Recent Grants

 

September 2018

Neighborhood ($850,000)
New York Immigration Coalition

This grant will support core programming and the “This is Our New York” rapid response initiative, which prioritizes the coordination of legal services, policy, and advocacy work to protect immigrants from continual attacks.

African Communities Together

This grant will support the City of Refuge Coalition, a grassroots advocacy movement in defense of humanitarian immigrants and refugees.

Freedom for Immigrants

This grant will support the expansion of a national pro bono hotline for people in immigration detention by hiring a regional coordinator for the Northeastern United States, and retaining full-time support for the VIANEY database, a key resource in logging interactions with immigrants in detention.

Flanbwayan Haitian Literacy Project

This grant will support the implementation of the Your School, Your Choice Campaign to eliminate barriers for immigrant youth in the school enrollment process.

NYC Coalition for Educational Justice

This grant will support the campaign for Culturally Responsive Education (CRE) and the implementation of CRE strategies in New York City public schools, which promote rigorous, student-centered education that relates academic instruction and cultural identities.

Blackbird

This grant will support Blackbird’s capacity to conduct rapid response communications and technical assistance, build the capacity of Black organizers, and develop infrastructure and coordination strategies for the Movement for Black Lives (M4BL) and other aligned formations and groups.

Independent Commission on New York City Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform

This grant will support research and advocacy efforts to close Rikers Island and advance criminal justice reform in New York City.

Capacity ($658,000)
Diocese of Kondoa, Tanzania

This grant will install finishings and furnishings and fund one year of operational expenses to launch the twelve-room Mothers’ Union guesthouse.

Diocese of Niassa, Mozambique

This grant will install finishings and furnishings and fund one year of operational expenses to launch the twenty-four bed Nampula Mission Guesthouse.

Province of Congo

This grant will allow the province to hire a consultant to complete a feasibility study of income-generation opportunities appropriate for provincial land in Kinshasa, Congo.

Diocese of Lweru, Tanzania

This grant will establish a microfinance program to provide loans and small business training to 200 women and youth.

Diocese of Cuba

This grant will acquire a plot of land and the house on it to continue the Camp Blankingship project.

Diocese of Mexico

This grant will renovate the current diocese property to increase the rental rate of the guesthouse.

Diocese of Ecuador Litoral

This grant will renovate a current property into a panaderia (bread bakery) called the Episcopal Bakery in a highly visible location.

Diocese of Belize

This grant will renovate and improve an existing two-story building in the capital of Belize.

Diocese of Recife, Brazil

This grant will renovate a hostel whose income would contribute to the diocesan mission.

Leadership ($850,000)
Union Theological Seminary

Trinity Union Fellows is a one-year immersion program, in which six Fellows will experience academic life at the Union Theological Seminary and community life at Trinity Church Wall Street.

Diocese of Puerto Rico

This grant will fund the expansion, renovation and creation of a community development center in Loiza.

Capacity and Leadership ($140,000)
Diocese of Southeast Mexico

This grant will build a three-level building for commercial and office rentals.

Diocese of Honduras

This grant will fund a renovation project at Saint Mary’s Episcopal School that will help it to become accredited.

 

June 2018

Neighborhood ($455,000)
American Friends Service Committee

This grant will support the Hope Lives for Lifers program to provide rehabilitation strategies to young people serving long-term or life sentences at the Eastern New York Correctional Facility, complete an external evaluation, and revise the Sentencing Planning Manual to make the content available to incarcerated persons across the country.

The Fortune Society

This grant will support the development of an Advocacy Team of formerly incarcerated leaders, with a wide variety of experiences, to increase visibility and raise awareness of the impact of mass incarceration and the needs of the reentry community to influence policy and funding decisions.

Teachers United

This grant will support a Research Institute to deepen the work of cohort schools by training educators and students in Participatory Action Research (PAR) skills to implement a project during the 2018–2019 school year that elevates new methods for school safety and accountability to demonstrate that divestment from police in schools is an achievable goal.

Churches United for Fair Housing

This grant will support the Network Leadership Program to cultivate strong clergy, lay, and youth leaders to address housing and other social justice issues in their congregations and communities.

Kings Against Violence Intiative

This grant will support the Community Healing and Recovery Project, a violence prevention program that builds community-level capacity to respond to violence.

Capacity ($1,771,000)
Diocese of Atlanta – Absalom Jones Episcopal Center for Racial Healing

This grant will, over two years, increase the capacity of the Absalom Center for Racial Healing, a convener for the Episcopal Church leading on anti-racism initiatives, to provide training opportunities to youth, clergy, and lay leaders nationwide.

Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice

This grant will support the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice to continue the legacy of the Episcopal saint by conducting innovative racial justice programming for national audiences, and by opening her childhood home to the public in 2020.

Diocese of Central Tanganyika, Tanzania

This grant will expand the loan pool of the diocesan microfinance program and pilot a mobile money program.

Diocese of Rumonge, Burundi

This grant will construct a security wall around the Birimba Health Center and equip the new hospital wing, birthing rooms, operating rooms, laboratory, and pharmacy.

Diocese of Katanga, Congo

This grant will construct a guesthouse in Lubumbashi containing 16 guest rooms, a conference room, and 2 retail or office spaces in the city of Lubumbashi in southern Congo.

Diocese of Makamba, Burundi

This grant will complete finishings on a multipurpose office/commercial space in the capital city of Bujumbura.

The Jerusalem Princess Basma Center for Disabled Children

This grant will upgrade the Center's electrical infrastructure to comply with new safety standards and provide sufficient power for additional rehabilitation equipment.

Diocese of North Argentina

This grant will renovate and expand a diocesan retreat center.

Diocese of Colombia

This grant will aid in the purchase of a property and include small renovations to the property.

Leadership ($25,000)
Anglican Church of South Africa

This grant will enable the province to engage in a listening and consultation process in advance of the upcoming synod on the issue of human sexuality, especially regarding same sex unions.

Capacity and Leadership ($62,000)
Province IX, TEC

This grant will allow Province IX dioceses to form the Development Group which will focus on shared learning around financial capacity and leadership.

 

March 2018

Neighborhood ($482,000)
Donors’ Education Collaborative in New York Community Trust

This grant will support the grantmaking and convening activities of the Donors’ Education Collaborative, a partnership of member foundations, committed to strengthening research, advocacy, and community organizing efforts that aim to advance equity, opportunity, and excellence for all students, particularly those facing the greatest challenges.

Rural and Migrant Ministry

This grant will support the Justice for Farmworkers Campaign, a statewide educational and legislative movement, aimed at giving farmworkers the same rights as every other worker in New York State. This grant would also provide leadership development and education for the farmworker community to build a shared understanding of the support needed for change, and offer community education programming to raise awareness among allies and advocates.

Queer Detainee Empowerment Project

This grant will support a full-time Member Advocate to continue advocacy, direct service, and community organizing efforts to serve LGBTQIA immigrant prisoners, their families, and those at-risk of entering detention in New York.

Alliance for Downtown New York, Inc.

This grant will support the Alliance for Downtown NY in partnership with the Bowery Residents’ Committee (BRC) to provide outreach, advocacy, and service to the homeless people in lower Manhattan.

Capacity ($850,000)
Province of West Africa

This grant will enable the province to build and operate a residential apartment building of eight, two-to-three bedroom units to generate income for the province to support mission and ministry.

Diocese of Kericho, Kenya

This grant will enable the diocese to build a tented hotel, Empiris Mara, bordering the Maasai Mara National Park in southern Kenya, to generate income to support diocesan mission and minsitry.

 

December 2017

Capacity Building ($1,649,022)
Diocese of Nakuru, Kenya

This grant will offer microloans to the poor and the vulnerable who have no access to capital from other lenders, thereby allowing them to start a small scale business or trade.

Diocese of Asante Mampong, Ghana

This grant will offer microloans to the poor and the vulnerable who have no access to capital from other lenders, thereby allowing them to start a small scale business or trade.

Anglican Diocese of Northern Malawi

This grant will construct a three-story office complex.

Romeck Joy of Disabled Association, Uganda

This grant will establish a two-year vocational training program for disadvantaged women and young people in the Luweero district of Uganda.

Diocese of Kindu, Congo

This grant will construct a one-story hostel along the boulevard connecting the airport with Kindu's town center.

Anglican Province of Congo

This grant will pay Internet access fees for 9 dioceses and the Anglican University of Congo through April 2018.

Diocese of the North, Mexico

This grant will construct accommodations and one classroom as the first phase of an education and retreat center. The center will facilitate distance formation for seminarians, as well as continuing education and formation for clergy and laity.

Diocese of Cuba

This grant will support the diocese's ecclesial vision and mission in the country, which is to provide a vibrant center of worship and sustainable education in ecological, economic, social and spiritual aspects. The facility will host retreats, conventions and workshops, benefiting from sustainable agriculture and renewal energy on site.

Diocese of Cuba

This grant will renovate and expand the Education and Training Center for continuing education and formation of clergy and laity in community development, theology, and leadership.

Anglican Dioceses of Mexico

This grant will support dioceses to support repairs and rebuilding for the most vulnerable families impacted in rural communities.

Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

This grant will enable the diocese to rebuild The Wortley Home that was deemed uninhabitable after a fire in 2015. Rebuilding and fixing the home will allow the girls in need, who once lived there, to return.

Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Island

This grant will allocate funds to the East Indian Mission of the Church of the Good Shepard to aid the diocese in its mission to build resources for its neighborhood and financial capacity, by helping to repay a construction loan.

Diocese of the Domincan Repubic

This grant will enable the diocese to accomplish some remodeling to their clinic which will continue to serve as a model for social justice outreach and deepen the diocese’s commitment to those in need.

Leadership ($100,000)
Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA)

This grant will support a gathering of 400 youth delegates, from Africa and around the world, for an Anglican Youth Congress. The meeting will inform and empower young people to take leadership in their churches and communities particularly on issues of peace building, religious extremism, migration, human trafficking, climate change, entrepreneurship and community development.

 

October 2017

Neighborhood ($697,216)
Solar One

This grant will support the Here Comes Solar program to expand access to clean, renewable, and reliable solar power for low- and moderate-income communities and renters in New York City, who are often disproportionately subjected to dangerous and unnecessary shut offs.

The Children’s Defense Fund–New York

This grant will increase knowledge of the new “Raise the Age” law, which states no 16- or 17-year-old will be sentenced to, or detained in, a facility with adults.

The National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (Dignity in Schools - NY)

This grant will support the Dignity in Schools Campaign–New York, which seeks to transform the climate of New York City public schools, and create a system of school discipline and safety that is based on mutual respect and problem solving, not punishment and pushout.

Chinese-American Planning Council

This grant will support the Youth Arts Network pilot initiative, which will use CPC's extensive infrastructure, to examine and refine how the afterschool enrichment model can more efficiently support underserved youth citywide.

Mission to End Modern Slavery

This grant will, over one year, support the Survivor Defense and Action Project to build a survivor-led movement to end modern slavery by establishing the economic and social security of trafficked guest workers through comprehensive leadership training and activities.

Strategic Volunteer Planning & Management Coalition, Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City (NYC)

This grant will support collaboration on a new volunteer messaging strategy to help unify New York City, and empower more New Yorkers to serve the City.

Leadership ($970,000)
Trinity Church in the City of Boston for the National All Our Children Network

This grant will allow the All Our Children Network to plan and implement “All Our Children: The Church’s Role in Education Equity,” a national symposium which was called for at General Convention 2015. The symposium will be held in January 2018 in Columbia, South Carolina.

Union Theological Seminary

Trinity Union Fellows will be a one-year immersion experience for students with an academic life at Union and a pastoral life of Trinity. The program will begin in the 2018-19 academic year with a goal of a cohort of 6 students.

Anglicans for Decriminalization

This grant will support the network to organize a symposium in Kingston, Jamaica to begin a critical conversation across the Commonwealth among Christian leaders on the subject of decriminalization of same-gender intimacy.

Capacity Building ($977,500)
Stop the Traffik – USA

This grant will hire an Executive Director who will develop and coordinate the marketing, education, and infrastructure needed to expand the applicant's work in the United States to abolish modern slavery.

First Friends of New Jersey & New York

This grant will build capacity by hiring the group’s first executive director to serve a growing population of detained immigrants and engage an expanding pool of trained volunteers.

Diocese of Freetown, Sierra Leone

This grant will build two floors of a four-story commercial and office facility in the central business district of the nation’s capital, Freetown.

Anglican Diocese of Swaziland

This grant will construct private student housing on vacant church land to accommodate students from the University of Swaziland, Luyengo Campus.

Diocese of Antananarivo, Madagascar

This grant will construct a three-story mixed-use commercial building on prime land in Antananarivo, the nation's capital.

Special Opportunity ($130,500)
Joel Nafuma Refugee Center, Rome

This grant will renovate restroom and kitchen facilities that serve close to 20,000 refugees who use the center annually for language and job training, counseling, and to receive breakfast, clothing, and other necessary items.

Virginia Theological Seminary

This grant will support students from Cuttington University (Liberia) and Msalato Theological College (Tanzania) to participate in a short-term partnership program at St. George’s College, Jerusalem. The program is designed to equip leaders for ministry in conflict situations by building skills for dialogue, peacemaking, and reconciliation.

 

May 2017

Neighborhood ($535,000)
"This is Our New York" Campaign, NY Immigration Coalition (NYC)

This grant will fund the “This is Our New York” Campaign developed to protect and defend immigrant and refugee communities in a changing political landscape.

Qualitas of Life Foundation (NYC)

This grant will provide culturally sensitive financial education to Hispanic individuals and launch Me preparo: procesos migratorios y mi dinero, a new workshop preparing families that may be affected by federal immigration proceedings.

Department of Probation "Credible Messenger" Program, Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City (NYC)

This grant will continue, over one year, the Department of Probation's Credible Messenger mentoring program which matches young people under probation supervision with adult mentors from similar backgrounds.

Strategic Volunteer Planning & Management Coalition, Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City (NYC)

This grant will support collaboration on a new volunteer messaging strategy to help unify New York City and empower more New Yorkers to serve the City.

The Domestic Violence Project, Northern Manhattan Improvement Corp. (NYC)

This grant will hire a bilingual Self-Sufficiency Coordinator to expand economic empowerment services for immigrant survivors of domestic violence.

Leadership ($329,000)
Interfaith Leadership Academy, Interfaith Center of New York (NYC)

This grant will create an Interfaith Civic Leadership Academy and designate twenty New York religious leaders as fellows to participate in civic engagement, legal literacy, and community organizing training.

New York City Service Corps, Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City (NYC)

This grant will support City Service Corps, an AmeriCorps program addressing City agency priorities, and to provide professional development opportunities to Corps members.

Province of Central Africa

This grant will support the travel of the primate of the Church of Province of Central Africa to use his moral voice in meeting with influential leaders in order to build peace in war-torn South Sudan.

Capacity Building ($1,098,000)
Independent Commission on New York City Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform, Fund for the City of New York

This grant will strengthen the Independent Commission on New York City Criminal Justice and Incarceration Reform's capacity to engage the public and explore viable alternatives to Rikers Island.

Equal Justice Initiative Criminal Justice Reform, Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) (Alabama)

This grant will build institutional capacity to expand criminal justice reform initiatives, including litigation advocacy and education projects that illuminate the nation's history of racial injustice.

Blackbird (NYC)

This grant will build baseline organizational capacity and provide strategic campaign communications support to aligned organizers, communities, and coalitions with the goal of changing the material conditions of working class Black people.

Province of Congo

This grant will pay for a provincial audit, a new process for the province.

Diocese of Lusaka, Zambia

This grant will construct a three-story building for the diocese's sustainable mission programs.

Diocese of Accra, Ghana

This grant will construct a restaurant, auditorium, and gymnasium, and renovate the existing hostel with additional en-suite rooms.

Diocese of Costa Rica

This grant will construct a second level to accommodate three new rooms that will be used for both a Vocational Training and Teen Center.

Diocese of Jamaica & the Cayman Islands

This grant will upgrade its online presence and establish a website for the Church in the Province of the West Indies.

Program Related Investment ($850,000)
The Osborne Association

This no-interest loan will cover pre-development to transform the former Fulton Prison, located in the Claremont neighborhood of the South Bronx, into the Fulton Community Reentry Center.

 

February 2017

Neighborhood ($675,000)
Osborne Association (NYC)

This grant will fund operational costs related to the planning and development of the Fulton Community Reentry Center capital project.

American Friends Service Committee (NYC)

This grant will support the second year of a pilot program that seeks to help incarcerated individuals with long term or life sentences manage their sentences and, if possible, gain access to parole or other forms of release.

Community Learning Schools (UFT)(NYC)

This grant will support a Trinity Church Wall Street-sponsored, community schools model in New York City public schools.

