Ministry of the Month

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You can help those in need in your community by nominating a ministry or organization whose mission includes empowering and liberating people who are poor or oppressed. ECF funds Episcopal parishes and their nonprofit partners who are working in our local communities in Middle and North Georgia in the areas of hunger, homelessness, generational poverty, refugee services, human trafficking victims, and those whose lives have been impacted by the criminal justice system.

Each month, ECF’s Ministry of the Month will receive a $500 donation and will be featured via our website, social media, and other communications. Help us understand how your organization is working to promote positive social change so we can highlight and recognize those making a difference. Nominate your organization today!

November’s Ministry of the Month: Path To Shine

Path To Shine, with its 18 locations, serving 200 children, excels in providing hope-filled dreams to children in the Diocese of Atlanta. The student-mentor relationship gives both hope, joy, and encouragement to both student and adult.

January Finalists

Vote for your favorite ministry no later than January 31!

January Voting
Beloved Atlanta
in partnership with All Saints’ Episcopal Church (Atlanta)
Beloved is a community of restoration for women who have been commercially sexually exploited. Beloved understands community is central to recovery and actively walks alongside each resident, equipping them with not only physical needs but also community and spiritual needs.
Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network
in partnership with All Saints’ Episcopal Church (Atlanta)
GAIN empowers asylum-seekers and immigrant victims of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes by providing free immigration legal services and social service referrals for immigrant survivors. Our vision is safety, freedom, and opportunity for all.
New Sanctuary Movement of Atlanta
in partnership with The Cathedral of St. Philip (Atlanta)
Join us in advocating for our “neighbors” as Jesus advocated that we love our neighbors as ourselves.