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Midwest Digital Marketing Conference Returns to St. Louis

Posted by Ken Moire & filed under Events.

The Midwest Digital Marketing Conference (or “MDMC”) returns to Union Station in downtown St. Louis on April 12 & 13.


In its first year in 2013, known then as the State of Digital Media Marketing Conference, the conference was a half day event hosted at the J.C. Penney auditorium on the campus of University of Missouri St. Louis. Now in its fourth year, event organizers UMSL Digital are hoping to reach over 2,000 attendees! This will be the second year that the event is held at the historic and expansive Union Station.

Midwest Digital Marketing Conference

Spry Digital are proud sponsors of this year’s conference. You can get more information about our digital platforms and sustainable tech for business from company representatives at our table in the exhibitors hall, so come by and say hello.


Last year’s event included more than 50 speakers from digital leaders like BuzzFeed, Pandora, Refinery29, Pinterest, Under Armour, Johnson & Johnson, Eloqua, Ogilvy One, Google, Yahoo, Nielsen, eHarmony, LinkedIn, and more. This year’s event will once again have top speakers in areas of data, digital, e-commerce, creative, social media, tech and innovation.

Spry Digital’s Creative Director, Joe Duffin, will be on a panel discussion titled “Layers of Content: The Nuances and Evolution of Today’s Content Marketing Universe”.

We hope to see you at MDMC for what promises to be an inspiring two days of talks, networking, fun and digital!

For more information about location, speakers, schedule and tickets, visit the MDMC website.

Dispatches from the Spry Hive 2016: Week 12

Posted by James McDonnell & filed under Tips.

This post is part of a weekly series featuring the latest buzz around the Spry Hive.

Around Spry

This week we hosted St. Louis DevOps monthly meetup. The topic (presented by Spry partner Julia Koelsch) was Ansible. If you want to get in on this meetup, you can join the group here.

The Web & Apps

Compare and shop for TV, internet, and phone services, starting with Comcast, in the new Amazon Cable Store.

For the time-crunched bookworms out there, check out Serial Reader, a new iOS app with huge educational potential, that serves up bits and pieces of classic literature.


See what the world’s top architecture firms created when The Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) in Chicago sent them each 1,200 white legos for their newest exhibit.

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Since the 1940’s, Batman and Superman movies have had one iconic poster after another. Take a look back at some of the classics and see what The Poster Boys have come up with for Batman vs. Superman.

Web Design & Development

The Accessibility Team and WordPress are combining forces, announcing a set of Accessibility Coding Standards for all new or updated code releases.

Make your life significantly easier with these dirty tricks for front-end developers.

While on the topic of front-end, head over to Sitepoint to learn more about cleaning up a CSS codebase.


Discover which Irish novel was so good that people have been afraid of translating it for almost 70 years, until now.

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The third full week of March saw the unfortunate passing of two revolutionary minds. Andy Grove (79), former CEO of the tech giant Intel, left his mark world as one of the integral pioneers of the personal computer, while Malik Taylor (45), also known as Phife Dawg from A Tribe Called Quest, brought a social consciousness to hip-hop and helped shape the world of music as we know it.

Get in the mood for Easter with these hilariously anthropomorphic pictures of Peeps.

Not all Easter bunnies cute and cuddly, something clearly portrayed in a new Tumblr feed titled Sketchy Bunnies.

Enjoy the holiday weekend and don’t forget to fly by next week for more buzz around the Spry Hive.

Dispatches from the Spry Hive 2016: Week 11

Posted by James McDonnell & filed under Tips.

This post is part of a weekly series featuring the latest buzz around the Spry Hive.

Around Spry

This past Wednesday, we had the pleasure of hosting the Arts & Education Council of St. Louis’ Arts Marketers event, where we presented SEO strategies and tactics for content producers and website administrators that work for the Arts. We always enjoy sharing ideas with this group, so we can’t wait for the next one! Also, be sure to check out Arts & Education Council of St. Louis’ new website, a Drupal site designed and built by Spry Digital that includes a new crowdfunding portal.

While CiviDay, an annual, international celebration of all things CiviCRM, was originally February 24th, our local meetup was, unfortunately, postponed due to snow. The key word is “postponed”, though, as we are hosting a virtual CiviDay Makeup Meetup over lunch next week!

Artificial Intelligence

Find out what happened when the Google-owned Deepmind AlphaGo AI went head to head with the greatest Go player in the world.

UX Design / Prototyping

Adobe’s program for designing and prototyping websites and applications was recently re-branded as Adobe Experience Design (XD).

Looking to compete with Adobe XD, Invision has purchased Sketch’s prototyping plugin Silver Flows.

Web Design & Development

Government webpages are becoming significantly easier to create and navigate with the help of CivicActions, which is now available on Drupal.

Learn more about using Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project on your next WordPress website.

Ecommerce for WordPress just took a major step forward as you can now use Shopfiy for WordPress.

As if there were already enough reasons to secure your servers and website, research has shown that hacked sites suffer long term SEO penalties.


Managing the images on your social media profiles just got a whole lot easier with Landscape by Sprout Social.

What if kids presented your ideas? Full article http://goo.gl/NglYPS

Posted by Fantasy on Monday, March 14, 2016

There are times when you need something to that makes your presentation unique and easy to understand. So, why not have kids present your work?

Discover what’s so great about the Department of the Treasury’s DATA Act, a money tracking program that spurned out of the continuous push for increasing transparency in government,

That’s a wrap for Week 11 of 2016. Join us next Friday for more from the Spry Hive!

CiviCRM Tips: Applying a Discount Code After Event Registration

Posted by Sheila Burkett & filed under CiviTips.

CiviCRM & CiviEvent

Besides offering a plethora of donor and contact management tools for organizations, CiviCRM is also a great solution for organizations who wish to have event registration on their site. One of the features of CiviEvent, a collection of event management tools for CiviCRM, is that it provides the ability to offer a discount code to your audience at the time of registration.

While this feature makes it easy for your registrants to apply their own coupon code, sometimes they forget, in which case it’s up to administrators to apply the code. Since this isn’t something we do all of the time, it is difficult to remember the steps on how to apply the discount correctly.

These steps assume you have Event Discount turned on in CiviCRM.


Step 1:

Search for the participant’s Contact Record. I personally use the search field in the top left corner, but you can find the contact record in many ways.

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Step 2:

Click on the EVENTS tab.

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NOTE: We have a client where we have renamed events to be registrations. If you can’t find Events, it could have be renamed to something else.


Step 3:

View their event registration.

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Step 4:

Under EVENT TOTAL, you will see Change Selections. This is tricky to find as it is in the middle of the page.

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Step 5:

Click the Change Selections option. If you have DISCOUNTS turned on for this event, you will see the Discount option.


NOTE: If you don’t see the option for discounts and you have discounts turned on, then you need to make sure that the event discount code is configured correctly.


Step 6:

Enter the discount code and hit APPLY. That will apply the discount.


Step 7:

Be sure to hit SAVE after you have applied the discount.
The participant’s contribution record will now correctly show the correct amount that should be paid for the event. If they have already paid, then you will need to refund the participant manually or give them a discount on a further event.


CiviCRM is a free, open source web CRM solution that integrates with your Drupal, Joomla and WordPress CMS. Visit CiviCRM.org to learn more and to see how Spry Digital helps clients use CiviCRM.

Are you in St. Louis and want to learn more about CiviCRM and interact with direct users? Register for 2016 CiviDay for free!

Dispatches from the Spry Hive 2015: Week 44

Posted by James McDonnell & filed under Tips.

With Halloween only a day away now, the week’s news cycle has been heavily focused on preparing for the holiday. That didn’t stop the working world, though, which means we all have some catching up to do. So, sit back and enjoy this extra special Halloween edition of the Spry Hive.


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Source = Glowforge

After running the largest 30-day crowdfunding campaign ever, printing your dreams into reality just became an in-house job with the newest 3D Laser Printer, Glowforge.

InFocus is setting out to redefine the meaning of “pocket pc” with their new Windows 10-based PC, Kangaroo.


Already feel like emoticons and emojis are grossly overused? Well, now they’ve made their way into the courtroom.


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Source = Karl Stiefvater

Deep learning algorithms have been taking over the internet recently, and now you can turn any photo into a classical work of art. Someone has already reimagined previous presidents in the style of Picasso.

People have been designing replica Batmobiles since the comic series first surfaced. That said, how many of you have ever seen a Batmobile go-kart?


Github is central to the workflow of millions of developers, and has made a huge impact on open source development over the years. Did you know, though, that the companies hardest worker isn’t even a person?

Creating a beautiful, user-friendly form has never been easy. Check out Typeform today.

Looking for a way to test and build upon your coding skills? Then give thanks for Codevember, a 30 day challenge of 30 creative experiments.

If you frequently use jQuery, then you have to take a look at these tips that everyone should know.


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Source = New York Times

No matter what you want to call it, Earth’s geography continues to change around us at an alarming rate. Recently the New York Times released an amazingly beautiful piece on Greenland melting away.

Thanksgiving isn’t the only day people look forward to in November now that the Friday after has become the biggest day for sales out of the year. Don’t make any plans to stop by REI though, as they encourage everyone to go outside instead.

St. Louis, and everyone West of the Mississippi, celebrated the 50 year anniversary of the iconic Gateway Arch this past Wednesday.


We have all seen some fascinating carvings as we get closer to the holiday, but have you ever used a pumpkin to play tetris?

Proving that there is indeed life after death has never been easy, but “paranormal investigators” are making the most out of modern technologies and techniques to help bolster their case.

And just like that, we are one step closer to the holiday weekend and the beginning of November. Have fun out there, stay safe, and don’t forget to stop by next week for another dose of the Spry Hive.

Dispatches from the Spry Hive 2015: Week 35

Posted by James McDonnell & filed under Tips.

Welcome back to the Spry Hive! In a week where we discovered that some of our jobs would be in danger if 5th graders were allowed to design and develop, there was no shortage of news and events to cheers us all up. So, sit back and enjoy catching up on this week’s news, from major moves in the US Chess Federation to widespread internet outages.


Ever since the advent of video games in 1947, developers have worked tirelessly to create an interactive experience that looks and feels as real as possible. Well, the geniuses behind Realm Pictures on Youtube may have finally figured it out, utilizing services like Omegle, Skype, and Chatroulette to create ‘Real Life’ video games, turning their interactions into absolutely hilarious videos.

There have been some major, unexplained outages across the world since last evening. Though it’s become clear that Level3, one of the world’s largest Internet Service Providers for products like Xbox Live, Craigslist, and HBO Go, is dealing with some internal difficulties, the company has left its customers in the dark in terms of the outages’ cause.

Are you the type of person that would love nothing more than to bring your cat to work everyday? Aren’t we all? Well, now you can get your feline fix in the office with this new online generator that allows you to recreate the purr of your furry friend.

We appreciate a little help when it comes to organizing our personal projects. That’s why we use Trello, a system of lists and workflows that makes it easy to complete any project. The tool’s applications are boundless, and to help users get the most out of the platform, Trello has released their own list of ideas as inspiration.


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Source = Takumi

If you are a fan of the new Mad Max movie, Fury Road, then you have got to check out this reinterpretation of the story. Created by Japanese artist Takumi, the story is retold by masterfully combining the movie’s post-apocalyptic themes with the cryptic design of Egyptian Hieroglyphics.

While some designers have already begun migrating away from Adobe with other programs stepping up their game, the longtime king of creative software may have hurt themselves even more with their most recent updates to InDesign CC. Evidently, Adobe has decided to not include a slew of common fonts and typography, essentially leaving designers stranded.


Staying busy at the home base, we don’t make it to nearly as many conference as we’d like to. That’s why, when we came across this list of recent conference talks worth watching, we just had to share!

While you may be a master of code and development in general, how much do you know about the servers running and sharing your programs? A little sysadmin knowledge can go a long way for a developer, so, we want to introduce you to Servers for Hackers, which now offers all of their videos for free!



Source = Random House

There is no denying it, folks. We love history, we Love comics, and we LOVE beer. So, you can only imagine the joy and excitement around the office after we found out that a team was releasing a comic book about the 9000 year history of beer.

Some big news came out of Jackson,Wyoming this week as the town announced its plans to reduce the costs of transportation and food in general by using a vacant lot to build a gigantic, indoor, and public greenhouse. Thanks to their unusual, yet innovative, methods, the project is being heralded as one of the world’s first vertical farm.

