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Telling the Stories of Older Adults During the Pandemic

As America begins to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are reminded of the profound impact that the virus and the social isolation that it necessitated had on older adults. The Catholic Health Association recently held a webinar series titled “Old Age- Our Future” which discussed this topic and more. More…


Human Trafficking Awareness Month

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Learn more about the statewide response to trafficking at mocate.org. More…


Grantee Spotlight: Eye Thrive

Pivoting an inherently in-person service amidst a global pandemic is no easy feat, but Eye Thrive has shown that with some innovation, guidance, and support from funders like Marillac Mission Fund, anything is possible. More…


DACA Restored

A Brooklyn judge has ordered that the Department of Homeland Security must begin accepting new Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program applications after trying to end the program. The program shields young immigrants from deportation and authorizes them to stay and work. More…


Missouri Ranks 45th in Support for Seniors

When older Missourians have access to supports that help them age in their own homes and communities, they can live with dignity as they age. Yet in recent years, programs designed to help keep Missouri's seniors at home have been substantially cut or underfunded. More…