Have you ever been in an escape room? Only through solving a complicated problem can you and your group of friends or family escape. What happens if you don’t make it out in time? You lose, and you are “imprisoned” … Continue Reading →
“It should be the work of God’s people to inject hope and love into such a system to get things working better.”
ECF can accept your bequest and distribute your gift to your parish, ministries in our Diocese that you are passionate about, and to our grantmaking fund which ensures ECF is able to continue helping Episcopal parishes serve the poor and oppressed for decades to come.
I had never given much thought to the subject of refugees until my first year of seminary. My fieldwork placed me among children of refugee families in the resettlement community in Clarkston, GA, on the east side of Atlanta, just … Continue Reading →
Today the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia (ECF) announces three General Grants to organizations that are lifting people from poverty and oppression in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. The grants have been made to Intown Collaborative Ministries … Continue Reading →
Over two years, El Refugio Ministry received $40,000 funding from ECF to fund the pilot of a new post-release program that offers short-term accommodations for those released with asylum from the detention center. Not only is the Center located in … Continue Reading →
Statistics about human trafficking are hard to digest. Consider the following: 9 million people worldwide are victims of forced labor, including sexual exploitation at any given time (United Nations) 5 million people in the U.S. are human trafficking victims at … Continue Reading →
In an earlier life, I was an ardent thespian. I loved acting and directing plays and musicals, and even managed to get paid for my work from time to time. One of our favorite shows back in the ‘80s was … Continue Reading →
Today the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia (ECF) announces it has granted $95,800 to four organizations that are lifting people from poverty and oppression in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. The grants have been made to Community … Continue Reading →
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