NewsFeed @ Youth In Need | November 30, 2020

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NewsFeed @ Youth In Need | November 30, 2020

Make Wishes Come True This Holiday Season

This holiday season, give just one gift to Youth In Need’s Holiday Drive—a book, a doll, a new baseball glove—and you’ll be a part of the season of giving for all of our programs. The children and families Youth In Need serves have been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and your support will help them reach developmental goals, enjoy safe and positive recreation, learn new life skills and find the support they need to build positive futures.

In addition to Youth In Need’s Holiday Drive, our friends at 93.7 The Bull will hold its 11th annual Boatload of Toys Dec. 5 and 6. In an effort to keep donors, volunteers and radio staff safe and health, this year’s collection is virtual. Listeners can donate via Youth In Need’s Amazon Charity Wish List.

Here are a few other easy ways to help make wishes come true this holiday season:

  • Make a 100% tax-deductible cash donation and let us do the shopping for a youth’s needs and wishes, like recreational activities and special requests. 
  • Adopt a Youth In Need program by fulfilling their top needs. Learn more. 
  • Collect items from the general Holiday Wish List to be distributed where needed most.

For more information about any of these opportunities, contact Autumn Shepherd, Community Engagement Coordinator, or 636-757-9334.


Get Your 50/50 Raffle Ticket to Win Big and Support Youth In Need

Beginning Dec. 1 and running throughout the entire month of December, you can purchase 50/50 raffle tickets from STL 50/50 and get the chance to win some extra cash and support Youth In Need! Fifty percent of raffle sales will be awarded to the person with the winning ticket, and 50 percent will go to Youth In Need. STL 50/50, powered by Givable, holds one raffle per month featuring a different charity every month. Get your tickets here!

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