Make the Road (NYC)

This grant will support the Youth Power Project, a Latino youth-led organizing program, which advocates for an end to the school-to-prison pipeline. Make the Road New York is a member of the Dignity in Schools Campaign.

Robert Daniel Jones Refugee Shelter (NYC)

This grant will provide long-term shelter and supportive services to asylum seekers and refugees in New York City.

Urban Youth Collaborative (NYC)

This grant will support the "School Justice" campaign, which aims to eliminate racial inequities in school policing through youth-led community organizing. The Urban Youth Collaborative is a member of the Dignity in Schools Campaign.

Digital Media Training Program (NYC)

This grant will provide a journalism reentry program to formally-incarcerated men and women aged 18 to 24.

Leadership ($52,000)
Servant Leadership School (NC)

This grant will build an interactive, online platform to distribute current program resources.

Capacity Building- Income Generation ($683,000)
Diocese of Nakuru, Kenya

This grant will add three stories of commercial space to the Imani shopping mall, an existing diocesan rental building, bringing the completed structure to six stories.

Diocese of Harare, Zimbabwe

This grant will construct a hotel and conferencing facility as the first phase of an expansive convention, exhibition, and lifestyle center.

Diocese of Guinea

This grant will construct a health clinic in a suburb of the capital city of Conakry.

Special Opportunity- Africa ($230,500)
Province of Congo

This grant will establish Internet connectivity and related income-generation activities at four new dioceses: Brazzaville, Goma, Kalemi, and Kamango

 

November 2016

Strengthening the Anglican Communion: Africa ($402,242)
Diocese of Cape Coast, Ghana

This grant will construct a student hostel at Academy of Christ the King in Cape Coast.

Diocese of Central Tanganyika, Tanzania

This grant will help to construct a three-story commercial building on land adjacent to the Cathedral to generate income for mission.

Special Opportunity- Anglican Relations ($190,000)
Diocese of Bo, Sierra Leone

This grant will provide school readiness packs to vulnerable children from families impacted by Ebola and organize a renewal retreat for church leaders experiencing trauma and burnout from working on the front lines during the outbreak.

Province of Congo

This grant will support Internet access and technical support for nine dioceses and the Anglican University.

Justice System ($221,000)
Advancing Real Change

This grant will establish juvenile mitigation specialist resources by hiring a Juvenile Justice Coordinator.

Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement (CIVIC)

This grant will expand a hotline for immigrants in detention to restore family unity and to increase public and Congressional awareness by collecting data about rights violations in U.S. immigration detention centers.

Kings Against Violence Initiative (KAVI)

This grant will decrease and eliminate violence among youth in Brooklyn communities by providing in-school and after-school education and empowerment programs led by trained conflict mediators and licensed clinical social workers, as well as expand programming to include therapeutic support.

Advocating for Children ($200,000)
Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility

This grant will implement restorative practices at ten NYC District 18 schools to reduce suspensions and foster equity. District 18 schools are high-need schools with 80% poverty serving the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Flatbush and Canarsie.

Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM) South Asian Organizing Center

This grant will grow DRUM's base and leadership of low-income South Asian immigrant adults and youth to dismantle the growing overlapping systems that criminalize communities of color in the United States.

Special Opportunity- Justice & Reconciliation ($177,900)
Churches United for Fair Housing (CUFFH)

This grant will organize clergy, lay leaders, and youth from congregations and surrounding communities to combat the affordable housing crises impacting New York City’s most vulnerable communities.

Bishops Against Gun Violence

This grant will convene 250 people in Chicago for "The Unholy Trinity: Poverty, Racism, and Gun Violence.

 

October 2016

Strengthening the Anglican Communion: Africa ($566,273)
Diocese of Buye, Burundi

Over one year to complete construction of the diocesan guesthouse in Ngozi.

Church of the Province of West Africa

To conduct a feasibility study of income-generation opportunities related to redevelopment of existing structures and development on available provincial land in Accra.

Diocese of Kagera, Tanzania

Over two years to expand an agricultural training and savings program for young people and women in the Diocese of Kagera.

Diocese of Rumonge

Over one year to expand the Birimba Health Center into a full medical clinic with a special focus on laboratory services and maternity care.

Diocese of Tanga, Tanzania

To pilot a microloan program for women in two archdeaconries.

Strengthening the Anglican Communion: Latin America ($173,500)
Diocese of Cuba

To renovate the existing diocesan hostel in order to provide appropriate accommodation for local participants in spiritual retreats and committee meetings as well as for visiting missionary groups.

Justice System ($383,600)
Downtown Alliance of New York

To continue contracting Bowery Residence Committee services and fully fund the staffing and related operational costs for two, two-person outreach teams to provide comprehensive outreach services within the Alliance catchment area Monday through Friday, 7am to 11pm, plus at least one overnight a month.

Calvary Episcopal Church (WDC)

The Center for the Study of Faith in Justice at Calvary Episcopal Church, in partnership with the Washington, DC chapter of the Union of Black Episcopalians, will present a one-day conference for members of law enforcement, faith communities and the broader community to deconstruct the culture of American policing and better the relationship between police and the communities they serve.

New York Theological Seminary

To support administrative costs to run the Master of Professional Studies Program at Sing Sing Correctional Facility over the next three years.

The Psalm of Howard Thurman

To support the production of a feature-length documentary film on the life of Howard Thurman. The applicant aims to use the film to engage audiences who may be interested in spirituality, racial reconciliation, and African-American history.

Advocating for Children ($250,000)
The Expectations Project (WDC)

To build the capacity of faith groups to participate in collective action around national school-to-prison pipeline and early childhood education policies. The Expectations Project will also work with the National All Our Children Network to build its capacity for collective action.

Teachers Unite (NY)

To expand the Restore the Future project and train students as Restorative Justice Leaders to establish sustainable systems for alternative-to-suspension programming.

Emmaus House (GA)

To strengthen its programming by including mindfulness curricula in its parenting classes and youth enrichment courses. If expansion were successful, the work could be used as a pilot for replication elsewhere.

Financial Inclusion (25,000)
Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow (NY)

To add a financial literacy initiative to its 22-week job training program for youth ages 16 to 24. This initiative will serve 240 youth who reside in Brooklyn neighborhoods with poverty rates averaging 30% and unemployment rates as high as 10%.

 

June 2016

Justice System ($495,000)
College & Community Fellowship

One year to eliminate barriers to higher education for formerly incarcerated women through the Academic Support Program and to launch the program's Community Sisters component to expand services to previously ineligible women.

Dignity in Schools Campaign - NY (DSC-NY)

Over one year to advocate for reduced racial disparities in school discipline and for implementation of positive approaches, such as restorative justice, in New York City public schools.

Vera Institute of Justice

Over two years to improve housing access for people with convictions by transforming public housing practices in New York City and nationwide.

Advocating for Children ($50,000)
Donors' Education Collaborative

over one year to continue Trinity's participation in the Donor's Education Collaborative, leveraging the funds of eleven grantmaking institutions to support initiatives increasing equity in NYC public schools.

Financial Inclusion (57,000)
Qualitas of Life Foundation

Over one year to provide basic financial education to Hispanic individuals and their families in New York to foster their financial security and improve their standard of living.

Special Opportunity- Justice & Reconciliation ($136,000)
Rural and Migrant Ministry

Over one year to advocate for and empower marginalized Long Island farmworkers and day laborers who seek to improve their living and working conditions.

Special Opportunity- Anglican Relations ($170,885)
The Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan

To continue operation of the Kampala office to allow communication with supporters and among the dioceses, to provide logistical support and help to develop the capacity of the dioceses to serve their communities.

Institute for the Healing of Memories

To support Healing Journeys in a Turbulent World, a conference to be held in Cape Town, South Africa in September 2016.

Province of Central Africa

To support travel expenses for the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa meeting in Harare, Zimbabwe to be held August 2016. 

Province of Congo

Over two years, to provide general operating support for the Provincial Office in Kinshasa.

Strengthening the Anglican Communion: Africa ($301,335)
Greenbelt Women's Initiative for Development

To train vulnerable women in agriculture, handicrafts and entrepreneurship and provide a storefront to sell their products.

Diocese of Machakos, Kenya

To conduct a feasibility study of income-generation opportunities related to redevelopment of existing structures and development on vacant diocesan land.

Dioceses of Makamba

To complete construction of the Tanganyika Conference Center to generate income for mission.

Diocese of Nord Kivu

To support construction of the Devi diocesan guesthouse to generate income for mission.

 

March 2016

Justice System ($100,000)
Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison (NY)

As a renewal over two years to expand the Alumni Support program.

Advocating for Children ($150,000)
Trinity Church in the City of Boston (MA)

As a renewal over one year to staff the All Our Children (AOC) national network and support implementation of Resolution B005: Quality Public Education for All.

Special Opportunity- Anglican Relations ($181,000)
Anglican Church of Canada

To support African bishops' participation in the Bishops' Dialogue meeting to be held in Accra, Ghana in May 2016.

Church of South India

To support relief and rehabilitation efforts in and around Chennai following devastating flooding.

Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem

To support renovation of the kitchen at Princess Basma Center for Disabled Children to comply with new health and safety regulations.

Province of Congo

To gather diocesan youth and youth ministers for a one-week training to build youth’s capacity to mobilize their communities for peace and social action. 

Strengthening the Anglican Communion- Africa ($324,100)
Diocese of Matabeleland, Zimbabwe

To launch a diocesan tailoring company which will generate income for ministry through the sale of school uniforms.

Diocese of Northern Zambia, Central Africa

To construct a diocesan conferencing facility for income-generation and ministry.

Diocese of Tabora, Tanzania

To conduct a feasibility study of income-generation opportunities on vacant diocesan property.

Luweero Holding Company

As a renewal over one year to complete additional guestrooms above the new conferencing facility at the Luweero Diocese Guest House

 

December 2015

Special Opportunity ($250,000)
Episcopal Diocese of New York

To match diocesan fundraising to establish a credit union for people served by Episcopal churches throughout the diocese.

 

November 2015

Advocating for Children ($176,000)
Chinese Planning Council (NY)

As a renewal to continue afterschool music enrichment at two Lower Manhattan public schools in collaboration with Trinity Wall Street music educators.

Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility (NY)

As a renewal to expand Project Restore360 which aims to reduce suspensions and build community in public schools by implementing restorative practices.

Emerging Out of Conflict Seeking Reconciliation ($332,500)
Diocese of Bo, Sierra Leone

To pay diocesan staff and teacher salaries for three months due to ongoing economic impacts of the Ebola Virus Disease.

Diocese of Freetown, Sierra Leone

To support the diocese’s continued response to the impacts of the Ebola Virus Disease and to pay diocesan staff and teacher salaries for three months due to the ongoing economic impacts of the disease.

Diocese of Guinea

To pay diocesan staff and teacher salaries for three months due to ongoing economic impacts of the Ebola Virus Disease.

Episcopal Diocese of Haiti Region du Nord

For Radio Redemption to broadcast information about community development and Episcopal identity.

Episcopal Diocese of Navajoland

To complete three hogans which are Navajo spiritual and physical homes.

Province of Congo

To convene a provincial synod.

Raise Up Leaders ($5,000)
Episcopal Diocese of California

As a renewal to support further development of a young adult service program, the DioCal Internship Program.

Special Opportunity ($280,500)
Episcopal Diocese of El Camino Real (CA)

Over two years to expand and deepen the Beautiful Authority movement supporting lay and ordained women who feel called to seek positions of leadership within the Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Diocese of New York

Over three years to lead forty-five congregations through RenewalWorks, a process of discernment and peer-mentoring that will lead to increased spiritual vitality.

Equal Justice Initiative (AL)

To support efforts to understand and discuss historic racial injustice as the root of current policies that impact people of color.

Strengthening the Anglican Communion ($1,435,619)
Anglican Church of Tanzania

As a renewal over one year to support the construction of a hotel and conferencing facility.

Anglican Diocese of Eastern Zambia

To complete construction of an office complex for rental income and diocesan use.

Diocese of Asante Mampong, Ghana

To construct a student hostel at the Nursing and Midwifery Training College that will generate income for mission and ministry.

Eglise Anglican du Burundi

As a renewal over one year to construct accommodation facilities at the Faith Center Conferencing Facility.

Zambia Anglican Council

As a renewal over one year to support the construction of a twelve-unit block of residential rental apartments.

Vital Presence in New York City ($254,100)
American Friends Service Committee (NY)

To pilot the Hope Lives for Lifers program which seeks, through a peer-mentorship model, to assist participants to reconcile a meaningful life with a long-term/life sentence and achieve parole where possible for incarcerated individuals who have bettered themselves within the program.

Bertram M. Beck Institute on Religion and Poverty (NY)

Over two years to fund Coming Home, the aspect of the LifeSkills Empowerment program that supports post-incarcerated men and women returning into the community.

Church of St. Luke in the Fields (NY)

To expand the Art, Acceptance and a Place to be Yourself program serving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning youth and their allies (LGBTQA) who are homeless and marginally housed.

St. James Episcopal Church (Queens)

To grow the Asiamerica Mission to End Modern Slavery, a grassroots network to organize, provide relief, and mobilize community support for survivors of human trafficking in the United States.

 

October 2015

Advocating for Children ($70,000)
Trinity Church Boston

As a renewal over six to support, strengthen, and build the All Our Children (AOC) national network as a sustainable, independent gathering of engaged church-school partnerships.

Emerging Out of Conflict Seeking Reconciliation ($216,900)
The Episcopal Church of South Sudan & Sudan (modification)

Over two years to offer technical support and IT training to all dioceses in South Sudan and additional support for nine dioceses that are currently 'offline,' in the form of small income-generation grants and one year of Internet access.

Province of Congo

As a renewal over one year, to convert select dioceses’ telecommunications equipment to solar power as needed and to provide technical support and decreasing Internet access support to the nine dioceses and the Anglican University of Congo.

Province of Congo

As a renewal over two months, to hire a consultant to assist with installation of solar equipment in telecommunications sites in the Province.  (Administered by the Trinity Grants Program)

Special Opportunity ($10,000)
Institute of Healing of Memories (South Africa)

To convene indigenous leaders from across South Africa, and across the world, to a Healing Journeys of Indigenous People conference in Cape Town, South Africa.

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($142,630)
Diocese of Cyangugu, Rwanda

As a renewal over one year to complete construction of a three-story extension to the Peace Guest House which is one of the major income-generating projects of the Diocese.

Diocese of Rumonge, Burundi

Over one year to conduct a feasibility study on the income-generation opportunities of adding additional services to the Birimba Health Center.

 

June 2015

Vital Local Presence in NYC ($356,000)
The Alliance for Downtown New York/Bowery Residents Committee (NY)

Over one year, in partnership with the Alliance for Downtown New York (DANY) for the Bowery Residents Committee (BRC), to provide outreach services among homeless persons in Lower Manhattan.

The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City

Over two years the NYC Civic Corps will develop the HomeCorps Program, a year-long service internship program focused on bolstering NYC's homelessness prevention program, Homebase.

Advocating for Children ($175,000)
Alliance for Quality Education (NY)

Renewal over one year to secure funds for NYC Renewal Schools, which lack basic resources, and to build AQE's fundraising capacity as Trinity funding ceases.

New York City Coalition for Educational Justice (NY)

Over one year, to ensure transformative parent engagement within the NYC Community Schools Initiative.

Emerging Out of Conflict Seeking Reconciliation ($300,000)
Deanery of Nepal

To support the rebuilding efforts of the Anglican Church in Nepal following the 2015 earthquakes

Earthquake Relief in Nepal

To support disaster response following the devastating earthquakes in the Anglican Deanery of Nepal.

Province of the Anglican Church of Burundi

Over one year to respond to the emerging humanitarian crisis as many Burundians flee growing political tensions

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($284,000)
Diocese of Central Tanganyika

To fund a feasibility study to determine the development which would best suit the four underutilized plots of land owned by the Diocese.

Diocese of Maseno West

Over one year to support an income generating project to construct two floors for business purposes.

Special Opportunity ($36,000)
The Reformed Episcopal Church of Spain

To update existing website to a well-designed, bi-lingual site with the ability to telecast services.

 

March 2015

Vital Local Presence ($75,000)
Downtown Alliance of New York/Bowery Residents’ Committee (NYC)

Over six months, in partnership with the Alliance for Downtown New York for Bowery Residents Committee to provide outreach services serving homeless persons in Lower Manhattan.

Advocating for Children ($245,000)
PENCIL, Inc. (NYC)

Over one year to support a Downtown Initiative that engages local private sector leaders in the work of transforming public schools in Lower Manhattan.

Community Learning Schools (UFT) (NYC)

Over one year to continue support of a community school model in New York City public schools.

