would implement a
                   media literacy and advocacy program
                   designed to produce healthy behavior in
Healthy & Active   students and the community under the
Communities        Health and Active Communities Initiative.
                   This 3-year grant will help to teach mature
                   adults how to be physically active under
Healthy & Active   the Healthy and Active Communities
Communities        Initiative.
                   Funding helps efforts to improve meal
                   choices by connecting child care providers
                   with local farmer's markets. This 3-year
Healthy & Active   grant comes through MFH's Healthy &
Communities        Active Communities Initiative.
                   Healthy Eating with Local Produce (HELP)
                   Project: Funded through MFH's Healthy &
                   Active Communities Initiative, this 3-year
                   grant funds the 'Healthy Eating with Local
                   Produce' project in the Maplewood-
                   Richmond Heights school district. Kitchen
                   staff are using the produce from the
                   school gardens in their meals; teachers
                   are incorporating nutrition and exercise
Healthy & Active   programs into the health, science and
Communities        physical education courses.
                   This 3-year grant helps the 'Plant, Eat and
                   Play DeSoto' program, which increases
                   the availability of fruits and begetables by
                   planting community gardens. Funding
Healthy & Active   comes through MFH's Healthy & Active
Communities        Communities Initiative.
                   Funded through MFH's Healthy & Active
                   Communities Initiative, this grant expands
                   the 'Active and Healthy Scott County
                   Central' school-based project. The goal is
                   to increase opportunities for physical
                   fitness and access to healthier food, as
Healthy & Active   well as literacy about the topic, in rural
Communities        schools across the Bootheel.




                                                  Page 125
                            a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                   Funded through MFH's Healthy & Active
                   Communities Initiative, this grant funds
                   replication of the 'Hip Hop for Health'
                   program in three new St. Louis-area
                   middle school. The program takes the
                   place of one physical education class per
                   week and provides a color coding system
Healthy & Active   in the lunch room to help students identify
Communities        healthier food choices.
                   Funded through MFH's Healthy & Active
                   Communities Initiative, this grant further
                   develops the organization's efforts to
                   blend physical activity and nutrition
Healthy & Active   education for St. Louis-area children ages
Communities        8-11.
                   Funded through MFH's Healthy & Active
                   Communities Initiative, this grant supports
                   efforts to sustain physical activity and
                   nutrition behavior changes in older adults
                   living in the St. Louis area. The 'Healthy
                   Life Project' includes training additional
                   volunteer staff to reach out to more low-
Healthy & Active   income and ethnically diverse older adults,
Communities        to ensure sustainability and replication.
                   Funded through MFH's Health and Active
                   Communities Initiative, this 3-year grant
                   supports the Healthy Schools Program, to
                   create healthier school environments that
                   promote physical activity and healthy
                   eating for students and staff through
Healthy & Active   creating and implementing policies and
Communities        practices.

                   Funding supports expansion of 'Take
                   Charge,' a program which addresses
                   obesity in adults with serious mental
Healthy & Active   illness. The 3-year grant is through MFH's
Communities        Healthy & Active Communities Initiative.
                   Funding supports the 'Healthy Life
                   Project,' a program to improve physical
                   activity and nutrition habits in seniors. The
Healthy & Active   2-year grant comes through MFH's
Communities        Healthy & Active Communities Initiative.
                   This 3-year grant enables the organization
                   to train 80 after-school educators to
                   provide fitness activities to St. Louis area
                   schoolchildren. Funding comes through
Healthy & Active   MFH's Healthy & Active Communities
Communities        Initiative.
                   With this 3-year grant, the organization
                   can further develop its weekly farmer's
                   market, by recruting more vendors and
Healthy & Active   adding children's activities to encourage
Communities        community participation.
                   The 3-year grant supports the
                   development of community obesity
                   prevention plans that focus on area school
Healthy & Active   and community environments and
Communities        wellness policies.




                                                   Page 126
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                       With this 3-year grant, the organization is
                       supporting a social marketing campaign,
                       through the Ten Toes Express program, to
Healthy & Active       increase walking in senior in St. Louis
Communities            region.
                       This 2-year grant funds the training of teen
                       mentors using the Teens Against Tobacco
                       Use (TATU) program who then will
                       enducate 500 elementary students in
                       Franklin county about the dangers of
                       tobacco use. This funding is part of
Tobacco Prevention &   MFH's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation Initiative   Initiative. Grant:
                       Regional
                       American Lung Association - 04-0640-TR-
                       04

                       About 12,000 St. Louis-area students will
                       be touched through this two-year
                       community grant, and the implementation
                       of the Teens Against Tobacco Use
                       program. Trained high school students
                       will present lessons to elementary
                       students that discourage tobacco use,
Tobacco Prevention &   promote non-smoking campaigns and
Cessation Initiative   advocate for smoke-free establishments.

                       The Teens Against Tobacco Use program
                       is being presented in 10 St. Louis City
                       public schools, and is educating more than
                       5,200 elementary school children about
                       the dangers of tobacco use. This is a 2-
Tobacco Prevention &   year grant through MFH's Tobacco
Cessation Initiative   Prevention and Cessation Initiative.
                       As part of MFH's Tobacco Prevention and
                       Cessation Initiative, this 2-year grant
                       enables the church to implement the
                       Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU)
                       program in two middle schools, reaching
                       800 students with an anti-tobacco
Tobacco Prevention &   message and advocating for smoke-free
Cessation Initiative   environments.
                       This 3-year grant expands access to the
                       Teens Against Tobacco Use program to
                       14,000+ students in St. Louis-area
                       schools. Funding comes through MFH's
Tobacco Prevention &   Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation Initiative   Initiative (TPCI).
                       Regional Grant
                       American Lung Association - 04-0640-TR-
                       04

                       The Heart Department will implement
                       three American Lung Association-created
                       programs to help adults kick the smoking
                       habit and to encourage children to not use
                       tobacco products. The two-year grant
                       also funds a billboard campaign to warn
Tobacco Prevention &   about the dangers of smoking and
Cessation Initiative   highlight area cessation resources.




                                                      Page 127
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                       This 2-year grant is part of MFH's
                       Tobacco Preventiong and Cessation
                       Initiative, and funds training of high school
                       students who then make presentations
                       about the dangers of tobacco to 3,000
Tobacco Prevention &   third and fourth grade students in four
Cessation Initiative   county school districts.
                       This two-year grant implements smoking
Tobacco Prevention &   cessation programs in 45 worksites in St.
Cessation Initiative   Louis County.
                       This 2-year grant, made through MFH's
                       Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
                       Initiative, allows the organization to train
                       teens in 12 St. Louis area high schools to
                       become tobacco use prevention teachers
                       to elementary school students by use of
Tobacco Prevention &   the Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU)
Cessation Initiative   program.
                       This grant enables the Center for Tobaco
                       and Policy Research to evaluate the
                       effectiveness of grants made through
Tobacco Prevention &   MFH's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation Initiative   Initiative.
                       This two-year funding is for an external
                       evaluation of the effectiveness of MFH's
Tobacco Prevention &   Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation Initiative   Initiative.
Tobacco Prevention &   Funding supports evaluation of Year 4 of
Cessation Initiative   the MFH intiative and its grantees.
                       This grant enables the Center for Tobaco
                       and Policy Research to evaluate the
                       effectiveness of grants made through
Tobacco Prevention &   MFH's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation Initiative   Initiative.
                       This one-year grant supports evaluation of
                       MFH's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
                       Initiative (TPCI), to determine
                       effectiveness of the grant program and to
Tobacco Prevention &   increase the evaluation capacity of the
Cessation Initiative   initiative's grantees.
                       Building Missouri's Capacity to Reduce
                       Tobacco Use: Goal is to implement
                       workplace and school based programs, as
                       well as increase the tax on tobacco
                       products. This 3-year project is working to
                       increase the tax on tobacco products,
                       build adult smoking cessation programs,
                       reduce exposure to second-hand smoke in
                       the workplace and develop school-based
Tobacco Prevention &   tobacco prevention programs.
Cessation Initiative
                       Through MFH's Tobacco Prevention and
                       Cessation Initiative, this grant supports
                       creating of a St. Louis-area coalition to
                       improve the community's general health
Tobacco Prevention &   through education, advocacy, and
Cessation Initiative   ultimately smoke-free policy change.




                                                       Page 128
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                            This one-year grant enables the
                            organization to continue expanding
                            community education and advocacy efforts
                            to reduce tobacco use in the St. Louis
                            area. This fuding comes through MFH's
Tobacco Prevention &        Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation Initiative        Initiative.

                            Funded through MFH's Tobacco
                            Prevention and Cessation Initiative, this
                            assessment looks at the effects of tobacco
                            use and secondhand smoke exposure on
Tobacco Prevention &        pregnant women and women with young
Cessation Initiative        children in the St. Louis area.
                            Part of MFH's Tobacco Prevention and
                            Cessation Initiative, this grant focuses on
                            predominately African-American
                            neighborhoods in St. Louis to identify
                            factors leading to tobacco use initiation,
                            methods for promoting prevention and
Tobacco Prevention &        cessation, and community factors
Cessation Initiative        contributing to tobacco use.
                            Funded through MFH's Tobacco
                            Prevention and Cessation Initiative, this
                            grant supports assessment of tobacco use
                            among the St. Louis-area Bosnian
Tobacco Prevention &        community, and identifying of smoking
Cessation Initiative        cessation impediments for this group.
                            Funding supports the orgainzation's efforts
Grants for Assessment and   to gather information about a health
Planning                    capacity building program.
Grants for Assessment and   This grant helps the organization
Planning                    strategically plan for the future.
                            This one-year grant funds a health literacy
                            and health behavior assessment of St.
Grants for Assessment and   Louis-area patients currently being treated
Planning                    for one or more chronic diseases.
                            This one-year grant funds an assessment
                            of issues related to improving health for
Grants for Assessment and   women, children and families in the St.
Planning                    Louis area.
                            This one-year grant funds development of
                            a series of 'Healthy Eating and Physical
                            Activity Reports' to help community groups
                            and organizations to advocate for equal
Grants for Assessment and   access to opportunities to engage in
Planning                    health behaviors.
                            This one-year grant funds the Missouri
                            Tobacco Control Assessment Project to
Grants for Assessment and   determine future activities related to
Planning                    reducing tobacco use in the state.
                            This 5-month grant is being utilized to
General Support for         continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy                    organization.
                            This 6-month grant is being utilized to
General Support for         continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy                    organization.
                            This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for         continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy                    organization.




                                                          Page 129
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                      This 3-month project included information
                      sharing to individuals on the Association's
                      email list and to the St. Louis Post-
General Support for   Dispatch editorial writers. A parity brief
Advocacy              was also provided for volunteers.
                      This 8-month grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.



