OASIS named as one of 100 top-performing nonprofits on new index

OASIS has been recognized among the 100 top-performing nonprofits in America in the new Social Impact 100 Index.

OASIS, an education enrichment organization which serves adults age 50 and over, has been recognized among the 100 top-performing nonprofits in America in the new Social Impact 100 Index. Non-profits listed in the index are those that have evidence of results and are ready to grow.  

Much like the Standard & Poor’s stock index, the S&P 500, which provides information to help people make investment decisions, the S&1 100 provides a way for donors to know if nonprofits are having a real impact. Most people don’t realize there are evidence-based solutions to social issues, such the issue OASIS addresses – aging. This is because donors have never had an easy way to know which nonprofits are doing the most good, and have the potential to do even more. The S&I 100 changes that.

OASIS is one of three organizations in the S&I 100 that are headquartered in Missouri, along with College Bound and the Wyman Center.  And we are one of only four aging-related organizations listed in the index. In the Greater St. Louis area OASIS is reaching nearly 10,000 children and adults each year through our education, health and volunteer programs.

OASIS has a presence in O'Fallon as of last year, located at the Senior Center located on the campus of the City of O'Fallon.  Learn more about OASIS by visiting our website at www.oasisnet.org/StLouis or call the O'Fallon location at 314-220-6871.

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