Investing in Kids.
Creating Brighter Futures.
At the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund (CSF), we invest in local nonprofits and governmental entities to provide mental and behavioral health services for kids and families in St. Louis County.
2020-2023 Core &
We are thrilled to announce our 2023-2026 Core Funding partners! We’re investing $150 million into 72 local organizations providing mental and behavioral health services to kids and families.
Our Impact on Children’s Mental Health Services in St. Louis County.
Our mission is to improve the lives of kids and families in St. Louis County by strategically investing in the creation and maintenance of an integrated system of care that delivers effective mental and behavioral health services.
How We Fund
Who We Fund
Approved by voters in 2008, the St. Louis County Putting Kids First Campaign created a community children’s fund for specific behavioral and mental health service needs. Since then, we have invested over $550 million in local nonprofits and governmental agencies. Learn more about the partners we fund.
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Staying Connected with the Community.
The Life and Legacy of Dr. John M. Anderson
Since 2014, we at the St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund, have recognized exceptional mental health professionals in the St. Louis region through the John M. Anderson Excellence in Mental Health Award. So who was Dr. Anderson?
2022 Year In Review
As 2022 comes to a close, CSF Executive Director Emily Koenig reflects on a year of growth, connection, and accomplishments.
What Does It Mean To Be A CSF Community Reviewer?
Each time we open a new funding opportunity at St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund, our goal is to make sure we’re funding organizations that offer the right mental and behavioral health services for kids and families in St. Louis County. We are entrusted with...