We Will Never Forget

The first half of 2019 brought tragedy to the community when we lost three heroes, Capt. Jacob “Jake” Ringering, EOW 3/5/19, Firefighter Paramedic Chris Moore, EOW 6/8/19, and Officer Michael Langsdorf, EOW 6/23/19. These brave public servants left behind families including 7 dependent children that we are honored to serve. The support BackStoppers provides to … Read moreWe Will Never Forget

Assisting the Family of Firefighter Paramedic Chris Moore

The BackStoppers is now assisting the family of Firefighter Paramedic Chris Moore of the Maryland Heights Fire Protection District who died in the line of duty on June 8, 2019 as a result of suffering a medical emergency. Firefighter Paramedic Moore served with the Maryland Heights Fire Protection District for 17 years. He was a … Read moreAssisting the Family of Firefighter Paramedic Chris Moore

Assisting the Family of Captain Jacob Ringering

The BackStoppers is now assisting the family of Captain Jacob “Jake” Ringering of the Godfrey Fire Protection District who died in the line of duty on March 5, 2019. Captain Ringering died as a result of injuries he sustained when a portion of a home collapsed during firefighters’ efforts to extinguish a house fire. Captain Ringering … Read moreAssisting the Family of Captain Jacob Ringering

Historical Day for Budwesier Guns ‘N Hoses

One night. One mission. One legendary impact. What an unbelievable record-breaking year for the 32nd year of Budweiser Guns ‘N Hoses. This morning, BackStoppers was presented the largest donation in Guns ‘N Hoses history with a grand total of $800,000! Guns ‘N Hoses and the St. Louis community have once again exceeded all expectations. By … Read moreHistorical Day for Budwesier Guns ‘N Hoses

One Mission. One Night. Legendary Impact

For 32 years, Budweiser Guns ‘N Hoses has captivated both the first responder and boxing communities, bringing the two groups together in epic bouts. Just like the Gateway Arch, St. Louis proudly claims Budweiser Guns ‘N Hoses as its own monumental tradition, an awe-inspiring mainstay. It is the event to attend on Thanksgiving Eve. Before … Read moreOne Mission. One Night. Legendary Impact

Rollin’ Out Awareness

Eight years ago, Rollin’for BackStoppers Executive Director, Lt. Cheryl E. Orange with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, saw a need in the first responder community. She had a vision of gathering minority communities, specifically African American, and spreading awareness of the BackStoppers’ mission. Lt. Orange’s vision became a reality, and Rollin’ for BackStoppers was … Read moreRollin’ Out Awareness