                                                     Page 130
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   support the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This 12-month grant will provide care and
                      support to individuals, families, care
General Support for   partners, and advocates for research and
Advocacy              enhanced care and support.
                      This 3-year project is dedicated to
                      improving the quality of life for those
General Support for   affected by ALS, educating the community
Advocacy              and supporting research.
                      Funding through this General Support for
                      Advocacy grant supports the statewide,
                      non-partisan organization's efforts to
                      inform the public about Missouri's
General Support for   budgetary and fiscal policy options, as
Advocacy              they impact health care services.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to continue
                      working to educate Missourians on critical
                      health care public policy issues facing the
                      state and to give Missourians the
General Support for   information and advocacy skills to address
Advocacy              these policy issues.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to improve
                      collaborations in the St. Louis area in
General Support for   support of health care reform that helps
Advocacy              the uninsured and underinsured.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to work to shape
General Support for   public policy that positively impacts the
Advocacy              health of Missouri children.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      focuses on the organization's efforts to
General Support for   preserve and protect Medicaid and MC+
Advocacy              programs for low-income Missourians.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      funds training of the organization's faith-
General Support for   based member groups to advocate for
Advocacy              positive health policy.
                      With this General Support for Advocacy
                      grant, the organization is working to
General Support for   advance mental health awareness in the
Advocacy              St. Louis metropolitan area.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to continue
                      advocating for children's needs and
General Support for   generating information and assessments
Advocacy              of community needs related to children.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      supports the organization's efforts to offer
                      housing options for and advocate on
General Support for   behalf of the St. Louis-area HIV-affected
Advocacy              population.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      helps the organization continue working to
General Support for   advance mental health issues and
Advocacy              awareness in the St. Louis area.




                                                     Page 131
                               a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the faith-based organization to
                      continue working to empower the poor and
General Support for   working class to promote positive health
Advocacy              policy.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to advocate for
                      the rights and well-being of all Missouri's
General Support for   children, especially those with the greatest
Advocacy              need.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to continue
                      efforts to ensure that low-income
                      Missourians obtain health coverage
                      through the Medicaid and MC+ programs,
General Support for   and that Medicaid is preserved and
Advocacy              protected Medicaid.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to continue its
General Support for   work to achieve economic justice and
Advocacy              lasting social change.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      helps the organization continue educating
                      Missourians on critical public policy issues
                      facing the state and to give Missourians
General Support for   the information and advocacy skills to
Advocacy              address these issues.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      helps this statewide non-partisan
                      organization inform the public about
                      Missouri budget and fiscal policy issues in
General Support for   order to improve the health care and
Advocacy              poverty safety nets.
                      This one-year grant is being utilized to
General Support for   continue the health policy work of the
Advocacy              organization.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grants
                      enables the organization to continue
                      efforts to empower people with disabilities,
                      and support improved health care policies
                      on Medicaid eligibility, prescription drug
General Support for   coverage, SCHIP, and home- and
Advocacy              community-based services.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      enables the organization to continue
                      providing residential services to individuals
General Support for   needing 24-hour oversight and to continue
Advocacy              legislative advocacy efforts.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      helps the organization continue assisting
                      people with disabilities to live and work
General Support for   with dignity, and to advocate on their
Advocacy              behalf.
                      This General Support for Advocacy grant
                      supports the organization's efforts to help
                      children and adults with autism and their
                      families by providing support, training, and
                      educational services, as well as work for
General Support for   state and federal public policies that
Advocacy              benefit this population.




                                                      Page 132
                                      a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                            This General Support for Advocacy grant
                            supports the organization's efforts to
General Support for         improve the quality of life for those
Advocacy                    affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
                            This General Support for Advocacy grant
                            supports the organization's efforts to
                            promote access to affordable health care
                            by encouraging improved quality and
General Support for         efficiency of health care delivery to the
Advocacy                    general public.
                            This General Support for Advocacy grants
                            helps the organization provide wellness
                            and empowerment programs to individuals
                            and their families challenged by MS, and
                            to advocate for improved heallth care
General Support for         access, long-term care and disability
Advocacy                    rights.
                            This General Support for Advocacy grant
                            helps the organization continue providing
                            services and support to people with
General Support for         developmental disabilities and their
Advocacy                    families in the St. Louis region.
                            This General Support for Advocacy grant
                            supports the organization's efforts to
                            ensure service and health access to the
General Support for         frail and elderly, regardless of the racial or
Advocacy                    ethnic origin.
                            This General Support for Advocacy grants
                            helps Epworth continue educating
                            legislators, constituents and the public on
General Support for         health-related issues that affect at-risk
Advocacy                    youth and families.

                            Funding supports the organization's efforts
                            to work with in collaborating with other
                            partners on a campaign to maintain health
                            care coverage for vulnerable Missourians
                            and to prevent further cutbacks on publicly
Targeted Advocacy Project   funded health coverage.
                            Funding supports the organization's work
                            to develop sound public policies related to
                            children's health services, early care and
Targeted Advocacy Project   after-school programs.
                            Funding supports the coalition's efforts on
                            behalf of the disability community to
                            increase its capacity and effectiveness,
                            develop recommendations related to the
                            new state health care safety net, and
                            provide a voice in the related public policy
Targeted Advocacy Project   decisions.
                            This Targeted Advocacy Project grant
                            facilitates the establishment of the Faith
                            Based Coalition for Health Care Access.
                            which focuses on SCHIP-related health
                            care issues and access to health care in
Targeted Advocacy Project   Missouri.
                            Funding supports the organization's
                            continuing efforts to advocate for
                            affordable, adequate health care for all
Targeted Advocacy Project   Missourians.




                                                             Page 133
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                            Funding supports the alliance's efforts to
                            integrate advocacy efforts throughout the
                            state, in order to better impact public
                            policy that affects mental health services
                            and expands the existing network of
                            mental health advocates to include new
Targeted Advocacy Project   'Partners in Crisis.'
                            As part of MFH's Chronic Care-Better Self-
                            Management of Diabetes program, this 3-
                            year effort expands the center's services
                            in helping clients address diabetes issues.
                            The program hopes to reach more than
                            2,000 St. Louis-area clients who have
Chronic Care                been diagnosed with diabetes.
                            This 3-year grant funds a newly proposed
                            Diabetes Network of St. Louis to help
                            community-based organizations develop
                            and maintain effective programs for clients
                            dealing with diabetes. The program
                            targets 450 patients and is funded through
                            MFH's Chronic Care-Better Self-
Chronic Care                Management of Diabetes program.
                            This 3-year grant is designed to reduce
                            the complications from type 2 diabetes for
                            St. Louis-area patients who have been
                            diagnosed with the disease. The program
                            is funded through MFH's Chronic Care-
                            Better Self-Management of Diabetes
Chronic Care                program.
                            This 3-year grant supports the hsopital's
                            'Take Control' program, which provides
                            education, ongoing coaching,
                            assessments and more for patients
                            dealing with diabetes. The program
                            pargets 1,950 patients over 3 years. It is
                            funded through MFH's Chronic Care-
                            Better Self-Management of Diabetes
Chronic Care                program.
                            This 3-year grant helps the health care
                            facility expand its asthma management
                            program to more underserved families and
                            children in the area. Funding comes
                            through MFH's Chronic Care-Childhood
                            Asthma Linkages in Missouri (CALM)
Chronic Care                program.
                            Funding provides coordinated asthma
                            interventions in the east central Missouri
                            district's six public and one local parochial
                            school, where more than 10% of the
                            students already have asthma. The 5-
                            year grant comes through MFH's Chronic
                            Care-Childhood Asthma Linkages in
Chronic Care                Missouri (CALM) program.

                            This grant is funded through MFH's Better
                            Self-Management of Diabetes priority area
                            grant program. This grant enables the
                            university's School of Medicine to evaluate
                            the effective of MFH's funding program, as
Chronic Care                well as the eight approved grantees.




                                                            Page 134
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                          The university serves as the evaluator of
                          the effectiveness of and outcomes from
                          MFH's Better Self-Management of
                          Diabetes (BSMOD) funding program and
Chronic Care              its grantees' programs.
                          The organization's 'Chasing Away Decay'
                          program provides sealants for 1,400
                          students in grades 2-6 attending Catholic
                          elementary schools in St. Louis City, St.
Oral Health               Louis County and Jefferson County.
                          This four-year grant focuses on improving
                          access to dental sealants & oral health
                          education for underinsured/uninsured
                          children in 10 rural school districts in
                          Franklin County. Parents also receive oral
                          health educational materials. This funding
                          is through MFH's Smiles Across Greater
Oral Health               Missouri program.
                          This grant improves access to dental
                          sealant services for 2,400 uninsured
                          elementary school children in seven public
                          school districts in the St. Louis
                          City/County area, along with dental
                          education to thousands of students and
Oral Health               their parents.
                          The 2-year grant enables the church to
                          hire a parish nurse and establish a health
                          team of volunteers and medical
                          professionals to provide services to
                          congregation members. Funding comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.

                          The 2-year grant funds transportation to
                          medical appointments for area low-income
                          elderly living independently. Funding
Health Interventions in   comes through MFH's Health Interventions
NonTraditional Settings   in Non-Traditional Settings program.
                          The 2-year grant supports health
                          education and exercise programs for
                          church members and the nearby
                          community. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.
                          This 2-year grant helps fund individual and
                          group therapy sessions for women dealing
                          with emotional and mental issues.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   program.

                          The 2-year grant supports expansion of a
                          program to promote physical, emotional
                          and spiritual wellness among senior
                          adults. The expansion includes 10
                          churches in the St. Louis area. It is funded
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.




                                                         Page 135
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                          This 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to coordinate health services for residents
                          in St. Louis' College Hill neighborhood.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to expand a clergy training program in
                          reproductive loss counseling to five
                          additional communities -- Cape Girardeau,
                          Clumbia, Kirksville, Springfield and St.
                          Louis. It is funded through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.

                          This 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to help St. Louis-area clients connect with
                          medical care and services not covered
                          under Medicaid. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.

                          This 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to support famers markets and provide
                          fresh food to emergency food providers
                          serving low-income neighborhoods in the
                          City of St. Louis. It is funded through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to train St. Louis area church youth
                          leaders in mental health first aid practices
                          and critical incident stress debriefing. It is
                          funded through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant enables the St. Louis
                          church to create a parish nurse program
                          that provides assistance with food and
                          medication expenses. Funding comes
                          through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
Health Interventions in   Traditional Settings (HINTS) priority area
NonTraditional Settings   grant program.
                          This 2-year grant enables the St. Louis-
                          area domestic violence shelter to address
                          the physical and mental health of its
                          clients by adding a parish nurse
                          component. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant establishes a parish
                          nurse program to assess the St. Louis-
                          area church population's health needs. It
                          is funded through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant expands the 'First Step'
                          program to include 18-25-year-olds in St.
                          Louis recovering from substance abuse.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.




                                                          Page 136
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                          This 2-year grant expands the
                          organization's classes and workshops for
                          teen parents in the St. Louis metropolitan
                          area. Funding comes through MFH's
Health Interventions in   Health Interventions in Non-Traditional
NonTraditional Settings   Settings (HINTS) program.

                          This 2-year grant expands the
                          organization's dental program to 300
                          additional low-income, underserved youth
                          in the St. Louis area. Funding comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant expands the St. Louis
                          church's parish nurse program to an
                          additional 300 people in the community.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant expands the St. Louis-
                          area church's parish nurse program to
                          include more health promotion and illness
                          prevention activities, and to reach out to
                          isolated community members. Funding
                          comes through MFH's Health Interventions
Health Interventions in   in Non-Traditional Settings (HINTS)
NonTraditional Settings   program.
                          This 2-year grant focuses on helping at-
                          risk youth in the St. Louis area receive
                          professional help for emotional, mental
                          health, peer pressure and lonliness
                          issues. It is funded through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant funds health
                          assessments, screenings, exercise
                          programs for seniors and immunization
                          opportunities, through the ministry's parish
                          nurse program. Funding comes through
                          MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
Health Interventions in   Traditional Settings (HINTS) priority area
NonTraditional Settings   grant program.
                          This 2-year grant provides funding to help
                          African refugees and other legal
                          immigrants living in the St. Louis area
                          access needed health care services. It is
                          funded through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant supports a new multi-
                          family prevention program focused on
                          occupational, speech and development
                          needs of at-risk children up to age 3.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.




