Community Involvement

Hundreds of the completed Community Creations prints for Affton will be donated to local organizations so that they can sell them as part of their fundraising efforts.  Here are some of the organizations already set up to receive donations!

Oakland House / Affton Historical Society

In 1969 Oakland House was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. In 1975 Oakland House received the first plaque given to a historic home by the St. Louis County Parks & Recreation Department. In 1983 Oakland House was recorded by the Historic American Buildings Survey of the United States Department of the Interior in the Library of Congress.

Today Oakland House is owned by the Affton Historical Society that is responsible for the maintenance, preservation, restoration and renovation of the home. Such projects are funded through a combination of annual member dues donations, an endowment fund and ongoing fundraising events. The vast majority of the labor at Oakland House is provided by volunteer members of the Affton Historical Society and their families.

Find out more by visiting the website at

Affton Firefighters Community Outreach Program

Do you have a group looking for someone to talk about being safe in your home, fire safety, fire prevention, basic first aid or what to do in a medical emergency?  The Affton Fire Protection District has a community out-reach program.  Through this program a representative from the district will attend a meeting to discuss and cover topics of the group’s choice.

To learn more about this program, visit: