Faith Rowold

Wednesday, Jul 26, 2017

E-CARE housing withstands earthquake in the Philippines

But there was a bright spot. Floyd’s email shared the news that in Sabang Bao, a neighborhood of Ormoc City that had been very badly hit by Typhoon Haiyan, the houses built by ECP after the typhoon were completely unscathed by the earthquake…

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Thursday, Nov 03, 2016

Scottish Students’ Creative Efforts Unite Community Against Malaria

Hutchesons’ Grammar School in Glasgow, Scotland, spent 1 full year of fundraising by way of toy sales, crepes, and dancing! (Among other things.) Read more to find out about 15 year old Carla Foxworthy who spearheaded the Hutchesons’ fundraiser, her team, and their determination, leading to an astonishing £25,000 donation to Episcopal Relief & Development.

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Thursday, Jun 02, 2016

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?

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Thursday, Mar 24, 2016

A Center for Hope in Za’atari Camp

Displaced Syrians Help and Find Healing with Holy Land Institute for the Deaf

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Thursday, Feb 11, 2016

Finding the Unexpected in New Orleans: Love and a Life’s Purpose

When Amanda met Ross, it was 2007 in post-Katrina New Orleans. A dog-share turned into love, which over the course of the next few years turned into another dog, and a wedding, and two babies and a wonderful life together.

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Monday, Nov 23, 2015

Responding to Global Need, Hunger Program Legacy Lives On

Over the course of the 75th Anniversary Celebration, our 75 Stories Project has given me the opportunity to hear from many of Episcopal Relief & Development’s supporters and friends.  This very special blog post comes from two people whose work with the Hunger Program of The Episcopal C

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