You can support IRWP by shopping at SMILE.AMAZON.COM
and Amazon will donate .5% of your purchase to Immigrant & Refugee Women's Program!
AmazonSmile is the same as shopping on Amazon, with the same products, prices, and service. Your shopping cart, wish list, and other account settings are also the same. Follow these 3 simple steps:
1. Visit smile.amazon.com
2. Select Immigrant & Refugee Women's Program as your Charity. (If you do not see our name, type in 42-1696954)
3. Shop as usual - that's it!
How does your support make an impact?
Check out our Giving Guide on our Donate page. See how your support will help students reach their goals.
2014 IRWP Irish Hoolie - New Date
Sunday, April 27th is our reschedule date for the Irish Hoolie. Mitzi MacDonald and Keltic Reign are performing at Maggie O'Brien's. A huge thank you to both of them for rescheduling after the ice and snow forced us to postpone from our March date. Advance tickets only $7.50. Tickets at the door are $10. Bring your ticket from the March event date for admittance. If you need a replacement ticket, please call our office at 314-771-1104.
Doors open at noon, music 1:00 - 3:30.
Click to view our Irish Hoolie Flyer.
Click for the order form to attend the Hoolie or purchase raffle tickets.
Tickets may also be purchased at our sponsor:
Thistle & Clover!
407 S Main St, St Charles, MO 63301
Thistle & Clover specializes in Scottish,
Irish and Welsh gift and heraldry items.
Over $5,200 was raised at last year's Irish Hoolie to support our students and volunteers!
2014 Trivia Night
Thank you to everyone for making our Trivia Night in 2013 a great success. $12,416 was raised to support our students and volunteers.
Mark your calendars to join us at IRWP's 15th Annual Trivia Night/Silent Auction on Saturday, October 18, 2014!
St. Catherine Laboure Parish Hall, 9740 Sappington Road, 63128. Doors open at 6:15 and play begins at 7:00. Tables of 8 at $20 per person.
Making House Calls
Does anyone make house calls anymore? As a volunteer teacher at the Immigrant & Refugee Women’s Program in St. Louis, Missouri, Sister Rosel Marie Feder does! Why? “People are comfortable in their own surroundings,” says Sister Rosel. “When people are relaxed, they learn more readily.”
Click to read more.
If you didn't receive our June 2013, you can read it online.
Click to read about Sifa, Mariana, and other stories!
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