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Rapid Response Funding

In 2020, Episcopal Impact Fund was committed to helping our partners during their time of uncertainty and great need. We made rapid response grants to 111 community organizations and Episcopal congregations since the pandemic forced shelter-in-place restrictions. Your donations made this possible!

Our rapid response funding included grants to these organizations located in every part of the Diocese:

Abundant Grace Coastside Worker

All Souls Episcopal Church (for a community feeding program)

Attitudinal Healing Center

Bayshore Christian Ministries

Center for Empowering Refugees and Immigrants 

Christ Church Alameda (for homeless services)

Church Nativity for the Marin Interfaith Street Chaplaincy

Episcopal Community Services

Family Connections Centers 

Family Emergency Shelter Coalition

Food Runners 

Friends of the Urban Forest

Gilead House

Good Samaritan Family Resource Center

Home and Hope

Homeless Prenatal Program 

Hope Solutions (formerly Contra Costa Interfaith Housing)

Mindful Life Project 

Monument Crisis Center

Oakland Elizabeth House 

Options Recovery Services

Project Open Hand 

Rise University Preparatory

Samaritan House 

San Francisco Achievers

San Francisco CASA

San Francisco Night Ministry

Sojourn Chaplaincy at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Clayton (for childcare for essential workers)

St. John’s Ross for St. Vincent de Paul Free Dining Room 

St. Vincent de Paul Society Marin

The Community Preschool at Grace Cathedral

The Village Project

Trinity Center 

Youth Spirit Artworks


In addition, Episcopal Impact Fund donated to the discretionary fund of all 76 congregations of the Diocese, to the two camp and conference centers (Bishop's Ranch and St Dorothy's Rest) and to the Chaplaincy program at San Francisco State University, to be given to individuals facing the devastating financial consequences of the pandemic.

Gratitude from throughout the Diocese 

"I'm sitting here in shock and gratitude. We have whole families that have lost their work. Thank you again. May God bless you and -the rest of the team.

– Rev. Anna Lange-Soto, Missioner, Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe


 "This is so wonderful and pragmatic! I have at least two parishioners who have lost work. I hope to share some of this with them.


– Fr. Paul Allick, Church of the Advent of Christ the King, San Francisco

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