The St. Louis Inter-Faith Committee on Latin America (IFCLA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Missouri that is committed to standing in solidarity with the poor of Latin America.

We have a Board of Directors and an Executive Committee but the actual work of IFCLA is carried out by our Core Committee. This Core Committee consists of active volunteers and other interested parties (in conjunction with the Board and the Executive Committee) who meet monthly to accomplish the Mission, Vision and Goals of IFCLA. Committees and working groups carry this work to the larger community.

The day-to-day coordination of activities is led by our Program Coordinators - Bridget and Sara, currently the only paid staff.  For 2016-17 they will be assisted by Mary Louise Pabello, a Loretto Volunteer.

In addition, IFCLA offers opportunities to students from Washington University, Saint Louis University, Webster University and Eden Seminary to serve as interns or practicum students to learn about Latin American issues and our work in the Saint Louis area. 
To find out more about becoming an intern or volunteering,  click here
Our Organizational Structure
For a list of Core Committee members, click here
For information about our Staff, Volunteers and Interns, click here
Accompanying the people of Latin America in their struggles for human rights and social justice since 1982
438 North Skinker Boulevard
Saint Louis, Missouri
(314) 721-2977
Immigration - Intervention - Investment - Immersion
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Our mission: To accompany the people of Latin America in their struggles for human rights and
social justice, and to educate and advocate in the US