Trinity Boston Foundation

To fund the costs of implementing the recommendations of consultants.

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($57,300)
Anglican Church of Canada

To support African bishops' participation in the Bishops' Dialogue meeting to be held in the Diocese of Virginia in May 2015.

Diocese of Mount Kilimanjaro

Over one year to conduct a feasibility study on diocesan land for potential income generation opportunities.

 

November 2014

Advocating for Children ($375,000)
Episcopal Charities (NY)

As a renewal grant over one year to fund support for All Our Children parishes involved in arts education throughout the Diocese of New York.

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc. (NY)

Over one year to support stipends for the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (FWPA)'s Faith and Justice Fellowship Program preparing faith leaders to respond to community poverty and justice issues, with a focus on caring for and educating children.

Fund for Public Advocacy (NY)

Over one year to support the Parent Education, Engagement and Empowerment program which provides resources to community-based organizations (CBOs) working with New York City public school parents who are English Language Learners (ELLs) or have less than a high-school-equivalency diploma.

Emerging out of Conflict ($161,000)
Province of Congo

Over three years, to provide general operating support for the Kampala Office and for the Liaison Officer

The Clericus of the Episcopal Parishes of St. Louis

To support a reconciliation program in St. Louis, the metro area in which the shooting of Michael Brown and the ensuing protests took place.

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($302,000)
Diocese of Central Tanganyika

To support an institutional and financial review of the Diocese.

Diocese of Kagera, Tanzania

Over two years to fund an agricultural vocational training program for young people and women in the Diocese of Kagera.

Trinity Grants Program

To gather a planning committee to organize a partners’ convening with bishops from across Latin America and the Caribbean.

Trinity Grants Program (TTF)

Over one year, to support sabbaticals for three Global Trinity Transformational Fellows, experienced leaders engaged in the financial sustainability of the Church.

Special Opportunity ($125,754)
Trinity Grants Program

Over one year to conduct financial reviews of select Trinity grants.

Diocese of Chicago

To convene Black Clergy Leadership in Chicago from April 27 - May 1, 2015.

 

September 2014

Advocating for Children ($396,000)
Donors’ Education Collaborative

To support Trinity's participation in the Donor's Education Collaborative, enable the collaborative to make mid-year grants to new grantees identified in the 2013 RFP and convene two learning sessions to bring DEC grantee issues to wider audience.

Episcopal Charities

Renewal grant over one year to provide technical assistance and collaborative support for pilot parishes involved in the All Our Children program.

Healing Arts Initiative

To fund the Youth Leadership Program for three schools in Lower Manhattan through theater and role play methods.

Morningside Center for Teaching Social Responsibility

To fund the expansion of project Restore360 which aims to reduce suspensions and build community in middle and high schools by implementing restorative practices.

Trinity Boston Foundation

Over twelve months to support, strengthen, and build the All Our Children (AOC) national network as a sustainable, independent gathering of engaged church-school partnerships.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($50,000)
Metropolitan Industrial Areas Foundation

To curb gun violence by working to isolate irresponsible gun dealers and advocate for gun safety technology.

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($1,125,500)
Diocese of Buye, Burundi

Over one year to complete construction of the diocesan guesthouse in Ngozi.

Province of Congo

To cover increased costs, mostly due to extraordinarily high travel costs in Congo.

Province of Congo

To allow IT consultant to travel and work closely with new IT Officer for the Province.

Luweero Holding Company

To support construction of a conference hall and cafeteria at the Luweero Diocese Guest House.

Trinity Grants Program

To enable a five regional peer-mentoring groups to convene meetings focused on Financial Management to further develop the Anglican Church in Africa's capacity for financial sustainability.

Special Opportunity ($150,000)
Province of West Africa:  Dioceses of Bo (Sierra Leona), Freetown (Sierra Leona), Guinea, and Liberia

To support the Anglican dioceses' emergency relief and response to the outbreak of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) including purchasing medical supplies and providing food for quarantined areas.

 

May 2014

Advocating for Children ($182,000)
Philanthropy New York

Renewal over one year to support Philanthropy New York's 2014 Education Funders Research Initiative.

Trinity Boston Foundation

Over six months to support, strengthen, and build the All Our Children (AOC) national network as a sustainable, independent gathering of engaged church-school partnerships.  TBF is a separately incorporated subsidiary of Trinity Copley Square.

Trinity Grants Program

Over one year to convene community organizations serving Lower Manhattan public schools to determine ways that Trinity can better support local students.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($100,000)
Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison

Over two years to fund an Alumni Coordinator.

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($216,500)
Diocese of Makamba, Burundi

To support construction of the Tanganyika Conference Center to generate income for mission.

Diocese of Shyira, Rwanda

To expand the Diocesan savings and credit program by adding ten new microfinance groups.

Episcopal Church of South Sudan & Sudan

Over two years for continued support of the Kampala office of ECS to facilitate communication with supporters and among the dioceses and international partners, to provide logistical support, and to develop the capacity of the dioceses to serve their communities.

 

March 2014

Vital Presence in Lower Manhattan ($150,000)
Downtown Alliance/BRC

Over one year, in partnership with the Alliance for Downtown New York, to provide outreach services serving homeless persons in Lower Manhattan.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($25,000)
Diocese of Atlanta (The Road)

Final year to support further development of a young adult service program, The Road, in partnership with Emmaus House in the Diocese of Atlanta.

Diocese of California

Penultimate year, to support a young adult service program, The DioCal Internship Program, through the Diocese of California.

Episcopal Service Corps — MD

Final year to support a young adult service program in partnership with the Diocese of Maryland.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($180,000)
Episcopal Church of Sudan

To support emergency relief and peace-building and reconciliation efforts in South Sudan.

Province of Congo

Modification of grant to hire a qualified professional to support local diocesan staff with their IT needs.

Trinity Grants Program

To support congregational and staff participation in The Episcopal Church’s national conference Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace: An Episcopal Gathering to Challenge the Epidemic of Violence.

Anglican Communion in Africa ($540,000)
The Anglican Church of Canada

To support African bishops' participation in the Bishops' Dialogue meeting to be held Coventry Cathedral in 2014.

Trinity Grants Program

Over one year to enable a leadership network of African bishops to pilot five regional sustainability peer-mentoring groups to further develop the Anglican Church in Africa’s capacity for financial sustainability.

 

November 2013

Advocating for Children ($219,000)
Alliance for Quality Education

As renewal grant over one year, to support the implementation of A+ NYC recommendations by advocating for quality full-day pre-K and extended learning time within public schools.

Chinese-American Planning Council, Inc.

Over one year to develop a pilot music enrichment program, in collaboration with Trinity Wall Street music educators, for Lower Manhattan public school students.

Trinity Church in the City of Boston, Copley Square

Over one year to support and convene a national network within the Episcopal Church of church-school partnerships from across the country.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($534,824)
All Souls Episcopal Church, New Orleans

Over three years, to fund a Program Manager for the Community Center to manage the Scholar Success, music enrichment, and annual summer camp programs. 

Episcopal Church of Sudan

Over one year to offer technical support and IT training to all dioceses in the province and additional support for nine dioceses that are currently 'offline,' in the form of small income-generation grants and one year of Internet access.

Province of Congo

Over two years to support Internet access, technical support, IT training and development of small, technology-based income generation projects for the nine dioceses and the Anglican University..

Province of Congo

Over two years to support a consultant to provide expert technical support and troubleshooting for the nine dioceses and Anglican University of the Province.

Strengthening the Anglican Communion ($470,000)
Diocese of Antananarivo, Madagascar

Over one year to launch a microfinance project and granary storage facility to offer economic empowerment in the rural areas of the Diocese.

Diocese of Cyangugu, Rwanda

Over one year to build a two-story extension to the present Peace Guest House, which is one of the major income generating projects of the Diocese.

Diocese of Zanzibar, Tanzania

Over one year to fund a feasibility study for development on diocesan beachfront property outside Stone Town, Zanzibar’s largest town.

Gombe Savings & Credit Cooperative, Uganda

To empower and build capacity of economically disadvantaged women by providing them with business and management skills and access to low-interest credit.

Trinity Transformation Fellows Program

Over one year to support sabbaticals for three Global Trinity Transformational Fellows, experienced leaders engaged in the financial sustainability of the Church in Zambia.

Trinity Transformation Fellows Program

To synchronize the program’s fiscal year to the calendar year.

Trinity Grants Program

To fund a training of a core group of bishops to lead regional financial sustainability mentoring and mutual support groups.

Wildcard Award ($100,000)
Creative Arts Workshop for Kids

To develop new business partnerships to generate for a program that teaches underserved youth (ages 4–24) in Northern Manhattan to learn job and developmental skills through the use of visual, performing, and technology arts.

Healing Community Network

to support a re-entry program for the incarcerated and formerly incarcerated that addresses issues of transitional trauma and successful re-integration into the community.

Magdalene St. Louis

To provide general start-up costs, such as buying or leasing a residential house, for a program that help women who have survived lives of abuse, prostitution, trafficking, addiction and life on the streets by providing a community where they can recover and rebuild their lives.

Movable Feast

To fund general start-up and first-year operating costs, including purchasing a bus or RV, for pilot program that seeks to engage young adults (age 18-35) to explore and develop authentic communities of spiritual life and service by providing a roaming feast through a bus with kitchen facilities and chapel space.

 

September 2013

Advocating for Children ($100,733)
Episcopal Charities

To provide technical assistance and collaborative support for pilot parishes involved in the All Our Children initiative.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($12,000)
Episcopal Church of Sudan

To support continuing peace negotiations between Sudan and South Sudan.

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($194,000)
Diocese of Tanga, Tanzania

To conduct a feasibility study for diocesan-owned land which is adjacent to a health institute.

Trinity Grants Program

To develop four, in-depth, financial-sustainability curriculum modules that focus on practical implementation strategies using Church-based examples and accessible language.

 

May 2013

Advocating for Children ($576,600)
BBMG

To develop the “P.S. I Love You” strategy to change the commentary about NYC public schools from focusing on the negative to recognizing the positive — thereby encouraging private support of public schools as a worthy endeavor.

Community Learning Schools (UFT initiative)

To expand the community school model in New York City.

Donor's Education Collaborative

Collaborate with educational grantmakers that give grants to organizations working toward systemic improvement of NYC public schools.

PENCIL, Inc.

To launch and support a Downtown Initiative that will engage local private sector leaders in the work of transforming public schools in Lower Manhattan.

Trinity Church, Copley Square Boston

To continue to develop the national All Our Children strategy investigating the relationships and building the capacity to support deepening partnerships between communities of faith and local public schools.

Strengthen the Anglican Communion ($300,000)
Province of Tanzania

As part of the Sustainability emphasis, to support the construction of light commercial-use buildings on one of the Province’s plots in Dodoma.

Trinity Grants Program

To host a consultation for leaders from across the United States who are experienced in working in the field of domestic financially sustainable programming.

 

February 2013

Vital Presence in Lower Manhattan ($160,000)
Bowery Residents’ Committee (BRC)

Sponsoring two outreach teams who, daily, proactively search for and engage with chronically homeless people in hope of getting them to be able to work with the current systems that can provide shelter.

Trinity Grants Program

For professional services to provide due diligence and underwriting expertise for Program Related Investments.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($75,000)
Christ Church Cathedral

To further the development of the young adult internship program, New Seeds, in Louisville, Kentucky.

Episcopal Service Corps

To support the ESC in hosting its annual consultation.

Episcopal Service Corps — MD

To support continued development of a young adult service program in partnership with the Diocese of Maryland.

The Road (Emmaus House)

To support further development of a young adult service program in partnership with Emmaus House in the Diocese of Atlanta.

Trinity Cathedral

Over one year to support the continued development of Trinity Cathedral's young adult service program.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($43,500)
Province of Congo

To replace damaged equipment and build technical capacity of IT officers in nine dioceses.

Anglican Communion in Africa ($440,000)
The Anglican Church of Canada

To support African bishops' participation in the Bishops' Dialogue meeting to be held in Cape Town, South Africa in May 2013.

Trinity Grants Program

To support a Financial Sustainability & Stewardship workshop on Business & Property Management in Kumasi, Ghana.

Trinity Transformation Fellows Program

To support sabbaticals for three Global Trinity Transformational Fellows who are experienced leaders engaged in the financial sustainability of the Church in Zimbabwe.

Special Opportunity ($25,000)
Rural & Migrant Ministry

Over two years as a matching grant to support the organizational capacity through a part-time development officer.

 

November 2012

Advocating for Children ($293,000)
Alliance for Quality Education

A renewal grant, as part of the All Our Children initiative, for advocacy for policy reform and equitable funding.

Philanthropy New York

To support PNY’s Education Working Group which will research and publish realistic reform options for NYC public education.

Community Learning Schools (UFT initiative)

To fund a community school pilot in New York City.

Urban Youth Collaborative

To support youth leadership group that advocate for improved college readiness programs for NYC students.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($50,000)
Diocese of New York

In the wake of Superstorm Sandy, to fund a pilot intern program in Staten Island that will focus on disaster recovery.

Strengthening the Anglican Communion ($309,000)
Diocese of Bogo, DRC

As part of the Sustainability initiative, to help support the construction of a 2-story commercial center in town.

Diocese of Harare, Zimbabwe

To conduct a feasibility study for developing five hectares of land thirty-five kilometers from Harare’s city center.

Diocese of Northern Malawi

To conduct a feasibility study on the viability of several potential income-generation project on a piece of diocesan land in the local hub of Mzuzu.

Province of Central Africa

Piggybacking on the Provincial Synod, this grant will fund a leadership workshop for clergy and laity to engage in community transformation.

Province of Congo

To support the expenses of operating the Archbishop’s newly appointed Kinshasa office.

Diocese of Rift Valley, Tanzania

As part of the Sustainability initiative, to help build on diocesan land a girls’ hostel for nursing students.

Trinity Grants Program

To fund a training of a core group of bishops to lead regional financial sustainability mentoring and mutual support groups.

 

September 2012

Advocating for Children ($280,000)
BBMG

To develop strategy for advocating private support of public education roundtable in NYC.

Episcopal Charities

A renewal grant to support nearly twenty All Our Children public school-Episcopal volunteering partnerships.

Trinity Church, Copley Square Boston

To develop the All Our Children strategy nationally and act as a consultant for a gathering of similar faith institutions-public school partnership programs in Richmond, Virginia.

Trinity Grants Program

To seed and convene a national network of All Our Children church-school partnerships.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($21,000)
Trinity Grants Program

To perform due diligence of program-related investments in areas that are emerging from conflict.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($7,000)
Abundant Table Farming Project

To further the development of a new young adult internship program in California where the interns work on a farm.

 

June 2012

Advocating for Children ($100,000)
Common Cents

Exploratory grant to an organization specializing in creating and managing service-learning programs for young people. Their most well-known program is Penny Harvest, the largest child philanthropy program in the United States.

Rural and Migrant Ministry

Support for the Youth Economic Group, a business collaborative of youth from Sullivan County who, with Trinity Support, have started and are now sustaining a business cooperative that creates and sells shoulder bags.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($10,000)
Episcopal Church of Sudan

Fund travel of the Archbishop of Sudan to dioceses that have again erupted in violence as Sudan and South Sudan fight over territory and oil revenue. Archbishop Deng is a recognized peacemaker and well-respected in both countries. He will provide witness to the current conditions within the dioceses of Aweil and Kadugli in the Nuba Mountains.

 

May 2012

Advocating for Children ($100,000)
Donor's Education Collaborative

Support advocacy for research-based policies in NYC public education with an emphasis on students of color, low-income students, and English Language Learners.

Lutheran Family Health Center

Fund job-readiness coaching for disconnected youth in Brooklyn. Grantee will work in tandem with Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation.

Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation

Create new jobs for disconnected youth by contracting with local Brooklyn businesses. Grantee is working closely with NYC Economic Development Corporation to rehabilitate and re-activate the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal which is estimated to create 1,300 industrial jobs and 400 construction jobs.

Anglican Communion in Africa ($154,000)
Diocese of Matana, Burundi

Support for the construction of a diocesan community center to generate income that teaches vocational skills to women. Many hope that economically empowering women will provide stability in conflicted African regions.

Episcopal Church of Sudan

Fund the operation of an office in Kampala, Uganda to provide logistical support to war-ravaged dioceses in South Sudan which lack the infrastructure to operate independently.

Trinity Grants Program

Modify a previous grant for the September Financial Sustainability & Stewardship workshop on Governance & Financial Management in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop will concentrate on good financial management practices that provide control of accounts and oversight through auditing.

Communities Emerging from Conflict ($516,500)
Province of the Congo

Two grants to install equipment in eight dioceses across the Democratic Republic of Congo which has been experiencing violent conflict for decades. Access to the Internet allows dioceses to communicate with each other, their archbishop, and the outside world. Internet access was, and continues to be, vital to the dioceses straddling the border between South Sudan and Sudan.