                                                         Page 137
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                          This 2-year grant supports a parish nurse
                          program to provide health care services to
                          families with children under age 18 living
                          in the City of St. Louis. It is funded
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant supports efforts in
                          underserved St. Louis area churches to
                          improve access to health information and
                          care. Funding comes through MFH's
Health Interventions in   Health Interventions in Non-Traditional
NonTraditional Settings   Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant supports the St. Louis-
                          based organization's clean air program,
                          which works to lessen air pollution and
                          asthma attacks. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grants supports expansion of
                          the 'U-Turn Here Recovery' substance
                          abuse program, which focuses on at-risk
                          children, youth and families in the St.
                          Louis area. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.

                          This 2-year grant funds expansion of the
                          organization's 'Nutrition Awareness
                          Program,' aimed at underserved children
                          and parents, volunteers and caregivers in
                          the St. Louis community. It is funded
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          Funded through MFH's Health
                          Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
                          program, this 2-year grant helps the
Health Interventions in   organization expand its parish nurse
NonTraditional Settings   program.

                          Funding allows for an increase in the
                          number of hours for and programs offfered
                          by the parish nurse at the Feed My People
                          food panty. The 2-year grant comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.
                          The 2-year grant funds the cost of having
                          a parish nurse to provide health education
                          and nutrition services to 1,200 area
                          families. The funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.

                          The 2-year grant helps program individual
                          and group therapy sessions for Spanish-
                          speaking residents in St. Louis and
                          outside the city via a network of available
                          locations throughout the area. Funding
Health Interventions in   comes through MFH's Health Interventions
NonTraditional Settings   in Non-Traditional Settings program.




                                                        Page 138
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                          This 2-year funding helps efforts to teach
                          life skills to teenage mothers so they can
                          be responsible for their health and their
                          children's. The grant comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.
                          This 2-year grant enables women recently
                          released from prison to have access to
                          dental, psychiatric and gynecological
                          services. Funding comes through MFH's
Health Interventions in   Health Interventions in Non-Traditional
NonTraditional Settings   Settings program.

                          This 2-year grant supports a program to
                          improve health care access for area
                          immigants by providing transportation to
                          appointments and volunteers to assist with
                          language/cultural issues. Funding comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.
                          This 2-year grant supports the
                          establishment of a health ministry team in
                          collaboration with several area African-
                          American congregations to focus on
                          overall health and HIV prevention.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   program.
                          With this 2-year grant, the organization
                          can continue providing medication and
                          psychiastric services to those in the 'Back
                          to Health, Back to work' program offered
                          by Saint Louis University and St. Vincent
                          de Paul Catholic Church. The grant comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.
                          With this 2-year grant, the Society is
                          expanding its medical transportation
                          program that serves elderly and disabled
                          clients. Funding comes through MFH's
Health Interventions in   Health Interventions in Non-Traditional
NonTraditional Settings   Settings program.
                          With this 2-year grant, the workshop can
                          provide a dental outreach program to
                          serve its disabled employees. The
                          workshop is located southwest of the St.
                          Louis area. Funding comes through MFH's
Health Interventions in   Health Interventions in Non-Traditional
NonTraditional Settings   Settings program.
                          This 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to provide health services to homebound
                          elderly people living in Jefferson County,
                          south of St. Louis. Funding comes through
                          MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
Health Interventions in   Traditional Settings (HINTS) priority area
NonTraditional Settings   grant program.




                                                        Page 139
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                          Funding allows for increasing the number
                          of visits by the parish nurse to the
                          homebound and elderly, and also provides
                          other health programs, such as the annual
                          Healing Mass, Walk to Jerusalem project
                          and Women's Health event. The 2-year
                          grant comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   program.

                          Funding enables the church to increase
                          the number of hours the parish nurse is
                          available to provide services to adult
                          congreation members. The 2-year grant
Health Interventions in   comes through MFH's Health Interventions
NonTraditional Settings   in Non-Traditional Settings program.
                          Funding supports the parish nurse
                          program, which provides holistic health
                          and disease prevention through health
                          education, screening and counseling
                          programs. For the church, which is south
                          of the St. Louis area, the 2-year grants
Health Interventions in   comes through MFH's Health Interventions
NonTraditional Settings   in Non-Traditional Settings program.

                          The 2-year grant funds a parish nurse
                          program that provides counseling, health
                          screenings and patient referrals to church
                          members and the community. Support
Health Interventions in   comes through MFH's Health Interventions
NonTraditional Settings   in Non-Traditional Settings program.
                          The 2-year grant supports increasing the
                          access to health services for seniors and
                          those with disabilities in Jefferson County
                          so they can continue living at home
                          independently. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.
                          This 2-year grant helps provide healthy
                          lifestyle programs for west St. Louis youth
                          with developmental disabilities and those
                          who support them. Funding comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.
                          This 2-year grant enables area seminary
                          students to learn about healthy behaviors
                          and exercise to both improve their own
                          health and the health of their future
                          congregations. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant expands a St. Louis-
                          based women's program to include health
                          education component that promotes
                          nutrition, exercise and access to regular
                          medical care. Funding comes through
                          MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
Health Interventions in   Traditional Settings (HINTS) priority area
NonTraditional Settings   grant program.




                                                        Page 140
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                          This 2-year grant expands the 'New Parent
                          Support Group' program's efforts to
                          provide information to St. Louis area
                          families about Down Syndrome through
                          doctors' offices, and to train volunteers to
                          help new parents. Funding comes through
Health Interventions in   MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant focuses on improving
                          communication between the health care
                          community and ethnic populations
                          statewide, with a special focus on
                          Bosnians and Russian immigrants.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) priority area grant program.
                          This 2-year grant funds a new 12-week
                          program on healthy eating habits and
                          weight management as part of the St.
                          Louis-area church's parish ministry. It is
                          funded through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant funds the church's
                          parish nurse ministry to provide classes
                          that focus on living with chronic health
                          conditions. This St. Louis-area effort is
                          funded through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   (HINTS) program.
                          This 2-year grant provides free health
                          screenings and health education to older
                          adults living in five St. Louis-area
                          community centers and residential
                          facilities. Funding comes through MFH's
Health Interventions in   Health Interventions in Non-Traditional
NonTraditional Settings   Settings (HINTS) program.

                          This 2-year grant supports programs that
                          provide information, counseling and
                          access to health care for lesbians, gay
                          men and people who are HIV positive in
                          the St. Louis area. Funding comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          The 2-year grant funds a team of parish
                          nurses and volunteers to address the
                          physical, psychological, environmental and
                          spiritual needs of homebound seniors.
                          Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   program.
                          The grant helps provide 24-hour medical
                          oversight of residents and increases the
                          number of daily activities offered. The 2-
                          year funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Interventions in   Interventions in Non-Traditional Settings
NonTraditional Settings   program.




                                                         Page 141
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                          With this 2-year grant, the organization is
                          working to improve the physical condition
                          and safety of the homes of area seniors
                          living independently. Funding comes
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings program.

                          This 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to pay for dental costs for homeless
                          people in Warren County as part of its
                          community assistance efforts. It is funded
Health Interventions in   through MFH's Health Interventions in Non-
NonTraditional Settings   Traditional Settings (HINTS) program.
                          Funding supports development of the
                          Missouri Health Literacy Enhancement
                          Resource Center, as part of MFH's efforts
                          to improve health literacy for all
                          Missourians. SLU's focus is on assuring a
                          common understanding of health literacy
                          challenges among the three Health
Health Literacy           Literacy Resource Centers.
                          Funding supports second-year efforts to
                          develop the Missouri Health Literacy
                          Enhancement Resource Center, as part of
                          MFH's efforts to improve health literacy for
Health Literacy           all Missourians.

                          Funded through MFH's Missouri Health
                          Literacy Enhancement program, this 2-
                          year grant enables 200 ConnectCare
                          clients to work with a health companion
                          planner to learn how to communicate more
Health Literacy           effectively with health care professionals.
                          This 2-year grant comes through MFH's
                          Missouri Health Literacy Enhancement
                          program. The St. Louis organization is
                          working with 150 people currently
                          participating in YMCA programs to assess
                          health literacy levels and common
                          barriers, and then help them increase their
Health Literacy           understanding.
                          Funded through MFH's Missouri Health
                          Literacy Enhancement program, this 2-
                          year grant supports adult education
                          teachers' efforts to provide students with
                          better health literacy and health
Health Literacy           management skills.
                          The 2-year grant enables the organization
                          to help current clients living with HIV-AIDS
                          become more knowledgeable about
                          treatment and disease research. Funding
                          comes through MFH's Missouri Health
Health Literacy           Literacy Enhancement program.
                          Funding helps the St. Louis-based human
                          relations organization improve patient-
                          provider relationships by educating health
                          care professionals so they can better help
                          all patients understand basic health
                          information and services. The 2-year
                          grant comes through MFH's Missouri
Health Literacy           Health Literacy Enhancement program.




                                                         Page 142
                           a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                  This 2-year grant supports the Family
                  Formation Program, which encourages
                  men to be more health literate and
                  proactive in their personal and family
                  health care decisions. Funding for this St.
                  Louis area organization comes through
                  MFH's Missouri Health Literacy
Health Literacy   Enhancement program.
                  Funding supports a joint project with Great
                  mines haelth Center (GMHC) to
                  implement health literacy policy changes
                  at three rural GMHC clinics in Potosi,
                  Farmington and DeSoto. The two-year
                  grant comes through MFH's Health
Health Literacy   Literacy funding program.
                  With this 2-year grant, the organization is
                  helping underserved communities in the
                  St. Louis area improved their health
                  literacy in nutrition, prescription use,
                  physician communication and access to
                  health care. Funding comes through
Health Literacy   MFH's Health Literacy program.
                  With this 2-year grant, the St. Louis
                  organization is funding a new Community
                  Outreach Mothers program, which uses
                  local women from the Bosnian and
                  Hispanic communities to make in-home
                  visits along with nurses. The grant comes
                  through MFH's Health Literacy funding
Health Literacy   program.
                  Funding comes through MFH's Missouri
                  Health Literacy Enhancement program.
                  The 2-year Seed-to-Table project
                  integrates health literacy into the St. Louis
                  area school district's K-8 curriculum
Health Literacy   through a hands-on gardening program.
                  Funded through MFH's Missouri Health
                  Literacy Enhancement program, this 2-
                  year grant enables the district's 'Adult
                  Education and Literacy' program to
                  provide free literacy services to seven St.
Health Literacy   Louis-area school districts.
                  Funded through MFH's Missouri Health
                  Literacy Enhancement program, this 2-
                  year grant supports the Missouri
                  Telehealth Interpretation Project, which
                  provides services for videoconferenced
                  health appointments between health
                  professionals and Missouri patients with
Health Literacy   language barriers.
                  This 2-year grant supports the center's
                  efforts to educate the St. Louis-area
                  Chinese/Asian immigrant community by
                  providing culturally appropriate materials
                  and activities related to health issues.
                  Funding comes through MFH's Missouri
Health Literacy   Health Literacy Enhancement program.




