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Beverly Farms Foundation – is a loving, caring home for adults with developmental disabilities, providing each individual with physical and emotional security and a dignified quality of life, with opportunities and challenges, within each individuals functional capabilities.

Chakota Therapeutic Riding Center – provides people with disabilities the opportunity for therapeutic interaction with horses, with the goal of increasing their self-esteem, dignity and emotional well-being.

Challenger Baseball – is a baseball league for kids and adults with developmental disabilities from ages 5 on up. Since 1994 the main goal of St. Louis Challenger Baseball has been to make friends.

Down Syndrome Association of Great St. Louis – benefits the lives of people with Down syndrome and their families through individual and family support, education, public awareness and advocacy.

DZ-Designz – Dz Designz was borne out of a love of Sparkle and Creative spirit. These unique handmade items are the artwork of Dinaz who is has an extra special chromosome. The extra special chromosome is just one part of who Dinaz is, as she has so many other special gifts to share. Just browsing this website will give you a peek into her creativity!

Lindee Link is an American pop singer who began her music career at the tender age of eight. She wrote a song called “Fairytale” which was about her success in the music business. The lyrics also happen to fit our pageants and mission. Butterfly Dreams contacted Lindee and was granted permission to use “Fairytale” at their pageants. Take a listen to it here, purchase a copy (from Itunes, Google Play or Amazon) and listen for it at our next pageant.

Pony Bird – provides 24-hour care for up to 60 non-ambulatory children and adults who are physically and mentally disabled. The individuals supported are unable to meet their daily living needs without total assistance. Pony Bird operates six residential homes in Mapaville and DeSoto, Missouri.

Variety – the Children’s Charity has been a pillar in the St. Louis community for more than 80 years. We cherish our relationships with corporations, organizations and individuals that allow us to be the children’s charity in St. Louis to help local kids with disabilities. Because of Variety’s rich history and strong ties, the community knows to count on us to care for St. Louis kids. Variety has evolved over the years, but our heart remains the same.