The Class of 2014 Grant Recipients
Episcopal Charities is pleased to announce this year's grant recipients.
The Center for Health & Nutrition at Good Shepherd in Berkeley supports low income individuals with nutrition information, food and connections to resources.
The Pacifica Resource Center in collaboration with St. Edmunds Episcopal Church offers nutritional education, links low-income families with resources in the area and enables families to achieve food security.
Growing Hope, in collaboration with the Holy Spirit Episcopal Churches in Eastern Contra Costa County, provides education, training and support to connect low income families to food resources and move to a world of food security.
Boys Hope Girls Hope in San Francisco provides academic and emotional support for academically capable and motivated children in need through middle school, high school, college and beyond.
Gilead House in Marin County offers hope to single mothers and their children by providing transitional housing and life skills education that leads to independence and a future filled with promise.
Larkin Street Youth Services provides hope, stability, education and job training to troubled youth from ages 14 to 24 on the streets of San Francisco. From transitional housing to life skills training, Larkin Street leads the way in helping precariously housed young people in San Francisco.