St. Louis’ longest-running program awarding area women for their volunteerism will recognize the class of 2019 during its 64th-annual awards on May 14.
Mawda Altayan didn’t know how to cook when she first got married, but she always took notes while her mother-in-law made her favorite meals.
"By creating our own events in our own community, where we have a safe place to get together, mourn and heal together, it's a tremendous thing to do together."
Welcome Neighbor STL Connects Syrian Refugees with the St. Louis Community through Supper Clubs and Catering
The group’s next public event will be held this Sat., Feb. 23, at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Ballwin from 6 to 8pm;
Yahoo! Finance's Melody Hahm spoke with Jessica Bueler about how the organization Welcome Neighbor STL grew from a single Nextdoor post into a volunteer group with more than 1,500 individuals.
Cooking classes led by immigrants and refugees are emerging all over the U.S., in cities large and small, from the League of Kitchens in New York City and Los Angeles to the Welcome Neighbor STL [...]