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Willows Way Collecting Gifts and Donations for Clients in Need Through Angel Tree Fund

Organization promotes independence in adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities  

St. Charles-based non-profit Willows Way is accepting monetary donations and gifts to brighten the holiday season for its clients through its Angel Tree program. Willows Way offers social-service programs to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

There are a couple of ways to make a Willows Way Angel Tree donation:

  • Visit for the client wish-list. A gift may be purchased online and dropped off or sent directly to the Willows Way office at 800 Friedens Road, Suite. 100, St. Charles, MO 63303. Be sure to purchase your gift online in enough time to receive and deliver the gift to Willows Way by Monday, Dec. 18.
  • Give by cash or check to the Willows Way Angel Tree Fund. Donations may be mailed or brought to the office at 800 Friedens Road, Suite 100, St. Charles, MO 63303 by Monday, Dec. 18. Donations may also be made via credit card on the Willows Way website at org. Money collected will be used to purchase gifts for clients in need.

"Any donations made to our Angel Tree Fund are greatly appreciated. We strive to make our clients feel special every single day. Donating this holiday season to our Angel Tree fund will help ensure that all of our clients who are in need this year receive a special gift," said Willows Way Executive Director Joy Steele.

For more information about Willows Way's Angel Tree Fund, call 636-947-6591 or visit

About Willows Way

Willows Way promotes independence and personal growth for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities through a variety of social-service programs. These include: Realities, which provides up to 8 hours of individualized services per week; Individualized Supported Living, which provides up to 24-hour-a-day support to allow individuals to live independently based on their needs and goals; RISE - Reaching Independence Through Social Engagement, which offers participants daily structured activities designed to promote social networking, community involvement, volunteerism and physical activities; and Project HEART, which provides stimulating, person-centered health education classes, skills training and resource information to people with developmental disabilities. For more information about Willows Way, visit or call 636-947-6591.