Please join us for Centering Children in Politics: A Symposium for Investing in Black Futures on Saturday, February 22. This day-long event, jointly hosted and developed by Faith for Justice and Deaconess Foundation
December 9, 2019 – Faith-Inspired Social Action
We welcome Rev. Jim Wallis, Founder, President and Editor-in-Chief of Sojourners, New York Times bestselling author and widely-recognized theologian.
Deaconess Foundation is soliciting proposals to launch a Power Moves assessment to measure the Foundation’s use of power and depth in executing a power-building approach rooted in tenets of “trust-based philanthropy”.
Just for Kids (J4K) Community Conversations are forums designed to introduce our community action tank, Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being, to the St. Louis region and amplify Deaconess Foundation’s commitment to Building A Community Just for Kids, advancing the work of child advocates through public policy and racial equity.
To highlight the contributions of the comprehensive North Central Plan developed by our neighbors in 2000 and the call for a renewal of localized community planning, Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being is hosting Equitably Redeveloping Your Community. This six-part workshop series offers residents an opportunity to learn the process of community-led development.
A generation ago local members of United Church of Christ (UCC) congregations organized mission groups and volunteered personal time to visit patients, serve as candy stripers and witness to God’s healing presence at Deaconess Hospital. In April 2018, Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being opened its doors.
To learn more about Partnership Opportunities
Join Covenant Blu Neighborhood Association & Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being for a 18th Ward Aldermanic Candidate Forum. Open to the Public. RSVP
Please join us on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, for a joint meeting of Deaconess Foundation and Deaconess Center for Child Well-Being. We welcome reflections and feedback from community members and partners. RSVP HERE
On October 23, join regional movement builders and business leaders across sectors to examine social and environmental movements that have both succeeded and failed, led by Leslie Crutchfield of Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. This event represents the last of five J4K Community Conversations which bring and have brought national leaders to St. Louis to hold forums designed to activate change …
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