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St Louis Crisis Nursery

The Saint Louis Crisis Nursery is committed to preventing child abuse and neglect.

The Crisis Nursery provides a short-term, safe haven for almost 7,000 children a year, birth through age 12, whose families face an emergency caused by illness, homelessness, domestic violence, or overwhelming parental stress. Providing respite care to stressed parents in crisis prevents abuse.

For more information go to www.CrisisNurseryKids.org

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Rosé All Day

This blend made with the best grapes of our vineyard in Pays d’Oc stretches across 4 departments of Languedoc Roussillon. It covers 200 km of coast and a mosaic of terroirs with many geological nuances – limestone, clay and sand. Mediterranean climate, temperate and pleasant, characterized by mild winters, warm and dry summers and an excellent sunshine rate. This Grenache rosé has an elegant aromatic nose of red fruits and is crisp and fresh on the palate with a deliciously long, fruity finish.

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Safe Connections

We are here 24-hours a day to help survivors of domestic and sexual abuse reclaim their lives. 

Our one-on-one trauma counseling, 24-hour Crisis Helpline, safety planning and support groups end isolation and build community. Our prevention education in more than 100 schools region wide creates brighter futures for children and teens.

We believe everyone is worthy of safe, healthy relationships and should have access to our services. This is why we don’t charge fees to receive our help. 

For more information go to www.safeconnections.org

This fruity treat comes from the southern provence of France. Using arien

and cinsault grape varietals from a vineyard neighboring a raspberry orchard.

The rich raspberry undertones make this one of a kind sparkling perfect for

brunch, dessert, or celebration.

Incartade Sparkling Frambroise/Raspberry

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Busey Bank


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Magdalene St Louis

Magdalene St. Louis, founded in 2013, is a comprehensive program built to empower women who are survivors of sexual exploitation, addiction and abuse. Women can stay in the Magdalene residential community for up to two years. They live together, recover together, and provide sisterhood and support for one another. Magdalene residents are connected with physical and mental healthcare providers at no cost to them. 

Through its social enterprise, Bravely, women in the program participate in a trauma-informed work readiness program. Upon graduation from Magdalene, they will have accumulated savings and transferable job skills which will empower them to support themselves for life

For more information go to www.magdalenestl.org

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Andersen Windows

Chloe Wine Collection Rosé

Our Chloe Rosé is a Pinot Noir-based blend that is light and elegant in style. This dry Rosé is ballet slipper pink in color, offering delicate notes of fresh strawberries, raspberries and watermelon on the nose and palate. The blend is crisp and well-balanced with bright acidity and a creamy mouthfeel.

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Habitat For Humanity Women Build

The Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis Women Build program recruits and empowers women to raise funds, raise walls, and raise awareness for simple, decent, and affordable housing in St. Louis city and County. As a group, Women Build volunteers and supporters share a common commitment to personal growth and assisting families as they work towards their goal of homeownership.


Visit us at www.habitatstl.org or habitatstl on Twitter & Facebook.

Of a luminous pale onion skin colour, TM Rosé 2017 opens up to the nose with great richness of floral and juicy summer fruit notes: geranium, white peach, medlar fruit, together with pink grapefruit and winter cherry. In the mouth it is rich but delicate, with a fresh persistence that confirms it as very versatile wine, perfect both for “aperitivo” and to accompany a meal.

TM Rosé

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A Bommarito Wines


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Sista Strut

Sista Strut is the largest walk of its kind in the nation to support women of color and most of all with an effort to support the community of St. Louis with over 8000 people in attendance. All of the contributions raised for the excellent charities Sista Strut supports remain here and benefit women in St. Louis. The goal of Sista Strut is to heighten awareness about the issues of breast cancer in women of color, as well as provide information on community resources.

This year's Sista Strut will be held in downtown St. Louis Saturday, October 6th.

Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sistastrut!

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Whole Foods

Innovac!ón Rosé

This wine is very aromatic, with notes reminiscent of cherries, fresh strawberries,

and blackberries. The flavor is fresh and fruity with delicate, expressive

fruitiness that lingers in the mouth.

