Annie Malone May Day Parade
Theme: Celebrating 130 Years of Service Strengthening Families, Friendships, and Memories
The official Annie Malone May Day Parade route starts at 1:00 p.m. at 20th & Market and heads East on Market to Broadway. The Annie Malone May Day Parade is the oldest and second largest African-American parade in the nation. Since its beginning over a century ago, it has been a staple in the St. Louis community and beyond. The May Day Parade continues to be Annie Malone Children and Family Service Center’s biggest fundraiser.
The Annie Malone May Day Parade is more than a family tradition it is how we take care of children in our community. Proceeds from participants provides children and young adults, birth to 21, who have been or are at risk of being abused, neglected, or homeless a safe place to stay, learn and overcome life’s challenges. Through each of our four core programs and services – Crisis Intervention, Transitional Living, Parenting Education and Therapeutic School, your support helps us to continue “Making Lives Better” for many individuals.
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