Whether you're looking for ways to invest in your community or assistance finding vital resources, LinkStL is here to partner with you in bridging the gap between where you are and where you want to be.

 Glenn Beavers, Board VP, volunteering at LinkStL's office.  (Photo Credit: Tessa Bernhardt)

Glenn Beavers, Board VP, volunteering at LinkStL's office. (Photo Credit: Tessa Bernhardt)


LinkStL is “bringing the neighbor back to the neighborhood.”
— Jessica Kilmade (Stakeholder and Principal of Most Holy Trinity School)

Our Story

In February of 2015, LinkStL was formed as a direct response to expressed needs in the Hyde Park Neighborhood. A historic neighborhood in North St. Louis, Hyde Park has experienced blight and disinvestment. Building from Hyde Park’s greatest asset—its people—local stakeholders came together to form a grassroots, community organizing entity, LinkStL.

Today, LinkStL serves residents in Hyde Park and Old North. We link residents to resources, programs, and opportunities while striving to be active partners in the movement to make these communities stronger environments in which to live, work, and play.

 
 Hyde Park Neighborhood Clean Up. April 2017

Hyde Park Neighborhood Clean Up. April 2017