2019 Fund Allocations
An informal educational program through which parents, interested adults, and youth help young people develop confidence, social, skills, decision-making abilities, and physical skills necessary for richer, responsible lives.
Phone: (573) 634-2824
ABLE Learning Center
Teaches adults and middle school students to read or improve reading skills. Uses volunteers as tutors and supplies all materials needed. All services provided confidentially.
Phone: (573) 636-5558
American Red Cross,
Heart of Missouri Chapter
Provides communication services for military personnel and their families, and disaster education and assistance to individuals and responders. Offers health and safety and aquatics training.
Phone: (573) 635-1132
Boy Scouts of America,
Great Rivers Council
Service agency for youth, instilling character and citizenship responsibilities, provides leadership training, and teaches life skills to boys and young men and women.
Phone: (800) 726-8852
Boys and Girls Club of Jefferson City
Helps youth from all backgrounds develop qualities to become responsible, successful citizens and leaders through academic, physical and social development programs.
Phone: (573) 634-2582
Capital City CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)
Advocates for the "best interests" of abused and neglected children within the 19th Judicial Circuit of Cole County based on the firm belief that children are entitled to a safe and permanent home environment. This is accomplished through trained and dedicated volunteers who are assigned to specific cases and, in cooperation with the Juvenile Court, key agencies, legal counsel and community resources.
Phone: (573) 893-2272
Capitol Projects Sheltered Workshop
Provides meaningful employment in accommodating setting for the disabled in the Jefferson City area.
Phone: (573) 634-3660
Central Missouri Foster Care & Adoption Association
Multifaceted organization that educates, provides crisis response, supports and advocates for foster and adoptive children, youth and families in central Missouri.
Phone: (573) 298-0258
Community Health Center of Central Missouri
Provides medical, dental and mental health services to residents of Cole, Osage, and Moniteau counties regardless of the patient's ability to pay.
Phone for Cole County:
Phone for Osage County:
Phone for Moniteau County:
Compass Health Network
Provides a continuum of community mental health services, including individual counseling, marital and family counseling, psychiatric rehabilitation, psychiatry and medication services, and adolescent substance abuse counseling.
Phone: (573) 634-3000
Council for Drug Free Youth
Educates and informs the community about the problem of underage drug use. Works to bring together parents, schools, law enforcement, businesses, churches, and teens to find ways to encourage teen-agers to be drug and alcohol-free.
Phone: (573) 636-2411
Dreams to Reality Resale & Boutique
Helps low-income women meet their employment goals and build self-confidence by providing appropriate interview and business apparel, motivation and follow-up support.
Phone: (573) 681-9675
Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland
Helps girls ages 5-17 develop confidence and leadership skills while discovering fun, friendship, and the power of girls together.
Phone: (573) 893-5505
Homemaker Health Care
Loans eqiupment such as hospital beds, bedside toilets, wheelchairs, and shower benches to individuals struggling to live independently in their own homes at no cost. Homemaker Health Care also loans The Caring Chair -- a lifting recliner -- to breast cancer patients recovering from a mastectomy or double mastectomy surgery to help those individuals recover from surgery.
Phone: (573) 635-6603
Jefferson City Area YMCA
Child Development Center
Provides education and care for children ages birth to five. Assists children in four developmental areas: social, emotional, cognitive, and physical.
Phone: (573) 761-9000
Little Explorers Discovery Center (Formerly Jefferson City Day Care Center)
Day care center licensed for 99 children ages birth to 10. Has sliding fee scale and accredited early childhood education program.
Phone: (573) 636-6461
Missouri Valley Big Brothers
Mentoring organization that provides a one-to-one match with adult volunteers and children ages 6-14, primarily from single-parent homes. Offers community-based and school/site-based match opportunities.
Phone: (573) 634-3290
Osage County Community Living
Provides disabled persons in Osage County with housing and services specially designed to meet their physical, social, and psychological needs. Services include transportation, social activities, and personal assistance.
Phone: (573) 897-2991
Rape and Abuse Crisis Service (RACS)
Provides shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families. Services include a 24-hour hotline, counseling, support groups, advocacy, and referrals.
Phone: (573) 634-8346 or 24-hour Crisis Hotline: (800) 303-0013
Salvation Army Center of Hope
Provides assistance to low-income individuals and families in crisis. Operates homeless shelter and offers emergency food, clothing, medicine, rent and utility assistance, as well as character-building programs for youth and adults, counseling and referrals. Also provides seasonal assistance at Christmas, visits to individuals in nursing homes, and distributes school supplies to needy children.
Phone: (573) 635-1975
Senior Nutrition Council
Provides nutritionally-balanced meals to homebound adults ages 60 or older. Congregate meals are provided at Clark and Capital Mall sites.
Phone: (573) 634-8020 Clark site
*The Capital Mall site has closed. An alternate location will be finalized soon; stay tuned for more.
Special Learning Center
Provides pre-school programs for children ages birth to six with and without developmental disabilities. Services include physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Transportation and sign language classes available.
Phone: (573) 634-3070
The Food Bank for Central & Northeast Missouri
Coordinates a bulk food warehouse for the collection and distribution of food to area pantries, soup kitchens, and other charities. Food is received by corporate donation or purchased with donated funds.
Phone: (800) 764-3663
The Sneaker Project
Provides shoes to low-income school children through vouchers for use at local stores. Referrals are made by school nurses and principals.
Phone: (573) 761-6204
Offers programs for children, adults, and seniors that develop body, mind, and spirit. Programs include day camp, swimming lessons, and school age child care.
Phone: (573) 348-9230