Vital Presence in Lower Manhattan ($100,000)
Bowery Residents’ Committee (BRC)

Sponsoring two outreach teams who, daily, proactively search for and engage with chronically homeless people in hope of getting them to be able to work with the current systems that can provide shelter.

 

February 2012

Anglican Communion in Africa ($528,600)
The Anglican Church of Canada

to support African bishops' participation in the Bishops' Dialogue meeting to be held outside Toronto in June 2012.

Diocese of Shyira, Rwanda

over one year to support the construction of a diocesan commercial complex of fifteen retail/office spaces

Diocese of Yei, Sudan

to commission a feasibility study to expand and improve current guesthouse and to develop other land held by the Diocese.

Luweero Holding Company

over one year to add seventeen self‑contained rooms to the diocesan guesthouse at Rondavel Village

Province of Tanzania

over one year to undertake a feasibility study for development on church land in Tanzania's new capital city of Dodoma.

Gombe Savings and Credit Cooperative Society (GSACCO)

to empower and build capacity of the economically disadvantaged women by providing them with business and management skills and access to low interest credit

Province of Congo

to provide financial assistance to hold a Provincial Assembly in Kinshasa in May‑June 2012

Trinity Grants Program

financial audit of select grants

Trinity Grants Program

over one year to support a Financial Sustainability & Stewardship workshop on Governance & Financial
Management

Episcopal Church in the U.S. ($20,000)
Episcopal Service Corps

over the 2011‑2012 program as a final internal grant to ensure the Episcopal Service Corp's long‑term sustainability.

Metropolitan New York ($35,000)
Criterion Ventures

to create a model for a fund, part loan and part philanthropic, that will invest in job creation and invite others in to participate.

Special Opportunity ($138,500)
Gathering 2013

over one year to gather 130 clergy for five days in Estes Park at the YMCA of the Rockies.

Trinity Transformational Fellows Program

over one year, to support sabbaticals for Global Trinity Transformational Fellows, experienced leaders engaged in social transformation in the dioceses of Madagascar.

Spiritual Formation/Development $215,000
Christ Church Cathedral

to further the development of a new young adult internship program, New Seeds, in Lexington, Kentucky.

Christ Church

over one year, as a final renewal, to support development of a young adult service program, St. Hilda's House

Diocese of Newark

over one year, as final renewal, to support continued development of a young adult service program.

Emmaus House

to support further development of a young adult service program in partnership with Emmaus House in the Diocese of Atlanta.

Episcopal Charities and Community Services

over one year, as a renewal, to sustain the young adult service program, The Julian Year, through a staff transition and the last phase of expansion before attaining sustainability.

Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana

over one year to support the further development of a young adult service program

Episcopal Evangelism Network

to host a Conference with the long‑term goal of creating a missional development organization that meets the needs of the Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Service Corps ‑‑ Maryland

to support further development of a young adult service program in partnership with the Diocese of Maryland.

Grace Church

to launch Grace House in August 2012 thereby providing a one‑year experience of vocational discernment, service, spiritual reflection, and intentional communal living for four young adults in Syracuse, NY.

Trinity Cathedral

over one year to support the continued development of Trinity Cathedral's young adult service program.

 

November 2011

Metropolitan New York ($70,000)
Bed Stuy's Project Re-Generation, Inc.

over one year to continue creating & growing micro-enterprise jobs for disconnected youth in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

The Cloud Institute

over one year to support the Green Bronx Machine in developing a stand-alone training and employment program for disconnected youth in the green roof and horticulture industry.

Anglican Communion in Africa ($413,849)
Eglise Anglicane du Burundi (Anglican Church of Burundi)

to build a "Faith Centre" to strenghten the church's financial resources for mission through investments and stewardship.

The Episcopal Church of Sudan

over one year to undertake a feasibility study for development on church land in Juba, South Sudan.

Province of Congo

over three years to provide general operating support for the Kampala Office and for the Liaison Officer.

Trinity Grants Program

to convene the second Financial Sustainability & Stewardship workshop in Bujumbura, Burundi in March 2012.

Telecommunications ($43,000)
Province of Congo

over one year to secure a consultant to conduct a feasibility study to install hardware and software for Internet access over the nine diocese in the Anglican Church of Congo. Grant administered by the Trinity Grants Program.

Spiritual Formation ($80,000)
Diocese of California

over one year to support further development of a young adult service program.

Episcopal Service Corps

over one year to expand the current capacity of the Episcopal Service Corps' existing Executive Director in July 2012.

Episcopal Service Corps

over six months to host a consultation for leaders from the Episcopal Service Corps across the United States.

Special Opportunities ($30,000)
Baton Rouge Together

to fund the development of One City, One Body: Building the Beloved Community through Contextual Scripture Study, a new program of Together Baton Rouge as part of the Trinity Institute special initiate.

 

September 2011

Metropolitan New York ($100,000)
Alliance for Quality Education

renewal over one year as part of the All Our Children initiative to broaden our funding equity advocacy to include constituency-building and create an alternative dialogue for the success of our public schools.

Anglican Communion in Africa ($165,000)
Trinity Grants Program

over one year to support a Financial Sustainability & Stewardship workshop on Real Estate & Property Management.

Zambia Anglican Council

over one year to undertake a feasibility study for development on church land in Zambia's capital city, Lusaka.

 

May 2011

Anglican Communion in Africa ($228,000)
Theological Education by Extension in Zambia

over one year to develop new courses, retrain tutors and promote the program in rural areas.

Gulu Community Vocational School

over one year to continue to support poverty reduction through the expansion of the food processing project.

Diocese of Maseno West, Kenya

over three years to provide leadership training and Theological Education by Extension training in the Diocese.

Metropolitan New York ($436,500)
Rural and Migrant Ministry

over one year as a renewal to fund the Youth Economic Group, an experiential education program that will create a socially responsible business cooperative.

Donors' Education Collaborative

over one year as a renewal as part of the All Our Children education initiative to join the Donors' Education Collaborative, a consortium of grantmakers funding and evaluating improvement in New York City schools.

Learning Leaders

over one year as part of the All Our Children initiative across the Diocese of New York to expand eBook Buddy and engage 500 volunteers directly with New York City public schools.

NYC Coalition for Educational Justice

over one year as a renewal as part of the All Our Children initiative to extend a city-wide coalition for greater emphasis on education equity in our New York City public schools.

Urban Youth Collaborative

over one year as a renewal through the All Our Children education initiative to support youth organizing for public school reform.

Episcopal Charities

over one year as a renewal to support ongoing collaborative work and complete grants management of the pilot churches in the All Our Children initiative.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($15,000)
Berkeley Divinity School at Yale

over one year to continue developing an urban ministry program at Berkeley Divinity School, in partnership with St. Hilda’s House internship program.

Telecommunications ($436,500)
The Episcopal Church of Sudan

over one year to hire Direction Wave to conduct an independent review of telecommunications investments in the Episcopal Church of Sudan totaling over one million dollars (Grants #8601, #8601.01, #8601.02 and #8601.03).

The Episcopal Church of Sudan

over one year to secure a consultant to oversee Phase IV the installation process for computers and internet access for ten dioceses across Sudan.

The Episcopal Church of Sudan

over one year for Phase IV of a telecommunications/network development grant to the Episcopal Church of Sudan to install solar powered internet infrastructure in ten additional dioceses.

Special Opportunity ($60,000)
Trinity Transformational Fellows Program

over one year to support sabbaticals for three global Trinity Transformational Fellows, experienced leaders engaged in social transformation in the dioceses of Johannesburg, Pretoria and Christ the King in South Africa.

 

February 2011

Spiritual Formation/Development ($231,000)
The Abundant Table Farm Project, Camarillo, CA

over one year as a renewal for a young adult service program.

Christ Church, New Haven, CT

over one year as a renewal for a young adult service program.

Diocese of Newark

over one year as a renewal for a young adult service program.

Episcopal Charities and Community Services, Chicago, IL

over one year as a renewal for a young adult service program.

Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana

over one year as a renewal for a young adult service program.

Christ Church Cathedral,< Louisville, KY

over one year as a renewal for a young adult service program.

Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, OH

over one year as a renewal for a young adult service program.

Emmaus House, Atlanta, GA

over one year to develop a new young adult service program.

Episcopal Service Corps, Bel-Air, Maryland

over one year to develop a new young adult service program.

Grace Church, Syracuse, NY

over one year to develop a new young adult service program.

Episcopal Service Corps

over six months to host a consultation for leaders from the Episcopal Service Corps.

Metropolitan New York ($85,000)
Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corp

over one year for jobs creation in Southwest Brooklyn.

Sunset Park Alliance for Youth

over one year for accademic and soft-skills training and case management to 20 disconnected youth.

South Bronx Churches

over one year to connect youth from the South Bronx community to jobs in the area.

Anglican Communion in Africa ($177,000)
Diocese of Southern Nyanza

over one year to establish a microfinance project for women and youth.

Province of Congo

over one year to organize a retreat for bishops and spouses.

Province of Tanzania

over one year to empower Bishops, Vicar Generals, and Diocesan Secretaries through leadership training.

Telecommunications ($180,000)
Séminaire de Théologie

over three years for telecommunications equipment and connectivity for the Theological Seminary of the Episcopal Church of Haiti.

Anglican Consultative Council

over three years to appoint an Africa-based Communications Officer.

 

July-November 2010

Anglican Communion in Africa ($135,850)
Friends of Canon Gideon Foundation - Kampala, Uganda

over three years to support vocational training in mechanics and carpentry for orphans and vulnerable children.

Luweero Savings and Credit Cooperative Society – Luweero, Uganda

over one year to establish a microfinance project with training on women's rights and development.

Province of Central Africa, Kitwe, Zambia

to support transportation costs for the bishops to attend the All Africa Bishops Conference in August 2010.

Province of Congo

to support transportation costs for the bishops to attend the All Africa Bishops Conference in August 2010.

Telecommunications ($159,500)
Diocese of Panama - Balboa, Panama

$78,000 over two years to support the diocesan Episcopal communications project.

St. Nicholas Seminary - Cape Coast, Ghana

$81,500 over one year to develop a satellite broadband internet and video conference facility to strengthen theological education.

Global Partners ($31,600)
Dioceses of North Carolina and Costa Rica

over two years to develop and share the program 'Radical Welcoming: An Inter-Cultural Program for Vestry Capacity-Building' and produce a reflection tool and materials for use across the Church.

Special Opportunity – Trinity Institute 2010 ($40,000)
Ecclesia Ministries - Boston, MA

over one year to complete a feasibility study to launch Ecclesia House, a residential, intentional community for currently un-housed individuals that is made financially sustainable through residents' participation in a small cooperative enterprise.

St. Mary-le-Bow (ARCUBUS) - London, United Kingdom

over one year to support a collaboration between the Church, government, and business, to spread economic empowerment through socially responsible investing in microfinance in Africa.

Episcopal Church in the U.S. ($70,000)
Episcopal Service Corps - Chicago, IL

over one year for the further development of the Episcopal Service Corps pending the hire of a new Executive Director in early 2011.

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, New Haven, CT

over one year to pilot an urban ministry program at Berkeley Divinity School, in partnership with Christ Church, New Haven's internship program.

Metropolitan New York ($261,500)
Seedco Financial - New York City, NY

$70,000 over one year as part of the Seven Communities Project to support development of jobs for youth.

Bed Stuy's Project Re-Generation, Inc. - Brooklyn, New York

$30,000 over one year to continue creating & growing micro-enterprise jobs for disconnected youth in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

Episcopal Charities - New York, NY

$32,500 over one year to provide assistance and collaborative support for Year 3 pilot parishes involved in the All Our Children education initiative.

Seedco - New York, NY

$30,000 over one year to support Seedco's Supporting the Youth Workforce pilot program, which will launch a partnership with Groundwork to develop new loan possibilities for jobs employing disconnected youth.

The Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education - New York, NY

$25,000 over one year to support employment opportunities for 'disconnected' youth in the green roof and horticulture industry in the South Bronx.

Episcopal Urban Caucus - New York, NY

$24,000 over one year as part of the All Our Children initiative for the Episcopal Urban Caucus and Harvey Milk High School collaboration, and support of the initiative’s national work by connecting the initiative to other inner-city church-school partnerships across the country.

Christ Church - Bronxville, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to provide arts education through the Young at Art's program to students in the Mount Vernon school district through a partnership with the City of Mount Vernon Board of Education.

Church of the Intercession, New York, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to continue a reading group for third and fourth graders in order to foster and sustain community relationships between the Hamilton Heights School and the Church of the Intercession.

Grace Church - New York, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to expand the weekday tutoring program P.S. 364 students sponsored by Grace Church in New York.

Grace Church - Monroe, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative for a renewal grant to continue the Community Garden with North Main Elementary School. It will also be used to provide scholarship assistance for nineteen students to attend summer camp.

Grace Episcopal Church - Nyack, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to support Amazing Grace Circus!, a mission partner of Grace Episcopal Church Nyack, to provide a ten-week circus arts program to identified gang members at the Nyack Middle School.

St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery - New York, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative for a renewal grant to provide integrative arts programming at the Manhattan School for Career Development.

St. Peter’s Church - Bronx, NY

$5,000 over one-year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to continue the after-school music enrichment program at St. Peter's Church for the children of Lewis & Clark Elementary School (P.S. 12).

Trinity Church - Mount Vernon, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to provide library and enrichment services to the students of Edward Williams Elementary School.

Trinity Episcopal Church - Bronx, NY

$5,000 over one-year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to continue an after-school program for adolescent males run jointly by Trinity Episcopal Church and M.S.301.

Trinity School - New York, NY

$5,000 over one year through the All Our Children initiative as a renewal grant to Trinity School to strengthen their partnerships with P.S. 84, P.S. 166 and a Pre-K program through voluntary classroom assistance.

 

May 2010

Church in the Anglican Communion in Africa ($458,500)
Diocese of Angola

146,000 over one year to establish a microfinance project in Luanda and Uige.

Diocese of Tamale, Ghana

70,000 over one year to fund a microfinance project for women through the Anglican Diocesan Development and Relief Organization.

Diocese of Lusaka, Zambia

65,500 over one year to renew and expand the vocational training programs at the Waddington Community Center.

Province of Southern Africa, South Africa

42,000 over one year to strengthen the Church’s advocacy work in South Africa and the other countries within the province.

Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya

25,000 over one year to fund the All Africa Bishops Conference, a week long gathering in August that will address the emerging pastoral and contextual education concerns in Africa.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

110,000 over one year to coordinate the final two meetings of the Financial Sustainability & Stewardship Research & Development team, which will make guideline recommendations to Trinity Grants Program.

Metropolitan New York ($245,000)
Alliance for Quality Education, Albany, NY

100,000 renewal over one year as part of the All Our Children initiative to support state-wide organizing in faith communities for public school funding and policy reform.

NYC Coalition for Educational Justice, New York, NY

60,000 renewal over one year as part of the All Our Children education initiative to extend a city-wide coalition for greater emphasis on college preparation in our public schools.

Urban Youth Collaborative, Brooklyn, NY

60,000 renewal over one year through the All Our Children education initiative to support youth organizing for public school reform.

Donors' Education Collaborative, New York, NY

25,000 renewal over one year as part of the All Our Children education initiative to join the Donors' Education Collaborative, a consortium of grantmakers funding and evaluating improvement in New York City schools.

Special Opportunity ($26,000)
Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation, Cambridge, MA

26,000 over one year to launch local ethical economy initiatives in five to ten parishes in the Diocese of Spokane through training and coaching.

Episcopal Church in United States (260,000)
The Abundant Table Farm Project, Camarillo, CA

40,000 over one year as a renewal to support the development of a young adult service program.

Christ Church, New Haven, CT

35,000 over one year as a renewal to support development of a young adult service program in collaboration with Berkeley Divinity School at Yale.

Diocese of Newark, NJ

25,000 over one year as a renewal to support development of a young adult service program.

Episcopal Charities and Community Services, Chicago, IL

35,000 over one year as a renewal to support development of a young adult service program, The Julian Year.

Episcopal Community Services, New Orleans, LA

30,000 over one year to support the further development of a young adult service program.

Diocese of Massachusetts

50,000 over one year as a renewal grant to support the further development of the Relational Evangelism Pilot Project and to share the leadership tools with other organizations/diocese.

Christ Church Cathedral, Louisville, KY

15,000 over one year to support development of a young adult service program.

Diocese of California, San Francisco, CA

15,000 over one year to support development of a young adult service program.

Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, OH

15,000 over one year to support development of a young adult service program.

