April 2018 Newsletter
For 40 years, YOU have made a measurable difference in the lives of the poorest among us.
Please renew your annual support today to enable a summer of positive change for Bay Area youth:
Mindful Life Project will train teachers to use innovative, engaging and inspiring mindfulness programs that provide a deep sense of empowerment to children experiencing trauma and poverty.
3rd Street Youth Center & Clinic will operate the Summer Health Education Program in the Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood, providing comprehensive health outreach addressing diabetes, trauma, and healthy relationships.
Community Grows’ BEETS (Band of Environmentally-Educated and Employable Teens) program employs low-income teens as interns who will experience nature, learn about food equity and improve the well-being and safety of their community.
Attitudinal Healing Connection will bring Mindful Drumming into the lives of disadvantaged youth to increase positive energy, build self-esteem and reduce stress.
Want to learn more?
Join us for cocktails, conversation, and engaging discussion about critical issues facing the Bay Area, including the nexus between the Bay Area’s housing shortage and poverty on Thursday May 3rd in Southern Marin County.
For more information, please contact Ann Morris at email@example.com or 415.869.7835.
Thank you for renewing your annual support!
The Rt. Rev. Marc Handley Andrus, Bishop of California
Kathleen Piraino, Executive Director
Mary Kimura Thompson, President, Board of Directors
Save the date for Night of Light 2018 on Friday, November 2nd at the Four Seasons in San Francisco as we celebrate 40 years of Episcopalians making an impact.
Enable a summer of positive change for Bay Area youth