Our Stories of Lasting Change are filled with hope, inspiration and love in action. They reflect the experiences of Episcopal Relief & Development partners, staff, participant communities, volunteers and friends who are moved to make a measurable difference in the lives of vulnerable women and children and help communities prepare for and recover from climate-influenced events. Join us on this life-changing journey. Subscribe below!

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Thursday, Oct 13, 2022

Early Warning System in El Salvador

Salinas del Potrero in El Salvador, a community of one thousand people, suffers annual flooding that causes residents to evacuate. The region only ...

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Friday, Sep 23, 2022

How to Prepare When the Disasters Don’t Stop

The Rev. Stacy Stringer, Director of Disaster Recovery for the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, shares her insights on compounded disasters and how to best prepare when the disasters don’t stop.

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Thursday, Sep 15, 2022

Coming Together to Impact the Lives of Children During a Pandemic

Chad Brinkman, Director of Episcopal Relief & Development’s ONE THOUSAND DAYS OF LOVE Campaign reflects on the past three successful years.

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Wednesday, Aug 24, 2022

Celebrating Five Years of Harvey Recovery

Five years after Hurricane Harvey, we celebrate the lasting change that has been created in the lives of over 20,000 survivors in the Texas coastal areas through Episcopal Relief & Development’s partnerships with the Episcopal dioceses of West Texas and Texas.

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Tuesday, Aug 16, 2022

Celebrate Your Church’s Impact

In 2021, Episcopal Relief & Development made a commitment to celebrate your congregations for your compassionate responses to suffering in the world. Episcopal Relief & Development’s tagline is “working together for lasting change,” and this would not be possible without the powerful agents -of -change that are our church partners.

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Thursday, Jul 21, 2022

Many Hands Make the Load Lighter

Ernest Cajuste, Senior Program Officer, Trauma & Resilience at Episcopal Relief & Development, shares his insight on growing up in Haiti and the coordinated efforts between Episcopal Relief & Development and Trinity Church Wall Street following the 2021 earthquake that left 650,000 people in need of emergency humanitarian assistance.

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