Providing Children & Family Services Since 1888

Welcome To

Annie Malone

The Annie Malone Children & Family Service Center first opened its doors in 1888 as the St. Louis Colored Orphan’s Home. Helping St. Louis families for more than a century, the agency today has grown into a multi-service center in the community, addressing social and education needs of children and families in crisis and at-risk throughout St. Louis.


How to Support Annie Malone

Request Services

If you are in need of services please use this button below to reach our intake team. AM services are offered free of charge to our clients.

Donate Your Extra Items

Our programs and agency are entirely funded through donations and grants. If you would like to support our work and our clients, please click below.

Helping Hands

Annie Malone Children & Family Service Center would like to thank you for considering us for your volunteer service. The dedication of your time and talents will help the Agency accomplish its mission – to improve the quality of life for children, families, elderly and the community, by providing social services, educational programs, advocacy and entrepreneurship.

2023

May Day Parade WINNERS!!!

The parade is our agency’s largest fundraiser with proceeds covering both direct program costs and operating expenses not covered by other sources of revenue. The Annie Malone May Day Parade is one of the oldest and largest parades in the area. In 1910, the first May Day Parade was held.

The parade for many years was held in north St. Louis, however as the size of participants and spectators grew, it was moved to Downtown St. Louis. Today, the parade has grown to be the 2nd largest African-American parade in the country.

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