• 2013

    mobot“The Missouri Botanical Garden opened to the public in 1859 and began to grow in the European tradition of horticultural display combined with education and the search for new knowledge. Today, 153 years after opening, the Missouri Botanical Garden is a National Historic Landmark and a center for science and conservation, education and horticulture.” A loyal client of The Daniel and Henry Co. for over 25 years, they continue their mission “to discover and share knowledge about plants and their environment in order to preserve and enrich life.”

    For more information about the Missouri Botanical Garden, click here.


    lydiashouse“Lydia’s House works in faith to end domestic violence by being a place of healing and a voice of hope for abused women and their children..by providing safe, affordable transitional housing.” A newer client to our firm since 2005, Lydia’s House has been serving our community since 1994.

    For more information about Lydia’s House, click here.


    campbellhouse“The Campbell House Museum is one of the most historically significant Nineteenth Century buildings in St. Louis, The museum is dedicated to continually reinterpreting its collections for exploring issues such as: the exploration of urban economies, emigration, historic preservation….” Our founder, Jesse Henry, was involved in the preservation of this building as a St. Louis landmark. They have been a loyal client of our firm for over 20 years.

    For more information on The Campbell House Foundation, click here.


    zoo1992 was a memorable year at the St. Louis Zoo. Raja arrived, the first captive born elephant at St. Louis Zoo. And, Daniel & Henry because we became their insurance broker. We are proud to remain their broker for over 20 years!

    Their Mission is “to conserve animals and their habitat through animal management, research, recreation and educations programs that encourage the support and enrich the experience of the public.” Their Core Values include Stewardship, Tradition, Customer Focus, Leadership, Knowledge, Integrity, Teamwork, Diversity and Accountability.

    A cherished client for over 20 years and good neighbor! For more information, please click here.


    CAMThe Contemporary Art Museum (CAM) has been a client of Daniel & Henry for over 20 years. The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis “is one of the leading voices in the world of contemporary art. CAM is dedicated to exhibiting the visual arts and artists of our time and to producing nationally recognized education programs. CAM focuses its efforts on featuring local, national and international, well-known and newly established artists from diverse backgrounds, working in all types of media.”

    For more information, click here.


    sheldonThe Sheldon Memorial opened its doors in 1912 as the home of the Ethical Society of St. Louis and was host to many notable guest speakers and artists. The St. Louis Globe Democrat declared: “Acoustics found perfect”. It has been called the “The Carnegie Hall of the Midwest”. The Sheldon has been a Daniel & Henry client since 1984 when a California attorney who had a love of chamber music, purchased it and began restoration. Paul Reuter became executive director in 1994 and major renovations to the Concert Hall, Ballroom and adjoining Annex have taken place. Today it is the site of over 350 events each year including great jazz, folk and classical music artists. “The Sheldon Arts Foundation is committed to the preservation and operation of the historic Sheldon Concert Hall and is dedicated to enriching the greater St. Louis region and beyond with a wide range of music, visual arts and educational programs of the highest quality, diversity and educational impact.

    For more information on The Sheldon, please click here.


    gracehillGrace Hill is comprised of sister agencies Grace Hill Health Centers, Inc and Grace Hill Settlement House. The Settlement House was founded in 1903 by the Episcopal Diocese to help immigrant families “settle into their new neighborhood” on the near north side of St. Louis. Now it serves neighborhoods through the City of St. Louis and St. Charles County. Grace Hill Health Centers began in 1906 with a small community health and pharmaceutical service. Now it operates five Health Centers and a community health program in the city. Daniel & Henry has had the privilege of being their insurance broker for over eight years.

    For more information on Grace Hill, please click here.


    Cornerstone_logoCornerstone Center for Early Learning prepares each child for a lifetime of opportunity. As St. Louis’ first accredited early learning facility, Cornerstone Center is devoted to enriching the lives of children during the critical period of development. Cornerstone Center for Early Learning provides high-quality, affordable, comprehensive care and education for children while following a Constructivist philosophy that governs all aspects of operation. As a nonprofit, United Way agency, the Center enables parents to enter or remain in the workforce, or to seek higher education. Cornerstone Center encourages the development of all people within its sphere, promoting the autonomy, creativity, and initiative of children, staff, and family members.

