Wings of Hope expands Chesterfield facility
Chesterfield-based Wings of Hope is currently in the process of expanding its world headquarters by 10,000 square feet.
The existing facility, housed at Spirit of St. Louis airport, was built in 2006.
For 50 years, Wings of Hope has provided humanitarian care to children around the world. Locally, the agency’s Medical Relief and Air Transport Program serves children with major birth defects and adults with illnesses that cannot be treated in St. Louis and flies them to out-of-town hospitals.
The international work includes operations in 46 countries and serves more than 1 million people.