Child Well-Being

St. Louis has a vast array of resources dedicated to education both inside and outside of the classroom, but what many people outside of the education world fail to realize is the fact that all of these resources are interconnected.

Instructions for using the map:
1: Click on any of the large colored circles to enlarge that section of the map
2: Hold you cursor over an agency to see a short description of their work
3: Click on the agency name to go directly to their website

Note: Red organizations provide services to the general populace. Blue Organizations provide service to or through other organizations. Green organizations provide services to both channels.

The Clark-Fox Family Foundation has compiled a map depicting how these organizations are connected within the landscape. The map is only a small portion of what St. Louis organizations have to offer. We intend for this map to be a way toward the better wellbeing of our children. Knowledge is power. We hope you will help us add to this map to make it as comprehensive as possible.

We’ve heard from school superintendents, principals, and social workers about the value of a resource like this map for connecting their schools to needed resources. We’ve heard from non-profit leaders and coalition builders about using this map to bring needed groups to the table, to collaborate, and to explore ways to improve the lives of children in our region. In short, these maps are making a difference in connecting us.


Don’t See a particular agency? Feedback? Click to fill out the form