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Lydia's House

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. We fulfill this mission by providing safe, confidentially located, fully furnished apartments for up to two years, bridging that critical stepping stone between emergency shelter and safe, independent living as well as assisting women and their children to create and implement long-term individual life-goal plans which include education, training, employment, and safe housing.

Please visit us online at www.lydiashouse.org

Elegant and flavorful, our Dry Rosé is an incredibly smooth dry wine. Fruit

aromas of strawberry, watermelon, plum and candied cherries follow with

flavors of berries and hints of white pepper. This rosé has a light acidity but

finishes velvety soft with no bite and makes a great wine for any occasion.

Noboleis Dry Rosé

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The Euclid

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St. Louis Ovarian Cancer Awareness

Among cancer’s many ills, it’s confusing, isolating and disheartening. Each year, SLOCA gifts Sister Boxes to 200 St. Louis area women diagnosed with ovarian cancer as a way to personally connect with and support patients who are starting chemotherapy treatment. 

Each year over 14,000 women die from ovarian cancer. Our mission is to reduce this number and one day erase it—through awareness, education and research.

Over the past decade, SLOCA has given more than $300,000 for research grants and with continued support we can harness the power of knowledge to fight and beat ovarian cancer. Visit us at www.sloca.org for more information.

This wine is purely and simply summertime in a glass. The Hogwash Rose

displays a pale salmon-pink color and a beautiful and lively nose that

showcases aromas of watermelon candy, red cherries, red current and rose

water. Medium bodied, it has incredible vibrancy that combines with its great

finish to create a wine that is both a very serious rose wine but has something

for everyone.

Tuck Beckstoffer Hogwash Rosé

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The Vino Gallery


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Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri has eight health centers in the region: six in the St. Louis area, one in Springfield and one in Joplin. We provide a wide range of sexual and reproductive health care services, including cancer screenings, birth control, options counseling, HPV vaccinations, well-woman exams, STI testing and treatment, and more. We also provide medically accurate, age-appropriate sex education to students and adults across the region. Our research team also works to advance the field of sexual and reproductive health, studying new birth control methods and researching ways to expand access and options for our patients. Visit www.plannedparenthood.org/stlouis for more information.

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Benji Rosé Coteaux D'Aix-En-Provence

A well-made rose with a delicate rose color, it has intense aromas of

strawberry and exotic fruits. The taste is fresh and fruity with good harmony

between fruit acid and fullness. This fine balance is followed by a nice long finish.

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Change is possible. The Center for Women in Transition believes that with the right tools, women can transform their lives. To prevent recidivism, women must be safe, supported, and healthy. Maintaining stable housing and freedom from addiction, achieving economic stability, addressing health issues, and developing healthy relationships are all critical components to long-term success. The Center’s goals is for its clients to become empowered, healthy, and stable citizens and family members.

With your help, we’ll make change possible for the women of St. Louis! Visit www.cwitstl.org for more information.

Center For Women In Transition

Our Rosé is bright with a nose of wild roses. The palate showcases a fresh,

crisp, dry style, boasting with flavors of apricot, honeysuckle, and balanced

acidity. A silky, medium-bodied mouthfeel is rounded out with a delicately

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Ava Grace Rosé

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Red Brick


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Hawthorn Leadership School For Girls

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Bar Italia

La Spinetta Il Rosé di Casanova

This rosé out of Casanova, Tuscany in Italy, offers spicy character with sliced

ripe peaches, chalk and dry fruit. It’s 50% Sangiovese and 50% Prugnolo Gentile, and is complex with a full body, but is very crisp and clean. Extremely flavorful yet agile, sexy and fresh.

Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls is honored to participate in the First Annual Rosé Day! How appropriate for our new school – the First All Girls Public School in Missouri – to join in this first-time celebration. At Hawthorn, we are bold about being the first and our students are our true trailblazers. Hawthorn opened in 2015 and our first graduating class will walk across the stage in 2021! Many of our students will be first in their families to attend college and for those who go on to pursue careers in STEM, they will be among the first minority women to enter those fields.

Enjoy the day! Pink is powerful! Visit us at www.hawthornschool.org for more information.