While some sports fans in St. Louis are still reeling from the possibility of losing their pro-football team, the city’s chess fans just received some major news. Evidently, Fabiano Caruana, who currently sits as the 5th best chess player in the world, has decided to leave team Italy and relocate to the Gateway to the West, pledging allegiance to the US Chess Federation.

So, we hope you could once again find something entertaining or worthwhile to take away from the Spry Hive. Don’t forget to stop by next week and have the spryest of weekend!

Dispatches from the Spry Hive 2015: Week 25

Posted by James McDonnell & filed under Tips.

While many people may have been caught up in the excitement of E3 this week, the worlds of technology, design, and the internet kept pumping out announcements of their own. Between Net Neutrality going into law and a few more security breaches, we’ve all had plenty to talk about around the office. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s Spry Hive!


Before entering the cell-phone market, developing a feature-packed web browser, and becoming  an internet service provider, Google used to be a company simply dedicated to creating the best search engine. They were so successful that their name became a verb synonymous with ‘to search’. Well, this reigning supremacy might finally come to an end as Apple has been slowly preparing their own search engine that aims to one-up Google in every way possible.

The new Net Neutrality laws went into effect exactly one week ago today. In that short amount of time, the FCC feels that it already has enough evidence to charge AT&T $100 million for misleading unlimited data plans. Not only that, but Sprint announced that it will stop throttling customer’s bandwidth to avoid being fined in a similar manner.

This past week the Federal Trade Commission set some intriguing precedent following their first settlement with a failed crowdfunding campaign. Siting a severe mismanagement of funds that led to an incomplete project for investors, the FTC is requiring the irresponsible organizer to repay the vast majority of $120,000 that was crowdfunded.

If you are one of the millions of users saving your passwords through LastPass, you may want to know that the company discovered some suspicious activity this past week. While they are assuring their customers that their passwords are safe, they are recommending that most users change their master password.



Source = Oculus

Just before Microsoft stole the show at E3 with their stunning demo of the Hololens, the company Oculus quietly announced that they are attempting to push virtual reality beyond its visual barrier. Their newest task in the pursuit of creating a legitimately virtual reality seems to be the implementation of physical touch.

This past week a report was released detailing how specific Samsung mobile devices contain a serious security flaw in their Swiftkey keyboard software. The vulnerability, which affects nearly 600 million Galaxy S4, S5, and S6 owners, is most worrisome because users have no way of uninstalling the software.


In an attempt to prevent your website from looking bland and slow as your images are being fetched and loaded, a group of developers has created and released the platform called Gradify. The program takes any image that you upload and generates a gradient based on the images’ most prominent colors, creating a transitioning effect as your site loads.



Source = Manu Cornet/Bonkers World

For the longest time, it would have been crazy to compare the design of Google’s products to those of most other their competitors. Now days, though, thanks to their “all directions” approach to innovation shown above, their design team has thoroughly stepped up their game. According to Fast Company’s Cliff Kuang, Google may have even surpassed the design of Apple software.

Just the other week we were here talking about Adobe’s announcement that they were bringing the ability to create and use multiple art boards in the same file to Photoshop. Well, the time has come with the feature being released alongside a slew of other features in a major update for Creative Cloud.


Have you ever heard of the programming language named Julia that was created and released to the open source community by MIT? Well, if you are interested in developing programs for technical computing, then you’ve got to check out Julia Language (and no, we don’t mean the way our founder speaks). The language provides a comprehensive library of mathematical functions, a dynamic type system, and a slew of other features built for high performance computing.

If you haven’t learned AngularJS yet, then now is your chance! Code Academy now offers a 5-hour online course about how to code using Angular.

Alongside AngularJS, Flexbox Grids have been taking the development world by storm. George Martsoukos of Sitepoint.com has recognized the modules popularity, writing a great article about 3 tool sets that have begun utilizing Flexbox and his experience demoing each tool.


Heinz recently learned a valuable lesson about holding onto domain names and outdated QR codes. Evidently, the company failed to keep a domain registered for a QR code from an old campaign in Germany. Now, scanning the QR code unfortunately leads unsuspecting customers to an adult site.

