Support St. Louis Neighbors Impacted by Flash Flooding
The St. Louis region and bi-state area continues to be impacted by flooding. The Regional Response Team (RRT), an initiative of the St. Louis Community Foundation, is working to build a centralized system of recovery response to populations most affected during crises such as natural disasters.
With the support of the Foundation, the RRT has launched a long-term recovery fund to support our neighbors who have been impacted by flash flooding.
The St. Louis Community Foundation and the RRT empathize with families and our nonprofit partners during this time. The RRT is dedicated to serving our communities and will continue to work towards the development of a structured and coordinated response infrastructure for the bi-state region.
St. Louis Community Foundation fund holders can make a donation from their funds via Fund Central or by contacting their donor services’ representative .
To support the Regional Response Team Long-Term Recovery Fund, please click here.
About the Regional Response Team
The Regional Response Team (RRT) was formed at the brink of the COVID-19 pandemic in an effort to build a centralized system of response with the capacity to strengthen the resilience and recovery of the populations most affected by COVID-19 and the structural inequities that amplify its adverse impacts. The mission of the RRT is to improve the health and well-being of underserved communities by mobilizing the nonprofit, philanthropic and public sectors to collaboratively address life threatening crises and systems’ dysfunctions. Click here to learn more about RRT.