Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

C.H.A.M.P. stands for the Coalition for Headache And Migraine Patients.

Charity Issue: Like a C.H.A.M.P.

Owen Spiegel, features + in-depth editor December 5, 2022

Everyone has had a headache before. They suck. But for most of us, they’re minor and tend to go away quickly. But for people with frequent headaches and migraine conditions, simple head pain can make...

Mary Meyer, board secretary and volunteer, cant help but cry when discussing Angel’s Arms, a program which has allowed her to gain new perspectives on the foster care system.

Charity Issue: Giving foster kids a better shot

Madeleine Krewet, opinions writer December 2, 2022

Mary Meyer, board secretary and volunteer, can't help but cry when discussing Angel’s Arms, a program which has allowed her to gain new perspectives on the foster care system. Their goal is to help foster...

Our Little Haven  provides and emotional health services for children.

Charity Issue: Our little haven

Allie Caffey, entertainment writer December 2, 2022

A child unloved by their mother. A child beaten by someone they should look up to. A child crying alone in a place where they should feel safe. Our Little Haven is a St. Louis charity that helps young...

SPENSA is a non-profit volunteer organization that gives people ages 5 to 21 with physical and mental disabilities the opportunity to play in organized soccer games.

Charity Issue: A game for all

Zach Thomson, social media editor November 30, 2022

On Saturday mornings during the fall and spring, excitement fills the air at the World Wide Technology Soccer Park. With soccer balls being kicked from every direction, the players of the Special Needs...

Sweet Celebrations is a non-profit organization that provides personalized parties to children experiencing homelessness.

Charity Issue: Bringing the life to the party

Sim Khanuja, editor-in-chief November 30, 2022

The room is lined with gleaming decorations, a specialized banner etched with the words “Happy Birthday” strung high. Juice boxes are scattered across the table, prizes sitting in the corner ready...

Equine Assisted Therapy is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide horsemanship experiences to people with mental, physical and psychological challenges in order to enhance the quality and productivity of their lives.

Charity Issue: Healing through horses

Kylie Madden, features + in-depth editor November 28, 2022

Some people get therapy from a counselor or physical therapist. But at Equine Assisted Therapy, people find their comfort through horses. Founded in 2004, Equine Assisted Therapy is a non-profit organization...

Jamie Vann, KHS mom, is the founder and president of Spirit of Discovery Park (SoDP), the second fully accessible amusement park in the world that will be located in St. Louis.

A park for every body

Ava Duggin, web managing editor February 15, 2022

Jamie Vann was at Target in one of the food isles when she ran into her friend. Vann found out that she had just visited Morgan’s Wonderland, the only “Ultra-Accessible” theme park for every age...

On Nov. 9, Sara McGinnis  opened Whisker Station, a cat lounge in downtown Kirkwood.

Charity Issue: A purrfect home

Ava Duggin, web managing editor December 2, 2021

A wall runs through the middle of the business. On one side there is a cashier counter with a vending machine and snacks. The other side is filled with couches and chairs. Throughout the room there are...

LArche St. Louis provides care and assisstance to people with intellectual disabilities.

Charity Issue: We are family

Grace Marcus, print managing editor December 1, 2021

  Like many family homes in St. Louis, the people living in Joyful House enjoy spending time together cooking and sharing meals, watching movies or relaxing. But unlike many family homes in...

Home Sweet Home serves over 600 families a year with its furniture warehouse.

Charity issue: From house to home

Emma Patt, features writer November 9, 2021

A floral patterned quilt, large enough for a queen sized bed. A dish set made for a family of six. A blender and toaster, perfect for a new kitchen. All of these common household items can be found within...

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