For those who haven’t heard, the FBI has release a report detailing an investigation into the St. Louis Cardinals organization. The agency claims that a pair of Cardinals officials gained access to player data and scouting reports on the Houston Astros’ closed network that were supposed to be classified and confidential.

And like that, we’ve almost made it to another weekend; a weekend that is packed with both Father’s Day and the Summer Solstice. We hope this busy week’s news and lessons gave you at least one thing to get you through the next week, or maybe even a last minute gift idea for dad. Don’t forget to stop by next week, and, as always, have a spry weekend!

DrupalCamp St. Louis Is Right Around the Corner

Posted by Ken Moire & filed under Drupal.

Spry Digital is excited to announce the second inaugural DrupalCamp St. Louis. DrupalCamp STL.15 promises to be even bigger with a larger facility and an extended schedule. This year’s camp will span two days, June 20th through June 21st (with that Sunday hosting a code sprint for Drupal developers) and will be held downtown at Saint Louis University School of Law.

As Drupal developers, organizers (along with others in the St. Louis Drupal Users Group) and platinum sponsors of DrupalCamp STL.15, Spry Digital welcomes people of all skill levels wanting to learn about the Drupal content management system to attend this year’s DrupalCamp and be a part of the growing Drupal community in St. Louis.

St. Louis Drupal Users Group

St. Louis Drupal Users Group

With the increased space and time, The STLDUG was able to schedule more speakers than ever before while making room for code sprints on Sunday. Additionally, for the first time DrupalCamp will feature The Learning Lounge where new and intermediate Drupal users can brush up on their Drupal skills by spending one-on-one time with Drupal professionals.

The St. Louis Drupal Users Group has pulled together a great list of sessions to fill their two separate rooms. The Advanced Concepts Room has been set up for intermediate level Drupal developers looking to sharpen their skills on topics like securing your Drupal site and expanding your Drupal search. The Site Building Room will feature a mixture of beginner and intermediate topics like the basics of Git, the challenges of designing for a CMS, and successful content strategies.

DrupalCamp St. Louis Keynote Speaker Alina Mackenzie (alimac)

Keynote Speaker Alina Mackenzie (alimac)

This year’s keynote address, presented by Alina Mackenzie, will focus on why and how to become a part of the Drupal community. Based in Chicago, IL, she works as a developer and system administrator. Within the Drupal community, she is a camp organizer, speaker, and communications leader for DrupalCon mentored sprints. We are confident that her passion for organizing will make a lasting impression on attendees and we’re excited to host Alina for her first DrupalCamp St. Louis.

Help us keep Drupal thriving in St. Louis and the Midwest! Register today – $25 includes the price of admission for both days, lunch and a t-shirt. We hope to see you there!

Dispatches from the Spry Hive 2015: Week 22

Posted by James McDonnell & filed under Tips.

Even with the short week, it felt like a special treat making it back to Friday. From kitty DNA to yet another smart-watch, this shortened week provided plenty to gab about! So, sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s Spry Hive!


By now, we all know that the world loves just about everything about cats. Well, KittyBiome loves cats so much that they want you to send them your cat’s poop! Using the latest technology in DNA sequencing, the company wants to help develop new technologies, medicines, and practices that will make every cat happy by creating a library of feline DNA & microbial diversity.

Ever since the second edition of their product released, which features the extraordinarily unpopular DRM technology, Keurig Green Mountain has had a lot of trouble selling their machines. Consumers have once again shown that they will not financially support technology that limits their purchasing power, sending Keurig’s sales plummeting almost 25% during the first quarter of 2015.

Source = The Verge

Watch out Apple, Olio Devices is coming for you! Created by former developers from Apple, NASA, and Pixar, this new smart-watch is compatible with both iOS & Android and sports the most stylish and customizable design on the market.


Designers beware! Your list of critics just got a little larger and a lot closer to home. From the creators of The User is Drunk, where your site’s design is critiqued through the eyes of a well-lubricated developer, The User is My Mom pits your site against the senses of those who are far from tech savvy.

Source = easier.cc

Having to save and upload your files every time you want to share a file from Sketch is both obnoxious and tiresome. Thankfully, Sketch users can now easily share their artboards with the simplicity of sharing a URL using the new plugin EasyShare.

