25 years. More than six presidential terms, over 100 space missions and The Tonight Show is on its third host. In that same time, G/L has worked with over 200 clients both locally and nationally. That’s 9,131 days, countless cups of coffee and late-nighters, creating great work that has made a difference in our clients business and the brands they represent.
The month of November marks Geile/Leon’s 25th year in business. 25 years. More than six presidential terms, over 100 space missions and “The Tonight Show” is on its third host. In that same time, G/L has worked with over 200 clients both locally and nationally. That’s 9,131 days, countless cups of coffee and late-nighters, and creating great work that has made a …
“Not every child has opportunity, but every child has potential.” This year I became a mom. It’s one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences in my life, but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. My husband and I always knew we wanted to have kids and we’re lucky to have family and friends as a strong support system. …
Chances are we all know somebody who has been diagnosed with or affected in some way by cancer. As sad as this may be, the support, comfort and care shown by friends, family and communities can be overwhelming. Last summer when my wife’s co-worker was diagnosed with stomach cancer, I witnessed someone fighting for his life — but not doing …
For Geile/Leon’s #GLSTL25 campaign, I’ve chosen to highlight the Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis. As someone who has been involved in one artistic endeavor or another throughout most of my life, I can appreciate the value that artistic programs provide. Whether it’s music, dance, theater, literature or fine art, both the creator and the audience benefit from what …
I recently volunteered for a day at Windsor Elementary, my daughter’s grade school, as part of the WATCH D.O.G.S. program. WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) is a one-of-a-kind, school-based father involvement educational initiative of the National Center for Fathering. The program was developed to provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important. …
The American Lung Association was founded in 1904. Their core mission is to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through education, advocacy and research. They provide support and resources to adults and children, as well as develop ways to maintain healthy indoor and outdoor air. The American Lung Association of Missouri, located in South City on …
Ready Readers is a nonprofit organization in St. Louis, Missouri that is dedicated to preparing and exciting young kids to read.
As part of Geile/Leon’s #GLSTL25 campaign, we’ve been highlighting and offering support to various non-profits in St. Louis that make a difference in our community. But there’s one organization that’s been doing just that since 2009.
USO of Missouri is a private, non-profit organization, whose mission is to support the troops by providing morale, welfare and recreation-type services to our military personnel and their families.
Hope for Young Adults with Cancer is a St. Louis-based nonprofit, dedicated to the support and assistance of young adults who are living with cancer.
Forest ReLeaf of Missouri was founded in 1993 as the local response to Global ReLeaf, an international project of American Forests to increase tree planting.
Gateway Pet Guardians is a nonprofit animal shelter whose mission is to end homelessness for animals in the Metro East through rescue, rehabilitation, adoption, community outreach and education.
An aggressive afternoon of brainstorming and creative development at G/L resulted in new marketing materials and messaging for Children’s Home Society of Missouri.
The Mary Culver Home for the Visually Impaired is a not-for-profit, non-denominational Christian organization in St. Louis serving elderly women with blindness.
Children’s Home Society of Missouri is resource for families of children with developmental disabilities offering counseling, education, respite care and more.
PrideFest is coming to downtown St. Louis on June 28th – 29th to celebrate its 34th year in the city.
ALIVE (Alternative to Living in Violent Environments) is a St. Louis-based organization offering counseling, emergency sanctuary and other critical services to adults and children affected by domestic violence.
Animal House Fund is an independent, nonprofit, stray cat rescue organization in St. Louis that opened in August of 2010. At any one time, up to 250 cats are being cared for. See how you can make a difference.
The St. Louis Area Foodbank distributes more than 25 million pounds of food annually to 500+ partner agencies in the St. Louis Metro.