Donate Your Facebook Status for the Haitian Cause

Hello all-- There has been a tremendous response to the human suffering of so many in Haiti, but we need to continue praying and giving. Let me ask you to post the Episcopal Relief & Development cause to your Facebook profile and please continue to…Read More

Prayers and Support for Haiti Needed!

In light of the tragic earthquake in Haiti, which was the worst in the region in more than 200 years, Episcopal Relief & Development is providing emergency funds to Haiti. Episcopal Relief & Development is working with the Diocese there to address…Read More

Donating Your Birthday to Episcopal Relief & Development

Please consider donating your birthday to the cause of alleviating human suffering by extending Christ's healing to this hurting world. Bishop Pierre Whalon dedicated his birthday and raised over $1300! Think you can top that?? Please think about how you…Read More

Happy Thanksgiving!

“I do not cease to give thanks for you as I remember you in my prayers.” Eph. 1:16 We at Episcopal Relief & Development want to wish you a happy Thanksgiving! We give thanks for your support in this life-saving work as we collectively extend Christ's…Read More

Donating Your Birthday to Episcopal Relief & Development

Please consider donating your birthday to the cause of alleviating human suffering by extending Christ's healing to this hurting world. Bishop Pierre Whalon dedicated his birthday and raised over $1300! Think you can top that?? Please think about how you…Read More

Grappling With Institutional Costs At Not-For-Profits

As many of you know, Episcopal Relief & Development prides itself on assuring its donors that we have one of the lowest indirect (fundraising and administrative) costs rates in the industry. We work hard to keep our ratios in line. However, an article in…Read More

Standing by to help SE Flood Victims

Episcopal Relief & Development has been in contact with the Diocese of Atlanta and is ready to assist people affected by severe flooding as needed. The USA Disaster Preparedness and Response staff was in touch with the Diocese of Atlanta and was waiting…Read More
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