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:
An IWF partnership expands vital mental health services in the St. Louis region
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….
COVID-19 and STL Kids: A Virtual Forum
Dear Colleagues, The Incarnate Word Foundation is partnering with the Deaconess Foundation to sponsor a public forum for parents, community leaders and stakeholders to discuss the impact of and available resources for COVID-19 for St. Louis’s children. In order to log on and bring questions to this Virtual Forum tomorrow, Friday, March 20th at 10:00…
IWF convenes Missouri funders to discuss the Effects of Missouri Budget & Policy on Children & Families
In Fall 2019, Incarnate Word Foundation convened Missouri funders who invest in child-serving agencies to discuss the “Effects of Missouri Budget & Policy on Children & Families.” Mike Fitzgerald of the Incarnate Word Foundation welcomed attendees (above) to the event, hosted in Columbia, Missouri. Summary The Honorable Kip Kendrick, Missouri State Representative, welcomed participants and…
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.