Use this link when shopping on Amazon to donate a portion of the sale proceeds to your favorite local nonprofit association of community organizations: smile.amazon.com/ch/43-1155562
SLACO will be accepting donations for Jaylin Wayne’s defense fund at our upcoming trivia night, and at the office at 5888 Plymouth.
Young Piano Group Performance! SLACO is active in programs big and small, throughout St. Louis. One of the smaller (and cuter!) programs is our Young Piano Group. This year’s artists just had a performance on May 22nd. Take a look!
SLACO is proud to partner with Unleashing Potential for a Summer Enrichment Camp. RSVP Online Here: https://www.upstl.org/enrichment-camps/ We will also be providing free onsite aftercare until 6 PM while Camp’s in session. Please call Judith Arnold at (314) 361-9406 for
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Kevin B. McKinney, Executive Director St. Louis Association of Community Organizations (SLACO) firstname.lastname@example.org 314-361-9406 SAINT LOUIS ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS (SLACO) RECEIVES COMMUNITY CHANGE GRANT FROM AMERICA WALKS ST. LOUIS, April 30, 2019—The
“The grassroots community group that worked to persuade voters to raise taxes to shore up vacant homes in St. Louis has a message for City Hall: Don’t mess this up. In fact, the group is speaking out in desperate hope
“On Wednesday’s St. Louis on the Air, host Don Marsh explored how community organizing has evolved in the St. Louis region over the past 40 years. Joining the discussion was Kevin McKinney, executive director of SLACO – the St. Louis
“Judith Arnold, of Neighborhoods United for Change, promoted her program which pairs residents of north and south St. Louis. They tour their neighborhoods, getting to know each other and their homes. The program has held 10 exchanges involving 165 residents
As detailed in the Post-Dispatch’s “Tipping Point” series, St. Louis has a serious vacant property challenge that cries out for serious action. Like other metropolitan areas (including Baltimore, Detroit, Memphis, Cleveland and Kansas City), we must face the consequences of
A St. Louis nonprofit group is developing a program to bring neighbors from north and south St. Louis together. The St. Louis Association of Community Organizations hopes to officially launch their Sisterhood Initiative next year. The program will pair neighborhoods