Archive of Collaborations
Search here for information on the Foundation’s past and current collaborative projects and partners:
provides fresh, quality, affordable produce through their community grocery store in The Grove neighborhood to promote healthy living and provide a space for neighbors to interact.
Arch City Defenders
provides direct legal services to the indigent and people experiencing homelessness in order to remove obstacles that prevent them from obtaining or maintain housing, treatment, and employment
Mission: St. Louis
empowers people to transform their lives, families, and neighborhoods through culturally-relevant programs that address critical states in the cycle of poverty.
works with young families with children aged 0-7 to help them approach the complex topic of racism by providing the families with diverse children’s books, resources for parents, and access to a supportive community that learns and leads together.
St. Francis Community Services – Southside Center
addresses immediate needs and systemic issues of immigrant families in St. Louis, regardless of individuals’ documentation statuses.
Fair Food Network
believes no system is as important to our future as our food system. They are committed to pushing boundaries and identifying catalytic opportunities that create on-the-ground impact and can serve as replicable models to move the field forward faster.
United Congregations of Metro East
At the heart of the foundation, we value efforts to advance equity, opportunity, & human dignity. These efforts often address the following topics, though Racial Equity is the overarching, all-encompassing priority for each organization or project we fund.
“Funding neighborhood work fosters systemic change by addressing the root causes of poverty and oppression. It fosters the confidence within individuals to dream while simultaneously creating access to the tools and resources needed to achieve those dreams.” — IWF Executive Summary, 2019