The Pulse – Local organizations changing lives this holiday season

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St. Louis is rich with non-profits and charities that help residents in the community not only thrive and survive during the holiday season, but all year round. Tonight on The Pulse of St. Louis, learn more about four standout organizations that are changing lives. Also, hear how radio plays a major role helping to spread word about these organizations.

Deborah Ahmed, executive director of Better Family Life Cultural Educational and Business Center
Matt Dace, senior vice president of the St. Louis Area Food Bank
Brian Roy, executive director of Variety the Children's Charity
Officer Ed Fingers, chairman of the Development Committee for BackStoppers
Gary Gunter, VP and GM Radio One Stations 104.1 and 95.5 R and B Old School for the Lou

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