News & Updates Archive
Incarnate Word Foundation is in the news, and bringing you articles and information related to our community concerns, partnerships, and initiatives. Search our archive for more information:
We appreciate our collaborative partner, Jeane Vogel, Executive Director, Webster Arts, who hosted this panel discussion in conjunction with “On the Street Where I Live,” a nationally juried exhibit. Panelists: Ellie Wharton, General Manager, KWRH-LP, Radio 63119, located at Webster-Rock Hill Ministries Rev. Wendy Bruner, Pastor Peace United Church of Christ, Webster Groves Moderator: Sr. Helena Monahan,…
The fifth annual Stories of Our St Louis Sisters essay contest produced a record number of entries and a record number of winners. The following students were awarded Amazon Gift Cards at a November 14 ceremony at Incarnate Word Academy. The contest is sponsored by the Incarnate Word Foundation and is an attempt to draw…
The Incarnate Word Foundation (IWF) is seeking applications for an organization/individual partnership to plant and care for an Urban Orchard in St. Louis City. This project spurs localized economic and community development by serving the surrounding neighborhood with access to fruit trees and providing public green space. A percentage of the produce yielded from the orchards…
Sponsors: Archdiocesan Peace and Justice Commission Incarnate Word Foundation Saint Louis University Society of St. Vincent de Paul Fr. Boyle: I am closer to God when I am with the people at our place. What brings you out tonight is not me, but an ongoing need for an alignment to bring us to the dream…
Catholic bishops take on racism in society and the church
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.