Ameren cheers on the Blues as “Power Play Goals for Kids” raises money for local charities

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)- With seventeen Power Play goals so far this season, one lucky St. Louis charity will reap the benefits of the Blues success on the Power Play. Through “Power Play Goals for Kids,”

Ameren is set to donate $200 for every Blues Power Play goal. This is the second year for this event, with Ameren raising over $14,000 for charities in its inaugural year.

David Wakeman, Senior Vice President of Ameren Missouri’s Customer Operations stopped by dicuss the rules of this incredible contest. Online voters will select their favorite charity from a group of four finalist. Based on votes, the fan favorite charity will be awarded a the grand cash prize.

The Final Four Charities

MARYGROVE KATHRYN FELDT-REPRESENTING
Represented by Kathryn Feldt, Marygrove provides quality mental health services to severely disturbed children, young adults and their families who are economically disadvantaged.

DELTA GAMMA CENTER FOR CHILDREN WITH VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS

Represented by Debbie Naucke, this organization aims to bring much needed services to children living with visual impairments.
MATT KADY-KIDSMART
Matt Kady represented this charity that wants kids to have the basic tools for learning by transferring, at no cost, the community’s surplus supplies and merchandise into the hands of teachers for school children in need.

“GIRLS ON THE RUN”

With Rikki Takayama as their representative, this organization inspires girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.

Online voting for this event will open January 31st. For more information, visit www.NHL.com/Blues