Pay it Forward

Begun as Hope for the City, Matter was the byproduct of business owners Dennis and Megan Doyle of Welsh & Colliers International asking themselves how they can make lasting change in the world.

On September 11, 2017, approximately 1,000 workers, including 200 full-time Ameren Missouri and Ameren Illinois employees plus assorted contractors, headed to Florida to support their colleagues at Duke Energy on a mutual assistance call.

Internist Sue Abkowitz Crawford has practiced medicine in many remote parts of the world for much of her professional career.

Throughout the United States, billions of dollars in surplus medical equipment goes to waste every year.

In the 1940s and 1950s, polio was at its peak in the United States. Lloyd Hanna remembers it well because, as a young man, he had a bout with the disease. And like many Americans, he might not have been able to beat it on his own. “If the March of Dimes hadn’t helped my […]

The Project Perfect World Foundation aims to support the health care needs of underserved children throughout the world.

According to estimates from the World Health Organization, about one-half to two-thirds of the Earth’s population has not had access to basic medical imaging services like X-ray and ultrasound

Since 2004, PEP has focused on serving men in Texas state prisons who are within three years of their release dates.

The Special Smiles initiative works to screen athletes for dental and oral health concerns.

Supporting communities in need with donations of medical equipment.

Begun as Hope for the City, Matter was the byproduct of business owners Dennis and Megan Doyle of Welsh & Colliers International asking themselves how they can make lasting change in the world.

On September 11, 2017, approximately 1,000 workers, including 200 full-time Ameren Missouri and Ameren Illinois employees plus assorted contractors, headed to Florida to support their colleagues at Duke Energy on a mutual assistance call.

Internist Sue Abkowitz Crawford has practiced medicine in many remote parts of the world for much of her professional career.

Throughout the United States, billions of dollars in surplus medical equipment goes to waste every year.

In the 1940s and 1950s, polio was at its peak in the United States. Lloyd Hanna remembers it well because, as a young man, he had a bout with the disease. And like many Americans, he might not have been able to beat it on his own. “If the March of Dimes hadn’t helped my […]

The Project Perfect World Foundation aims to support the health care needs of underserved children throughout the world.

According to estimates from the World Health Organization, about one-half to two-thirds of the Earth’s population has not had access to basic medical imaging services like X-ray and ultrasound

Since 2004, PEP has focused on serving men in Texas state prisons who are within three years of their release dates.

The Special Smiles initiative works to screen athletes for dental and oral health concerns.

Supporting communities in need with donations of medical equipment.