                                                  Page 143
                             a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                    Funding provides for mental health
                    assessments of adults and children who
                    are residents of Doorways, a residental
                    program for people living with HIV/AIDS.
                    The one-year grant comes through MFH's
Mental Health and   Mental health and Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse     program.
                    Funding supports an outreach program to
                    develop collaboratinos with prenatal clinics
                    to help St. Louis are women with
                    substance abuse problems. The 2-year
Mental Health and   grant is made through MFH's Mental
Substance Abuse     Health and Substance Abuse program.
                    This 3-year funding targets St. Louis-area
                    adults who 'fall through the cracks' due to
                    their co-occurring disorders. The grant
                    enables the center to also strengthen
                    collaborative efforts to maximize
Mental Health and   resources, enhance services and better
Substance Abuse     serve dually diagnosed clients.
                    This 3-year program targets homeless
                    women with co-occurring disorders in the
                    St. Louis area. The grant strengthens
                    collaborations with other area mental
                    health service providers to streamline the
                    referral process, provide effective case
                    management services and improve the
Mental Health and   integration of mental health and substance
Substance Abuse     abuse services.
                    As part of MFH's Co-Occurring Disorders
                    priority area grant program, this 3-year
                    funding expands the organization's
                    capacity to provide integrated treatment
                    for people in the St. Louis area dealing
Mental Health and   with both substance abuse and mental
Substance Abuse     health issues.

                    This 2-year grant funds increased services
                    to St. Louis-area low-income, underserved
                    people with both mental health and
                    substance abuse issues. The funding is
Mental Health and   made through MFH's Co-Occurring
Substance Abuse     Disorders priority area grant program.
                    This 2-year grant helps the organization
                    improve its current treatment program and
                    move toward accreditation as a co-
                    occurring treatment enhanced agency.
                    The funding is made through MFH's Co-
                    Occurring Disorders priority area grant
                    program, which targets integrated
                    treatment opportunities for people dealing
Mental Health and   with both mental health and substance
Substance Abuse     abuse issues.
                    This 2-year funding enables the
                    organization to develop collaborative
                    integrated services to individuals dealing
                    with both mental health and substance
                    abuse issues, and lving in this community
                    just south of St. Louis. The funding is
Mental Health and   made through MFH's Co-Occurring
Substance Abuse     Disorders priority area grant program.




                                                   Page 144
                             a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                    This 3-year grant funds implementation of
                    the 'Access to Integrated Treatment'
                    program in St. Charles and Lincoln
                    counties, to help individuals with co-
Mental Health and   occurring disorders, including those
Substance Abuse     involved with the area drug courts.
                    This 3-year grant funds greater access to
                    integrated treatment services for St. Louis-
                    area women dealing with both mental
                    health and substance abuse issues. The
                    funding is made through MFH's Co-
Mental Health and   Occurring Disorders priority area grant
Substance Abuse     program.
                    With this 2-year grant, the organization
                    can continue providing the 'Access to
                    Integrated Treatment' program to
                    individuals in Warren County dealing with
                    both mental health and substance abuse
                    issues, as well as participating in drug
                    courts. The funding is made through
Mental Health and   MFH's Co-Occurring Disorders priority
Substance Abuse     area grant program.
                    This 5-year grant funds evaluation
                    services for MFH's Co-Occurring
                    Disorders Priority Area Grant program.
                    The evaluation will examine the
Mental Health and   effectiveness of the 11 Missouri programs
Substance Abuse     funded in 2006 through this program.
                    This grant supports evaluation efforts of
                    MFH's Co-Occurring Disorders funding
                    program, including review of all program
Mental Health and   grantees and the overall effectiveness of
Substance Abuse     the funding effort.
                    This one-year grant supports evaluation
                    efforts for programs funded during Year 3
                    of MFH's Co-Occuring Disorders (COD)
                    effort. COD is now part of MFH's more
Mental Health and   comprehensive Mental Health and
Substance Abuse     Substance Abuse program.
                    This 3-year grant funds a special program
                    site within the Second Life on-line
                    community, to help youth deal with
                    substance abuse issues via computer
                    classrooms and recreation areas.
Mental Health and   Funding comes through MFH's Mental
Substance Abuse     Health and Substance Abuse program.
                    Funded through MFH's Mental Health and
                    Substance Abuse program, this 3-year
                    grant supports a program to educate
Mental Health and   children of underserved families about
Substance Abuse     underage drinking and its side effects.
                    Funding enables improved collaboration in
                    the St. Louis Public Schools in order to
                    provide mental health services to children
                    in grades K-12 wo are at high risk for
                    school failure or dropping out. The 3-year
Mental Health and   grant comes through MFH's Mental Health
Substance Abuse     and Substance Abuse program.




                                                   Page 145
                             a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                    Funding supports efforts to train school
                    employees and parents to recognize
                    potential signs of suicide. The 3-year grant
Mental Health and   comes through MFH's Mental Health and
Substance Abuse     Substance Abuse program.
                    The 3-year grant supports programs in
                    three high-risk north St. Louis
                    neighborhoods that seek to prevent
                    substance abuse in youth. Funding
Mental Health and   comes through MFH's Mental Health and
Substance Abuse     Substance Abuse program.
                    This 3-year grant helps area adolescents
                    with co-occurring disorders by providing
                    on-site mental health services at two St.
                    Louis clinics. Funding comes through
Mental Health and   MFH's Mental Health and Substance
Substance Abuse     Abuse program.
                    With this 3-year grant, the organization is
                    expanding weekly support groups about
                    suicide prevention to help adolescent and
                    high school students already enrolled in
                    substance abuse treatment programs.
Mental Health and   Funding is through MFH's Mental Health
Substance Abuse     and Substance Abuse program.
                    This 3-year grant supports 180 students in
                    the Meramec Valley School district who
                    can benefit from in-school mental health
                    services. Funding comes through MFH's
Mental Health and   Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse     program.
                    Funding supports the organization's erforts
                    to provide legal services to women victims
                    of violence and increase awareness of the
                    leagl rights of domestic violence victims.
                    The 3-year grant comes through MFH's
                    Women's Health-Violence Against Women
Women's Health      program.
                    The organization is using the 3-year grant
                    to create individualized and consistence
                    services for nearly 100 women and 120
                    children dealing with violence. Funding
                    comes through MFH's Women's Health-
Women's Health      Violence Against Women program.

                    This 3-year grant funds an increase in
                    domestic violence support services, helps
                    repair sleeping rooms for victims and
                    enables the St. Louis-area organization to
                    increase community awareness efforts.
                    Funding comes through MFH's Women's
Women's Health      Health-Violence Against Women program.
                    This 3-year grant supports the
                    organization's efforts to provide crisis
                    intervention, service coordination,
                    group/individual counseling, and education
                    to health professionals. Funding reaches
                    100 victims, 500 prevention education
                    participants and 150 health professionals
                    annually. The grant comes through MFH's
                    Women's Health-Violence Against Women
Women's Health      program.




                                                   Page 146
                            a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                   Funding suports an outreach and
                   education program to increase college and
                   high school student awareness of violence
                   against women, strengthen prevention
                   efforts and promote community change.
                   The 3-year grant comes through MFH's
Women's Health     Women's Health funding effort.

                   This 3-year grant, funded through MFH's
                   Women's Health-Violence Against Women
                   program, provides victims of domestic
                   violence with better access to direct
                   services. The organization is located just
Women's Health     south of the St. Louis metropolitan area.
                   This 3-year grant provides direct services
                   to victims of domestic violence and
                   supports community awareness
                   campaigns to reduce violence. Funding
                   comes through MFH's Women's Health-
Women's Health     Violence Against Women program.
                   This is an emergency grant given to the
                   church's Meals on Wheels and in-home
                   service program. The church was waiting
                   on funds from the City of St. Louis and the
                   state of Missouri, and it would have had to
                   discontinue services to the 750 elderly
                   citizens until the funding came through.
                   MFH provided these funds to keep the
                   center operating until that funding was
Emergency Grants   delivered.
                   This emergency grant supports the
                   organization's efforts to provide nutritional
                   support to men, women and children living
                   with HIV/AIDS or cancer during the
Emergency Grants   summer power outage.
                   This emergency grant is being used for
                   food purchases to assist needy area
Emergency Grants   families during the winter of 2007-2008.
                   This is an emergency grant to the
                   organization to be able to provide health
                   care for 20 individuals until additional
Emergency Grants   funds are obtained.
                   Funding enhances the organization's Fit
Emergency Grants   for Life exercise program.
                   Funding supplies medications to families
                   who affected by a tornado in the Missouri
Emergency Grants   bootheel.
                   Support enables the city to proceed with
                   backlogged requests for assistance for air
                   conditioners, fans, and utility assistance
Emergency Grants   during 2007.
                   Support enables the city to continue filling
                   backlogged requests for assistance for air
Emergency Grants   conditioners, fans, and utility assistance.
                   This is an emergency grant to the Crider
                   Center for repair of a damaged roof. This
                   immediate need was approved in an effort
Emergency Grants   to keep the center operating.




                                                   Page 147
                                   a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                          This emergency grant supports the
                          organization's efforts to provide nutritional
                          support to families during the summer
Emergency Grants          power outage.
                          This one-time grant funds infrastructure
Local Health Department   improvements that help the health
Infrastructure            department better deliver its services.
                          This one-time grant funds infrastructure
                          improvements that help the east central
Local Health Department   Missouri health department better deliver
Infrastructure            its services.
                          This one-time grant funds infrastructure
                          improvements that help the St. Louis-area
Local Health Department   health department better deliver its
Infrastructure            services.
                          This one-time grant funds infrastructure
                          improvements that help the east central
Local Health Department   Missouri health department better deliver
Infrastructure            its services.
                          This one-time grant funds infrastructure
                          improvements that help the St. Louis-area
Local Health Department   health department better deliver its
Infrastructure            services.
                          This one-time grant funds infrastructure
Local Health Department   improvements that help the health
Infrastructure            department better deliver its services.
                          This one-time grant funds infrastructure
                          improvements that help the east central
Local Health Department   Missouri health department better deliver
Infrastructure            its services.

                          Operation Katrina: Requests funding for
                          central intake, referral processing, housing
                          assistance coordination, mental health
                          assessment, employment counseling and
                          residual case management of Hurricane
Operation Katrina         Katrina survivors.
                          Requested funds for medication and
                          equipment necessary for asthma and
                          allergy management for approximately 50
                          children in the St. Louis region displaced
Operation Katrina         by Hurricane Katrina.
                          Requested funds to provide emergency
                          crisis counseling/mental health services
                          and psychiatric medication management
Operation Katrina         for victims of Katrina now in St. Louis.
                          Requested funds to provide Hurricane
                          Katrina families with a resource manual
                          regarding benefits, housing opportunities,
                          education information, domestic violence
                          information, and information for senior
                          citizens available within 21 counties of
Operation Katrina         eastern Missouri.
                          Requested funds to provide therapeutic
                          services to children and families affected
Operation Katrina         by Hurricane Katrina.
                          Requested funding to cover the costs of
                          medical services, prescription
                          medications, and mental health
                          consultation to people impacted by
                          Hurricane Katrina that are currently
Operation Katrina         housed in the St. Louis area.



