|The St. Louis Christmas Carols Association,
a non-profit volunteer organization,
has been caroling to benefit area children
for 99 years.
|Volunteer carols sing in neighborhoods and public
venues, accepting contributions from their listeners;
donations benefit area agencies serving children.
St. Louis Christmas Carols Association provides
everything you need to carol - song sheets,
collection cans, door hangers, helpful hints and ideas.
Gather your family, friends, neighbors, school,
church or scouting group and spread goodwill
in your neighborhood!
Just call 314-863-1225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to get started!
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Looking for a new way
to create Christmas memories
with your family?
is a wonderful way
to bring family members
of all ages together,
singing songs of the season.
doesn't cost anything but a little
time, and can be done close to
home, in your own
has the added bonus of
giving back to your community
by helping children in our area
with the donations collected.
|All you need is a joyful heart
and a desire to share the Christmas Spirit
of joy and goodwill in your neighborhood!
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|St. Louis Christmas Carols Association - 7425 Forsyth Boulevard, Suite 353, St. Louis, MO 63105 - 314.863.1225
Email - email@example.com
Christmas Carols Association
Caroling to Benefit Children
|The Kingsbury Place
our costumed group,
performed at over 30
holiday events throughout
St. Louis in 2013.
These fine singers share
their time and talents for
the benefit of the St. Louis
Association and the
agencies we fund.
|The KPS is made up of experienced
choral singers of all ages.
Click here for information about membership!
|Meeting the Holiday Magic train at
the Shrewsbury Metrolink Station.
|At Macy's Festival of Lights in Kiener Plaza.
|At Taubman Prestige Outlets in
|On the Trolley Float in the AmerenUE
Thanksgiving Day Parade!
|Greeting visitors at Holiday
Magic in America's Center.
|At the Lafayette Square
Holiday Parlor Tour
|At Cookies and Carols in
the St. Louis Art Museum
|Participate in a century-old
St. Louis tradition!