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By Tamara Plummer

Thinking About & Preparing For Disasters

Thinking about a possible disaster can be overwhelming for many people, but preparing for the “what-ifs,” as you will see in this blog post, will help you. Here’s a blog article from the perspective of our Episcopal Relief & Development US Disaster Team with easy-to-follow steps and resources to help you be resilient in times of a disaster.

By Katie Mears

Flooding in Louisiana - Assisting at The Right Time

Find out the best way to volunteer in response to the flooding in Louisiana.

By Tom Stoever

Happy Father's Day!

Board member Tom Stoever has fun in this Father's Day blog with a goat themed message. BAAAAHHhhh, how about a goat for your ole goat on Father's Day?

By Mike Smith

Despite Challenges Fathers Want to Provide

Sometimes it’s easy being a father. Being a father in some parts of the world, including many of the countries where Episcopal Relief & Development works, can be a much tougher job. Read more.

By Faith Rowold

Food Ministry Partnerships in Flint Expand to Meet Water Challenge

Access to clean water isn’t just an “over there” issue, and the community-led approach our programs are based on isn’t just an “over there” strategy. Just like when disasters happen internationally, when we began to address the situation in Flint, our first question was: what is the local Church doing and how can we support them?

By Katie Mears

What You Can Do: Four Key Prevention Messages from the Zika Taskforce

Across the US, Episcopalians are gearing up for summer activities. But this summer, with concerns about the Zika virus moving north into the continental US, new questions are popping up. Responding to these concerns, Episcopal Relief & Development assembled a taskforce of experts to create a resource that would help Episcopal churches in the United States respond appropriately. Learn More-

By Heather Grady

Charting a Path to More Aware & Connected Philanthropic Giving

In February 2016, our partners in Zambia received a visit from Heather Grady, Vice President at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. Through that visit she describes a new path for philanthropic giving that is more aware and connected, and that takes more advantage of converging around shared aims and goals. 

By Xerxes Eclipse

Unleashing My Inner Mother

Mom showed me the meaning of compassion, what it is like to feel protected and nurtured. She taught me how to unleash my inner mother and make sure other moms around the world have the medicines and training they need to give their children and entire communities a head start in life and build a lifelong foundation in health.

By Chad Brinkman

The Soul of Motherhood

This Mother’s Day I will be looking beyond the flowers and Sunday brunches, beyond the saccharine poetry of greeting card sentimentality. I will be looking at my wife and my mother, at the generations lined up behind these two women as well as those that stand beside them from around the world, and I will give heartfelt thanks for the grit and gumption that comprises the soul of motherhood.

By Sara Delaney

Working Together in Response to This Year's Not So Little 'El Nino'

El Nino episodes occur every 3-5 years, and result in changes in rainfall patterns globally, therefore leading to the potential of either drought, or heavy rains and flooding – both of which can hugely disrupt the seasons of the small family farmers we work with.



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