                                                          Page 148
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                        Funding develops a strategic plan for the
                        organization to improve integration of
Strategic Opportunity   community-based and institutional mental
Funding                 health services in the St. Louis area.
                        Funding supports the university's efforts to
                        better understand how to translate health-
Strategic Opportunity   related reseach into practice within
Funding                 communties.
                        This grant helps the organization better
Strategic Opportunity   serve foster children in the St. Louis
Funding                 metropolitan area.
                        This one-year grant supports training and
Strategic Opportunity   technical assistance programs for the St.
Funding                 Louis area organization.
                        This funding supports development of the
                        Healthy Minds, Healthy Learners, Healthy
                        Schools program, to address the mental
Strategic Opportunity   health needs of youth in Randolph and
Funding                 Boone counties, and the City of St. Louis.
                        Funding provides operational support for
                        the organization's Assertive Community
Strategic Opportunity   Treatment program.
Funding
                        This grant is part of a 5-year funding
                        commitment totalling $4.75 million to
                        support development and implementation
                        of a statewide 2-1-1 system. 2-1-1 links
                        individuals to needed health and human
                        services resources in their communities.
Strategic Opportunity   This is a joint effort of MFH and the United
Funding                 Way of Greater St. Louis.
                        Funding supports development of a
                        strategic plan to improve integration of
                        community-based and institutional mental
Strategic Opportunity   health services in the St. Louis
Funding                 metropolitan area.
                        This grant is part of a 5-year funding
                        commitment totalling $4.75 million to
                        support development and implementation
                        of a statewide 2-1-1 system. 2-1-1 links
                        individuals to needed health and human
                        services resources in their communities.
Strategic Opportunity   This is a joint effort of MFH and the United
Funding                 Way of Greater St. Louis.
                        Funding supports efforts to expand the
                        Asthma Intervention Model (AIM) to three
                        additional St. Louis-area schools, in order
                        to improve treatment opportunites and the
                        links between school nurses, teachers,
Strategic Opportunity   parents, caregivers and the children
Funding                 diagnosed with the disease.
                        This grant is part of a 5-year funding
                        commitment totalling $4.75 million to
                        support development and implementation
                        of a statewide 2-1-1 system. 2-1-1 links
                        individuals to needed health and human
                        services resources in their communities.
Strategic Opportunity   This is a joint effort of MFH and the United
Funding                 Way of Greater St. Louis.




                                                       Page 149
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls

                           This 3-year grant supports efforts to
                           provide comprehensive services for St.
                           Louis-area youth through free health care,
                           social support and prevention services,
                           including reproductive health, STD/HIV
                           screening, case management, mental
Strategic Opportunity      health and other social and preventative
Funding                    services.
Strategic Organizational   This grant helps the organization
Development                strategically plan for the future.
                           This Strategic Organizational
Strategic Organizational   Development grant supports the
Development                infrastructural needs of the organization.
                           Funding will help the organization improve
                           the quality of its decision-making, program
                           efficiency and managerial performance, in
Strategic Organizational   coordination with a recent major
Development                expansion of its services and facilities.
                           This grant funds improvement of the
                           organization's program evaluation efforts
                           to better assess change in clients. This
                           St. Louis-based organization helps
                           strengthen family relationships through
                           therapy, education and support to children
Strategic Organizational   and families coping with divorce and other
Development                transition.
                           This grant helps the organization improve
                           its board development and ability to fund
Strategic Organizational   raise, in order to help St. Louis-area
Development                battered women and their children..
                           MFH funding through its Strategic
                           Organizational Development program
                           enables the Council to improve its ability
Strategic Organizational   to fundraise and sustainability of various
Development                programs.
                           With MFH's Strategic Organizational
                           Development funding, the St. Louis-area
Strategic Organizational   organization plans to improve its ability to
Development                fund raise and sustainability.
                           Funding supports efforts to evaluate the
Strategic Organizational   effectiveness of grants given through
Development                MFH's Capacity Building program.

                           This grant enables the organization to
Strategic Organizational   develop a three-year strategic plan to help
Development                meet the needs of the children it serves.
                           This grant helps the organization
Strategic Organizational   strategically plan for the future.
Development
                           The focus is on improving the
                           organization's Youth Development
                           Provider Network, in order to help the
                           Network's member organizations with
Strategic Organizational   strategic program development and
Development                capacity building.
                           This grant enables the organization to
                           improve its fund development planning
Strategic Organizational   and training by developing a long-term
Development                plan to broaden funding streams..




                                                          Page 150
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           This grant funds strategic planning efforts
                           to improve the St. Louis-based
Strategic Organizational   organization's fund development and
Development                marketing efforts.
Strategic Organizational   Funding supports operational expenses of
Development                the organization.
Strategic Organizational   This grant helps the organization
Development                strategically plan for the future.
                           This grant helps the organization
Strategic Organizational   strategically plan for the future.
Development
                           This grant helps the organization
Strategic Organizational   strategically plan for the future.
Development
                           This grant helps the organization
Strategic Organizational   strategically plan for the future.
Development
Strategic Organizational   This grant helps the organization
Development                strategically plan for the future.
                           Funding supports building leadership
Strategic Organizational   capacity for the St. Louis-area outreach
Development                organization.
                           Funding enables the St.-Louis based
Strategic Organizational   organization to develop a strategic plan
Development                and business plan for future growth.
                           Funding supports efforts to grow the
                           program, develop funding streams,
                           expand and strengthen the board and
                           leadership team, and identify additional
Strategic Organizational   needs in the St. Louis-area health care
Development                community.
                           Funding supports the organization's effort
Strategic Organizational   to develop comprehensive strategic
Development                planning to direct its future growth.
Strategic Organizational   Funding supports the organization's efforts
Development                to develop a new strategic plan.
                           Funding supports the St. Louis-area
Strategic Organizational   organization's efforts to improve the
Development                program and future funding sources.
                           Funding supports the St. Louis-area
Strategic Organizational   organization's erfforts to improve
Development                recruitment and retention of volunteers.
                           Funding enables the organization to
                           improve evaluation of its programs and
Strategic Organizational   examine related factors that prohibit
Development                people from accessing care.
                           Funding from this one-year grant supports
                           the organization's strategic planning and
                           fund development project, to enable it to
Strategic Organizational   continue future efforts in policy and
Development                advocacy as well.
                           The St. Louis-area organization is using
                           this one-year grant to strengthen its
Strategic Organizational   infrastructure and systems, and improving
Development                its funding base.
                           This one-year grant enables to St. Louis
Strategic Organizational   area organization improve its staff
Development                performance with its strategic plan efforts.
                           This one-year grant funds the
                           organization's capacity building program to
Strategic Organizational   improve its services and to build
Development                partnerships with other organizations.



                                                          Page 151
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           This one-year grant funds the Pinnacle
                           Project, an ongoing effort by the St. Louis-
Strategic Organizational   area organization to improve its
Development                infrastructure and staff.

                           This one-year grant helps the organization
Strategic Organizational   build its capacity for fund raising, in order
Development                to improve its financial footing.
                           This one-year grant helps the St. Louis
                           area organization improve the fund
                           development component of its strategic
Strategic Organizational   planning, in order to become more
Development                financially strong.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's need to expand its services
                           and increase financial support, and
                           includes developing a marketing plan,
Strategic Organizational   branding and communication strategy to
Development                support the expansion.
                           This one-year grant will help the St. Louis
Strategic Organizational   area organization address its current
Development                fundraising challenges.
                           With this one-year grant, the organization
                           is improving its use of staff time and
Strategic Organizational   saving money as a result of using a new
Development                financial management systems.
                           This one-year capacity building grant
                           enables the organization to create a
                           strategic fundraising plan, strengthen
Strategic Organizational   program delivery, and improve staff and
Development                board recruitment efforts.
                           This one-year capacity building grant
                           enables the organization to develop a
                           partnership with the organizations that
Strategic Organizational   comprise the St. Louis health and
Development                wellness ommunity.
                           This one-year capacity building grant
                           helps the organization develop a strategic
                           communications plan to promote its
                           services and programs, raise its visibility,
Strategic Organizational   attrack more volunteers and increase
Development                financial stability.
                           This one-year grant enables the
                           organization plan a major fund
Strategic Organizational   development campaign to build its overall
Development                capacity.
                           This one-year grant enables the St. Louis
                           organization to develop a fundraising plan
Strategic Organizational   so it can expand services and improve its
Development                overall financial stability.
                           This one-year grant funds a
                           comprehensive marketing and
                           communications plan to update messages
                           about the organzation's mission, program
Strategic Organizational   and services to reach more clients and
Development                donors.
                           This one-year grant helps the origanization
                           conduct strategic planning, to improve
Strategic Organizational   organizational capacity and develop its
Development                board leadership.




                                                           Page 152
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           This one-year grant funds the
Strategic Organizational   organization's efforts to build its capacity
Development                through strategic planning.
                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's efforts to improve
Development                evaluation of its programs.
                           This one-year capacity building grant
                           enables the organization to develop a
Strategic Organizational   fundraising system and conduct
Development                board/staff training.
                           The organization will establish program
                           evaluation standards and practices for
                           three of its Healthy Communities projects,
                           in order to improve the credibility of those
Strategic Organizational   projects and better establish them as a
Development                benefit for St. Charles County residents.
                           This one-year grant funds board
                           development and fundraising training for
Strategic Organizational   the organization, in order to increase
Development                capacity.
                           This one-year grant helps the organization
                           create a fund development program to
                           improve its capacity to generate revenue.
                           The goal is to create a program that could
Strategic Organizational   be replicated by other nonprofits in rural
Development                areas.
                           This project helps OASIS establish the
                           infrastructure and strategic vision to best
Strategic Organizational   serve its older adult audience and build
Development                organizational capacity.
Strategic Organizational   This grant helps the organization
Development                strategically plan for the future.
Strategic Organizational   This grant helps the organization
Development                strategically plan for the future.
                           This grant helps the organization
Strategic Organizational   strategically plan for the future.
Development
                           This Strategic Organizational
                           Development grant funds a system that
Strategic Organizational   will produce reports for funders, potential
Development                funders, schools and NCADA staff.
Strategic Organizational   Funding supports operational expenses of
Development                the organization.
                           Funding enhances the assessment
                           capacity of the organization's nursing staff
Strategic Organizational   to improve assistance to families with
Development                infants.
                           Funding supports a capacity building
                           project to enhance the resource
Strategic Organizational   development practices of the St. Louis-
Development                area organization.
                           Funding supports the organization's efforts
Strategic Organizational   to improve fundraising and its future
Development                financial stability.
                           Funding supports efforts to develop a new
Strategic Organizational   strategic plan for the St. Louis-based
Development                organization.
                           Funding supports the organization's
                           strategic planning efforts to improve its
                           capacity to serve more children and
Strategic Organizational   families and streamline business
Development                operations.



                                                          Page 153
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           Funding supports the St. Louis
                           organization's strategic planning efforts, to
                           become more financially and
Strategic Organizational   programmatically stable while maintaining
Development                its mission and core values.
                           Funding supports the St. Louis
Strategic Organizational   organization's strategic planning which
Development                includes developing a new brand identity.

                           This one-year grant helps the organization
                           improve its fund development plan to
Strategic Organizational   ensure future growth and continued
Development                servied to low-income communities.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's efforts to strengthen its
                           current board, improve board recruitment,
Strategic Organizational   and create a 3-year fund development
Development                plan, and strategic plan.
                           This one-year grant supports the St. Louis
Strategic Organizational   area organization's efforts to strengthen its
Development                infrastructure and staffing.
                           This one-year grant supports the St. Louis-
                           area organization's strategic planning
                           efforts so it can continue providing
Strategic Organizational   services to both caregivers and individuals
Development                dealing with dementia.
                           With this one-year grant, the organization
Strategic Organizational   is growing its capacity for fund-raising to
Development                improve its financial stability.
                           This one-year capacity building grant
                           helps the organization develop both a
                           strategic plan and operational plan, to
Strategic Organizational   improve health service delivery and its
Development                long-term stability.
                           This one-year capacity building grant
                           helps the organization do strategic
                           planning in order to bolster its
                           infrastructure, and increase public
Strategic Organizational   awareness about its services and
Development                advocacy for clients served.
                           This one-year grant helps the organization
                           improve its fundraising skills and
Strategic Organizational   relationships in order to develop a capital
Development                campaign.

