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The Abundant Life Garden Project curriculum is not just for children or summertime. Cindy Coe from St. Elizabeth’s Church in Knoxville, TN used the curriculum during coffee hour with adults, youth and children in December.
Episcopal Relief & Development partners with the Siloe Project to uphold the dignity of marginalized communities to prevent sexual and gender-based violence through awareness education and by empowering faith leaders to speak out against violence.
As we enter 2023, Episcopal Relief & Development enters a new strategic plan. President & CEO Rob Radtke reflects on the organization’s emerging plan and late board member Mike Carscaddon, who played a critical part in shaping the strategy.