Telecommunications ($395,250)
The Episcopal Church of Sudan

331,000 over one year to connect ten dioceses in Sudan to the internet and support the provincial telecommunications infrastructure, including the development of an Episcopal Church of the Sudan website.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

52,250 over one year to secure a consultant to oversee the installation process for computers and internet access for dioceses across Sudan.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

12,000 over one year to conduct a financial review of recent telecommunications grants to the Episcopal Church of Sudan, #8601 and #8601.01, totaling $383,000.

EXECUTIVE DISCRETIONARY GRANTS ($20,750)
Grace Church, Monroe, NY

$5,000 over one year for a renewal grant to continue the Community Garden which North Main Elementary School children will maintain and deliver vegetables to families in the community. It will also be used to provide scholarship assistance for nineteen students to attend summer camp.

Grace Episcopal Church, Nyack, NY

$5,000 over one year for a renewal grant to support Amazing Grace Circus! (AGC), a mission partner of Grace Episcopal Church Nyack, to further develop a ten-week circus arts program at the Nyack Middle School.

St. Mark’s Church in the Bowery, New York, NY

$5,000 over one year for a renewal grant to expand the services to include a new event "Stop the Violence" and increase the number of students involved in the program at P751.

Diocese of Southern Nyanza, Kenya

$5,750 to hold one week leadership training for clergy, lay staff, and their spouses in March 2010.

 

February 2010

Church in the Anglican Communion in Africa ($321,000)
Province of Burundi

$175,000 over two years to train women in six dioceses in micro-enterprise development.

The Episcopal Church of Sudan

$88,500 over two years for continued support of the Kampala office of ECS to allow communication with supporters and among the dioceses, to provide logistical support and help to develop the capacity of the dioceses to serve their communities.

The Episcopal Church of Sudan

$57,500 over one year to fund a peace conference between Greater Bahr El-Ghazel and Western Equatorial community leaders.

Metropolitan New York ($170,000)
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc., New York, NY

$50,000 over one year to support faith communities organizing for local and state public policies relating to development of jobs for disconnected youth.

Lower East Side People's Federal Credit Union, New York, NYSudan

$60,000 over one year to administer small business loans in the Lower East Side and Central Harlem area for the purpose of creating twenty new jobs and retaining twenty-five existing jobs.

Rural and Migrant Ministry, Poughkeepsie, NY

$60,000 over one year to develop a pilot experiential education program leading to a socially responsible business cooperative for five-to-ten youth.

Spiritual Formation ($37,100)
Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

$37,100 to host a consultation for leaders from the Episcopal Service Corps across the United States.

 

December 2009 Executive Discretionary

Metropolitan New York ($122,500)
Christ Church, Bronxville, NY

$5,000 over one year to expand Young at Art's program to include the preschool level and further partner with the City of Mount Vernon and the Board of Education to create an after school program.

Christ Church, Poughkeepsie, NY

$5,000 over one year to partner with Poughkeepsie High School and Arlington High School to provide leadership skills to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students.

Church of the Intercession, New York, NY

$5,000 over one year to start a reading group of third and fourth graders in order to foster and sustain community relationships between the Hamilton Heights School and the Church of the Intercession.

The Episcopal Church of Our Savior, New York, NY

$2,500 for the Jubilee Community Center at the Church of Our Savior to support, in partnership with PS124M, an after school program and a summer music workshop with its Jubilee Youth Chorale.

Grace Church in New York, NY

$5,000 over one year to expand a weekday tutoring program sponsored by The Go Project for P.S. 364 students sponsored by Grace Church in New York.

St. John's Church, Monticello, NY

$5,000 one year to expand the services provided by the Sullivan Leadership Institute to include after-school tutoring in order to strengthen the relationships between the Institute and Monticello, Liberty, and Fallsburg middle schools.

St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Mohegan Lake, NY

$5,000 over one year to develop, in partnership with Yorktown, Lakeland, and Walter Panas High Schools, a community-based ethics program.

St. Paul's On-The-Hill, Ossining, NY

$5,000 over one year to support music connections between St. Paul's on the Hill in Ossining and Ossining AMD Middle School.

St. Peter's Church - The Bronx, NY

$5,000 over one year to develop an after-school music enrichment program at St. Peter's church for the children of Lewis & Clark Elementary School (P.S. 12).

Trinity Episcopal Church, Bronx, NY

$5,000 over one-year to support an after-school program run jointly by Trinity Episcopal Church and M.S.301.

Trinity Church, Mount Vernon, NY

$5,000 over one year to provide library services to the students of Edward Williams Elementary School.

Trinity Church, Ossining on Hudson, NY

$5,000 over one year to develop a youth band and create an apprenticeship/internship program with Ossining High School & Anne M. Dorner Middle School.

Trinity School, New York, NY

$5,000 over one year to Trinity School to strengthen and enliven the existing relationship between the school and the Lillian Weber School (PS 84) through voluntary classroom assistance.

Episcopal Charities, New York, NY

$30,000 over one year to provide assistance and collaborative support for Year 2 pilot parishes involved in the All Our Children education initiative.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

$30,000 to cover fees for the Calvert Foundation and their work on our PRI portfolio during the 2009/2010 program year.

 

November 2009

Church in the Global South ($449,206)
Diocese of Northern Zambia, Central Africa

$117,000 over one year to establish an agricultural training center and related microcredit program.

Gulu Community Vocational School, Uganda

$100,000 over one year to support the poverty reduction through a food processing project.

Joint Anglican Diocesan Council of Ghana

$65,000 over three years to establish a Lay Training Center to train local leaders.

Diocese of Koforidua, Ghana

$61,000 over one year to support a food security program and promote economic growth among palm oil farmers in Kwabeng.

Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, Kenya

$20,000 over one year to conduct an orientation for new archbishops.

Trinity Grants Program

$86,206 over one year to coordinate the Financial Sustainability & Stewardship Research & Development team, which will make guideline recommendations to Trinity Grants Program.

Global Partners ($54,000)
Diocese of Southwestern Brazil

$20,000 with the Dioceses of Uruguay, Southwestern Brazil, Southern Brazil, and Pelotas over one year to support leadership training and formation opportunities for Anglican youth leaders.

Diocese of Vermont

$20,000 with the Diocese of El Salvador over one year to explore sustainable agriculture through the diversification of family farms as part of the Hasta La Cosecha (Until the Harvest) program.

Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church, Richmond, VA

$14,000 with the Diocese of Jerusalem over one year to further "Encounter Islam," a program featuring speakers from the Middle East, equipping lay and civic leaders to foster understanding and cooperation in the workplace and public life.

Metropolitan New York ($160,000)
Seedco Financial, New York, NY

$100,000 renewal grant over one year as part of the Seven Communities Project to support development of jobs for youth.

Trinity Church, Asbury Park, NJ

$30,000 over one year for a final renewal grant as part of the 20/20 church growth special initiative to support the engagement of Trinity Church as an advocate for children in its Asbury Park community.

Christ Church, Bronxville, NY

$30,000 over three months to sponsor participation in the 2009 General Convention as part of the All Our Children education initiative.

Special Opportunity ($18,350)
St. John's Church, Lynchburg, VA

$9,350 to support the expansion of St. John's Lynchburg Grows initiative.

St.Philip's Episcopal Church, Durham, NC

$9,000 over one year to deepen the congregation's connection to the earth, their neighbors and God by tending a community garden, sharing harvest meals, and engaging neighborhood youth and parents in two summer camps.

Spiritual Formation ($41,000)
Episcopal Service Corps, New York, NY

$41,000 over one year to increase the capacity of the Episcopal Service Corps to support growth in young adult service programs nationally.

Telecommunications ($44,500)
St. John's Anglican Seminary, Zambia

$44,500 over one year to set up a computer lab and conduct seminarian computer literacy training.

 

September 2009 Executive Discretionary

Spiritual Formation ($150,000)
Episcopal Service Corps, New York, NY

$25,000 over six months to support capacity-building for the national leadership of the Episcopal Service Corps as the number of young adult service programs expands.

The Abundant Table Farm Project, Camarillo, CA

$25,000 over one year to support development of a young adult service program through the Abundant Table Farm Project.

ChristChurch, New Haven, CT

$25,000 to develop a year-long residential service program including between
four to six young adults for launch in August 2010.

Episcopal Charities and Community Services, Chicago, IL

$25,000 over one year to support development of a young adult service program through Episcopal Charities and Community Services in the Diocese of Chicago.

The Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana

$25,000 over one year to support development of a young adult service program through Episcopal Community Services in the Diocese of Louisiana.

The Diocese of Newark, NJ

$25,000 to develop a year-long residential service program involving five young adults for launch in August 2010.

 

May 2009 Approved

Church in The Global South ($602,000)
Diocese of Swaziland

$147,000 over three years to offer an HIV/AIDS Program focused on prevention, mitigation, care and support.

Diocese of Masvingo, Zimbabwe

$129,000 over one year to establish an agricultural training center.

Anglican Consultative Council, London, UK

$77,000 over one year for the Office of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations to build on programmatic achievements in 2008 and sustain its delivery capacity and participation throughout 2009.

Diocese of Bo, Sierra Leone

$62,000 over one year for contextual training of clergy, clergy spouses and laity in planning, teaching, leadership, counseling and evangelism.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

$187,000 over six months to hold consultations with African Partners in Tanzania and Burundi to review the current Global South program emphases.

Province of Tanzania

$30,000 to support the Provincial consultation in Arusha scheduled for May 15-19, 2009.

Metropolitan New York ($507,000)
Learning Leaders, New York, NY

$60,000 over one year as part of the "All Our Children" initiative across the Diocese of New York to expand parish-school partnerships in New York City public schools.

NYC Coalition for Educational Justice, New York, NY

$60,000 over fifteen months as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to extend a city-wide coalition organizing for stronger middle schools.

Urban Youth Collaborative, New York, NY

$60,000 over one year through the "All Our Children" education initiative to build a citywide youth-led organization for educational equality and excellence.

Common Cents, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to continue policy work impacting young people's service-learning experiences within New York public schools.

Donors' Education Collaborative, New York, NY

$50,000 a renewal over one year as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to join the "Donors' Education Collaborative," a consortium of grantmakers funding and evaluating improvement in New York City schools.

The Apostles' House, Newark, NJ

$22,000 as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative in the Diocese of Newark to support advocacy and organizing for better policies and practices around school food.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

$20,000 over one year to support Year 2 of pilot parish participation in the "All Our Children" initiative across the Diocese of New York.

JobsFirstNYC, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year to support development of a sector strategy for jobs for "disconnected youth."

College & Community Fellowship, New York, NY

$40,000 over one year as part of the "7 Communities Project" to expand job readiness for women returning from prison in New York City.

New Jersey Together, Paterson, NJ

$40,000 over one year to further develop faith-based organizing for jobs and economic opportunity in the Diocese of Newark.

Trinity Transformational Fellows Program, New York, NY

$55,000 over one year to support sabbaticals for two Trinity Transformational Fellows, experienced leaders engaged in social transformation.

Global Partners ($44,000)
Virginia Theological Seminary, Alexandria, VA

$17,000 (with Msalato Theological College, Dodoma, Tanzania) over three years to bring students from Tanzania to VTS as part of a seminarian service learning exchange.

Diocese of Uruguay, Southern Cone of South America

$16,500 (with the Diocese of Cuba) over one year to conduct an HIV/AIDS workshop and ministry site visits.

Diocese of Washington, D.C.

$10,500 (with the Diocese of Honduras) over two years to support a residency program to build cultural competency for ministry in Latino communities in the Diocese of Washington.

Special Opportunity ($30,000)
GreenFaith, New Brunswick, NJ

$30,000 over one year as part of the "radical abundance" special initiative to support Renewing Creation, Renewing our Economy - Religious Action for Green Jobs, a national faith-based advocacy campaign to mobilize religious support for strong green-jobs policies and programs.

 

February 2009 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($380,000)
Anglican Consultative Council

$255,000 over three years to fund the Theological Education Commission.

Diocese of Kumasi, Ghana

$96,500 over two years to train seventy young women in dressmaking, catering, hairdressing and business management and establish a microloan system for 250 women.

Diocese of Shinyanga, Tanzania

$28,500 over one year to purchase grinding mills in the Shinyanga Diocese.

Metropolitan New York ($224,000)
Alliance for Quality Education

$100,000 over one year as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to support state-wide organizing in faith communities for public school funding and policy reform.

Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York

$50,000 over one year to increase engagement of faith institutions with issues facing the "Seven Communities" in New York City.

Criterion Ventures

$50,000 over one year to investigate and begin to pursue possibilities of engaging other faith institutions in increased program-related investment activity.

Episcopal Urban Caucus

$24,000 over one year as part of the "All Our Children" initiative for three New York City Episcopal congregations to develop relationships with a local public school, with a model that can be replicated in other urban areas.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($67,000)
St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, NY

$40,000 over two years to expand a spiritual formation program for young adult parishioners that includes their incorporation into parish leadership.

Trinity Grants Program

$27,000 over six months to sponsor a national consultation on young adult service programs.

Telecommunications ($89,000)
Province of Papua New Guinea

$89,000 over one year to create a computer lab for the Seminary and replace radio Communication equipment destroyed by a cyclone.

Program-Related Investment (100,000)
Gulf Coast Housing Partnership, New Orleans, LA

$100,000 over five years, and renewable for an additional two years without re- application, as a general recourse investment in rehabilitation of a building in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans, targeting a youth service organization for the building's commercial space.

 

November 2008 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($422,000)
Diocese of Southern Nyanza, Kenya

$136,000 over one year to establish a savings and loan program with women and youth in the diocese.

Diocese of Muyinga, Burundi

$61,000 over one year to support resettled Burundian refugees through agricultural training and supplies.

The Episcopal Church of Sudan

$60,000 over one year to conduct a retreat for the Sudanese Bishops and their wives.

Province of Congo

$55,000 over three years as general operating support for the Kampala office and the Liaison officer.

Diocese of Kajo-Keji, Sudan

$50,000 over one year to establish a holistic HIV/AIDS prevention program.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

$60,000 over six months to hold consultations with African Partners in Zambia and Ghana to review the current Global South program emphases.

Metropolitan New York ($373,000)
Seedco, New York, NY

$100,000 over one year to support workforce development in the "Seven Communities," as a complement to a program-related investment.

Sustainable South Bronx, Bronx, NY

$50,000 over one year to support the expansion of the Bronx Environmental Stewardship Training (BEST) Program, training South Bronx residents for green jobs.

Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison, Ossining, NY

$45,000 over one year to support job readiness activities for Hudson Link graduates returning to the "Seven Communities" from prison.

Gay Men's Health Crisis, New York, NY

$ 40,000 over one year for a workforce development and training program, with participants pulled from the "Seven Communities."

St. John's Church, Monticello, NY

$50,000 over one year as a renewal to solidify the "Kairos Partnership" supporting workers in Sullivan County and connecting with global fair trade practices.

Trinity Church, Asbury Park, NJ

$48,000 over one year for a renewal grant as part of the "20/20 church growth" special initiative to support the engagement of Trinity Church as an advocate for children in its Asbury Park community.

St. Ann's, Morrisania, Bronx, NY

$40,000 over one year as a final renewal to support anti-gun violence organizing in the South Bronx.

Special Opportunity ($170,000)
Episcopal Diocese of Iowa

$20,000 (with the Diocese of Swaziland) over two years to further develop the Diocese of Iowa's 'mutual ministry' model and associated lay leader training using learnings from African Theological Education by Extension programs.

Jericho Housing Corporation, New Orleans, LA

$100,000 over one year to extend housing and neighborhood development in the Central City neighborhood of New Orleans.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year to develop an "Anglican Technical Assistance Fund" to support partners with funding and human expertise.

Telecommunications ($503,436)
The Episcopal Church of Sudan

$328,000 over one year to connect nine dioceses in Sudan to the internet and support the provincial telecommunications infrastructure, including the development of an Episcopal Church of the Sudan website.

Trinity Grants Program, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year to secure a consultant to oversee the installation process for computers and internet access for dioceses across the Sudan.

College of the Transfiguration, South Africa

$46,436 over one year to expand students' access to the internet and audio-visual facilities.

Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa - CAPA, Kenya

$23,000 over one year for technological infrastructure to support CAPA as a place of information gathering and sharing among the Anglican churches in Africa.

Institut Theologique de Matana, Burundi

$56,000 over one year to establish a computer lab for students and faculty.

 

May 2008 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($416,375)
Diocese of Namibia

$113,300 over three years to develop a clergy training program.

Diocese of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

$110,500 over three years to implement a clean water project in the twenty-seven villages across the diocese.

Diocese of Aru, L'Eglise Anglicane Du Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo

$51,075 over one year to establish a savings and loan program.

Anglican Consultative Council

$31,500 over one year to fund the Office of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations program in environment and sustainable development.

