In 1858, Reverend Louis Nollau accepted the first child in the German Protestant Orphan's Home with the goal to offer children a place where they could heal and feel safe. Today, 150 years later and now known as ECH, we are still striving to keep Reverend Nollau's dream alive.
Hope For Tomorrow
Saturday, May 3, 2014
3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
At the Heavy Anchor
5226 Gravois Road
St. Louis, Mo 63116
$20 per person
(and will count as your yearly membership fee!)
Enjoy a fun-filled afternoon of networking,
raffles and betting on the Kentucky Derby.
All proceeds benefit children and youth served by ECH.
Contact Laura Kilcullin at 314-427-3755 x231
for more information.
Come join us for the
Benefitting ECH Every Child's Hope
Hosted by Randy Karraker
Monday, September 22, 2014
Noon Shotgun Start
Old Hickory Golf Club
Saint Peters, MO 63376
ECH Success Story: See the Video!
Success at ECH is a relative term. Young people experience success in many different forms. One young lady, Melissa, has worked her way through our Steppingstone program and now has her two children at the Early Education Center.
Here is her story:
ECH Every Child's Hope:
A Success Story
|My Buddy Program Mentors Needed in St. Louis|
ECH strives to offer the children living on our campus a holistic approach to their care. We work to match each child up with a "buddy," someone who can mentor them.