    To learn more about Cornerstone Center for Early Learning, click here.


    cancersupportcenterThe Cancer Support Community is an international non-profit dedicated to providing support, education and hope to people affected by cancer. CSC offers a menu of personalized services and education for all people affected by cancer. Its global network brings the highest quality cancer support to the millions of people touched by cancer. These support services are available through a network of professionally-led community-based centers, hospitals, community oncology practices and online, so that no one has to face cancer alone.

    In July 2009, The Wellness Community and Gilda’s Club Worldwide joined forces to become the Cancer Support Community. By helping to complete the cancer care plan, CSC optimizes patient care by providing essential, but often overlooked, services including support groups, counseling, education and healthy lifestyle programs. Today, CSC provides the highest quality emotional and social support through a network of more than 50 local affiliates, 100 satellite locations and online.

    To learn more about Cancer Support Community, please click here.


    Coalition_Logo_HorizontalFoster and Adoptive Care Coalition is a non-profit organization founded in 1989. Their primary focus is to recruit new foster/adoptive homes and provide the resources to help those parents through support groups, training, advocacy, crisis intervention, two resale shops and their “Little Wishes” program. They help connect all the other resources to help foster families find a permanent home and encourage adoptive families. They have been our client since their founding in 1989.

    To learn more about Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition here.


    angels_arms_logoAngels’ Arms believes that foster children deserve the chance to be children, to be part of a family and a community, and to live up to their potential. In their nine home, Angels’ Arms provides more than a “roof” for foster parents and children. They provide them with numerous services and resources including monthly activities and meals, to clothing and health issues. Founder and Executive Director, Bess Wilfong, rallied support from fellow foster parents, friends, family and educators, and Angels’ Arms was founded as a grassroots organization in 2000.

    To learn more about Angels’ Arms click here.


    scoutsGirl Scouts of Eastern Missouri serves 60,000 girls in St. Louis City and 28 surrounding counties. It supports three council camps which are Camp Cedarledge, Camp Fiddlecreek and Camp Tuckahoo. In partnership with committed adults, girls develop qualities that will serve them all their lives, like strong values and self-worth. They have been a client since 2007.

    To learn more about the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, click here.


    runGirls on the Run® was established in 1996 on Charlotte, North Carolina. The Girls on the Run® curricula, the heart of the program, provides pre-adolescent girls with the necessary tools to embrace their individual strengths and successfully navigate life experiences. The earliest version of the 24 lesson curriculum was piloted in 1996 with the help of thirteen brave girls. Twenty-six girls came the next season, then seventy-five. In 2000, Girls on the Run International, a 501C3 organization was born.

    With the help of over 55,000 volunteers, the Girls on the Run program is now serving over 130,000 girls in 200+ cities across North America each year. In 2012, Girls on the Run hosted 253 end-of-season 5k events across the United States and Canada.

    This is a relatively new organization to St. Louis and we are proud to be their insurance provider.

    To learn more about Girls on the Run®, click here.


    humaneSince 1870, the Humane Society of Missouri has been dedicated to second chances. They provide a safe and caring haven to all animals in need – large and small – that have been abused, neglected or abandoned. Their mission is to end the cycle of abuse and pet overpopulation through rescue and investigation efforts, spay/neuter programs and educational classes. The Humane Society is committed to creating lasting relationships between people and animals through their adoption programs. They further support that bond by making available world-class veterinary care, and outstanding pet obedience and behavior programs. The Humane Society of Missouri receives no local, state or federal tax support, nor any United Way funding. They able to provide their programs and services thanks to the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations.

    To learn more about Humane Society of Missouri, click here.


    foodThe St. Louis Area Foodbank began its service to the community in 1975. They started out in an office space on Lindell Boulevard that was supplied by the Red Cross Bi-State Chapter. In that first year, St. Louis Area Foodbank distributed 135,000 pounds of food. In 2011, they distributed more than 25 million pounds of food received from food companies and grocery stores, the USDA, Feeding America, and community food drives organized by area businesses, groups, and individuals. The mission statement of St. Louis Area Foodbank is: Feed hungry people by distributing food through our partner agencies, and educate the public about the nature of and solutions to the problems of hunger.

    To learn more about St. Louis Area Foodbank, click here.


