Why: To raise awareness and inform the community about the work Little Bit does to provide disadvantaged school children the items they need to succeed in school. The foundation creates a positive environment for growth and it is all done by building strong relationships and partnering with St. Louis schools.
Who: Event chairs Allison Reichart, Lindsey Suntrup, Megan Hudson and Jamie Sokolik.
Highlights: The band, The Distance, performed a live concert, a raffle was held for items including a Messy Girl package containing a coupon for two hours of Messy Girl home organization, cardinals items, a one night stay at the Moonrise Hotel and a $30 gift certificatee to Eclipse restaurant, along with many other items. The Little Bit Foundation Young Professionals board VP Lindsey Suntrup spoke along with board president Suzie Andrews.
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