Monday, October 26, 2009

Toys for Kids in Need 2009

Thanks for visiting our blog. We hope you can help us out. All of us at BRO-St.Louis wish you a Happy Holiday and Blessings in the New Year.

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Agencies Served By BRO-St. Louis

The BRO will proudly be providing holiday gifts for the following St. Louis agencies.

Agencies Served by BRO

Gateway Wheeler State School for the Severely Disabled
Davis Comprehensive Health Care
St. Louis Transitional Hope House
HDC Northeast
St. Louis Empowerment Center
Southside Day Nursery
Grace Hill Neighborhood Service
HDC Wellston Northwest
HDC Southside Gateway
HDC North side Gateway
Youth and Family Center
Missouri Division of Family Services
HDC Northeast
HDC Family Support Program
Little Angel Learning Center
St. Philippines Home
Family Care of Carondelet
Barnes Hospital
22nd Circuit Family Court
Neighborhood Houses
Community Helping Ministries
St. Louis County Urban League
St. Louis County Department of Health
Rev Dorris Davis Helping Ministries, East St. Louis

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

BRO Benefit Concert

Jon Troast

April 16, 2009
7:00 PM
Oak Hill Presbyterian Church

4111 Connecticut

Saint Louis, MO 63116

for more information

A free will offering will be collected to benefit the BRO Holiday Toy Drive for Needy Families

Your donation of new/used toys and books are also welcome.

for more information about Jon and his music visit the following links below

"Wisconsin artist Jon Troast alternates between folky and funky. His smoky, David Gray–style vocals jump from sweet, spunky love songs to edgier, rhythmic explorations of life and responsibility."

"you’ll want to give Second Story a second listen, and a third, and fourth …"

-Performing Songwriter -

"Jon Troast possesses that indefinable something that separates the wheat from the chaff, folksinger-wise -- that je ne se quoi of sincerity, wit, melodicism and observational power that elevates these songs from folk-pop cliché and lands them squarely in the rich storytelling tradition of a David Wilcox or a James Taylor."

"Troast’s vocals have the throaty, lived-in sound of a James Blunt or John Ondrasik, with precise yet effortless phrasing that’s pitch-perfect for these songs."

-Daily Vault -

Jon Troast’s soul is vibrantly alive, and his writing is filled with an appreciation for everything and everyone in his life. His warm, slightly raspy voice puts you right in the song, and even when he’s singing about something not so wonderful (for example, “Knock Down,” with its musings on social awkwardness), there’s something more philosophical about it than depressing. He’s a pure, honest, true folkie in his heart and soul. And he’s a pretty gifted guitar player, too."

-Indie Music -