Malachi’s Storehouse received a combined $28,593.60 from the 2018 and 2019 Hunger Walk Run events to renovate their kitchen space at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. For 25 years, Malachi’s Storehouse has been addressing food insecurity in Metro Atlanta by providing … Continue Reading →
My favorite part of the story of Moses and the exodus from Egypt is when the Children of Israel, once they are free from their suffering under Pharaoh, have been traveling seemingly in circles in the desert just long enough—about … Continue Reading →
Today, the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia (ECF) announces a new gift program that will allow the community to vote each month to determine a ministry or nonprofit who will receive a $500 donation. ECF’s Ministry of … Continue Reading →
The purpose of the Diocese of Atlanta’s Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia is to assist members within our community of faith in creating legacy gifts through Wills and other planned giving instruments. In so doing, this ministry will be securing financial resources to serve the poor and the oppressed in our area, a charge given to us by Jesus himself.
Rainbow Village received a $17,819 General Grant from ECF in 2018 in partnership with Christ Episcopal Church (Norcross). In its study “Creating High Impact Nonprofits,” the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society concluded the following: Conventional wisdom says that … Continue Reading →
I suppose Eve and Adam were the first tenants to be evicted from their home back at the beginning of Creation. Perhaps back then, grounds for eviction was failure to abide by the landlord’s contract, so they and all their … Continue Reading →
ECF can accept your charitable donation from your IRA 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.
Path To Shine received a $30,917 General Grant from ECF over two years (2018 & 2019) in partnership with multiple churches in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. A child born into poverty in Atlanta has only a 4% chance of … Continue Reading →
Part of ECF’s charge is to support ministry for our siblings and children among us trapped in generational poverty. Generational poverty differs from situational poverty. Situational poverty is a condition caused by a sudden crisis, like environmental disasters, divorce, job … Continue Reading →
On March 15, 2020, the Episcopal Community Foundation for Middle and North Georgia (ECF) partnered with the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) and local faith organizations for the 36th Annual Hunger Walk Run. Earlier that week, with COVID-19 beginning to … Continue Reading →