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Student and Service Organizations
Projects that need your help:

Billiken Bounty Student Food Pantry

The mission of the Billiken Bounty Student Food Pantry is to provide a sustainable on-campus resource to help alleviate food insecurity among SLU students. The pantry provides a safe place where students can choose from a variety of healthy foods, as well as find information and connections to other local and campus resources for personal and academic success. Funds raised today will help purchase much-needed items for the pantry.

Goal: $1,500

Fund: Billiken Bounty Student Food Pantry (11440)


Billiken Teacher Corps

The Billiken Teacher Corps (BTC) of Saint Louis University is a unique service-learning opportunity for faith-driven college graduates to have a transformative impact in under-resourced Catholic schools in St. Louis, Mo. and Springfield, Ill. For two years, the fellows live in an intentional faith community while teaching full time and earning their Master of Arts in Teaching degree with full tuition remission. BTC fellows live the Jesuit mission of being men and women for and with others.

Goal: $2,500

Fund: Billiken Teacher Corps (11355)


Billikens for All

In response to the current crisis, the University has established a central fund to support SLU's outreach efforts to the surrounding community. This fund will be administered by the Department of Campus Ministry and will allow University programs and service organizations the opportunity to request additional resources to continue to serve the region’s most needy. Your gift to the Billiken's for All fund will allow groups such as Labre, Campus Kitchen, and APO (just to name a few!) to extend their reach and provide additional community support throughout the pandemic and thereafter.

Goal: $2,500

Fund: Billikens for All (11475)

 

Campus Kitchen

Campus Kitchen Saint Louis University (CKSLU) has been a part of the University since 2001 and is a student-led volunteer organization dedicated to fighting for food justice in and around our SLU neighborhood. Campus Kitchen participants have opportunities to investigate and promote various food justice and hunger advocacy initiatives, as well as form meaningful personal relationships with those they serve. Funds raised today will go toward building a new urban farm, growing the Beyond the Meal program and purchasing baking supplies.

Goal: $2,500

Fund: Campus Kitchen (11321)


Health Resource Center

The SLU Health Resource Center (HRC) provides basic medical services such as work or school physicals, acute care visits and laboratory testing at no cost to uninsured or underinsured patients in North St. Louis. SLU student volunteers at the clinic learn to perform a comprehensive history and physical exam and learn to identify and address behavioral and social factors relating to addiction. The HRC is interdisciplinary, with students from the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, the Trudy Busch Valentine School of Nursing and Doisy College of Health Sciences. 

Goal: $2,500

Fund: Health Resource Center Fund (10508)


Interdisciplinary Center for Autism Services

Saint Louis University's Interdisciplinary Center for Autism Services provides an in-depth diagnostic evaluation for school-age clients that may qualify for a medical diagnosis of autism. These services will reduce the waiting list for autism diagnoses services in the area and provide support for families through the evaluation process. Today, your gift will go toward financial support for low-income families needing an evaluation and school support for special education services, sensory equipment, and testing protocols.

Goal: $5,000

Fund: Interdisciplinary Center for Autism Services (11381)


Law School Clinic Fund

Gifts to this fund today will support SLU’s ongoing efforts to provide practical and experiential learning opportunities through the SLU LAW clinics. These include the Civil Advocacy Clinic, the Criminal Defense Clinic, the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic and the Human Rights at Home Litigation Clinic. Today, all gifts to the Law School Clinic Fund will be matched by generous alumna Christine Zinter (LAW '15), up to $500!

Goal: $5,000

Fund: Law School Clinic Fund (00063)


The Micah Program

The Micah Program seeks to fulfill SLU's mission by focusing on pillars of academics, service, leadership and interfaith community. Integrated around themes of social justice, the program is informed by faith and takes its name from the Biblical prophet Micah, who spoke out against social inequities in ancient Israel. The program welcomes students from all faiths and all areas of study to live together in community. Gifts today will help the Micah Program engage in service projects that will meet the immediate needs of our current service sites that go beyond the program’s traditional tutoring services.

Goal: $1,500

Fund: Micah House Community Outreach Projects (10773)

 

Service Leadership Program

The Service Leadership Program in the Chaifetz School of Business is rooted in SLU's Jesuit values and commitment to community engagement. Through the Service Leadership Program, students grow into leaders who think ethically and innovatively to solve problems. To achieve their Service Leadership Certificate, students fulfill 200 hours of community service, 12 leadership workshops and 15 credit hours of coursework during their undergraduate program. Funds raised from SLU Giving Day will help expand the program and engage even more of the St. Louis community.

Goal:  $5,000

Fund:  Service Leadership Fund (10698)


Students Helping Students Scholarship Fund

Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) is proud to promote the Students Helping Students Scholarship, an emergency, need-based scholarship for students. This fund provides immediate one-time assistance to Billikens who find themselves in temporary need of additional funds to stay enrolled in classes and make progress toward graduation. When you give to the Students Helping Students Scholarship, you are helping Billikens achieve their goals. 

Goal: $500

Fund: Students Helping Students Scholarship (29163)


SLU Honors Program

The University Honors Program engages intellectually curious and academically successful students so they may use their talents in service to society. Your gift supports honors students' original research projects, study abroad opportunities in the form of need-based grants, and conference travel for professional development and research presentations.

Goal: $1,000

Fund: Honors Program Development (11439)


SLU Prison Education Program

The Prison Education Program at Saint Louis University is a Jesuit-inspired initiative that provides access to high-quality liberal arts education for people who are incarcerated and prison staff. For SLU Giving Day, the program is asking for funding toward the Bridge Scholarship. This scholarship fund benefits full-time or part-time undergraduate students who have completed an Associates of Arts degree through the Prison Education Program and are now pursuing a bachelor’s degree in any area of study. The student must be in good academic standing and demonstrate financial need. Today’s $2,500 goal would cover tuition, fees and books for one course toward a bachelor’s degree.

Goal: $2,500

Fund: Bridge Scholarship (29237)

 

Student Mental Health

The newly-established Health Promotion and Education Fund will support the increase of mental health resources for our students. The top priority is mental health first aid training for students, faculty and staff on campus so that the needs of all students can be better addressed. Your gift today will help this goal become a reality.

Goal: $2,500

Fund: Health Promotion and Education Fund Support (11493)

$100,000
Overall Challenge Gift
In honor of SLU Giving Day, esteemed alumnus Rudi Roeslein (IT ’71) has graciously agreed to give $100,000 to Saint Louis University once we reach 500 donors today. “I am so privileged and honored to help these young adults, who are the future leaders of our country,” Roeslein said.
500 / 500 Donors
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$3,800
McCulla Bridge Fund Challenge
The Summer Science Research Program for High School Students provides an immersive research experience for high school students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds. In this program, students work with faculty mentors on summer research projects and take part in career readiness activities. Today, once 10 gifts are made to the McCulla Bridge fund, an additional $1,200 will be unlocked by generous faculty member Ryan McCulla. Once 20 gifts have been made, an additional $3,800 will be unlocked from generous alumnus Kyle Howerton. (AS '08).
20 / 20 Gifts
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Law School Clinic Fund
Gifts to this fund today will support our ongoing efforts to provide practical and experiential learning opportunities through the SLU LAW clinics. These include the Civil Advocacy Clinic, the Criminal Defense Clinic, the Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic and the Human Rights at Home Litigation Clinic. Today, all gifts to Law School Clinic Fund will be matched by generous alumna Christine Zinter (LAW '15), up to $500!
$500 MATCHED
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