Honorary Chairs

Cricket Jones and Alan Jones,
Dean Emeritus of Grace Cathedral

Honorary Committee Co-Chairs

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Marc Handley Andrus & Dr. Sheila Andrus

Diane B. Wilsey

Ambassador James C. Hormel

& Michael P.N. Hormel

Cathie & "Pitch" Johnson

Honorary Committee Members

  • Benjamin Bachmann

  • William J. Bennington

  • Barbra Ruffin-Boston

  • Jamie & Philip Bowles

  • Valerie Crane Dorfman

  • Drs. Quita & Marc Cruciger

  • Nina & Casper DeClercq

  • Michael Ferreboeuf

  • Christine Garvey

  • Carey Perloff & Anthony Giles

  • Suzanne & Lou Giraudo

  • Donal Godfrey, SJ

  • Leslie & George Hume

  • Ann & Hollinshead Knight

  • Susan & Niels Larsen

  • Patricia Taylor Lee

  • Fred M. Levin

  • Sharon & Jay Levy

  • Lynn McLaughlin & David Webb

  • Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House

  • The Ven. Nina Pickerrell

  • Helen Hilton Raiser

  • Adelle & Donald Runnicles

  • The Hon. George Shultz & Charlotte Shultz

  • The Rt. Rev. William Swing & Mary Swing

  • The Rev. Frances Tornquist & John Tornquist

  • The Very Rev. Dr. Malcolm Young & Heidi Ho

Thank You to Our Sponsors


Virtual Night of Light 2020

Let the inspiration, celebration and virtual community begin.

6:30 P.M. Pre-show

7:00-8:00 P.M. Livestream Virtual Fundraiser

“For over 40 years, Episcopal Impact Fund has proudly honored our city’s patron, St. Francis, who taught us to ‘preach the gospel. Sometimes use words.’ Their dedication to lifting up our most vulnerable and confronting the scourge of poverty in our community has inspired countless people to live their faith through action. The 2020 Night of Light event is a beautiful celebration of Episcopal Impact Fund’s extraordinary service to the Bay Area and the tireless individuals who strengthen and enrich our community.” -CONGRESSWOMAN NANCY PELOSI, SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE







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During the pandemic, our mission to serve Bay Area people living in poverty never wavered. We rushed emergency grants to frontline responders, eliminated barriers to funding, and greatly increased our giving. We supported every church in its efforts to meet the basic needs of its community. And we heard the call to redouble our efforts to address systemic racism in the context of poverty.

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