kids with special needs

Don't just buy a Gold Heart pin for the face it bears, but for the faces it benefits. Just $3 at any Wehrenberg Theatre.
Earlier this week, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ran an editorial about the “profligate spending” of the Wounded Warrior Project charity. Under the headline, “Living it up on other people’s money,” the Post reiterated an important point: Never give blindly to... Read More »
Update to an item from December: Variety St. Louis has been awarded $3000 from Yelp Foundation's local grant program. We were proud, and surprised, to make the short list, and grateful to all our friends who voted for us. 3K will help us outfit a kid with a... Read More »
Wehrenberg Theatres wants to treat Variety families to a free movie!  As part of their long, loyal support of Variety, Wehrenberg offers familes of Variety children free movies. Just fill out the form below to reserve your seats!  But please keep in mind:... Read More »
Cooler than an ICEE. Easier to stick on your clothes than a Milk Dud. And sales of them help Makenzie and other kids with special needs. They just might be the perfect concession item. They're Variety Gold Heart pins. And you can get them at any Wehrenberg... Read More »
Got an email yesterday from a casting company in Hollywood looking for a boy with Cerebral Palsy, 10-15 years old, for a lead role in a potential television show called "Speechless." The pilot would most likely be shot in late March/early April. This casting... Read More »
That moment has arrived! So let's get registering. Click here. Or copy and paste this link: https://varietystl.org/content/adventure-camp-registration-0
Variety is pleased to welcome Nadia LaBostrie to the staff as our new Graphics Manager. If you don’t think she’s going to make a difference in the look and feel of our communications, just look at her photo. It’s the best photo of any Variety staffer,... Read More »
One of our counselors made a cool video capturing some of the fun at Variety's Winter Adventure Camp . To Kate, thanks. To everyone else, enjoy .

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