Going further together means that we reinvest in where we live through personal involvement in local charitable organizations.

Down to each individual employee, we are committed to engaging with our local communities. That sense of civic duty has been created by our involvement in the St. Louis area for almost 150 years.

Our philanthropic commitment is best seen in the Moneta Charitable Foundation. Established in 1999, our Foundation helps us make one -on-one connections in the communities where we live and work. All funding comes directly from Moneta partners and team members, and today the Foundation’s assets have grown to represent over $1.5 million reinvested in our community.

Moneta Stories

Moneta Charitable Foundation Grants $50,000 to Two Local Organizations

United Way Names Gene Diederich as 2016 Campaign Co-Chair

Moneta Group Charitable Foundation Grants $25,000 to Two Local Organizations, Kids Rock Cancer and Great Circle

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Moneta Momentum

Our employees go above and beyond by giving their time to Moneta Momentum, our volunteer initiative.

Momentum is fully funded by our Moneta Group Charitable Foundation. When an employee finds a passion project, they can organize a volunteer event and petition the Foundation for a financial gift to the organization of their choosing.

Momentum keeps us engaged to do our part in building more successful communities in the St. Louis area.

Grant Recipients

Academy of Science - St. Louis

Aim High St. Louis

Alzheimer's Association of St. Louis Chapter

AMC Cancer Research Center

American Cancer Society

Assistance League of St. Louis

Autism Speaks

The Belle Center

Beyond Housing

BJC Hospice Wings Program

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Boys & Girls Town

Boys Hope Girls Hope of St. Louis

Call for Help, Inc.

Cancer Support Community

Centenary Cares

Center of Contemporary Arts

Central Institute for the Deaf

Covenant House

Delta Gamma Center for Children with Visual Impairments

Dwight Davis Tennis Center

Edgewood Children’s Home

The Family Center

Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition

Friends of Kids with Cancer

Gateway to Hope

Gilda’s Club St. Louis

Girls Inc

Habitat for Humanity

Haven of Grace

Health Protection and Education Servic

Health Protection Service of University City

Herbert Hoover Boys & Girls Club

Howard Park Center

Innsbrook Institute

Jewish Community Center

Junior Achievement of Mississippi Valley, Inc.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Kids in the Middle

KidsSmart—Tools for Learning

Kilo Diabetes & Vascular Research Foundation


Lift for Life

Lutheran Association for Special Education Lutheran

Lutheran Family and Children’s Services

The Magic House

Make-A-Wish Foundation

Mary Ryder Home

Missouri Baptist Medical Center

National Conference for Community and Justice of Metropolitan St. Louis

National MS Society

Operation Food Search

Our Little Haven


Prevent Child Abuse-Missouri

Professional Theatre Awards Council

Rainbow for Kids

Ranken Jordan HELP Program

Reading is FUNdamental

Ready Readers

Redevelopment Opportunities for Women

Ride on St. Louis

Ronald McDonald House Charities

St. Louis Bicycle Works (B-Works)

St. Louis Crisis Nursery

St. Louis Learning Disabilities Association, Inc.

St. Louis Learning Disabilities Association, Inc.

St. Louis Learning Disabilities Association, Inc.

St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute

St. Louis Variety Club

St. Martha’s Hall

St. Patrick Center

St. Vincent Home for Children

Saint Louis Symphony

Saint Louis Zoo Foundation

Salvation Army

Sherwood Forest Camp, Inc.

South Side Day Nursery

Sunnyhill Adventures

Support Dogs

Talking Tapes

Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance

University City East

Voices for Children

Wellness Community of Greater St. Louis

Women’s Support and Community Services

Young Audiences of St. Louis

YMCA/Mid County YMCA