Featured Community Partner Profiles

Posted by Burton on April 13th, 2016 in Featured Community Partner Profiles  ⟩  0 comments

Lee Biosolutions will sponsor breakfast for Volunteer Service Day in Maryland Heights to over 100 Volunteers.

The City is hosting its third Service Day on Saturday, April 16 from 8:30 a.m. to noon to assist elderly and disabled residents with leaf clean-up and related yard work. No special skills are necessary and all willing volunteers are encouraged to sign-up. Boy and Girl Scout groups, civic organizations, businesses, church groups and students looking to fulfill volunteer hours are encouraged to get involved. Registration closes on Friday, April 8.

Volunteers will meet at the Community Center at 8:30 a.m for sign-in, breakfast and orientation. All work will be wrapped up by noon.  To register for the event, you can go to Volunteer Service Day

We are very proud to be part of the Maryland Heights Community and look forward to future volunteer events to sponsor.

Posted by Burton on April 3rd, 2015 in Headlines Featured Community Partner Profiles  ⟩  0 comments

On April 1st at the Great Circle Edgewood Campus in Webster Groves, Lee Biosolutions was one of seven recipients that was recognized with the 2015 Circle of Caring Volunteer Award. Lee Biosolutions was recognized by developing a highly specialized alternative internship program specifically designed for the older youth attending Hitchcock school at the Edgewood Campus.

Great Circle provides advance residential treatment for children with autism, respite services, self-injury treatment, behavioral healthcare, foster care and a place for middle and upper school students at Hitchcock School who are not able to function in a traditional education setting. Lee Biosolutions has continued through the years to be involved with community volunteerism and continues  coming up with innovative ways to be able to give back to those in need.

Burton Lee, President and CEO, “It has been one of the most fulfilling experiences to customize a program that benefits the Youth by equipping them with additional skills and knowledge by being part of the LeeBio team . We design the job around the priorities of the student, family and counselors which is unique in our field. They will finish the program with a sense of pride and  can to look back and see what they have been able to accomplish. These are students that others have given up on. We never will.  “

About Lee Bio

Lee Biosolutions is a manufacturer of high purity finished enzymes and related proteins such as cardiac and tumor biomarkers used by research institutions, IVD manufacturers and the biotech healthcare industries worldwide. LeeBio is known for its expertise, leadership and support by clients because of the its ability to partner with them in the development, purification, scale up and commercialization of innovative products.

Posted by Burton on May 5th, 2014 in Featured Community Partner Profiles  ⟩  0 comments


Lee Biosolutions has expanded our community outreach program to include a wonderful organization called Great Circle. Lee Biosolutions contributed $10,000 in 2013 and volunteered for Great Circle this holiday season that helped the Edgewood Children's Home and Hitchcock School programs. These caring individuals specialize in helping children that are abused , are in foster care and  have varying degrees of Autism and  Asperger's Syndrome.  Washington University works closely them developing innovative learning methods .   You can find dedicated counselors and therapists  going to a  child's home or in the worst case scenarios the child is brought to Edgewood where they can stay for months for special treatment.  This year we sponsored Career Day for the Science Class and had them visit our facility. We are also currently developing an internship program for these students.   

Posted by Burton on February 13th, 2013 in Featured Community Partner Profiles  ⟩  0 comments

Childrens Tumor Foundation

Imagine your child being diagnosed with a genetic disease that causes tumors to grow anywhere in the body called neurofibroatosis (NF) . Now imagine that you find out that he as NF2 and his tumors are in his brain and spinal column and he will require surgery after surgery. Imagine your child is only 10 years old when you find out. Its way too much for one family to go through and there are so many lives that are affected. There is an organization called Childrens Tumor Foundation that helps families families try and cope by providing support and resources . Lee Biosolutions, Inc became involved with CTF after hearing about a story of a boy named Jack who found out when he was 10 years old of this devastating disease.We will continue to support CTF and everything it has done to help these families cope through difficult times. Lee Biosolutions was a major sponsor for this Great fundraiser with Paper dolls Boutique this year. We need your continued support.

Posted by Burton on February 13th, 2013 in Featured Community Partner Profiles  ⟩  0 comments

Churchill Center and School for Learning Disabilities

Churchill Center and School is a recognized leader in the field of learning disabilities. Educators work with bright students who struggle with reading and spelling due to learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADD, ADHD or a combination. The organization's highly skilled and talented teachers and staff create customized programs specific to each child's needs. In addition to demystifying learn disabilities, Churchill helps students succeed academically and transition into conventional educational settings. Despite above-average intelligence, a nurturing family, proper motivation, and normal hearing and vision, many fail to learn to read and write. Lee Biosolutions supports Churchills Scholarship program.

Terri's Tutors, a component of Churchill's Outreach Program, provides educational support and free tutoring to school age children who are experiencing learning problems as a result of cancer treatment. It is now generally accepted that central nervous system treatments for childhood cancer can result in significant cognitive impairments and learning problems. It was the dream of one of Churchill's former teachers, Terri Thornton, to combine her teaching expertise and the insight she gained through her own cancer experience, to tutor young cancer survivors.