Local trafficking hotline posters are installed in St. Louis County government offices to help victims and provide community education.
NCJW establishes coalition to look into fair housing in our region.
NCJW successfully endorsed and worked to pass laws to raise the minimum wage and put ethics reform in place in MO.
NCJW succeeds in passing state legislation to raise the marriage age in MO, allow for greater access for long acting reversible contraception (LARC) and to require the national hotline posters on trafficking to go up around the state.
Heart of the Community Award, City of Creve Coeur.
NCJW establishes a Long Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) coalition to increase access to contraceptives.
Courts Matter coalition established to work on protecting judicial appointments in MO.
The first annual Recycled Art Sale is held at The Resale Shop. Over 200 pieces of art are on display and for sale to help raise funds for community service projects.
What’s Right with the Region Award, FOCUS St. Louis Healing Hearts Bank Microlending Program.
NCJW establishes a Trafficking Task Force to educate the community and identify ways to protect women and children.