Trinity Grants Program

$110,000 over two years to plan for four 2008-2009 consultations with African Partners to review the current Global South program emphases.

Metropolitan New York ($120,000)
Common Cents, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to pursue policies that support young people as change agents in schools and neighborhoods.

Manhattan Together, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year, as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative, to expand education organizing by faith communities in New York City public schools.

The Cambridge Institute for Public Education, Cambridge, MA

$20,000 over one year, as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative, to connect a national teacher mobilization and education reform project to the emerging "All Our Children" initiative in the Diocese of New York.

Special Opportunity ($18,000)
Diocese of Southern Malawi, Central Africa

$18,000 (with the parish of St. David's, Austin) over one year to support a savings and loan program with women in Blantyre.

Telecommunications ($105,000)
The Episcopal Church of Sudan

$55,000 over one year to install a communication system connecting the ECS Head Office in Juba to isolated dioceses in rural areas.

All Africa Conference of Churches, Nairobi, Kenya

$50,000 over one year to improve internet connections with AACC Member Churches.

 

February 2008 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($247,450)
Episcopal Church in Sudan

$93,150 over two years for continued support of the Kampala office of ECS to allow communication with supporters and among the dioceses, to provide logistical support and help to develop the capacity of the dioceses to serve their communities.

Diocese of Matana, Burundi

$77,500 over two years to support a diocesan Savings and Loan program.

Diocese of Northern Uganda

$76,800 over two years to establish an agricultural training program.

Metropolitan New York ($475,000)
Trinity Grants Program

$75,000 over fifteen months to support pilot parish participation in the "All Our Children" initiative across the Diocese of New York.

Donor Education Collaborative

$50,000 over one year as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to join the "Donor Education Collaborative," a consortium of grantmakers funding and evaluating improvement in New York City schools.

New York City Coalition for Education Justice

$60,000 over fifteen months as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to extend a city-wide coalition organizing for stronger middle schools.

South Bronx Churches

$50,000 over fifteen months as part of the "All Our Children" education initiative to renew support for development of a four school campus in the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx.

Trinity Transformational Fellows Program

$80,000 over one year to support sabbaticals for three Trinity Transformational Fellows, experienced leaders engaged in social transformation.

Alpha USA

$40,000 over one year to launch prison reentry courses in two New York State prisons.

St. Mary's Manhattanville Episcopal Church

$20,000 over one year for the "Emancipation Project" to provide life skills and spiritual guidance to women returning from prison across New York State.

Episcopal Charities

$50,000 over one year as a "legacy grant" for the Feed the Solution initiative to root beyond emergency services in Episcopal feeding programs.

New York City Coalition Against Hunger

$50,000 over one year as a "legacy grant" for the Feed the Solution initiative to root support for advocacy in Episcopal feeding programs.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($58,000)
The Beatitudes Society

$58,000 over two years to develop a program of intentional spiritual formation for young adults, built upon and expanding the Beatitudes Society seminarian summer intern project.

Telecommunications ($18,000)
Trinity Grants R&D Functions

$18,000 over one year to fund a feasibility study of database creation and the use of solar powered Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) for the Episcopal Church of the Sudan (ECS).

 

November 2007 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($411,382)
Anglican Consultative Council

$112,800 over one year to increase the delivery capacity of the Anglican United Nations Observer and strengthen participation of the Anglican Communion at the UN key events.

Diocese of Boga, Congo

$77, 240 over three years to train farmers in animal husbandry and to empower women through micro-finance loans.

Agape Counseling and Training Services (ACTS)

$70,910 over two years to train clergy spouses in HIV/AIDS awareness, so that they can more effectively educate the women in their communities.

Diocese of Northern Zambia, Central Africa

$53,480 over one year to expand the diocesan micro-finance program.

Province of Sudan

$49,737 over one year to support a peace and reconciliation training conference for local church and community leaders.

Diocese of Antsiranana

$47,215 over two years to support expansion of the TEE program.

Metropolitan New York ($186,000)
St. Ann's, Morrisania

$61,000 over one year to renew support for community organizing against gun violence in the Morrisania neighborhood of the South Bronx.

Rural and Migrant Ministry

$40,000 over one year to renew support for Liturgia, a grass-roots education program with farmworkers and allies in upstate New York.

Picture the Homeless

$35,000 over one year to organize alliances between Episcopal faith communities and the homeless to broaden access to affordable housing.

Grace Church Van Vorst

$30,000 as a final renewal grant over one year to support continued growth in both congregation and social transformation work in the Jersey City community.

Trinity Grants Program

$20,000 over one year to provide support for Episcopal faith communities to build their capacity for social transformation.

Special Opportunity ($49,250)
Consortium of Endowed Episcopal Parishes

$20,000 over one year to support 'mapping' the future of the Episcopal Church as part of the Consortium of Endowed Episcopal Parishes.

Diocese of Grahamstown, Southern Africa

$10,450 (with the Diocese of Lexington) over one year to establish a Reading Camp to promote literacy and self-confidence among struggling fourth and fifth grade students in the Diocese of Grahamstown.

The Episcopal Diocese of North Dakota

$7,200 over one year to support a rural medical mission, based at the Church of San Marcos in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, in conjunction with annual medical mission trips by the Diocese of North Dakota.

Diocese of Colombia

$6,600 (with the Diocese of Connecticut) over one year to support an HIV/AIDS ministry at La Misión Espíritu Santo in the Diocese of Colombia.

Diocese of New York

$5,000 (with Diocese of Central Tanganyika) over one year to expand the number of New York parishes participating in the Carpenter's Kids Program.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($225,000)
Diocese of Massachusetts

$125,000 over two years to fund the College and Young Adult Relational Evangelist internship program.

Canterbury - University of Southern California

$100,000 over three years to fund the expansion of the Music in Christ (MiX) program, a multidisciplinary approach to spiritual growth for young adults, and the Urban Mission Project (UMP), a community service program used as a vehicle for spiritual formation for young adults.

Telecommunications ($102,940)
Bishop Okullu College of Theology and Development, Kokise

$46,010 over three years to fund a computer lab and a computer literacy course for local lay and ordained Church leaders.

Institut Supérieur Théologique Anglican

$37,630 over one year to establish a computer lab on campus.

Province of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan

$19,300 over one year for the Mothers' Union to establish a computer training center for unemployed women.

 

May 2007 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($367,689)
Province of Burundi

$112,329 over two years for integrated livestock for peace and reconciliation in Burundi among families in need. This grant will augment grant #8273 of reconciliation training.

Diocese of Central Tanganyika, Tanzania

$101,860 over one year as seed money to purchase one hundred heifers to provide income in order to address extreme poverty among clergy and catechist families.

Diocese of Pretoria, Southern Africa

$59,500 over one year for mentoring African bishops who were trained by the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA) and those who are newly ordained and consecrated.

Anglican Consultative Council

$30,000 over one year to fund the Office of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations program in environment and sustainable development.

Zambia Anglican Council

$25,000 over one year to fund a conference of thirty Zambian clergy and lay leaders to develop a country-wide theological education initiative in conjunction with Canterbury Christchurch University.

Trinity Grants

$69,000 over six months to continue planning for the July 2007 'Walking to Emmaus' consultation between US and African partners.

Metropolitan New York ($209,950)
Fellowship to Reconciliation, New York, NY

$64,200 over one year as a renewal grant to support the Interfaith Coalition for Advocates in Reentry Employment program to shift prison reentry policies, including restrictions on occupational licenses.

Trinity Church, Asbury Park, NJ

$50,750 over one year as part of the '20/20 church growth' special initiative to support the engagement of Trinity Church as an advocate for children in its Asbury Park community.

Episcopal Community Development, Newark, NJ

$50,000 over two years for the 'Kairos Partnership' to partner with New York State Labor & Religion Coalition to engage Sullivan County in fair-trade practices.

The Apostles' House, Newark, NJ

$20,000 over one year to increase engagement in advocacy on hunger and other issues, as a legacy grant to the Feed the Solution initiative.

St. George's Church, Newburgh, NY

$20,000 over one year to for support of Episcobuild to rehabilitate a house in the Clark Street neighborhood of Newburgh as part of larger revitalization project.

St. Thomas Episcopal Build, Amenia, NY

$5,000 over two years to support a community garden that will connect the congregation to those in need in Dutchess County.

Special Opportunity ($26,250)
Diocese of Haiti

$26,250 (with the Diocese of the Dominican Republic) to bring together 100 participants from both dioceses to discuss ways of doing church mission together.

Spiritual Formation/ Development ($171,160)
Incarnation Episcopal Church, Santa Rosa, CA

$100,000 over three years to fund CenterPoint, a program focusing on a new congregation of young adults and unchurched spiritual seekers.

Christ Church, Philadelphia, PA

$71,160 over three years to support a program of intentional spiritual formation for participants in their 20s and 30s, using the method and curriculum of the Disciples of Christ in Community.

Telecommunications ($89,014)
Séminaire de Théologie, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

$43,550 over one year to fund the development of website and office networking for the Séminaire de Théologie.

Nanjing Seminary Theological Seminary, China

$26,000 over one year to establish a computer laboratory at Nanjing Seminary.

Caribbean Conference of Churches

$19,464 over one year to strengthen the CCC's technology infrastructure to allow it to better support advocacy, educational programs, communication and internal administration.

 

February 2007 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($330,388)
Province of Sudan

$65,363 over two years to support and expand the ongoing TEE program in northern Sudan.

Diocese of Pretoria, Southern Africa

$67,080 over three years to expand Christian youth education with the aim of cultivating an educated lay leadership.

Diocese of Namibia

$19,945 over one year to support a strategic planning process to focus leadership training and deployment in the Diocese.

Trinity Grants

$178,000 over six months to continue planning for the July 2007 'Walking to Emmaus' consultation between US and African partners.

Metropolitan New York ($361,250)
The New York Immigration Coalition

$75,000 over one year to build a coalition of Episcopal faith communities and other faith partners in efforts for comprehensive immigration reform.

Diocese of New York - Reparations Committee

$65,000 over two years for parishes in the Dioceses of New York and Newark to consider the Episcopal Church's historic complicity in slavery and its resulting racial segregation and discrimination.

Habitat for Humanity- New York City

$90,000 over one year to engage faith communities in supporting local, state, and federal policies for affordable housing.

Green Worker Cooperatives

$35,000 over two years to match support for development of a recycling center in the South Bronx, to promote workforce development and environmental quality.

St. Peter's Haven, Clifton, NJ

$22,250 over three years to develop English as a second language classes and job training for the Spanish-speaking community of Clifton.

Church of St. Luke-in-the-Fields

$10,000 over three years to support a capacity-building initiative for collaboration between the parish and its neighborhood for social transformation.

Trinity Transformational Fellows Program

$64,000 over one year to support sabbaticals for three Trinity Transformational Fellows, experienced leaders engaged in social transformation.

Alternative Investment ($100,000)
Credit Where Credit Is Due, Inc.

$100,000 over five years with potential renewal for two additional years at an interest rate of one percent annually, in conjunction with St. Mary's Church, Manhattanville, and the Manhattan North Inter-Parish Council to support job creation in West Harlem.

Spiritual Formation/ Development ($150,000)
Johnson Intern Program

$100,000 over three years to support the design and implementation of a program of intentional spiritual formation in community for young adults.

Sojourners/Call to Renewal

$50,000 over one year to research and develop an annual Christian spiritual festival in the USA modeled on the Greenbelt Festival in the U.K.

Telecommunications ($119,129)
Codrington College

$79,642 over one year to purchase electronic equipment for the student library and administrative office.

Diocese of Botswana, Central Africa

$39,487 over one year to purchase telecommunications equipment in the diocesan office and the twelve parishes.

 

November 2006 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($420,786)
Diocese of Northern Uganda

$87,710 over two years to fund an agricultural program to support local agriculture as a means of poverty reduction among the Acholi people.

Diocese of West Buganda, Uganda

$28,430 over one year to continue funding for the Basooka Kwavula Women's Credit Scheme (BKWCS).

The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society of PECUSA

$75,000 over one year to bring fifty-two Anglican women and girls from the Global South to attend the fifty-first session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) to be held February 26 to March 9, 2007.

Province of Burundi

$120,000 over two years to support church leader training in holistic transformation in the post-conflict period in Burundi.

Province of Southern Africa

$78,610 over one year to support the Towards Effective Anglican Mission conference on HIV/AIDS in March, 2007, to enhance current initiatives in social outreach work that seek to achieve the Millennium Development Goals.

Trinity Grants

$31,036 over three months to begin the planning process for a 2007 dialogue between African and US partners.

Metropolitan New York ($222,650)
Alpha USA, New York, NY

$77,650 over one year to support a pilot of the Alpha program in Sing Sing prison and a coordinated prison reentry community.

St. Ann's, Morrisania, Bronx, NY

$61,000 over one year to support neighborhood organizing on gun violence and other issues relating to families in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the South Bronx.

St. John's Church, Monticello, NY

$84,000 over two years for the 'Kairos Partnership' to partner with New York State Labor & Religion Coalition to engage Sullivan County in fair-trade practices.

Special Opportunity ($52,675)
Diocese of El Salvador, Central America

$15,000 (with the Diocese of Central New York) over one year to train two local community health workers to provide primary/preventive health care and training in two isolated villages in conjunction with a mission trip by the Diocese of Central New York.

Diocese of Haiti

$19,000 (with the Diocese of Colorado) over one year to support the Women's Resource and Education Center in creating an integrated economic development model.

Diocese of Litoral Ecuador

$6,000 (with the Diocese of Tennessee) over one year to develop twelve two-day workshops throughout the Diocese of Litoral Ecuador on preventive healthcare.

Diocese of the Dominican Republic

$12,675 (with the Diocese of South Carolina) over one year to expand the community health promoter program at the Diocese of the Dominican Republic's Clínica Esperanza y Caridad.

Spiritual Formation/ Development ($145,000)
Cathedral College, Washington, DC

$50,000 over six months to support Church for the Rest of Us, a national gathering of emergent Christians on May 10-12, 2007, at the National Cathedral.

Trinity Church in the City of Boston

$45,000 over three years to fund AND (A New Day), a program that focuses on young adults.

The Work+Shop, San Antonio, TX

$50,000 over three years to expand the Work+Shop Ministries' focus on young adults through a variety of programs.

Telecommunications ($220,250)
Lusitanian Church, Portugal

$5,000 over one year to update the computers in the diocesan office.

Msalato Theological College, Dodoma, Tanzania

$24,575 over one year to purchase twenty computers, two printers, and accessories to create a student computer lab.

Province of Congo

$52,400 over one year to establish a provincial communication network and Computer Training Center at the new provincial offices in Kinshasa.

Province of Tanzania

$90,000 over one year to fund Phase II of the Province's Telecommunications strategy, which will continue development of the provincial database and website, install internet connections in the remaining dioceses, and provide additional staff technology training.

St. Nicholas Seminary, Cape Coast, Ghana

$48,275 over one year to purchase twenty computers for a computer laboratory and to connect the seminary to the internet.

 

May 2006 Approved Grants

Spiritual Formation and Development ($192,750)
Charles River Church, Belmont, MA

$65,000 over two years to fund the Powered by God for Daily Life and Work initiative, an alternative ministry that focuses on younger individual seekers and families. Renewal of grant 7866.

The Episcopal Church at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

$43,750 over two years to fund the Greenblade project, a ministry of spiritual formation that reinvents ancient practices within an academic chaplaincy.

St. Hildegard's Community, Austin, TX

$84,000 over three years to fund a spiritual formation program called the Viriditas Project within the St. Hildegard community at St. George's Church.

Metropolitan New York ($310,520)
The Apostles' House, Newark, NJ

$28,800 over one year, as part of Year 3 of the Feed the Solution initiative, to coordinate policy advocacy on hunger issues in two dozen Episcopal faith communities.

Cathedral Community Cares

$64,000 Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY over one year, as part of Year 3 of the Feed the Solution initiative, to coordinate policy advocacy and technical assistance to Episcopal feeding programs.

Episcopal Charities, New York, NY

$44,000 over one year, as part of Year 3 of the Feed the Solution initiative, to shift emergency feeding programs in the Diocese of New York to include "beyond emergency services" in their program offerings.

Church of the Holy Apostles, New York, NY

$13,720 over one year, as part of Year 3 of the Feed the Solution initiative, to increase "beyond emergency services" counseling and policy advocacy among 1,200 daily program guests.

Trinity Grants R&D Functions, New York, NY

$10,000 over eighteen months, as part of Year 3 of the Feed the Solution initiative, to support the successful transition of partners to sustainability.

ArtSpirit, New York, NY

$20,000 over one year as part of the "Reconciliation Special Initiative" for a program of therapeutic arts and drumming with homeless persons in New York City.

