Holiday Giving

Spread the Warmth

Looking for ways to share with your community? Below are some options for giving this season. 

Webster Rock Hill Ministries - Among other services, Webster Rock Hill Ministries operates a year-round food pantry, provides access to personal care items, and has a Thanksgiving and Christmas food program. Visit them online, call 314-961-5082 or email for information on how and what to donate. 

Emmanuel Episcopal Church - Emmanuel Episcopal operates a food pantry serving thousands of clients each year.  

The City is collecting food and personal care items for the food pantries at Webster Rock Hill Ministries and Emmanuel Episcopal at City Hall and the Recreation Complex through December 23. 

Webster Groves Schools are currently participating in food drives, and Bristol is collecting pajamas. Contact Cathy Vespereny at or 314-918-4006 for more information. 

Epworth Children and Family Services - Epworth has a number of holiday giving opportunities including family/individual wish lists. Additionally, they are collecting winter coats (teen-adult), gloves, scarves, and hats. 

In conjunction with the Webster Groves Library, the Arts Commission is collecting mittens, gloves, scarves, and hats for students at Bristol Primary and Hixson Middle School. Drop these items off on the mitten tree in the Library. 

Senior Roundtable - For over ten years, the Senior Roundtable has created and delivered holiday gift bags to seniors who spend the holidays without family and might otherwise have no gifts or visits. If you know of such a senior, please contact the Mayor at 314-963-5307. 

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