Join us in our mission of supporting those who need it most
Our focus is on the residents, businesses, and visitors to our area
We strive to instill our work and values to the next generation
Everyone is welcome to join us for a wide variety of fun
The United Nations estimates that a child dies every 6 seconds because of hunger and related causes, and that 15.3 million children under 18 in the United States live in households where they’re unable to consistently access enough nutritious food needed for a healthy life. In partnership with Kids Against Hunger® of St. Peters, the CCFR Community Outreach is “feeding families around the world…and around the corner.” For more information about Kids for Hunger, visit www.kidsagainsthunger.org
No child should have to go without a coat! Working with the elementary schools in our fire district to identify children in need of cold-weather clothing, we meet the need…no matter the number of kids needing help.
For several years now, CCFR Community Outreach has participated in the Big Kahuna Bartender Challenge, a fundraiser to support Community Living. Serving over 1,100 children, adults, and their families, Community Living is a local non-profit that works to enrich the lives of people with disabilities so they can achieve their highest potential. Check them out at www.communitylivingmo.org
When one of our own was diagnosed with MS in 2012 at the young age of 28, we became very passionate for finding a cure to this debilitating disease. We’ve donated over $36,000 to find the cure, and every year, we participate in the MS walkathon by walking, running, and volunteering wherever we can.
On behalf of all our sponsors, thanks to all of the participants for making last year’s Mud Volleyball Tournament another success, helping to raise funds for DASA and the continuing efforts of the CCFR Community Outreach.
This year we look to help approximately 15 families have a little brighter Christmas by providing needed clothes and some special presents under their tree.
The families have the choice to remain anonymous or Santa lets us drop the gifts off on the fire truck to the kids a couple days before Christmas.