If you are a regular around Spry Hive, you probably noticed that we have been posting about and discussing Atomic Design with increasing frequency. For those who are unfamiliar with the process’ concepts, Brad Frost is covering the ins & outs of Atomic Design’s methodology & maintenance.


The developers at Facebook have been hard at work releasing a virtual machine called HHVM to use with their custom programming language Hack. Hack is a programming language that integrates seamlessly with PHP. What’s important, though, is that the language also includes type annotations, generics, collections, and lambdas, all of which PHP lacks.


Source = TechCrunc

This past week, some new data on female entrepreneurship was finally released. Evidently, the number of startups with at least one female founder has basically doubled since 2009!

Anybody that has visited or lives in St. Louis knows that the city isn’t lacking when it comes to bars and bar patrons. If you’re looking for anything from a brewery or sports bar to a restaurant or a place to find live, local music, the St. Louis area has you covered. This past week, Esquire Magazine named St. Louis the ‘Bar City’ of the year.

So, whether it’s a new found urge to tour this year’s ‘Bar City’, send someone your cat’s poop, or even just learn Atomic Design, we can all find something to take away from this past week. We hope you can make it back next week and wish you the spryest of weekends!

St. Louis Prepares To Give For Give STL Day

Posted by James McDonnell & filed under Events.

Since 2010, Spry Digital has worked with nonprofits to leverage open-source technologies including content management and digital donor/fundraising/event solutions that are affordable and scalable to help them manage their activities and reach their goals.

This year, several of our clients are participating in Give STL Day. Hosting the event that’s joining community foundations across the country on May 5, 2015, The Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation kicks off their 100th year of funding St. Louis Metro Area nonprofit organizations.

This year the fundraising campaign comes with various incentives to give. For example, some donors are offering to match the value of gifts given to specific nonprofit organizations. Additionally, the hosts will hold an hourly raffle, giving lucky donors a pair of tickets to see the St. Louis Cardinals! Here is the full list of prizes and incentives scheduled throughout the day.

For those interested in joining the day of giving, here’s a list of nonprofits that we work with that are participating in this year’s Give STL Day, as well as a link to their donations page on the foundation’s website:

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Chess Club and Scholastic Center of St. Louis

The Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis is the premier chess facility in the country.

Donate on Give STL Day

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Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design

Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design empowers you to experience the craft of our time by exhibiting artists’ work, educating all levels of students, and offering free classes and family programs.

Donate on Give STL Day

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Girls on the Run St. Louis

The mission of Girls on the Run St. Louis is to empower girls for a lifetime of healthy living. GOTR-STL inspires girls to be healthy, joyful, and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which integrates running.

Donate on Give STL Day

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Human Society of Monroe County

Helping Strays is dedicated to placing abandoned and homeless pets in loving new homes.

Donate on Give STL Day

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Project MEGSSS, Incorporated

Project MEGSSS has a mission to discover, inspire, and develop the talents of middle school students with extraordinary gifts in mathematics.

Donate on Give STL Day

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St. Louis Earth Day

St. Louis Earth Day makes every day Earth Day, cultivating environmental stewardship and engaging individuals, governments, businesses, schools and the non-profit sector in celebration, education and action to support a healthy and sustainable future.

Donate on Give STL Day

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Upstream Theater

Since 2005, Upstream Theater has been broadening theatrical horizons by presenting US premieres of works from around the world and innovative stagings of classics.

Another donor has pledged to match donations made!

Donate on Give STL Day

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Variety the Children’s Charity of St. Louis

Variety the Children’s Charity of St. Louis is a multi-faceted organization with one simple mission: to help local children with disabilities reach their full potential by providing services every time they need assistance.

Donate on Give STL Day

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World Chess Hall of Fame

The World Chess Hall of Fame (WCHOF) is a collecting institution situated in the heart of Saint Louis in the Central West End neighborhood.

Donate on Give STL Day

So, whether it is one of the organizations listed above or another participating organization, we hope that you are encouraged to give what you can to the St. Louis nonprofit(s) that you always wanted to or already support! Together, we can make St. Louis an even better place to live and do business!