                           This one-year grants helps the
                           organization improve its program
Strategic Organizational   evaluation in order to build better capacity,
Development                service delivery and outcome data.


                           With this 2-year grant, the St. Louis
                           organization is funding a new Community
                           Outreach Mothers program, which uses
                           local women from the Bosnian and Hispanic
                           communities to make in-home visits along
                           with nurses. The grant comes through
Health Literacy            MFH's Health Literacy funding program.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                           organization to continue offering temporary
                           residential care and aftercare programs for
Basic Support              homeless pregnant women.



                                                           Page 154
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                            This one-year grant helps the organization
                            evaluate its programs, in order to improve
Strategic Organizational    outcomes for its clients - homeless
Development                 pregnant women and children.

                            The organization is using this 3-year grant
                            to add staff to its Safety and Security
                            Through Housing First program, to assist
                            larger numbers of low-income women
                            fleeing domestic violence. Funding comes
Women's Health              through MFH's Women's Health program.
                            With its 3-year grant, ALIVE is expanding its
                            emergency shelter and crisis intervention
                            services for victims of intrimate partner
                            violence. Funding comes through MFH's
Women's Health              Women's Health program.
                            With this 3-year grant, the organization is
                            providing Nurturing Networks, a program
                            focusing on the emotional development and
                            well-being of children with substance-
                            abusing mothers. Funding comes through
Mental Health & Substance   MFH's Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Abuse                       program.

                            This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                            organization to continue providing services
Basic Support               for those suffering from abuse and neglect.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                            organization to continue offering residential
                            and support services for the mentally ill,
                            including case management, assertive
                            community treatment and co-occurring
Basic Support               disorders treatment.

                            Funding supports a joint project with Great
                            mines haelth Center (GMHC) to implement
                            health literacy policy changes at three rural
                            GMHC clinics in Potosi, Farmington and
                            DeSoto. The two-year grant comes through
Health Literacy             MFH's Health Literacy funding program.
                            With this 2-year grant, the organization is
                            helping underserved communities in the St.
                            Louis area improved their health literacy in
                            nutrition, prescription use, physician
                            communication and access to health care.
                            Funding comes through MFH's Health
Health Literacy             Literacy program.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                            organization to continue offering recovery
                            services for individuals suffering from
Basic Support               alcoholism and drug abuse.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the organization's effors to provide
                            educational and therapeutic services for
Basic Support               children with disabilities.




                                                            Page 155
                          a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                 Funding suports an outreach and education
                 program to increase college and high
                 school student awareness of violence
                 against women, strengthen prevention
                 efforts and promote community change.
                 The 3-year grant comes through MFH's
Women's Health   Women's Health funding effort.
                 This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                 organization to continue offering temporary
                 shelter and individual, group and family
                 counseling for women and families affected
Basic Support    by domestic abuse.

                 This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                 organization to continue providing an
                 emergency help center and food patnry for
Basic Support    low-income individuals in the St. Louis area.
                 This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                 the organization's effort to provide
                 counseling, emergency shelter and critical
                 services for adults and children impacted by
Basic Support    domestic violence.
                 This 4-year grant helps improve asthma
                 management in the St. Louis Public
                 Schools, and seeks to reduce the number
                 of students sent home due to asthma,
                 increase communication between school
                 nurses and primary care physicians, and
                 provide more parent education. Funding
                 comes through MFH's Chronic Care
Chronic Care     program.
                 This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                 the organization as it provides conseling
                 and mental health services for the
                 homeless and individuals with co-occuring
Basic Support    disorders and HIV/AIDS.
                 This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                 the organization's free clinic, which provides
                 preventative, primary health care and
Basic Support    referrals.

                 This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                 the organization's efforts to provide a 24-
                 hour help line for information, referrals,
                 respite care assistance and education for
Basic Support    persons with Alzheimer's and their families.

                 This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                 organization to continue providing health
                 education, screenings and referrals for
Basic Support    women and children in the St. Louis area.
                 This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                 organization to continue providing short-
                 term residential treatment for those affected
Basic Support    by child abuse.
                 This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                 organization to continue offering
                 preventative child abuse and neglect
Basic Support    services including therapy and referrals.




                                                  Page 156
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                           This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                           organization to continue proiding residential
                           shelter and health care services for unwed
Basic Support              and expectant mothers.

                           Through MFH's Women's Health program,
                           this 3-year grant funds increased access to
                           medical, dental, psychiatric and pharmacy
                           services for women victims of domestic and
Women's Health             sexual violence.

                           This 3-year grant supports health care and
                           social services for victims of sexual assault
                           and intimate partner violence. Services
                           include crisis intervention, primary health
                           and dental care, women's gynecological
                           and behavioral health services, and social
                           service referrals. Funding comes through
Women's Health             MFH's Women's Health program.
                           With this 3-year grant, the organization is
                           providing an on-site, full-time therapist for
                           individual and group therapy sessions to
                           women who are victims of domestic abuse.
                           Funding comes through MFH's Women's
Women's Health             Health program.
                           With this 3-year grant, the organization is
                           developing a neighborhood grocery co-op,
                           city garden and education program to
                           promote affordable, nutritious, locally grown
                           food in six inner city St. Louis
                           neighborhoods. Funding comes through
Healthy & Active           MFH's Healthy & Active Communities
Communities                Initiative.
                           With this 3-year grant, the organization is
                           expanding healthy eating and active living
                           opportunities in the Vinita Park area (north
                           St. Louis County) through walking trail
                           programming, workplace wellness policies
                           and 'Complete Streets' policy change.
Healthy & Active           Funding comes through MFH's Healthy &
Communities                Active Communities Initiative.

                           This 2-year grant supports the
                           organization's Health Literacy Education
                           program to increase clients' understanding
                           of basic health issues. Funding comes
Health Literacy            through MFH's Health Literacy program.

                           This one-year capacity building grant helps
                           the organization do strategic planning in
                           order to bolster its infrastructure, and
Strategic Organizational   increase public awareness about its
Development                services and advocacy for clients served.
                           This one-year grant enables the St. Louis
                           organization to develop a fundraising plan
Strategic Organizational   so it can expand services and improve its
Development                overall financial stability.




                                                           Page 157
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                           This one-year grant funds a comprehensive
                           marketing and communications plan to
                           update messages about the organzation's
Strategic Organizational   mission, program and services to reach
Development                more clients and donors.
                           This one-year grant helps the organization
                           create a fund development program to
                           improve its capacity to generate revenue.
                           The goal is to create a program that could
Strategic Organizational   be replicated by other nonprofits in rural
Development                areas.
                           This one-year grant helps the origanization
                           conduct strategic planning, to improve
Strategic Organizational   organizational capacity and develop its
Development                board leadership.
                           This one-year capacity building grant helps
                           the organization develop a strategic
                           communications plan to promote its
                           services and programs, raise its visibility,
Strategic Organizational   attrack more volunteers and increase
Development                financial stability.

                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to provide nutrition
                           services and groceries to the elderly,
Basic Support              disabled and poor living in St. Louis Cinty.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to provide speech
                           and audiology services to low-income
Basic Support              individuals.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to offer health fairs
                           and screenings, referrals and health
                           education program to the St. Louis Asian
Basic Support              community.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to provide Meals on
                           Wheels, nutrition services and seniors'
Basic Support              transportation to medical appointments.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to provide
                           substance abuse prevention programs for
Basic Support              at-risk and underserved children.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to provide physical
                           activity and nutrition programs to children
Basic Support              ages 8-11.
                           This 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                           grant ensures the organization can continue
                           its work to develop public policy that meets
General Support for        the diverse needs of the HIV-affected
Advocacy                   population.

                           This 2-year General Support for Advcacy
                           grant enables the organization to work to
                           improve the quality of life for those affected
General Support for        by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, educating
Advocacy                   the community, and supporting research.




                                                            Page 158
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                           The 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                           grant enables the organization to continue
                           advocating to make children's needs a civic
                           and community priority, and disseminate
General Support for        information and data assessing community
Advocacy                   needs related to children.

                           The 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                           grant enables the organization to continues
                           ito promote peace, understanding and
General Support for        respect among people of all faiths and
Advocacy                   within the greater St. Louis metro areas.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's efforts to improve and
Strategic Organizational   streamline its program evaluation, and use
Development                its staff more efficiently.

                           This one-year grant is being use to improve
Strategic Organizational   the organization's fund development efforts
Development                in order to build capacity.
                           The one-year grant supports a strategic
                           communications and marketing effort for the
                           Clubhouse Shop, to generate a more
Strategic Organizational   consistent earned revenue stream for the
Development                organization.
                           This one-year funding supports efforts to
                           improve the organization's program
Strategic Organizational   evaluation, in order to increase its
Development                effectiveness and response to needs.
                           The one-year grant supports the
                           organization's strategic planning efforts,
                           with an emphasis on improving its board
Strategic Organizational   and staff leadership, program evaluation
Development                and organizational performance.

                           This one-year grant helps the organization
Strategic Organizational   improve its fund development and
Development                diversification of funding sources.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's fund development efforts, to
Strategic Organizational   improve financial stability and expand
Development                programs.

                           This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                           organization to continue providing wel-
Basic Support              woman exams and family planning services.

                           This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                           organization to continue providing a free
Basic Support              clinic for medical services to the poor.

                           This one-year grant funds board
Strategic Organizational   development and fundraising training for the
Development                organization, in order to increase capacity.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to provide equine-
                           assisted therapeutic programs for people
Basic Support              with disabilities.




                                                           Page 159
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                            The 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                            grant helps the organization's work to
                            advocate on behalf of individuals with
General Support for         cognitive, intellectual and other
Advocacy                    developmental disabilities.

                            With this one-year grant, the organization is
                            focusing on strategic communications, with
Strategic Organizational    an emphasis on improving the working
Development                 relationship between its board and staff.
                            The 3-year grant supports the STEP
                            (Stengthen, Teach, Empower, Prepare) Up
                            Project, which expands on after-school
                            programs in schools and apartment
                            complexes to help youth avoid violence and
                            substance abuse. Funding comes through
Mental Health & Substance   MFH's Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Abuse                       program.

                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the organization's work in securing donated
                            medical and surgical care for uninsured and
Basic Support               underinsured breast cancer patients.

                            This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                            organization to continue providing early
                            intervention medical and behavioral care for
Basic Support               victims of child abuse and neglect.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the center's efforts to provide physical
                            training and services for persons with head
Basic Support               injuries.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the center in providing services for grieving
Basic Support               St. Louis-area children.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                            organization to continue providing
                            comprehensive patient services including
                            scheduling of treatment appointments and
Basic Support               air transportation for those in need.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                            organization to continue offering Meals on
                            Wheels and transportation services for the
Basic Support               elderly.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                            organization to continue offering support
                            groups, exercise classes and educational
                            programs for cancer patients and their
Basic Support               families.
                            This one-year capacity building grant
                            enables the organization to create a
                            strategic fundraising plan, strengthen
Strategic Organizational    program delivery, and improve staff and
Development                 board recruitment efforts.

                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the organization's effort to provide free eye
Basic Support               care to area homeless, poor and uninsured.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the organization's effort to provide mental
Basic Support               health and crisis intervention services.




