Keeping Immigrant Tenants Housed

In one recent case, St. Francis’ Immigrant Housing Justice Project negotiated with a local landlord to secure housing for 11 tenants who were behind in rent and at risk of eviction. Our legal team was able to work with the landlord to reduce the amount that tenants were in arrears and provide tenants with direct aid assistance to satisfy their back rent owed. Because of this individualized advocacy, the IHPJ team was able to secure their housing.

St. Francis Helps New Momma

Earlier this year, one of our clients went into labor several weeks early. Her baby was born almost three months premature and spent many weeks in the NICU. Our long-term case management program, Pathways to Progress, assisted this single mother by providing gas cards for her to get to and […]

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Back to School Supply Drive

“I eat only one meal a day so my kids can eat.” (Client & Mom of 2) Many of our clients live 150% below the poverty line — struggling between gas to get to work and food for their children. Buying school supplies can be a major added stress for […]

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SFCS Announces Appointment of Two New Board Members

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, July 13, 2022 Media Contact: Heather Kemper Dir. of Development c. 314.799.9292 e. St. Francis Community Services Announces Appointment of Two New Board Members ST. LOUIS – St. Francis Community Services, one of eight Catholic Charities of St. Louis agencies, is pleased to announce the […]

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