2017 Year End Reflection
As 2017 ends, we reflect on Episcopal Impact Fund’s work serving people living in poverty in the Bay Area.
Because of your generous support:
Children growing up poor in San Francisco, Oakland, Hayward, Richmond, San Rafael and Half Moon Bay get the extra help they need to break the cycle of generational poverty.
Low-income women receive top-notch psychological care to combat the devastating effects of post-partum depression—helping them and their young children.
Congregations are being supported in their work to address the housing crisis in the Bay Area.
The problems of generational poverty, mental illness and housing can overwhelm us as individuals. But, by coming together and giving generously, we achieve together what we can’t alone.
Please make a gift to Episcopal Impact Fund today so we can move closer to our vision of a Bay Area without poverty.
The Rt. Rev Marc Handley Andrus Executive Director, Episcopal Impact Fund Eighth Bishop of California
Kathleen Piraino Executive Director Episcopal Impact Fund