project inc.
Project Inc., one of the oldest sheltered workshops in the region, held an event at Old Rock House to raise funds for its new roof. More than 400 guests showed up for the music and performances, including Reggie & the Hip Hop Mamas; $25,000 was raised. Pictured above: Reggie & The Hip Hop Mamas

opera theatre of saint louis
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis received a $1 million gift from Sally S. Levy and the Levy family to establish the Sally S. Levy Family Fund for New Works, an endowment that will support community engagement efforts and the development and production of contemporary operas. Pictured: Mont Levy, Sally Levy, Diane Jacobson, J. David Levyhapp79_Opera

saint louis zoo
Chairs of A Zoo Ado Maurice Quiroga and Wendy Henry welcomed 70 committee members and guests to the official event-planning party in preparation for the June 17 fundraiser. Pictured: Maurice Quiroga, Wendy Henryhapp79_ZooAdo

today and tomorrow educational foundation
Archbishop Robert Carlson hosted a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres reception at his residence to kick off the seventh annual Archbishop’s Gala to benefit the Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation. Pictured: Bryan and Lindsey Swifthapp79_TTEF

For the second year in a row, St. Louis was selected to host the Enactus National Exposition, a nonprofit effort to improve the world through economic empowerment. The event is expected to generate $4.7 million for the city and attract thousands of college students and business leaders May 15 through 17. Pictured: Alex Perwich, Chrissy Taylor, Karen Vangyia, Mike Moore, Jim Krekeler Photo: Ken Howardhapp79_Enactus