Beyond Housing along with several other partners helped create an accessible home for Logan who was severely injured in a car accident before the holidays.
People and communities have many needs that must be met in order to thrive.
Our comprehensive, holistic work is designed to transform entire communities by strengthening individual families, transforming the physical environment, and creating change at the systems level.
Demolition and removal of dilapidated homes and vacant buildings and vacant lot remediation
Repairs and upgrades of municipal infrastructure from sewers to streets, sidewalks, parks, and greenspaces
Staff work directly with a network of nonprofit organizations that provide complementary and mutually reinforcing services as well as corporate partners and anchor institutions including the Normandy Schools Collaborative, University of Missouri-St. Louis, and Washington University in St. Louis.
The comprehensive, holistic nature of our work and model makes each dollar invested exponentially more effective.
Additionally, our logic model created in partnership with Washington University in St. Louis maps the logical relationship between resources invested and activities. This enables us to measure the benefits or changes that result from these investments in order to track and optimize our efforts for greater results.
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Beyond Housing, The Build-A-Bear Foundation, and the 24:1 Cinema helped spread some holiday cheer with teddy bears and a free movie at Build-A-Bear Day.
Construction has begun on Beyond Housing’s newest project, the Pagedale Town Center Homes Project which is a $12 million project that will create 36 new affordable homes in the area.