Trinity Church, Princeton, NJ

$15,000 over one year through the "Reconciliation Special Initiative" to fund an interfaith group focusing on prison reform and advocacy.

Episcopal Church of Our Savior, New York, NY

$30,000 over one year to extend the activity of the Gateway Program for workforce development in Chinatown.

Misión San Juan Bautista, Bronx, NY

$30,000 over one year to renew support to Hablando Claro, an HIV/AIDS prevention project with Latino women in the Longwood neighborhood of the South Bronx.

Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing New York, NY

$25,000 over one year to match funding to deepen Episcopal faith communities' engagement with homelessness and affordable housing issues, through a strategy of multiple entry points.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Paterson, NJ

$30,000 over one year to renew support for La Nuevo Communidad, training and supporting Leaders from Hispanic and Anglo backgrounds as congregational and community leaders.

Church in the Global South ($563,295)
Anglican Consultative Council

$131,600 over three years to support the internationalization of the Theological Education for the Anglican Communion (TEAC) initiative.

Theological Education by Extension in Zambia

$15,000 over one year to hold an All-Africa Theological Education by Extension conference in Zambia.

Province of Sudan

$80,520 over two years to establish the third provincial TEE program in the seven central dioceses for training of un-trained pastors and other church workers.

Province of Sudan

$44,600 over one year to fund a management course for senior church administrators.

Diocese of Mbale, Uganda

$47,520 over one year to purchase grinding mills to grind cereals for food production and to generate income.

Community of Mary of Nazareth and Calvary Diocese of Tanga, Tanzania

$46,475 over one year to fund the Diocesan Sisters Food Security and Nutrition project.

Diocese of West Buganda, Uganda

$92,000 over one year to establish a diocesan farm and breeding center at Mawogola Ranch.

Diocese of Accra, West Africa

$61,580 over three years to fund a country-wide diocesan Health Ministry to address HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis malaria, and maternal and child healthcare.

Diocese of Soroti, Uganda

$44,000 over one year to provide HIV/AIDS and sexual abuse education, skills and counseling opportunities to youth and women in the diocese.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($194,211)
Anglican Consultative Council, London, England

$55,000 over two years to continue the production and development of the Provincial News Release website.

Cuttington University, Monrovia, Liberia

$91,500 over one year to purchase a voice and data switch system to provide a communication link between two separate campuses, as well as fifty computers.

Province of Mexico

$19,176 over one year to increase the effectiveness of provincial communications via the internet.

Diocese of Puerto Rico

$28,535 over one year to increase access to computers and internet for both the students and faculty of San Pedro and San Pablo Seminary.

 

February 2006 Approved Grants

Metropolitan New York ($249,000)
Habitat for Humanity, Brooklyn, NY

$60,000 over one year to deepen the engagement of faith communities with advocacy on affordable housing issues.

Picture the Homeless, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year to organize alliances between Episcopal faith communities and the homeless to broaden access to affordable housing.

South Bronx Churches, Bronx, NY

$50,000 over one year to support organizing for creation of the Mott Haven Schools Campus in the South Bronx.

New York City Coalition Against Hunger, New York, NY

$45,000 over two years to strengthen public policy responses to hunger in New York City through increased engagement with the Episcopal Church and other religious leaders.

Trinity Transformational Fellows Program, New York, NY

$44,000 over one year to support experienced clergy and lay leaders in social transformation by renewing and strengthening their work through a six week self-designed sabbatical fellowship.

Church in The Global South ($42,570)
Diocese of Ezo, Sudan

$12,570 over one year to support the revitalization of local communities in the southwestern Sudan.

Anglican Consultative Council, London, UK

$30,000 over one year to fund the Office of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations' program in environment and sustainable development.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($133,350)
St. Paul's United Theological College-Limuru, Kenya

$127,475 over one year to establish the College library's access to electronic internet resources and support the maintenance of its print resources.

Bishop Allison Theological College, Sudan

$5,875 over one year to purchase three new laptop computers and printer, and upgrade existing computers as well as provide training opportunities for students and library personnel as they move back to Yei.

Executive Discretionary Grant:
Episcopal Relief and Development

$25,000 as a matching grant over one year to enable a compassionate response to the Katrina disaster in Louisiana.

 

November 2005 Approved Grants

Church in the Global South ($591,118)
Anglican Consultative Council

$150,000 over three years to support the Theological Education Commission.

Diocese of Cape Town, Southern Africa

$130,300 over one year to establish The African Monitor, an Anglican led international body that will interface with donors and governments to assist with program monitoring and evaluation and provide political and social analysis.

Diocese of Yei, Sudan

$70,300 over two years to fund HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria prevention, providing clean water and start-up costs to the office in the Diocese of Yei.

The Anglican Women's Empowerment Team (AWET)

$75,000 over one year to bring seventy-six Anglican women leaders from the Global South to attend the 50th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW) in 2006.

Province of Congo

$18,000 over three years to fund the operating costs of the Anglican Church of Congo's Liaison Office in Kampala, Uganda.

Theological Education by Extension College - South Africa

$38,160 over one year to fund TEE course development at the Theological Education by Extension College - South Africa.

Diocese of Torit, Sudan

$29,490 over one year to underwrite the purchase of materials and equipment for three grinding mills in Nimule, Parajok and Pageri Parishes.

Province of Sudan

$79,868 over two years for continued support of the Kampala office of the Episcopal Church of Sudan (ECS) to allow communication with supporters and among the dioceses, to provide logistical support, and to develop the capability of the dioceses to serve their communities.

Metropolitan New York ($215,000)
Episcopal Network for Economic Justice, Cincinnati, OH

$35,000 over two years to create a congregational resource manual on economic justice, to be piloted in Metropolitan New York and then launched nationally.

Grace Church Van Vorst, Jersey City, NJ

$60,000 over three years to strengthen the Episcopal presence in Jersey City as a catalyst for transformative worship and mission.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church - The Ezra Project, Yonkers, NY

$100,000 over three years to re-launch St. Paul's Church as a vibrant worship community focused on social transformation

St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Staatsburg, NY

$20,000 over three years to support the Justice For All speakers' series, gathering ecumenical leaders as active leaders for social transformation in Northern Dutchess County.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($58,921)
Province of Burundi

$46,921 over one year to fund network development in the six dioceses and the Provincial office of the Episcopal Church of Burundi.

The Washington Office on Africa, Washington DC

$12,000 over one year to purchase a computer, scanner, printer, and photocopying equipment for the Washington Office on Africa.

 

May 2005 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South
Primary/Preventive Health Care
Diocese of Swaziland, Mbabane

$130,758. Over three years to fund the establishment of an integrated and comprehensive HIV/AIDS program in the Diocese of Swaziland.

Theological Education by Extension
The Pacific Theological College, Suva

$23,601. Over two years to fund the translation into French of text books and other materials for the francophone section of the Pacific Theological College Education by Extension.

Metropolitan New York
Building Systems
Interfaith Coalition of Advocates for Reentry and Employment, New York, NY

$60,000. Over two years to change New York State policy on employment licenses for formerly incarcerated persons.

Creating Coalitions
The Apostles' House, Newark, NJ

$36,000. Over one year to increase Episcopal congregations' policy advocacy on hunger issues in New Jersey through the Feed the Solution Initiative.

Cathedral Community Cares - Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY

$80,000. Over one year to coordinate program activities for the Feed the Solution Initiative.

Episcopal Charities, New York, NY

$55,000. Over one year to increase the number of Episcopal feeding programs providing "beyond emergency services" through the Feed the Solution Initiative.

Interfaith Assembly on Homelessness and Housing, New York, NY

$30,000. Over one year to engage Episcopal faith communities in advocacy on issues of affordable housing and homelessness.

Interweave Interfaith Network, Summit, NJ

$45,000. Over two years to create a network of communication and cooperation between the Christian, Muslim, and Jewish communities in northern New Jersey.

Strengthening Leaders
Community Action Project (CAP), Brooklyn, NY

$30,000. Over one year to organize against immigration fraud in the Flatbush neighborhood in Brooklyn.

East Brooklyn Congregations, Brooklyn, NY

$35,000. Over one year to coordinate the construction of eight hundred units of affordable housing in the Spring Creek neighborhood of Brooklyn.

San Juan Bautista Mission - The Bronx, Bronx, NY

$36,000. Over one year to continue a project reducing HIV/AIDS infection rates among Latino residents of the Hunts Point-Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx through Hablando Claro.

St. Mary's Manhattanville Episcopal Church, New York, NY

$30,000. Over one year to create an urban service-learning internship program for young adults.

Spiritual Formation/Development
Coherent Congregational Spirituality
Episcopal Church and Visual Arts, Philadelphia, PA

$90,000. Over three years to fund the Visio Divina Parish Program in collaboration with the Episcopal Church and Visual Arts (ECVA) at the Church of St. Martin in the Fields.

Deep Leadership
Spirituality Consultations, New York, NY

$12,500. To reimburse funds expended for the March 2005 consultation on the Spirituality of Young Adults.

Strengthen Telecommunications
Anglican Consultative Council, London

$55,000. Over one year to continue to support the infrastructure of the official Anglican Web Portal, a telecommunications ministry of the Anglican Consultative Council and its Anglican Communication Office.

Network Development
Francophone Network of the Anglican Communion, Montreal, Quebec

$20,000. To cover most of the costs of travel, housing, and hospitality for the African and Caribbean participants in the July 2005, Montreal, Canada meeting of the Francophone Network of the Anglican Communion.

Igreja Episcopal Anglicana Do Brasil, Porto Alegre - RS

$43,217. Over one year to fund the purchase and installation of modern telecommunications equipment in the eight dioceses and two missionary districts of the Igreja Episcopal Anglicana do Brasil.

Total grants: $844,926.00

 

February 2005 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($209,000)
1. Diocese of Northern Zambia, Central Africa

$57,000 over one year to fund a comprehensive diocesan HIV/ AIDS Ministry in Northern Zambia.

2. Diocese of Byumba, Rwanda

$35,000 to fund the third year of the Integrated Community Development program.

3. Diocese of West Buganda, Uganda

$30,000 over one year to continue the funding of the Basoka Kwavula Women's Credit Scheme (BKWCS).

4. Diocese of Mauritius, Indian Ocean

$12,000 over one year to fund a new diocesan lay and ordained training program.

5. The Domestic & Foreign Missionary Society, New York, NY

$75,000 over one year to bring forty-four Anglican women leaders from the Global South to attend the 49th session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW).

Strengthen Telecommunications ($214,990)
6. Province of Tanzania

$110,000 over one year to fund Phase I of the Provincial Electronic Database and Telecommunications Network of the Anglican Church of Tanzania (ACT).

7. The Church of North India

$35,230 over one year to fund the purchase of contemporary telecommunications equipment for the twenty-six dioceses of the Province of the Church of North India (CNI).

8. Province of Congo

$8,760 over one year to purchase solar energy for the Dioceses of Katanga, Boga, and Nord Kivu to power their telecommunication.

9. Diocese of Southern Malawi, Central Africa

$17,000 over one year to fund the purchase of contemporary telecommunications equipment for the newly established national Leonard Kamungu Theological College.

10. Cuttington University College

$44,000 over one year to fund the installation of an Internet system at Cuttington University College (CUC) in Suakoko, Liberia.

Spiritual Formation and Development ($282,000)
11. The Church of the Apostles, Seattle, WA

$90,000 over three years to fund staff salaries for an innovative program of evangelical outreach to a postmodern generation of seekers.

12. St. Luke the Evangelist Episcopal Church, Houston, TX

$62,000 over three years to fund development of a culturally alternative Godly Play program in an African-American church.

13. The World Community for Christian Meditation, Calabasas, CA

$90,000 over three years to support the Contemplative Parish Project in the Diocese of Los Angeles.

14. Church X, Belmont, MA

$40,000 over one year, renewable for up to two additional years, to fund "Powered by God for Daily Life and Work" initiative that ministers to younger unchurched people.

Metropolitan New York ($118,000)
15. Yonkers Alliance for Latino and Immigrant Services, Yonkers, NY

$30,000 over one year to expand a sustainable public-private partnership for immigrant services in southwest Yonkers, NY.

16. St. George's Church, Newburgh, NY

$20,000 over one year to create additional safe and affordable housing in Newburgh, NY.

17. Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison, Ossining, NY

$15,000 over one year to provide baccalaureate college courses for seventy-five inmates at Sing Sing Penitentiary.

18. Metropolitan New York Conference, New York, NY

$13,000 over one year to sponsor a conference that brings together grantees and other partners in Metropolitan New York.

19. Trinity Transformational Fellows Program, New York, NY

$40,000 over one year to support experienced clergy and lay leaders in social transformation by renewing and strengthening their work through a six week self-designed sabbatical fellowship.

 

November 2004 Approved Grants

Tsunami Recovery
1. Episcopal Relief and Development, New York

$100,000 - Compassionate response to the Tsunami disaster in South East Asia, to support Episcopal Relief and Development and Christ Church Bangkok to rebuild communities with new infrastructure in the heavily affected areas of southern Thailand, to be matched by the Trinity-St. Paul's community.

Church in The Global South ($249,201)
1. Province of Sudan

$114,000 over three years to continue the funding of the Theological Education by Extension program in ten dioceses in Southern Sudan, namely: Ezo, Ibba, kajo-Keji, Lainya, Lui, Maridi, Mundri, Rokon Yambio and Yei.

2. Province of Tanzania

$36,000 over one year to fund the 2005 Seminar for Senior Leaders to be organized by the Leadership Institute of the Anglican Church of Tanzania.

3. Diocese of Bo, Sierra Leone WA

$57,201 over one year to fund a diocesan food security project and training on human rights and democracy in St. Michael and All Angels' parish in the Kailahun district.

4. Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa - CAPA

$42,000 over one year to continue funding to enhance communications within the CAPA Provinces and the Anglican Communion using Information Technology.

Metropolitan New York ($145,000)
5. St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Spring Valley, NY

$25,000 over one year to fund the third year of the Jornaleros Project, which offers a meeting place, social service referrals, and legal advice to day laborers in Rockland County.

6. Habitat for Humanity, Brooklyn, NY

$60,000 over one year to create a broad based advocacy campaign for affordable housing in New York City.

7. Greater New York Labor-Religion Coalition, New York, NY

$60,000 over two years to create a partnership with Episcopal congregations, seminaries, and labor unions to promote worker rights and support current and future leaders in social transformation.

Special Opportunity ($20,000)
8. The Fund for Theological Education, Atlanta, GA

$20,000 over three years to increase the number of young adult candidates for ordination through the Pastoral Leadership Search Effort.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($58,200)
9. Province of Myanmar (Burma)

$41,000 over one year to purchase modern telecommunications and other communications equipment for the communications offices of the Provinces and the six dioceses.

10. Diocese of Haiti

$17,200 over one year to fund the purchase of contemporary telecommunications equipment for the Episcopal Theological Seminary of Haiti and train seminarians to use the equipment.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($90,000)
11. Church of the Nativity, Huntsville, AL

$90,000 over three years to fund one-half staff salary for the Holy Nativity Center for Pilgrimage and Reconciliation.

Executive Discretionary Grant:
Trinity Grants R&D Functions

$10,000 to fund the feasibility of a database creation, and the usage of a Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT) for the Anglican Church of Tanzania.

 

May 2004 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($503,970)
1. Diocese of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

$98,500 over three years to fund a diocesanParticipatory Rural Appraisal (PRA)project.

2. Diocese of Rumbek, Sudan

$77,550 over one year to fund Ox-Plough training centers across the diocese.

3. Kadugli Nuba Mountains Diocese, Sudan

$50,000 over one year to fund an agricultural program.

4. Diocese of Natal, Southern Africa

$50,000 over one year to move the Church Based Community Organizing (CBCO) towards self-sustainability through developing a national strategy.

5. Diocese of Central Tanganyika, Tanzania

$35,920 over one year to train clergy and laity on democratic leadership styles and participatory consensus decision- making, and to provide conflict resolution skills.

6. Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya

$40,000 over one year to fund the CAPA HIV/AIDS Program.

7. Province of Sudan

$60,000 over two years to fund the Theological Education by Extension (TEE) program in the following dioceses of the Episcopal Church of Sudan (ECS): Khartoum, Port Sudan, Kadugli & Nuba Mountains, El-Obeid, Renk, Malakal, and Wau.

8. Diocese of Guinea, West Africa

$37,000 over two years to fund a diocesan Theological Education by Extension (TEE) program.

9. Anglican Consultative Council

$30,000 over one year to fund a sustainable development and the environment program at the Office of the Anglican Observer at the United Nations.

10. Conference on Afro-Anglicanism, Garden City, NY

$25,000 over one year to fund the third International Conference on Afro-Anglicanism.

