Responding to the crisis involving children along the border, St. James’, Austin, recently made a five-day trip to McAllen, TX to deliver shoes, diapers, blankets, hooded sweatshirts, juice boxes and other items to the detained kids.
Gail Ganter-Toback is one of three Episcopal Relief & Development diocesan coordinators in the Diocese of New York, a volunteer job she’s held since 2005. As a deacon, she works for the bishop and has been assigned to St. James’ Church in Hyde Park
Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has issued the following statement on the current crisis of unaccompanied children and families at the United States border.
Funds are needed to aid efforts to assist the record numbers of people, both unaccompanied minor children and families, who have been detained at the border seeking to enter the United States. Several cities within the Diocese of West Texas have been particularly hard hit, although the needs are...
Episcopal Relief & Development is assisting St. John's Episcopal Church in McAllen, Texas, as the congregation provides relief to hundreds of Central American migrants who crossed through Mexico to seek asylum in the United States.
Episcopal Relief & Development’s Lenten Meditations booklets are now available in English and Spanish. This year’s collection of forty-six reflections focuses on creating economic opportunities and strengthening communities, with a particular focus on...
At Episcopal Relief & Development, our hearts and prayers go out to those impacted by the tragic explosions at the April 15 Boston Marathon. We have posted a web statement, which is available here. The US Disaster Program has developed the following resources for parents...
The relief and development agencies of two mainline Protestant denominations are forming a new strategic partnership to prevent and control malaria in sub-Saharan Africa.