Here’s how to help St. Louis nonprofits after record rainfall destroys its items, offices

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Justina Coronel (KSDK) | July 27, 2022

The work has also begun at the office of Welcome Neighbor STL in Tower Grove, which was flooded, too.

Jessica Bueler is the executive director for the organization and she shares, “We help immigrant and refugees start their new life here in St. Louis.”

It’s currently helping 250 Afghan refugees.

Wednesday afternoon, volunteers cleaned up the mess left behind trying to salvage whatever they can to help families.

“So, the items destroyed a lot were items directly going to refugees such as clothing and shoes,” Bueler shares.

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