During February, the St. Louis hometown partnered with The Mission Continues: Operation Nourish and volunteered at the St. James AME Church. The Mission Continues is an organization that provides veterans and civilians with volunteer opportunities that improve educational resources, tackle food insecurity, foster neighborhood identity, and more. The St. Louis Community Engagement Team participated in the organization’s Operation Nourish initiative, which provides healthy food and hygiene products to low-income housing throughout The Ville and surrounding St. Louis Neighborhoods. The team spent the morning helping unload, sort, and reload perishable donations. For further information on The Mission Continues, please visit https://www.missioncontinues.org/.
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