Episcopal Charities is pleased to announce six new grants to organizations across the Diocese of California, whose work addresses the root causes of poverty.
These organizations were chosen with the help of our Action Networks, groups of volunteers who come together to find the best poverty-fighting projects in their communities. Interested in joining the Action Network in your neighborhood? Contact Kathleen Piraino for more information.
Alameda Building Futures with Women and Children is part of the Rapid Rehousing Initiative in Alameda County and works to find stable homes for mothers and children who are homeless due to domestic violence.
Contra Costa Community Alliance for Learning provides trained writing coaches for high school students in underserved communities to help them succeed academically.
Marin Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Bay helps children facing adversity change their lives for the better through the power of one-to-one mentoring.
Peninsula Coastside Hope serves its low-income neighbors by providing necessities and opportunities. Episcopal Charities funding will support a new ESL class in Half Moon Bay.
San Francisco Community Preschool at Grace Cathedral provides a high-quality early education to a diverse group of young children, preparing them for kindergarten. Episcopal Charities’ grant supports full tuition scholarships for children from low-income families.
Homeless Prenatal Project seeks to end childhood poverty by empowering women to transform their lives and create economically stable families.
Thank you for your continued support of our life-changing work.