Community Support

Leading by Example

Our Partners

These are a few of the many organizations we donate to each year.

Second Harvest Community Food Bank
Second Harvest Community Food Bank is a nonprofit food Distribution Center, which allows them to help the families, individuals and seniors across our 19-county region. They distribute food through direct service programs and through a network of Partner Agencies located throughout their service area. Last year, Second Harvest distributed over 9.9 million pounds of food.
United Way of Greater St. Joseph
Every day, right here in Northwest Missouri and Northeast Kansas, lives are improved through education, health, and financial stability. Together, we aim for lasting, positive change in people’s lives. Together, we are the caring power of community.
St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce
Since its inception in 1862 as the Board of Trade of St. Joseph, the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce has been the catalyst for economic growth and development in Northwest Missouri. The Chamber strives to be the unified voice of business that advocates, promotes and inspires the St. Joseph area. The Chamber’s mission, supported by more than 1,200 members, is to create an environment that allows business to thrive and the community to prosper.
4-H is a U.S.-based network of youth organizations whose mission is "engaging youth to reach their fullest potential while advancing the field of youth development".
Bartlett Center
The Bartlett Center is a nonprofit, 501c3 organization, United Way partner and contracted by the State of Missouri to provide social programs for youth in the midtown neighborhood.
Pony Express Council
The Pony Express Council is a leading premier youth development organization encompassing the 18 counties of northwest Missouri and northeast Kansas. Their focus is on youth leadership, character development, and citizenship training. All of this and much more is accomplished through real life and outdoor experiences.
FFA is the premier youth organization preparing members for leadership and careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture.<br />
InterServ is one of the largest social services organizations in Northwest Missouri. Their mission is: Faithfully Serving. We serve the community by helping seniors, families, youth, and children. InterServ envisions an engaged community that works together to meet challenges, lessen poverty and assure that all people have access to the resources they need to experience a full life.
Missouri Western State University
Missouri Western State University is a public university in Saint Joseph, Missouri. As of 2019, the school enrolled 5,413 students.
Noyes Home
For over 120 years, the Noyes Home has been a place where a child who is facing a family crisis feels safe, and can just be a child, until his or her family is able to get back on its feet. The Noyes Home is a place where a family facing eviction or the loss of employment can talk about their next steps with professionals while their children are cared for with kindness and compassion — for a few days, or a couple of weeks, while they find a solution. It’s where a teen finds friendship, security and a positive environment to continue attending high school if a parent is unable to care for him.
St. Joseph School District
The St. Joseph School District is dedicated to meeting the unique needs of nearly 11,000 students. Through partnerships with families and the community, their staff is working to educate each child for success in the 21st century.
St. Joseph Tenderloins
This summer, there's a chance to see the Mustangs become the Tenderloins. For just four games this summer, the Mustangs will become the St. Joseph Tenderloins. The promotion is designed to celebrate some of the local tenderloin restaurants in town and also raise money for a local charity. Yes, they will be the Tenderloins for four games and don't worry the Mustangs aren't going anywhere.
YWCA St. Joseph
In its earliest years, the YWCA St. Joseph provided housing for young ladies coming to our community in pursuit of work and education. Later on, they reached into the wider community with help during the years of the Great Depression. In the mid-1900s, the YWCA St. Joseph was on the forefront of efforts toward racial integration and racial justice. Those goals continue to drive them and lay a foundation for all that they do.
Same team, new name.

St. Joseph Tenderloins

St. Joseph is famous for many things; the Pony Express, Jesse James, exceptional museums, Mustangs baseball, and Tenderloins! When the new Mustang’s owner called with a crazy idea to rebrand the St. Joseph Mustangs to the St. Joseph Tenderloins for a few games in 2022, how could we say no?

And what happens when you combine high-quality pork with high-quality baseball? The St. Joseph Tenderloins is sponsored by Triumph Foods. And to quote owner Ky Turner, “The ‘Loins don’t lose – the team went undefeated in our new moniker.” Additionally, the Mustangs/Tenderloins went on to win the MINK League title for the second straight year.

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