We could do a bonfire, we could make lots of mulch for our yard but here at the Axe House we have decided to do something good with it. We are happy to announce that we are teaming up with Lutheran Outreach College Hill Peace Park to help the homeless population of St. Louis stay warm over the winter months. So who wants to come help us chop up some wood for the homeless?
The Axe House is pleased to present our first charity event to support the US Veterans Foundation.On Halloween night the Zombies are coming to attack. Will you be ready to defend your friends and family? Do you have what it takes to hurl a 1.25 lb Axe with precision accuracy to stop the Zombie DEAD in his tracks?We will also be giving out cash prizes for the best costume AND the best chili. Details are in the event link.
We are a veteran and firefighter owned/operated business so we truly understand the importance of our homeland heros. As a result we want to give back to that community. All first responders receive 10% off of each visit. (ID Required)
We have a 11x17 printer to give you a Axe-tra motivational target to aim at. $5 charge for the first target. $2 each additional.
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Being an active firefighter owned business, we understand the stress and real danger that our first responders endure on a daily basis. We always pray that everyone makes it home okay but occasionally that doesn't happen. That’s when our community shows its true colors. We always come together to lift up our brother or sister and give the family support. The Axe House showed it's support for our brother in blue on Jan 14th. The community came out and raised $2,300 for this injured Hero. We wish him Gods speed in recovery and can't wait to see him come throw axes in person very soon.
The Axes Games was a benefit axe throwing tournament hosted by the Monarch Firefighter Community Outreach group at the Axe House.. This event was created with the intent of raising money for Camryn Coughlin, a 7 year old boy who was recently diagnosed with adrenoleukodystrophy. To stop this rare genetic disease from progressing, Camryn is in need of a bone marrow transplant. That's where Monarch Firefighters and The Axe Games came in!
16 4-person teams competed in a double elimination tournament style for bragging rights, trophies, and prizes! Along with the tournament participants can enjoyed complimentary buffet food and beer, 50/50 raffles, and side games to keep the fun going.
This event rqaised $5,380 in total.All proceeds from this event went towards Camryn and any medical expenses his family will incur.We appreciate all of the participants for coming out and making this event a huge success. Thank you.