Our Impact

The St. Peter Claver Foundation (SPCF) is the charitable arm of the Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary supporting special programs and projects that strengthen the communities we serve throughout the nation.

We Have Partnered With Moldex to Distribute 100,000 N-95 Masks in Urban Communities Throughout the Country

Thank You! Moldex has partnered with the Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary to distribute 100,000 N-95 masks in urban communities throughout the country! Thank-you for this generous donation and opportunity to further fulfill our mission to protect life! Visit Moldex's Coronavirus Resource Hub

SPCF Sponsors Mass and Talk With Bishop Fernand Cheri at Xavier University of Louisiana

Talk on Racism, Social Justice, and Vocations Keeps Students Engaged

Special thanks to Claver Brother Bishop Fernand J. Cheri, OFM , Auxiliary Bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans, for spending several hours of his Labor Day weekend to worship, dialogue, and fellowship with our Knights and Ladies from Xavier University of Louisiana Collegiate Unit #403.
The socially-distanced Mass and talk on racism, social justice, life, and vocations celebrated the work of our Patronal Saint, St. Peter Claver, and was also a call to prayer and service to help those affected by Hurricane Laura.
Bishop Cheri challenged each student to take charge of their lives and spirituality; to pray for and look out for one another; and to lead as compassionate and moral examples of God’s love under His direction and guidance.
Xavier University Council #403 Grand Knight and Immediate Past Junior Supreme Knight Carrington Guillory and Court #403 Grand Lady Asha Richardson thanked Bishop Cheri and presented him with a token of appreciation for his leadership and participation.
The day wrapped up with a Labor Day Weekend barbecue sponsored by our own Saint Peter Claver Foundation.
1.000 N-95 masks were also donated to the chapel as a part of our national partnership Moldex to distribute 100,000 of the masks in urban communities across the country.
Special thanks to Lady Lisa McClain, Director of Campus Ministry, Brother Deacon Harold Vincent Sr., Pastoral Minister, Sir Knight Grant A. Jones, Executive Director, and all who made this event the success it was and who have consistently shown their commitment to developing the future of our Church and Noble Order.
Bishop Cheri has committed to regularly working with our Xavier Unit and to helping the Knights and Ladies be one true Sentinels of our Faith!
Thanks also to the Clarion Herald for announcing the event.

  • Black Lives Matter - Dignity of Black Lives
  • Criminal Justice Reform
  • Domestic Violence
  • Human Trafficking
  • Racism

  • Temporary and Emergency Housing
  • Home Furnishings and Supplies
  • Job Training
  • Food Pantries

  • Tutoring / Afterschool Programs
  • College Track Programs
  • Classroom Supplies and Equipment
  • Tuition Assistance / Financial Aid Support

  • Drive-A-Senior Programs
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Living Assistance
  • Partnership Programs with AARP

  • Domestic Abuse Support
  • Enrichment Activities
  • Social Services
  • Family Support
  • Youth Development

  • Sickle Cell Research / Support
  • Medical Supplies and Equipment
  • Health Fairs
  • Fitness Activities
  • Blood Drives

  • Religious and Clergy Spiritual and Professional Development
  • Support for Seminarians