A Conductor is someone who believes in the power of care
Providing compassionate care for as little as $0.86 a day
Mary Ryder Home changes lives through compassionate care every day. In 1930 Mary Elizabeth Ryder arrived at Union Station and as she stepped off the train, noted countless women who sought safe refuge at the station. A few days later a police sergeant asked Mary to help shelter the many St. Louis women left vulnerable by the Great Depression. Mary Ryder opened her home to all women, and through compassionate care conducted these women to a brighter future.
That's why we created the Conductors Giving Club: To nourish each lady’s social, physical and emotional needs, and enhance their quality of life through care, respect and friendship. Each woman at Mary Ryder Home is someone’s mother, sister, auntie, grandma, cousin, friend and loved one.
As a Conductor, you are part of a group of philanthropic ambassadors whom are compassionate and concerned about the wellness of low-income senior women with severe and persistent mental health challenges.