Episcopal Relief & Development is taking steps to ensure the health and safety of all employees, partners and program participants in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).
Out of an abundance of caution, Episcopal Relief & Development has asked all employees based in the New York City office to work remotely beginning Wednesday, March 18 through Monday, April 13, 2020.
Episcopal Relief & Development Receives $600,000 Grant from Islamic Relief USA to Expand Work to Combat Violence Against Women and Girls in Liberia
Episcopal Relief & Development has received a second grant from Islamic Relief USA to expand a ground-breaking partnership with the Episcopal Church of Liberia to combat gender-based violence in Liberia.
Episcopal Relief & Development is supporting the South Sudanese Relief & Development Agency, the relief & development agency of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan, as they respond to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in South Sudan.
Episcopal Relief & Development is responding to the current crisis in Syria by partnering with organizations that provide vital services for people displaced in Syria and those seeking refuge in other countries. These partners include agencies in Syria, the Fellowship of Middle East Evangelical Churches and the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem’s Holy Land Institute for the Deaf. The organization is also in contact with Anglican Communion partners.