Ongoing Projects

Jobs for Teens

Our Summer Youth for Hire program is designed to prepare teens for the workforce.

St. Louis’ Out of School Food Program

We help to offer breakfast and lunch to children during the summer months to ensure they are getting 2 meals a day while out of school. This program is for children ages 6-12.

Summer Reading Institute
Job Readiness Training
Step Up to Leadership

JOIN THE mission

Emergency Food and Clothing - Collaborate with the Lively Stone Church of God to offer:
Thanksgiving Bountiful Food Baskets
Christmas of Hope

Energy Assistance through
Peoples’ Community Action Agency
(PCAC) and Community Action Agency St. Louis County (CAASTLC). We collaborate with these organizations and refer residents to them to assist and make aware of funding available from LIHEAP (Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program).
Liaison for AmerenUE and Spire - Registered with both utility companies to discuss residents to discuss bills and help with finding funds to prevent disconnection or restore service. The agencies allow us to discuss plans of action with the client.

St. Louis Science Center
As a community partner with the science center, awareness in science and math are experienced by our youth through jobs in the Youth Exploring Science (YES) program.

Domestic and Sexual Violence
Collaborative ties are just as important as partnerships for serving the victim and restoring stability. Collaborative efforts include, but not limited to referrals for legal and courts services, the victim is referred to the Crime Victim Advocacy Center.

Myron Gray, CCAP, NCRT

Executive Director

4020 St. Louis Avenue

St. Louis, Missouri 63107

 

Phone:  (314) 652-9196

Facsimile:  (314) 652-5451

 

*Email: myrongray@giacdc.org 

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