Giving Back

As a company we give back to our community.

Below are the non profit service organizations that we donate to and our patient will also donate to. When a patient brings in a donation either of books or food we take $10 off the bill during participating months only.

Peace Pantry

The Peace Pantry

The Peace Pantry is a non-profit food pantry that helps people in need in the communities of Cedar Hill, Dittmer, Catawissa, Morse Mill, Grubville and those areas in Robertsville that are in Jefferson County, Missouri. Our mission is to improve the health and well-being of those in need with emphasis on securing and providing food and clothing as well as giving nurturing spiritual support.

Ready to Learn

Ready To Learn

Ready To Learn partners with schools in the St. Louis area to give students the opportunity to own their first book and to encourage a love of reading. Book ownership is something new to these students, and Ready To Learn wants to give every student the opportunity to have a book of his or her own. Students choose books they find interesting, they write their names in their books, and at the end of the day, take them home to keep. Writing their names in the books is such a big deal to these students; many have never had a book to call their own. Sharing the love of reading and joy of book ownership with children is what Ready To Learn does best.

Arnold Food Pantry

Arnold Food Pantry & Treasure Shoppe

Our mission is to provide life sustaining food to those in need, and to treat each person we serve with dignity and respect. The Arnold Food Pantry today serves the less fortunate in most of the C-6 Fox school district, including regions of Imperial and Fenton. With 3 vans, food pick-ups are made at Schnucks, Dierbergs, Shop’n Save, Wal-Mart, Target, Trader Joes, Starbucks, St. Louis Bread Co., and many other restaurants throughout the St. Louis area. The Arnold Food Pantry volunteers stock the shelves7 days a week because hunger never takes a day off. The Pantry is now recognized as the largest non-denominational food distribution center in the St. Louis area that receives no government funding.