Director's Message

Down Arrow

Each year, we serve hundreds of families in zip codes 63118 and 63104 through various social service programs – a record of service that we’re very proud of at Guardian Angel. When people are in need – whether that need is an overdue utility bill, an empty refrigerator, or few job prospects – we’re a trusted resource that can help. People come to us for emergency assistance, educational workshops and other self-sufficiency programming. It’s a holistic approach that provides a hand up, not just a hand out.

According to data from the United Way of Greater St. Louis, the types of social services we offer are among the most requested by callers to its emergency call line, #211. Guardian Angel is truly helping to meet a critical need in the community.

I invite you to learn more about our social service programs, find the help you need, or explore ways to support our work through volunteering and financial gifts.

Matt LeDuc, Interim Director of Social Services

Volunteer

17 Aug
Self- Sufficiency Class Teachers 2700 Cherokee Street St. Louis, MO
12 Aug
Back to School Event Volunteers & Ambassadors Peabody Elementary School
17 Aug
Weekend Cashier Angel Boutique Resale Shop
17 Aug
Weekday Cashier Angel Boutique Resale Shop

Upcoming Events

10 Sep
United Way of Greater St. Louis Giving Campaign

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The Angel Boutique Resale Shop is having a great sale this weekend. Now until Saturday, you can buy one clothing item and get the second item of equal or lesser value for FREE. There is a large selection of men, women, and children's clothing in all sizes, so come visit to find something perfect for you or your family. #shopforapurpose #shopstl ... See MoreSee Less

This weekend only: Buy one clothing item and get the second of equal or lesser price for FREE. We have tons of women, men, and children's clothing available. Come visit and save! Cherokee Street

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When quality food is scarce, Carol counts on our food pantry to keep her healthy and strong, and because she has food to eat, she can continue to volunteer and help others in her neighborhood. #pathtopossible ... See MoreSee Less

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