Civic Progress Endorses Project Graduation

Civic Progress has added their name in support of Project Graduation, our initiative to improve graduation rates in the Riverview Gardens School District by adopting all 13 of the district’s schools over the next three years. Civic Progress, which is made up of chief executives from more than 30 of the region’s leading employers and has[…]

MySci Do: Bringing Science to Life for Little Bit Students

Thanks to a $340,000 grant from the Monsanto Fund, students in Little Bit sponsored schools will be able to further explore their curiosity for STEM! A collaboration of Little Bit; MySci, the signature science education program developed by the Washington University Institute for School Partnership; Maryville University School of Education; and The Disruption Department, MySci[…]

Little Bit and Foodbank Fighting Hunger with Special Deliveries

For our families with limited or no access to fresh food options, Little Bit has teamed up with St. Louis Area Foodbank to provide mobile food markets. Beginning as a pilot program at two of our partner schools, Herzog Elementary in the Baden neighborhood, and Hodgen Elementary on the city’s south side, the mobile food[…]

Give STL Day Coming May 11

Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere. The Little Bit Foundation is excited to once again participate in Give STL Day and looking to raise $7,000 for our mission in the St. Louis community! What is Give STL Day? Supported by the Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation, Give STL Day is the[…]

County Executive Proclaims Apr. 5 ‘Project Graduation Day’

The Little Bit Foundation and Riverview Gardens School District officially launched Project Graduation on Apr. 5 with a ribbon cutting, school assembly and book fair at Gibson Elementary. County Executive Steve Stenger’s office also presented a proclamation marking the occasion as Project Graduation Day. Gibson is the fourth RGSD school adopted by Little Bit to date. Through[…]

Post Holdings Serves Up Smiles at Mann

St. Louis-based Post Holdings, the holding company for Post Consumer Brands and other recognized food lines, has made an $85,000 contribution in support of Little Bit’s programs and services at Mann Elementary, our longest running school partnership. Post corporate employees selected Little Bit as their charity of choice and from there narrowed their focus to[…]

Together, We Are an Ocean

Together, We Are an Ocean Alone, we are one drop; together, an ocean. Of course, the ocean begins with a single drop. When Little Bit began in 2001, it was one, two and then a handful of determined souls working toward a vision – eventually becoming a swell of more than 250 volunteers energized by[…]