Our Belief

Courage—not boundaries—should define the potential of individuals and the character of communities. In order to bring out the true character of our communities, St. Louis Strong creates inclusive spaces for individuals to honestly share and advocate for policy solutions that address and realize our shared fears and aspirations. By doing so we're developing a united community with unbounded potential.

We believe courage creates community.

Our Mission

St. Louis Strong is a non-partisan nonprofit that seeks to create a healthier sense of community and promote a stronger economy by guiding residents through building their own future.

We seek to lift the Gateway region higher.

  • Upcoming events

    Wednesday, March 01, 2017 at 06:00 PM · 29 rsvps
    T-REX in St. Louis, MO

    March 2017 - Supporter Meeting

    Our founder is has a birthday on March 1st and what better way to celebrate than driving change in St. Louis!

    You're thoughtful, engaged, and passionate. Now it's time to put your skills into action. Join other forward-looking St. Louisans in building a new vision for St. Louis.

    Step up, because it's the people like you who make St. Louis Strong!

    Wednesday, April 05, 2017 at 06:00 PM · 2 rsvps
    T-REX in St. Louis, MO

    April 2017 - Supporter Meeting

  • Survey

    Reform Survey

    As a grassroots movement we're committed to incorporating the voice of the people into the creation of our restructuring plan. Please tell us what you would like to see by answering the following 10 questions. This is your opportunity to become a founding father or mother. Let's write the future together. St. Louis Strong has not adopted nor proposed a specific form of unification yet.

    The second to last question will ask you to describe your ideal structure. Please use as much or as little detail as you like. Try "Build a New St. Louis" to help create your vision.

  • Latest from the blog

    St. Louis Strong Opposes Chesterfield's Divided Region Resolution

    For Immediate Release January 4, 2017 Statement by Jake Hollander, Founder of St. Louis Strong to Chesterfield City Council Council members and Mr. Mayor, I’ve lived in Chesterfield the majority of my life, made life long friends here, learned to skate and play hockey here, gone on first dates and experienced heartbreaks here, celebrated almost every holiday with my family here. In essence, here is my home.
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    Starting with the Micro — Building Relationships Across STL

    Over our last 2.5 years in St. Louis, my wife (Maria) and I have learned a great deal about St. Louis's longstanding issues, from the Mike Brown shooting and its aftermath in Ferguson to the lack of interaction between folks separated by race, geography, and socioeconomic status. There is a dire lack of relationships across these historic divides (in St. Louis and beyond), and until we get out of our bubbles and get to know our neighbors in different walks of life, things aren't likely to get better. This year, let's bridge these historic divides together. If you'll be in the STL area on Saturday, January 21st, please join Maria and me as we get to know our neighbors and support small businesses in STL's Walnut Park East neighborhood. We'll visit two great restaurants, help build their online profiles on Yelp and Google, and clean up a neighborhood park. Should be a great opportunity to meet our neighbors and serve our community. We'd be honored if you joined us. The itinerary is below: 10.30am – 11.30am — Brunch at Debbie's Delights (CASH ONLY)5033 Riverview Blvd., St. Louis, MO 11.30am – 12.30pm — Park Clean-Up at Gregory J. Carter Park5800 Lillian Ave, St. Louis, MO(Trash bags provided; bring work gloves if you have them.) ~12.45pm — Tripe City5124 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO   All the best,Michael
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