St. Louis is a Town with a Big Heart!
Rosalind, here. One of the characteristics that Keith and I like about St. Louis, our adopted hometown, is that it’s a town with a big heart. When we see a need, we help each other. ReedRADIO.com invites you to come out, and join us for an evening of fun and good music to benefit Gateway 180 Homeless Services. Tickets are $25 per person.
Join us on Saturday, October 14, 2017, 6:30pm – 10:30pm, at Harris Stowe College in Mid-Town St. Louis. With over 30 vendors, lots of music, and a raffle drawing, there will be lots to do and see. The entertainment is provided by local artists: Tim Cunningham, Cheryl Brown, and Anita Jackson…with our own premiere DJ Keith Reed providing our signature blend of the Smoothest Jazz-Soul on the Planet!
Gateway 180 is more than a temporary home to those seeking shelter. Gateway 180 offers a support system, and a long-term solution, to many of their clients. Their support services include housing and counseling services and programs that addresses the real issues surrounding homelessness. The goal of Gateway 180 is to assist their clients in becoming their own support system, and thus, ending the reasons behind their homelessness.
Keith and I are grateful that we are able to partner with Deaun Flowers and the Lou Fusz Automotive Group to shine a light on a problem that most urban cities have. Homelessness affects everyone, especially those that are most vulnerable: young children, the elderly, and people with mental illnesses. We hope those of you in the ReedRADIO.com community will come out on Saturday, October 14, 2017, 6:30pm – 10:30pm, to support Gateway 180. St. Louis is a town with a big heart.
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