Practicing the teachings, compassion and love of Jesus Christ, St. Francis Community Services serves individuals and families in need through community-based, culturally sensitive programs, helping people to recognize their strengths, overcome obstacles and achieve a better tomorrow.Donate Request Service
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Imagine dodging violence every time you walk to school or the market … leaving...
A Healing Family
After hearing the evidence and receiving the recommendation from the guardian ad litem (who waved his fee), the court awarded our client, Kathy, custody of her four young grandchildren. Kathy left the courthouse with certified copies giving her full legal and physical custody of the kids. She was very emotional and grateful to our lawyer, indicating how important it was for the children to know during this difficult time they will always be safe and taken care of.
“Anna” was widowed at the age of 30 with two small children. Already on the brink of poverty and emotional collapse, her small house was extensively damaged later that same year during the severe flooding of December 2015. Anna was completely overwhelmed, and could not afford to pay for the repairs. Our […]Continue Reading
The Southside location of St. Francis Community Services is holding its annual Christmas Adopt-a-Family program. Every year during the holiday season, individuals, schools, churches, and businesses “adopt” the families we serve to help make their Christmases brighter, providing gifts and household essentials. This year we have more than 170 families. If […]Continue Reading
On June 17th, more than 400 guests gathered for a fun and meaningful evening at the Ballpark Hilton St. Louis for our 2nd annual summertime gala, Seeds of Hope. Thanks to the generosity of many supporters, we were able to raise funds to help continue our important work with vulnerable youth, families, […]Continue Reading