Epworth's Mission: To help children, youth, and families move toward self-sufficiency by focusing on health, housing, education, and employment.
Founded in 1864, Epworth Children & Family Services is a multiservice agency that helps at-risk and in-need children, youth, and families move toward self-sufficiency by focusing on health, housing, education, and employment. Thousands of individuals turn to Epworth each year for foster care case management, residential and intensive treatment, psychological evaluation, in-home family therapy, emergency shelter services, transitional and independent living, homeless youth outreach, drop-in center and clinical services, life skills and vocational training, and a 24-hour crisis help-line. Epworth is headquartered at 110 N. Elm Ave. in Webster Groves and has offices in Normandy, University City, and South St. Louis City.
Our Society of Epworth’s Elite Donors (SEEDs) recognizes supporters who invest $1,000 or more each calendar year. Annual Giving investments ensure sustained support for Epworth’s high-quality, therapeutic services that touch the lives of thousands of children, youth, and families each year.
All SEEDs members qualify to receive available Missouri tax credits! Missouri tax credits are available to eligible donors for gifts of cash, credit, or appreciated securities. If your annual donations equal or exceed $1,000, you can reduce your Missouri Tax liability by up to 50%.
President & CEO
Chief Administrative Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President of Older Youth and Supportive Housing Services
Director of Development
Senior Director of Human Resources
Director of Accounting
Chairperson: Sarah Baiocchi
Past Chairperson: Bryan LeMoine
Secretary: Kim Hamacher
Treasurer: Katie Holtgrave
Rev. Robin Bell
James D. Hill
Bishop Robert Farr
Founded more than 50 years ago, this group of dedicated volunteers supports children and families served by Epworth by providing critical financial and volunteer support through a variety of annual activities. This group of ladies also provides a vital link to United Methodist churches and other community congregations.
Founded in 1995, this dynamic group of volunteers is dedicated to helping children, youth and families served by Epworth. The group’s goals are fundraising, volunteer service, and the promotion of Epworth in the community.
The Young Professionals Group, formed in 2015, brings a fresh perspective and youthful energy to raising awareness and funds for Epworth.