                                                            Page 160
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                           the organization's effort to provide
                           intervention and education programs to
Basic Support              prevent rape and domestic violence.

                           The 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                           grant enables the organization to continue
                           advocating for health care access, long
General Support for        term care and disability rights for those
Advocacy                   affected by multiple sclerosis.

                           The 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                           grant helps the organization continue to
General Support for        fight for state and federal public policies that
Advocacy                   benefit those with autism.
                           With its 2-year General Support for
                           Advocacy grant, the organization is
                           continuing to advocate for the health, safety
General Support for        and well-being of Missourians with
Advocacy                   disabilities.
                           With its 2-year General Support for
                           Advocacy grant, the organization is
                           continuing its work to provide counseling,
                           adoption services, crisis/unplanned
                           pregnancy assistance, foster care, child
General Support for        care, youth mentoring services as well as
Advocacy                   advocacy.
                           This one-year grant helps the organization
                           improve its capacity building and
Strategic Organizational   fundraising strategies, to ensure a more
Development                stable financial future.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's strategic planning efforts for
                           the next decade, in order to improve its
Strategic Organizational   support for cancer patients and their
Development                families.
                           The St. Louis-based organization is using
                           this one-year grant to improve its fund
                           development, with a goal of expanding
Strategic Organizational   services through a second, mid-Missouri
Development                facility.

                           This one-year grant helps the organization
                           develop a strategic plan as it works to
Strategic Organizational   improve its services to the community and
Development                provide programs for children in need.

                           This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                           organization to continue offering emergency
                           shepter, counseling, substance abuse
                           meetings and child care services for those
Basic Support              affected by domestic and sexual abuse.
                           This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                           organization to continue providing
                           transportation services to medical
                           appointments, sheltered workshops, day
Basic Support              programs and therapy in Franklin County.




                                                             Page 161
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                St. Louis-area organization to continue
                providing a drop-in center for abused and
                battered women, with services ranging from
Basic Support   support to crisis intervention.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's work providing education,
                information and referral services for brain
Basic Support   injury patients.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                organization to continue providing dental
Basic Support   hygience education programs for children.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's food pantry operations for
Basic Support   low-income families in the St. Louis aea.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                organization to continue offering education,
                support and advocacy for the mentally ill
Basic Support   and their families in the St. Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                organization to continue offering school-
                based counseling and referrals for St. Louis-
Basic Support   area elementary school children.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide
                psychotherapy and counseling services in
Basic Support   the St. Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant enables the
                organization to continue offering
                educational programs and preventative
                childhood obesity services, such as fitness
Basic Support   and nutrition classes.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to provide in-home
                health support to the elderly and
                developmentally disabled, including
                medication administration and nursing
Basic Support   visits.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to offer physical
                activity programs to children with severe
Basic Support   developmental and physical disabilities.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to offer programs to
                prevent birth defects, premature birth and
Basic Support   infant death.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to supply home
Basic Support   medical equipment to those in need.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to provide
                counseling services to adults, children,
Basic Support   couples and families.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's breast cancer education
                and awareness programs, and helps
                provide resources and support services to
Basic Support   survivors and their families.




                                                Page 162
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the organization's effort to provide
                            temporary shelter and mental health and
                            substance abuse programs to homeless
Basic Support               women.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the organization's effort to provide Meals on
                            Wheels, nutrition education and
Basic Support               transportation services for the elderly.
                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the organization's effort to provide services
                            to the elderly, including health and wellness
                            programs and transportation to medical
Basic Support               appointments.

                            This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                            the St. Louis-area organization's effort to
                            provide meals for seniors as well as
Basic Support               nutrition education and exercise programs.
                            With this 3-year grant, the agency is
                            implementing a community-based program
                            to improve the quality of asthma care in 400
                            families whose children attend four
                            private/parochial schools in St. Louis City.
                            The program hopes to reduce in-home
                            asthma triggers, improve access and links
                            to quality asthma care, and increase
                            knowledge of childhood asthma resources.
                            Funding comes through MFH's Chronic
Chronic Care                Care program.

                            This one-year grant supports the annual
                            evaluation of the grantees' programs funded
                            through MFH's Chronic Care - Better Self-
Chronic Care                Management of Diabetes program.
                            This one-year grant supports the annual
Foundation Defined          evaluation of the grantees' programs funded
Proposal\Healthy & Active   through MFH's Health & Active
Communities\General         Communities Initiative's Model Practice
Contract                    Building program.

                            This 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                            grant helps the organization continue to
                            focus on health care advocacy and system
General Support for         reform to ensure every Missourian has
Advocacy                    access to quality, affordable health care.
                            This 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                            grant enables the organization to continues
                            efforts to eliminate cancer as a major health
General Support for         problem through research, education,
Advocacy                    advocacy and service.
                            The 2-year General Support for Advocacy
                            grant helps the organization continue to
General Support for         advocate for policies that help those with
Advocacy                    lung disease.




                                                            Page 163
                             a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                   With this 2-year grant, the station is
                   producing videos addressing low health
                   literacy among target audiences. Included is
                   a 30-minute health literacy video aimed at
                   policy makers and shorter video clips for
                   web distribution. Funding comes through
Health Literacy    MFH's Health Literacy program.
                   This one-year grant provides joint funding
                   for this collborative, along with the
                   University of Missouri and Missouri State
                   University, to develop the work of Health
                   Literacy Missouri and its Coordinating
                   Council, and a statewide health literacy
                   resource center.. Funding comes through
Health Literacy    MFH's Health Literacy program.
Health Literacy

Health Literacy
                   With this 3-year grant, the hospital is hring a
                   program coordinator, working with churches
                   to establish wellness and fitness programs
                   in their congregations, and developing
                   community exercise facilities. Funding
Healthy & Active   comes through MFH's Healthy & Active
Communities        Communities Initiative.

                   This 3-year grant supports efforts to adopt a
                   Complete Streets policy for the county and
                   increase residents' physical activity through
                   bike routes, safety courses, community
                   events and a bike-to-school program. The
Healthy & Active   funding comes through MFH's Healthy &
Communities        Active Communities Initiative.

                   Funding helps expand the DeSoto Farmers
                   Market, increasing residents' access to
                   local fresh fruits and vegetables, and
                   promoting healthy lifestyle education. The 3-
Healthy & Active   year grant comes through MFH's Healthy &
Communities        Active Communities Initiative.

                   Funding supports the development of six
                   community hub gardens to increase access
                   to affordable, locally grown, nuritious food
                   for schools, daycare centers and other sites
                   in underserved neighborhoods. This 3-year
Healthy & Active   grant comes through MFH's Healthy &
Communities        Active Communities Initiative.
                   Funding supports a statewide assessment
                   of local policies regarding healthy eating
                   and active living. The grant comes through
Healthy & Active   MFH's Healthy & Active Communities
Communities        Initiative.




                                                    Page 164
                                        a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                              This 3-year grant supports using web
                              technology to distribute effective mental
                              health treatment material to private
                              Medicaid mental health providers across
                              the state. This includes web training, live
                              webinars, online discussion groups and a
                              structured buddy program. Funding comes
Mental Health & Substance     through MFH's Mental Health and
Abuse                         Substance Abuse program.
                              With this 3-year grant, the organization is
                              providing mental health and substance
                              abuse assessments and treatment for area
                              youth. Funding comes through MFH's
Mental Health & Substance     Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Abuse                         program.

                              Funding supports Suicide for Safe Schools,
                              a program aimed at campus suicide
                              prevention and awareness. the program
                              partners with local schools to provide age-
                              appropriate classroom presentations, adult
                              training and intervention skill building. The
Mental Health & Substance     3-year grant comes through MFH's Mental
Abuse                         Health and Substance Abuse program.
Primary Care Access

Primary Care Access
                              This grant is part of a 5-year funding
                              commitment totalling $4.75 million to
                              support development and implementation of
                              a statewide 2-1-1 system. 2-1-1 links
                              individuals to needed health and human
                              services resources in their communities.
                              This is a joint effort of MFH and the United
Strategic Opportunity Funding Way of Greater St. Louis.
                              This one-year capacity building grant
                              enables the organization to develop a
                              partnership with the organizations that
Strategic Organizational      comprise the St. Louis health and wellness
Development                   ommunity.
                              This one-year capacity building grant
                              enables the organization to develop a
Strategic Organizational      fundraising system and conduct board/staff
Development                   training.

                              This one-year capacity building grant helps
                              the organization develop both a strategic
Strategic Organizational      plan and operational plan, to improve health
Development                   service delivery and its long-term stability.

                              This one-year grants helps the organization
                              improve its program evaluation in order to
Strategic Organizational      build better capacity, service delivery and
Development                   outcome data.

                              This one-year grant enables the
Strategic Organizational      organization plan a major fund development
Development                   campaign to build its overall capacity.
                              This one-year grant helps the organization
                              improve its fundraising skills and
Strategic Organizational      relationships in order to develop a capital
Development                   campaign.




                                                              Page 165
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           This one-year grant helpsthe organization
Strategic Organizational   improve its fund development efforts, as
Development                part of future long-term stability.
                           This one-year grant supports a strategic
                           communications effort to improve
                           residential and community outreach
Strategic Organizational   services to older disabled persons receiving
Development                Medicaid.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's strategic planning effort to
Strategic Organizational   improve its infrastructure and capacity to
Development                serve more clients.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's need for internal capacity
                           building, to improve efficiency and
                           effectiveness, and to response to changing
                           needs of the community is serves - recent
Strategic Organizational   immigrants who need help making the
Development                transition to American life.
                           With this one-year grant, the organization is
                           focusing on improving its fund development
Strategic Organizational   and its awareness in the St. Louis
Development                community.

                           This one-year grant helps the organization
                           restructure, improve its ability to diversify
Strategic Organizational   and increase revenue streams, and improve
Development                its development program.
                           This one-year grants supports the
                           organization's effort for national
                           reaccreditation, streamlining of intake
Strategic Organizational   processes, and improvement in its human
Development                resources management system.

                           Funding supports development of campus
                           and community coalitiions to create smoke-
                           free educational environments and provide
                           cessation services for those seeking to quit.
                           The 17-month grant comes through MFH's
Tobacco Prevention &       Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation Initiative       Initiative.
                           This one-year grant supports evaluation of
                           MFH's Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
                           Initiative (TPCI), to determine effectiveness
                           of the grant program and to increase the
Tobacco Prevention &       evaluation capacity of the initiative's
Cessation Initiative       grantees.
                           With this 3-year grant, the agency is
                           providing area victims of intimate partner
                           violence with physical and mental health
                           services, health education, off-site dental
                           services and an exercise program. Funding
                           comes through MFH's Women's Health
Women's Health             program.
                           The 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                           St. Louis-area organization provide
                           residential, day program, respite and
                           commuity integration services for children
                           and adults with severe to profound mental
Basic Support              and physical disabilities.




