Saint Louis University Community Partner Profile
Organization Name: St. Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America
Contact Person: Mary Louis Pabello

438 N. Skinker Blvd

Phone Number:

(314) 540-6964

Email Address: ,


Category: Faith and Justice / Multi-Cultural
Internships Available?: Yes
Transportation Needed?: No (Metro-Link)

Mission Statement/Objectives:


To accompany the people of Latin America in their struggles for human rights and social justice and to educate and advocate in the U.S.

Work for just policies and laws so that Latin Americans find welcome in St Louis (and the US). Challenge prejudice and promote respect and dignity through education and advocacy in St Louis.

Protect human rights by challenging militarism, social prejudice, environmental exploitation, and political repression in Latin American countries.

Promote transparent free trade agreements with environmental protections by educating and advocating with legislators and to pass Sweatfree Communities resolutions in metro St Louis.  

Build bridges of friendship and solidarity to connect people of the US and Latin America with projects of social justice and sustainable living.


Service Opportunities:

General assistance is needed around the organization - advocacy and outreach assistance, administrative tasks, computer/technical assistance, research, inventorying, etc.
Generally Mondays-Fridays, anytime 10am-4pm for office; evenings and weekends for meetings, outreach, and events.

Volunteer Pre-Requisites:

- Application
Directions from SLU: