This week, DOORWAYS will benefit from Celebrity Week at Who Wants To Be A Millionaire with Terry Crews, thanks to Saint Louis native Andy Cohen. Cohen is the author of The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year; Host and Executive Producer of Watch What Happens Live; and Executive Producer of "The Real Housewives" franchise. Cohen selected DOORWAYS as his charity to receive any winnings he may earn on the show. Friends of DOORWAYS will gather to watch the show at Meyer’s Grove on Friday, 11/21/14 at 3 PM. You can join the fun at 4510 Manchester Ave, St Louis, MO 63110. Supporters will be able to purchase food and drink and watch the show together.


Can’t get to the party? You can check show times for your area here The show will air in Saint Louis on ABC/KDNL at 3:30 PM CST on Thursday, 11/20/14 and on Friday. Residents and staff at DOORWAYS’ premiere supportive housing facility, Cooper House, in the Central West End will gather for their own watch party on campus Thursday and Friday. Press interested in joining that party should contact Justine CraigMeyer at jcraigThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


DOORWAYS Interfaith Housing works to end homelessness for more than 2,000 men, women, and children affected by HIV/AIDS. Its focus is driven by the research that shows that housing is healthcare in both assisting those already infected with HIV and in prevention of the transmission of this life threatening virus. Cohen’s mother, Evelyn Cohen, helped found DOORWAYS and Cohen himself has served as Master of Ceremonies for DOORWAYS’ annual RED gala in 2009 (2015 info at “DOORWAYS is so thankful to Andy for shining a spotlight on our efforts to improve health and housing for people living with HIV/AIDS,” Opal M. Jones, DOORWAYS President and CEO said. “We will all be crowded around the TV, cheering him on, for sure.”


DOORWAYS is an interfaith nonprofit organization that provides housing and related supportive services to improve quality of life and health outcomes for people affected by HIV/AIDS. Through direct service delivery and the efforts of identified program partners, DOORWAYS’ programs and services annually benefit 1,000 households living with HIV/AIDS in the 15county St. Louis metropolitan area, 62 underserved counties in outstate Missouri, and another 55 underserved counties in outstate Illinois. In Saint Louis, to volunteer or to donate, please visit





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