Episcopal Impact Fund is committed to helping our partners during these times of uncertainty and great need. We have made rapid response grants to 111 community organizations and Episcopal congregations in the last six weeks in response to the pandemic.
Our efforts are ongoing as we receive new requests for funding. Your donations make 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
Church Nativity for the Marin Interfaith Street Chaplaincy
Episcopal Community Services
Family Connections Centers
Family Emergency Shelter Coalition
Friends of the Urban Forest
Good Samaritan Family Resource Center
Home and Hope
Homeless Prenatal Project
Hope Solutions (formerly Contra Costa Interfaith Housing)
Mindful Life Project
Monument Crisis Center
Oakland Elizabeth House
Options Recovery Services
Project Open Hand
Rise University Prepartory
San Francisco Achievers
San Francisco CASA
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
Youth Spirit Artworks
St. John’s Episcopal - The Gubbio Project
In addition, Episcopal Impact Fund donated to the discretionary fund of all 76 congregations of the Diocese, 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