On Nov. 15, a massive fire destroyed a warehouse in the Botanical Heights neighborhood of St. Louis. Fortunately, no one was injured, but the fire destroyed hundreds of toys intended for the Shriners’ Hospital Christmas party. The Shriners intended to give the toys to about 1,500 of the hospital’s younger patients. Blue Stingray and Relay […]
Giving Back Pays DividendsWe believe that the best way to judge the success of a business isn't revenue, but rather the business's ability to give back to its community. We support several important charitable causes, and their incredible work helps to make the St. Louis region a better place to live and work.
We're privileged to be able to support the causes listed below.
To find out how you can contribute, click on any of the charities to learn more.
TREE House of Greater St. Louis
Also known as Therapeutic Horsemanship, TREE House improves the lives of individuals with disabilities by providing them with access to therapy, recreation, and education. Blue Stingray handles TREE House's marketing assets pro bono, and we sponsor benefit polo matches to help the organization continue its wonderful work.
St. Louis Benefit Polo
Many St. Louis Benefit Polo matches raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for worthy causes, including TREE House, Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital, Endangered Wolf, and Gateway to Hope. St. Louis's polo players are continuing the time-honored tradition of combining the thrilling sport with charitable fundraising.
When a fire destroyed a Botanical Heights warehouse in 2017, it eliminated thousands of toys intended for the Shriner's Hospital's younger patients. Blue Stingray sponsored a toy drive, helping the hospital to recover some of its lost assets and giving kids a second chance at a happy holiday season.
Boys Hope Girls Hope
Our CEO, Brian Rehg, mentors young adults who are interested in learning about careers in technology. Participants can shadow Blue Stingray employees to see how our staff puts their programming, design, and marketing skills to practice.