                                                           Page 166
                         a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                The 2-year Basoc Support grant enables
                the organization to continue providing peer
                support, education, employment counseling
                and suicide intervention services for
Basic Support   individuals in need.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                organization continue offering confidential
                testing, counseling and support to women
Basic Support   facing unintended pregnancies.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                organization continue providing parish
                nurse services to the uninsured and those
Basic Support   who have difficulty accessing care.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                organization continue providing
                transportation and nutritious meals for
Basic Support   underserved residents.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                organization to continue providing eye care
                and education for uninsured and
Basic Support   underserved children and adults.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                organization's efforts to provide health and
                dental programs for the underserved and
Basic Support   students from low-income families.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                organization's work offering mental health
                and crisis response services to crime
Basic Support   victims.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant helps the
                organization's work providing equestrian
                therapy to children and adults with mental
Basic Support   and physical disabilities.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the center in offering violence prevention
                counseiling, character and health education,
Basic Support   and related youth development programs.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organizations efforrts to provide care for
                individuals living with HIV/AIDS, and offer
                educational outreach to reduce the number
Basic Support   of new cases.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to improve access
                to affordable, professional mental health
                services, especially for the uninsured and
Basic Support   underserved.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's effort to provide crisis
                assistance and educate Missourians about
Basic Support   healthy lifestyle choices.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to educate the
                community about health issues such as
                substance abuse, obesity, family violence
Basic Support   and senior care.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to increase access
                to fresh foods and nutrition education in
Basic Support   underserved communities.




                                                Page 167
                          a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to increase urban
                residents' access to locally gorwn,
                affordable, fresh foods through school and
Basic Support   community gardening programs.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to offer
                counseling, education and therapy to
                children with mental health concerns, and
Basic Support   their familiies.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to offer long-term
                and in-home care services and education to
Basic Support   low-income elderly and disabled people.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to offer speech
Basic Support   and language therapy to children in need.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to place children in
                caring foster homes and provide counseling
Basic Support   for expectant mothers in the St. Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide a
                medical and dental care home for at-rish
Basic Support   children in the St. Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide crisis
                shelter and support services to women
Basic Support   affected by domestic violence.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide medical
                appointment transportation, food and
                wellness services for St. Louis-area
Basic Support   seniors.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide mental
                health services and counseling programs
Basic Support   for children dealing with family crises.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide nutrition
                education and healthy meals for low-income
                HIV/AIDS and cancer patients in the St.
Basic Support   Louis area.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide
                nutritional supplements, transportation and
Basic Support   medical supplies to cancer patients.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide
                nutritious foods and dietary education to low-
Basic Support   income populations.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide
Basic Support   outpatient substance abuse treatment.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provide services
                to prevent infant mortality, child abuse and
                neglect through in-home nursing visits and
Basic Support   education.




                                                 Page 168
                          a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's efforts to provides
                hospice care to terminally ill patients,
Basic Support   including the uninsured.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's partnerships with schools
                and other organizations to promote health
                care careers and improve health services
Basic Support   for area uninsured and underserved.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the organization's work providing care and
                residential services to children with severe,
Basic Support   multiple developmental disabilities.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis area organization's efforts to
                educate students on drug prevention and
Basic Support   violence reduction.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis organization's effort to provide
                training to caregivers of patients with
                dementia, helping to reduce stress and
Basic Support   control health care costs.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis organization's efforts to care
                for children and adults with multiple, servere
Basic Support   developmental disabilities.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis organization's efforts to offer
                education and therapy services for families
Basic Support   with visually impaired children.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis organization's efforts to
                provide mental health services to youth and
                adults affected by war, torture and forced
Basic Support   relocation.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis organization's efforts to train
                service dogs for disabled children and
Basic Support   adults.

                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis-area center's efforts to provide
                physical, behavioral and developmental
Basic Support   therapy to children with disabilities.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis-area organization's efforts to
                assist sexually and physically abused
                children through counseling, advocacy,
                forensic interviewing and prevention
Basic Support   programs.
                This 2-year Basic Support grant supports
                the St. Louis-area organization's efforts to
                offer equestrian therapy to disabled
Basic Support   individuals.
                With the help of this 2-year Basic Support
                grant, the organization can continue
                providing screenings and education on
Basic Support   kidney disease and treatment.




                                                 Page 169
                                       a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                              With this 2-year Basic Support grant, the
                              organization can continue providing
                              nutritious meals and health and exercise
Basic Support                 programs for area seniors.

                            With this help of this Basic Support funding,
                            the organization connects individuals in
                            need with primary care medical homes and
Basic Support               provides other medical referral services.
                            With funding, the university is working to
                            increase cultural competency of the health
                            services community, along with supporting
                            community educators to teach about health
                            promotion and expanding its patient
                            navigator program to help people
                            understand the health care system. This
                            grant comes through MFH's Health Literacy
Health Literacy             program.
                            This grant supports the nonprofit's
                            infrastructure so it can work to improve
Health Literacy             health literacy in Missouri.
                            With this grant funding, the St. Louis-area
                            community is promoting healthy and active
                            living by creating a more walkable and
                            bikable environment. The 3-year grant
Healthy & Active            comes through MFH's Healthy & Active
Communities                 Communities Initiative (H&AC).
                            This one-year grant helps the St. Louis-area
                            organization assess its programs' ability to
                            address co-occurring disorders. Funding
Mental Health and Substance comes through MFH's Mental Health and
Abuse                       Substance Abuse program.

                            With this grant, the center is reviewing and
                            updating current policies and procedures on
                            treating co-occurring disorders, and
                            communicating them to staff. Funding
Mental Health and Substance comes through MFH's Mental Health and
Abuse                       Substance Abuse (MHSA) program.

                            With the help of funding, the organization is
                            enhancing its documentation and follow-up
                            activities for co-occurring disorders clients.
Mental Health and Substance The grant comes through MFH's Mental
Abuse                       Health and Substance Abuse program.
                            The gant helps the center develop staff
                            training and materials under its Strength-
                            Based Assessment and Treatment Planning
                            program. Funding comes through MFH's
Mental Health and Substance Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Abuse                       (MHSA) program.
                            The organization is using this funding to
                            enhnace screening, tracking and data
                            collection among co-occurring disorders
                            clients. The grants comes through MFH's
Mental Health and Substance Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Abuse                       program.
                            The 1-year grant enables the organization
Strategic Organizational    to do strategic planning to build
Development                 organizational capacity.




                                                             Page 170
                                     a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           The organization is using this 1-year grant
                           to develop a communications plan to
                           enhance awareness, messaging and
Strategic Organizational   relationships with its diverse audiences and
Development                stakeholders.
                           The organization is using this 1-year grant
Strategic Organizational   to improve its fund development efforts to
Development                expand support of its core programming.
                           This 1-year grant enables the organization
Strategic Organizational   to do strategic planning to develop
Development                programs that are self-sustaining.
                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's board development and
Development                board education activities.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's efforts to expand community
Strategic Organizational   outreach for people living with AIDS and
Development                enhance program evaluation.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's efforts to obtain technical
Strategic Organizational   assistance for its financial management and
Development                tracking systems.

                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's efforts to update its strategic
Strategic Organizational   fund development plan and provide training
Development                for board members and staff.
                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's fund development activities
Development                connected with its major gifts campaign.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's fund development activities
Strategic Organizational   to enhance services for young adults with
Development                developomental disabilities.

                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's fund development activities,
Development                and board and staff training efforts.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's need for technical assistance
                           for its financial management systems, and
                           restructuring its Project Concern program
Strategic Organizational   serving young people with asthma and
Development                allergies.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's plans for organizational
Strategic Organizational   assessment and board development
Development                activities.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's strategic plan work to
Strategic Organizational   increase its capacity to provide services for
Development                disabled citizens.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's strategic planning activities,
Strategic Organizational   and to develop board, staff and volunteer
Development                education programs.
                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's strategic planning and
Development                capacity building activities.




                                                            Page 171
                                    a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                           This one-year grant supports the senior
                           services organization's strategic planning
Strategic Organizational   efforts and board and volunteer
Development                development activities.
                           With this 1-year grant, the organization is
                           improving its fund development efforts so it
Strategic Organizational   can increase its capacity to serve more
Development                clients.

                           This 1-year grant enables the organization
                           to increase its program evaluation
Strategic Organizational   capabilities and improve the efficiency of
Development                data collection and its management.
                           This 1-year grant supports the
                           organization's strategic communications
                           efforts to better market its services to
Strategic Organizational   clients who can afford to pay without
Development                financial aid.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization in getting technical assistance
                           in strategic planning, including fund
Strategic Organizational   development, financial management and
Development                communication strategies.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization in securing technical
Strategic Organizational   assistance in strategic planning and fund
Development                development.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's capacity building activities
                           and efforts to expand services to women
Strategic Organizational   impacted by domestic violence and
Development                homelessness.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's efforts in evaluating its
Strategic Organizational   programs and health services for unwed
Development                and expectant mothers.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's fund and development
Strategic Organizational   activities, and to increase suport for its
Development                violence prevention services.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's program evaluation activities
Strategic Organizational   and the enhancement of its data
Development                management processes.
                           This one-year grant supports the
                           organization's strategic communications
Strategic Organizational   efforts as it adds new services for persons
Development                with disabilities.
                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's strategic communications
Development                efforts.
                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's strategic planning and
Development                outreach activities.
                           This one-year grant supports the
Strategic Organizational   organization's work to develop its board and
Development                staff, and fund raising capabilities.




                                                           Page 172
                                a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls



                       With this 2-year grant, the organization is
                       providing affordable tobacco cessation
                       services for adults through the Four Rivers
                       Area YMCA in Franklin County. Funding
Tobacco Prevention &   comes through MFH's Tobacco Prevention
Cessation              and Cessation Initiative (TPCI).
                       The organization is using this 2-year
                       funding to promote use of the Missouri Quit
                       Line among pregmant women. The grant
Tobacco Prevention &   comes through MFH's Tobacco Prevention
Cessation              and Cessation Initiative.
                       This 2-year grant helps expand the
                       department's Freedom From Smoking
                       cessation classes into previously unserved
                       areas, including DeSoto, Sittmer, and High
                       Ridge. Funding comes through MFH's
Tobacco Prevention &   Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation              Initiative.
                       With this 2-year grant, the organization is
                       implementing the Project Smokebusters
                       curriculum in five St. Louis Public School
                       district high schools, creating a media
                       campaign and supporting tobacco policy
                       change. Funding comes through MFH's
Tobacco Prevention &   Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Initiative
Cessation              (TPCI) program.
                       This one-year grant supports the evaluation
                       of grantee programs funded through MFH's
Tobacco Prevention &   Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
Cessation              Initiative.
                       This one-year grant helps the association
                       address tobacco use and secondhand
                       smoke exposure among pregnant women
                       and mothers with young children. Funding
Tobacco Prevention &   comes through MFH's Tobacco Prevention
Cessation              and Cessation Initiative.
                       This 2-year grant helps the organization
                       enhance its Nights of Safety program and
                       add case management services to assist
                       more victims of intimate partner violence.
                       Funding comes through MFH's Women's
Women's Health         Health program.
                       The 2-year grant heps the organization is
                       increasing professional staff coverage of its
                       24-hour crisis helpline during key weekday
                       evening shifts. Funding comes through
Women's Health         MFH's Women's Health program.
                       This 2-year grant helps the organization add
                       more bilingual advocates for non-English-
                       speaking victims of intimate partner
                       violence. Funding comes through MFH's
Women's Health         Women's Health program.
                       Funding supports Denim Day activities at
                       the university to raise awareness of
Women's Health         domestic violence and sexual abuse.




                                                       Page 173
                                 a1057688-604c-46db-86c3-dd1a8c4791a8.xls


                        This 3-year grant supports the
                        organization's efforts to help public hgih
                        school students from low-income families
                        secure paid summer internships and
                        receive health career coaching. Funding
                        comes through MFH's Health Care
Workforce Development   Workforce Development program.




                                                        Page 174

				
DOCUMENT INFO
Shared By:
Categories:
Tags:
Stats:
views:4
posted:8/14/2011
language:English
pages:174