    HydeParkThe Hyde Park Youth Symphony is a community-based organization dedicated to providing a high-quality arts experience to youth on the south side of Chicago and nurturing in them a love for music that will last a lifetime. The Symphony serves a broad range of young people and families, from a variety of public, private, and home school programs, and from a diversity of racial, ethnic, educational, and economic backgrounds.

    To learn more about Hyde Park Youth Symphony, click here.


    AmeriCorpsStLouisAmeriCorps St. Louis is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that builds community by addressing critical unmet needs in the areas of urban education, disaster relief, environmental conservation, and volunteer mobilization.

    AmeriCorps St. Louis, formerly St. Louis Partners AmeriCorps, began as a pilot for National Service in the summer of 1994. Since that initial success, it is the only AmeriCorps program in Missouri, and one of only a handful of programs in the nation, which have received federal funding out of the top tier of “exemplary and demonstrable programs” since the inception of AmeriCorps.

    In 2000, an independent group of local, civic, and business leaders committed itself to sustaining the efforts of AmeriCorps St. Louis (ACSTL). This leadership group legally incorporated as a 501(c)3 organization named Partnership for Youth, Inc., d.b.a. AmeriCorps St. Louis, and continues to be led be a strong and dedicated Board of Directors.

    To learn more about Partnership for Youth, Inc., click here.


    stlscienceThe roots of the Saint Louis Science Center go back. Way back. The Academy of Science of Saint Louis was founded in 1856, as the first scientific organization west of the Mississippi River. The Academy founded the Museum of Science and Natural History in 1959 and moved to Clayton’s Oak Knoll Park. When the Metropolitan Zoological Park & Museum District (ZMD) was formed in 1971, the Museum of Science and Natural History became a member of the ZMD, independent from the Academy, which continues to operate as a separate entity to this day.

    The Museum then outgrew the facilities at Oak Knoll Park in the mid-1980s. In 1984, the museum acquired the James S. McDonnell Planetarium from the City of St. Louis. After a $3.2 million renovation, the building reopened July 20, 1985, as the Saint Louis Science Center.

    Following a $34 million expansion to construct the current main building off of Oakland Avenue, the Science Center opened November 2, 1991, in its larger footprint. On February 8, 1997, the Science Center added the EXPLORADOME, an air-supported building just west of the Oakland Avenue building, in order to provide additional space for large traveling exhibitions, to better accommodate school groups and to have space available for facility rentals and community activities.

    In July 2010, the Science Center broke ground on the addition of a new exhibition hall. With 13,000 square feet of additional space, the new Boeing Hall features a rooftop terrace and provides 12,000 square feet of permanent public exhibit space –- a long term replacement for the air-supported EXPLORADOME. Boeing Hall opened to the public on October 28th, 2011, with the Star Trek Exhibition as its inaugural traveling exhibition.

    Throughout 2013, the Science Center is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the James S. McDonnell Planetarium. Since the James S. McDonnell Planetarium’s doors opened on April 16, 1963, more than 18 million people have experienced a connection with astronomy, space exploration and aviation through a visit to this iconic structure.

    To learn more about the St. Louis Science Center, click here.


    exchangeWhen the Woman’s Exchange was founded in 1883, there were few options for women desperate to support themselves and their families. For these women, selling handmade goods at the Exchange was a welcome alternative to the horrible working conditions in factories and other less desirable fields. Working as a consignor for the Exchange was an opportunity to work from home while caring for one’s family.

    Society has changed greatly since 1883, and women are now welcomed in every employment field. Still, there remains an intense desire and need for many men and women to earn income from home. The Exchange continues to provide this opportunity by housing, displaying, and selling their beautiful handiwork, paying back at least 70% of the selling price to the consignor.

    The Woman’s Exchange of St. Louis provides a venue for the sale of heirloom-quality clothing and beautiful decorative items handmade by our consignors, the industrious, deserving men and women that benefit from our mission of helping others help themselves.

    As our consignors struggle with difficult family situations, such as a special needs child, a handicapped spouse, severely limited income, or an unexpected financial burden, the proceeds from their skilled handiwork bring financial independence, peace of mind and self esteem.

    To learn more about Woman’s Exchange of St. Louis, click here.


    mga_logoThe Martin G. Alberico Scholarship Foundation seeks to improve the path to education for deserving college students, through the administration of educational grants to students of talent, and merit, in need.

