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Funding

Financial resources for LifeBridge Partnership come from an annual appeal campaign, foundation grants, local community agencies, special events, investment income, bequests, our endowment, and gifts of real and personal property.

The local community agencies that provide funding to LifeBridge Partnership are:

United Way of Greater St. Louis – The United Way of Greater St. Louis helps one in three people in the St. Louis region annually. More than one million people each year are served through the United Way’s local partnership of 175 nonprofit agencies. Sixteen counties in Missouri and Illinois make up the United Way of Greater St. Louis service area.

Productive Living Board For St. Louis County Citizens with Developmental Disabilities – The PLB is a public taxing entity, commonly known as a “Senate Bill 40 Board” that enters into funding contracts with agencies that serve individuals with developmental disabilities in St. Louis County. The PLB funds 35 agencies within St. Louis County to provide assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Developmental Disability Resource Board – The DDRB is a public taxing entity, commonly known as a “Senate Bill 40 Board” that enters into funding contracts with agencies that serve individuals with developmental disabilities in St. Charles County. Twenty-eight agencies within the county provide services such as adult day programs, residential services, advocacy services, supported daycare, early intervention, family support, transitional programs, respite, sheltered workshop, adaptive equipment, supported employment, and recreation.

St. Louis Office for Developmental Disability Resources – The DD Resources is a public taxing entity, commonly known as a “Senate Bill 40 Board” that enters into funding contracts with agencies that serve individuals with developmental disabilities in St. Louis City. Each year over three million dollars is awarded to 43 agencies to provide on-going services to St. Louis City residents with developmental disabilities.

Variety the Children’s Charity of St. Louis – Variety has helped thousands of children with disabilities for more than 80 years. Variety the Children’s Charity distributes grants to 91 qualified partner agencies throughout the St. Louis area to fund programs and/or services that directly impact the lives of children with physical and/or mental disabilities. Variety St. Louis mission is “to help local children with disabilities reach their full potential by providing services every time they need assistance.”

Financials

2015 Audited Financial Statement

2015 Tax Form – 990

2015 Annual Report – BBB final

2014 Audited Financial Statement

2014 Tax Form – 990

2014 Annual Report – BBB final

2013 Audited Financial Statement

2013 Tax Form – 990

2013 Annual Report – BBB final

2012 Audited Financial Statement

2012 Tax Form 990

Better Business Bureau Accredited Charity

LifeBridge Partnership is a BBB accredited charity because it meets all 20 of the BBB Standards for Charity Accountability. Organizations that comply with these accountability standards have provided documentation that they meet basic standards:

– In how they govern their organization,

– In the ways they spend their money,

– In the truthfulness of their representations, and

– In their willingness to disclose basic information to the public.

Click here to review the BBB’s report on LifeBridge Partnership.

Title VI Program

Please click the link below to review our Public Notice, Complaint Procedures, and the Complaint Form.

Title VI documents