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The Incarnate Word Foundation welcomes Kate Flatley to their team, according to Bridget Flood, Foundation Executive Director. “We’re thrilled to bring Kate on board as Senior Program Director,” said Bridget. “We are excited to collaborate with her on behalf of our St. Louis-area partners. We believe in a community where the poor and marginalized, especially…
Celebrating our annual Grant & Award Reception in person November 18, 2021 at the beautiful Piper Palm House in Tower Grove Park! Nearly 50 organizations received funding from us this year, all in service of families, education, senior citizens, housing, youth programs and others that lift our community every day with their commitment, spirit, and…
While many of us strained against the stay-at-home orders of the pandemic, and were impatient to get back to normal, there were others who prepared to re-enter the world after a much longer time locked away. People with criminal records face great obstacles in reentry, especially in finding employment. In the St. Louis area, job…
Friends of the Incarnate Word Foundation and the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word gathered at Piper Palm House in St. Louis’s Tower Grove Park to celebrate the publication of Blue Hole Wisdom: My Journey with the Sisters by Bridget McDermott Flood, executive director of the foundation. In this memoir of connection and common…
As he drove down the exit ramp, the man considered how easy it’d be to drive off the side. A quick, fatal car accident, and the pain would end. It wasn’t the first time the idea crossed his mind. His fingers tightened on the steering wheel. He slowed to a stop at the ramp’s end….
In 2014, 54.9% of St. Louis City residents lived in neighborhoods the USDA classified as food deserts. Local organizations are developing collaborative solutions to support food access in these communities and beyond. Still, there’s work to be done. Below are key access barriers and strategies the city can take to address food insecurity in St. Louis,…
Immigration in St. Louis Since 1950, the City of St. Louis has lost over half of its population. Immigrants and refugees have supported the city’s numbers and can help it sustain growth. Immigrants and refugees are also known to contribute significantly to local economies. In St. Louis, immigrants who own small businesses have created hundreds…
Read more about IWF news, happenings within the Catholic Church and St. Louis community, RECON events, and our COVID-19 Response.
Updates on the Catholic Church’s efforts to serve the poor and marginalized in St. Louis and across the globe.
An Invitation for St. Louis to Come Together, Learn Together, and Engage in Reuniting Divided Communities.
Every continent in the world is impacted by the corona virus pandemic. In St. Louis, we’re supporting communities to help us sustain each another.
Our grants spark collaborative relationships by
funding organizations serving the most vulnerable in our city.
Our Impact on the St. Louis Community
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.