    In 2007, the Martin G. Alberico Scholarship Foundation was established as a 501(c)(3), non-for-profit organization, to provide scholarships for high school seniors and in 2009 the foundation begun granting scholarships to college bound high school seniors.

    To learn more about the MGA Scholarship Foundation, click here.


    girlsincGirls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through life-changing programs and experiences that help girls navigate gender, economic, and social barriers. The network of local Girls Inc nonprofit organizations serves 125,000 girls ages 6-18 annually across the United States and Canada.

    The Girls Inc. movement started in New England during the Industrial Revolution as a response to the needs of a new working class; young women who had migrated from rural communities in search of newly available job opportunities in textile mills and factories.

    To learn more about Girls Inc., click here.

  • 2014


    BCIThe Boone Center’s Social Mission is to enrich the lives of adults with disabilities and their families by providing a choice of productive and fulfilling employment. Boone Center’s Business Mission is to provide human resources and manage logistics to deliver superior value added processing for our customers through partnership based on trust, quality, reliability and flexibility. When both missions are met they achieve their vision: All people have the opportunity to achieve their potential and find purpose in meaningful employment.

    To learn more about Boone Center click here.


    PresbchildhomePresbyterian Children’s Homes and Services has been helping struggling children and families since 1914. Their programs make a real difference in people’s lives, whether they are struggling with poverty or mental illness, abuse or neglect. They give kids a safe, loving place to heal and to grow when their families can’t provide that. And, they offer extra support that helps families weather trouble together.

    Since the agency’s beginning as an orphanage in Farmington, MO, it has grown into a state-wide organization offering a continuum of care that includes residential treatment, counseling, mentoring, education, and intensive in-home care for families in crisis. Sadly, more than 35 percent of their clients were victims of sexual abuse before they came into their care, and 30 percent enter the agency’s programs with a history of drug and/or alcohol abuse.

    To learn more about Presbyterian Children’s Home, click here.


    wellspring-logoWellSpring Resources began in 1959 as a county funded mental health service in Alton, Illinois and has grown to two facilities serving four counties in the Metro St. Louis Area. Prior to 2011, WellSpring Resources was formerly known as Community Counseling Center of Northern Madison County.

    WellSpring Resources serves more than 6,000 adults, children, couples and families each year and is nationally recognized as a leader in recovery. They offer skilled counseling, support, psychiatric and medical services, substance abuse and medication assisted recovery. Recovery is a way of living a satisfying, hopeful and contributing life.

    To learn more about WellSpring Resources, click here.



    Grace Hill Settlement House works in partnership with neighbors and stakeholders to identify the social and economic challenges in North and South St. Louis, and establish families and communities that are strong and self-sustaining.

    Through multiple hub-like locations, thousands of St. Louis residents are impacted each year by the multitude of resources and services that Grace Hill Settlement House offers which include early childhood, youth and family supports, aging and special needs, and community and economic development.

    The Settlement House Movement began in America in 1889 with the work of Nobel Peace Prize winner Jane Addams, who founded the Hull House in Chicago which was modeled after the Toynbee House in England. The movement, locally, nationally, and internationally, strives to create a strong core within communities which supports and improves the social and economic status of individuals and families. The goal is to reduce barriers and increase opportunities for equitable participation in the pursuit of the American Dream, while engaging people in defining their course toward self-reliance at the individual level and interdependence at the community level. The work of the movement in the United States is produced by more than 750 settlements and millions of volunteers.

    To learn more about Grace Hill Settlement House click here.


    Since 1870, the Humane Society of Missouri has been dedicated to second chances. They provide a safe and caring haven to all animals in need – large and small – that have been abused, neglected or abandoned. Their mission is to end the cycle of abuse and pet overpopulation through rescue and investigation efforts, spay/neuter programs and educational classes. The Humane Society is committed to creating lasting relationships between people and animals through their adoption programs. They further support that bond by making available world-class veterinary care, and outstanding pet obedience and behavior programs.

    The Humane Society of Missouri receives no local, state or federal tax support, nor any United Way funding. They able to provide their programs and services thanks to the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations.

    To learn more about Humane Society of Missouri, click here.