Metropolitan New York ($431,000)
11. St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Paterson, NJ

$60,000 over two years to create the "Pentecost Ideal," a model that ties congregational development to social transformation in support of recent Latino immigrants in Paterson, NJ's fifth ward neighborhood.

12. Iglesia de San Juan Bautista, Bronx, NY

$35,000 over one year to reduce at-risk behaviors for HIV/AIDS among Latina residents of the Hunts Point-Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx through Projecto Vida.

13. Rural and Migrant Ministry, Poughkeepsie, NY

$40,000 over one year to pilot an "education for democracy" program raising the engagement of farmworkers and their faith-based allies in civic life.

14. Cathedral Community Cares - Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY

$80,000 over one year to mentor a dozen Episcopal feeding programs in providing "beyond emergency services" referrals and improving meal planning and nutrition within service offerings.

15. Episcopal Charities, New York, NY

$55,000 over one year to integrate "beyond emergency services" activities into fifty percent of feeding programs funded by Episcopal Charities in the Diocese of New York.

16. Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen - Church of the Holy Apostles New York, NY

$26,000 over two years to expand "beyond emergency services" counseling referrals for soup kitchen guests and to create policy advocacy tools for program volunteers.

17. The Apostles' House, Newark, NJ

$35,000 over one year to connect up to ten faith-based feeding programs in Newark to a wider range of service and policy supports.

18. The Episcopal Diocese of New York, New York, NY

$100,000 over two years to increase vitality in worship, nurture, witness, and financial stability in fifteen targeted congregations across the Episcopal Diocese of New York.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($181,750)
19. Anglican Consultative Council

$125,000 over two years to fund the development of an official "Provincial News Releases Site" of the Anglican Web Portal.

20. Diocese of Cuba

$19,000 over one year to fund the purchase of modern telecommunications equipment for the Diocese of Cuba.

21. ANITEPAM Partnership, Washington, DC

$12,500 over one year to develop an ANITEPAM web site as an electronic resource center for Anglican Theological Education in Africa

22. Diocese of Peshawar, Pakistan

$25,250 over one year to purchase and install twenty- four computers and accessories, and twenty- four telephone lines to improve communication within the Diocese.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($177,324)
23. The Community of Hope, Houston, TX

$90,000 over three years to support the salary of one Field Coordinator who will supervise Community of Hope program development.

24. The University Episcopal Center, Minneapolis, MN

$87,324 over three years to fund a portion of the salary of the Chaplain and the Ministry Administrator.

Executive Discretionary Grants
1. St. George's College Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel

$4,800 to establish a network of computers, and install a firewall to protect the system.

2. Trinity Grants R&D Functions, New York, NY

$20,000 over one year to fund a third Trinity Transformational Fellow.

 

February 2004 Approved Grants

Metropolitan New York ($84,000)
1. Trinity Grants Food Security Program Initiative, New York, NY

$44,000 over one year to leverage a shift by Episcopal feeding programs from offering emergency services to enabling food security.

2. Harlem Episcopal School, New York, NY

$10,000 over one year as a challenge grant to support the creation of a full business plan and educational framework for a new school offering new quality educational options to families within the west Harlem and Washington Heights neighborhoods.

3. Lower Manhattan Together, New York, NY

$30,000 over nine months as a renewal grant to support the development of "public leaders" from Episcopal faith communities in lower Manhattan through involvement of Lower Manhattan Together's organizing for affordable housing.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($188,197)
4. The Church of Melanesia, Honiara, Soloman Islands

$99,123 over one year to fund Phase I of telecommunications project across the Province.

5. Province of Papua New Guinea

$77,251 over one year to fund Phase I of the telecommunications upgrade in the Province.

6. Bishop Gwynne College, Juba, Sudan

$6,744 over one year to fund the purchase and installation of three computers at Bishop Gwynne College.

7. The Greater Athens Anglican Chaplaincy, Athens, Greece

$5,079 over one year to fund the purchase of contemporary telecommunications equipment for the creation of a communication center to support forty Anglican/Protestant chaplains in the 2004 Olympic games.

Church in The Global South ($158,089)
8. Province of Burundi

$82,469 over three years to establish a Provincial TEE program.

9. Diocese of Ankole, Uganda

$60,620 over one year to fund an HIV/AIDS ministry and empowerment program for women in partnership with a local NGO engaged in health promotion and social development.

10. Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya

$15,000 over one year to fund the new Bishops Training Program in June 2004 in Tanzania.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($175,000)
11. Sacred Dying Foundation, San Francisco, CA

$75,000 over one year to develop and expand theSacred Dying Vigil Program, a project of the Sacred Dying Foundation.

12. La Iglesia Episcopal de la Resurrección, Mount Vernon, WA

$100,000 over two years to fund staff for theHispanic Ministry Spiritual Formation Projectat La Igelsia Episcopal de la Resurreccíón and St. Matthew's/San Mateo churches in the Diocese of Olympia as a pilot project for Hispanic spiritual formation.

Alternative Investment
Cuttington University College

$75,000 Suacoco, Liberia toward re-roofing of buildings at Cuttington University College in Liberia.

 

November 2003 Approved Grants

Strengthen Telecommunications ($126,546)
1. Province of Tanzania

$20,000 over one year to fund the purchase of eight computer units for administrative and executive staff at the Anglican Church of Tanzania's Head Office in order to complete the Network Development in that Province.

2. St. George's College, Jerusalem

$22,084 over one year to equip St. George's College with contemporary electronic communication devices.

3. Diocese of Colombia (Iglesia Episcopal En Colombia)

$20,000 over one year to fund the establishment of a Local Area Network (LAN) at the Diocesan Office.

4. Diocese of Honduras

$14,694 over one year to fund the establishment of a Local Area Network (LAN) at the Diocesan Office, and the upgrade of the diocesan access to the World Wide Web.

5. Diocese of Bor, Sudan

$19,401 over one year to fund a communication network in the Bor area.

6. Bishop Gaul College, Harare, Zimbabwe

$5,367 over one year to fund the purchase of three computers with accessories, internet capabilities, and printers for Bishop Gaul College.

7. Diocese of Toungoo, Myanmar

$5,000 over one year to fund the purchase of contemporary telecommunications equipment for the Diocesan Office and St. Peter's Bible College.

8. Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion

$20,000 over one year to fund Data Collection and Partnering to create a database of all known programs/theological colleges/seminaries that were founded or retain ties to a branch of the Anglican Communion.

Church in The Global South ($259,138)
9. The Anglican Diocese of Angola

$76,116 over three years to fund self-reliance activities for disadvantaged youth in Huambo Province.

10. Diocese of Cameroon

$51,028 over two years to establish a skills training center for underpriviledged young girls and women.

11. Formation Biblique et Théologique à Maurice (FBTM)

$53,187 over three years to fund the FBTM's initiative to send its director throughout the Francophone Provinces and dioceses to help set up TEE programs and train TEE leaders.

12. Theological Education by Extension in Zambia

$29,102 over two years to support TEE program, including course review, writing new course material and retaining tutors in 2003, and funding for annual tutors' seminar in 2004.

13. Diocese of Katanga, Congo

$12,315 over two years to fund the training of fifty-one Theological Education by Extention (TEE) facilitators throughout the Diocese of Katanga.

14. Diocese of Egypt

$37,390 over one year to fund the training of lay ministers to expand the diocese using Theological Education by Extension (TEE) methodology, as well as refreshment seminars for the clergy.

Spiritual Formation and Development ($390,040)
15. Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation, Bethesda, MD

$100,000 over three years to fund formation of leaders specially equipped to be spiritual guides for congregations focused on ongoing spiritual formation.

16. Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia, Norfolk, VA

$71,500 over two years to fund Building Holy Fellowship program, continuing Executive Discretionary grant 7365, which was awarded to cover expenditures required prior to November 2003 Grants Board meeting.

17. Pastoral Excellence Project, Cambridge, MA

$98,540 over three years to fund expansion of the Pastoral Excellence Project to develop resources for spiritual formation in underserved parishes in the Dioceses of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

18. St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral, Seattle, WA

$100,000 over three years to fund the expansion of the Adult Faith Formation program through the hiring of a Faith Formation Associate.

19. Spirituality Consultation, New York, NY

$20,000 to reimburse funds for the October 2003 consultation in the Spiritual Formation and Development program objective.

Metropolitan New York ($319,300)
20. Trinity Grants R&D Functions, New York, NY

$119,300 over one year to launch capacity-building initiatives related to achieving the goals in the program area "strengthening the Church in New York as a catalyst for social transformation."

21. East Brooklyn Congregations, Brooklyn, NY

$100,000 (affiliated with the Industrial Areas Foundation) over one year to support creation of affordable housing in Bushwick, East New York, and Bedford-Stuyvesant, with progress toward development of more than 300 rental units and 500 owner-occupied town houses.

22.Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison, Ossining, NY

$40,000 over one year to fund the second phase of the organization's work providing college courses for seventy inmates at Sing Sing Penitentiary.

23. St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Spring Valley, NY

$30,000 over one year to fund the second phase of the Jornaleros Project, which offers a meeting place, social service referrals, and legal advice to day laborers in Rockland County. This grant will be eligible for a one-year renewal in November 2004.

24. Eastern Farm Workers Association, Bellport, NY

$30,000 over two years to fund the Eastern Farm Workers Association's recruitment of five additional Episcopal congregations and twenty-five more volunteers from currently-involved congregations to support farm workers in Suffolk County.

Executive Discretionary Grant:
Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia

Grant #7365 $20,000 to fund Building Holy Fellowship during the period September 2003-January 2004.

 

May 2003 Approved Grants

Metropolitan New York ($110,000)
1. Church of St. Luke-in-the-Fields

$40,000 over two years to fund two staff positions for St. Luke'sYouth Outreach Workshops, a risk prevention and empowerment program for at-risk lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender (LGBT) street youth.

2. The Interfaith Center of New York

$70,000 over two years for theNeighbor-Faith Project- a collaboration of the Interfaith Center of New York, Episcopal Social Services, and Lucinda Allen Moser, Th.D - designed to provide educational assistance for Episcopalians in Greater New York seeking better understanding for America's religious diversity.

Church in The Global South ($399,265)
3. Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa - CAPA

$50,000 over one year to fund the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa's (CAPA) continuing HIV/AIDS initiative.

4. Agape Counseling and Training Services (ACTS)

$30,000 over two years to fund an HIV/AIDS Clergy Counseling Training Program in conjunction with four dioceses of the Anglican Church of Kenya ( ACK).

5. Province of Kenya

$85,000 over three years to continue support for the Anglican Church of Kenya's Theological Education by Extension (ACKTEE) Program.

6. Anglican TEE Board for Equatorial Africa

$40,000 over one year to fund a consultation examining different Theological Education by Extension (TEE) models in Africa.

7. Diocese of Toamasina, Indian Ocean

$45,000 over one year to purchase a drill rig to supply potable water and irrigation system to villages on the East Coast of Madagascar, and implement a diocesan income generating farming project in Farafaty.

8. Diocese of Byumba, Rwanda

$42,000 over one year to continue support for the Byumba Integrated Community Development Project which helps women and young people take control over factors affecting their lives

9. Diocese of Lainya, Sudan

$39,765 over one year to fund women's capacity building and gender awareness training.

10.Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa - CAPA

$47,800 over one year to continue support of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) Communications unit.

11. Province of Congo

$19,700 over three years to fund the operating costs of the Anglican Church of Congo's Liaison Office in Kampala, Uganda.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($109,640)
12. Episcopal Retirement Homes, Inc.

$60,000 over two years to support expansion of the spiritual formation aspect of the Parish Health Ministry program.

13. Touchstones Discussion Project

$49,640 over two years to support deep leadership through expansion of the Parishes in Prisons focus of the Touchstones Discussion Project.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($48,300)
14. Diocese of the Dominican Republic

$36,050 over one year to fund the purchase of twenty computers, scanners, printers, and software as well as provide internet service capabilities and web hosting to the Diocese of the Dominican Republic.

15. Diocese of Uruguay, Southern Cone of South America

$8,050 over one year to update the telecommunications capabilities of the diocese.

16. Diocese of Northern Argentina

$4,200 over one year to further embed the use of electronic communication across the diocese.

Executive Discretionary Grant
ANITEPAM Partnership, Washington, DC

$3,636 in additional funding to meet shortfall in original budget of grant #3824 to assist with supplemental shipping costs of TEE resources across Africa.

 

February 2003 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($226,790)
1. Diocese of Makamba, Burundi

$60,000 over one year to fund Micro-entrepreneurs operating pre-existing micro-entreprises in Makamba.

2. Diocese of West Buganda, Uganda

$36,392 over one year to fund the Basooka Kwavula Women's Credit Scheme.

3. Diocese of Mpwapwa, Tanzania

$20,000 over one year to fund Mother's Union Development Programme, a two-year Micro-Credit Scheme for Women.

4. Diocese of Kagera, Tanzania

$25,957 over one year to fund the purchase of two diesel-powered grain mills and hullers for Biharamulo and Mabawe deaneries.

5. Diocese of Katanga, Congo

$31,380 over three years to fund a skills training program for young people in the Diocese of Katanga.

6. Diocese of Gambia

$45,148 over three years to fund the establishment of a Rural and Urban Theological Education by Extension in the Diocese.

7. Formation Biblique et Théologique à Maurice

$7,913 over one year to partially support the purchase of a vehicle to facilitate the local training group, and launch a vehicle replacement plan.

 

Strengthen Telecommunications ($168,543)
8. Anglican Consultative Council

$95,075 over two years to support the positions of a Part-time Director of the Anglican Web Portal, and a Full-time Managing Editor for the Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS).

9. Province of Nigeria

$70,000 over one year to fund the installation of a VSAT system.

10. Diocese of Southern Malawi

$3,468 over one year to equip the diocese with a contemporary electronic communication system.

Metropolitan New York ($80,000)
11. Central Brooklyn Churches

$50,000 over one year to fund the salary of an Associate Organizer and to enlarge the capacity of CBC's outreach.

12. Fessenden House, Yonkers, NY

$30,000 over two years to fund Fessenden House, a supportive housing program for homeless men in recovery from alcohol or drug addiction and living with HIV/AIDS.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($90,000)
13. Partakers, Inc., Dedham, MA

$90,000 over three years to support development of spiritual leadership and commitment to the social gospel through prison ministry within Episcopal parishes in the greater Boston area.

 

November 2002 Approved Grants

Metropolitan New York
1. Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition

$90,000 over two years to support the Faith in Organizing Project which will integrate the church-based organizing model into the neighborhood organizing model of the Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition.

2. Lower Manhattan Together

$40,000 over one year to fund efforts to expand the institution base of Lower Manhattan Together.

3. Upper Manhattan Together

$70,000 over two years for Upper Manhattan Together's efforts to improve the health, safety, maintenance and quality of life for tenants of public housing.

4. Episcopal Community Development, Inc.

$75,000 over one year to expand the staff of Episcopal Community Development which provides technical assistance to non-profit, church-affiliated housing developers in the Diocese of Newark.

5. Broadway Housing Communities, Inc.

$80,000 over two years to fund HIP HOPE at the Dorothy Day Apartments in collaboration with St. Mary's Church, Manhattanville to provide youth a structured routine of work, study and social and cultural activity.

6. Interfaith Neighbors, Inc.

$70,000 over two years to fund a staff social worker position for Youth-for-Youth at GirlSpace.

7. Holy Trinity Neighborhood Center

$50,000 over two years to fund the salary for an Executive Director of Rachel's Room which provides life and job skills to unemployed and underemployed women.

8. Women's Advocate Ministry

$30,000 over one year to fund education and training workshops in Episcopal parishes for ministry to incarcerated women.

9. Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison

$50,000 over one year to fund the salary for an Executive Director for Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison.

10. St. Paul's Episcopal Church

$40,000 over one year to fund the ministry of Jornaleros (Day Laborers) Project at St. Paul's Church in Spring Valley, New York.

Church in The Global South
11. Uganda Christian University

$152,305 over two years to fund the expansion of the Uganda Provincial Theological Education by Extension (TEE) Program.

12. Diocese of Pretoria, Southern Africa

$28,850 over one year to further develop a comprehensive and holistic HIV/AIDS Program.

13. Diocese of Yei, Sudan

$86,696 over two years to fund the creation of a Vocational Training Center and a Women Empowerment Program for Transformation in the Diocese of Yei.

14. Diocese of Maridi, Sudan

$30,377 over one year to fund a Agriculture Development and Grinding Mill project in Maridi.

15. Province of Sudan

$33,055 over one year to support the evaluation of Episcopal Church of the Sudan Provincial office in Juba, Sudan; the liasion offices in Khartoum & Kampala, Uganda; and its institutions, for an eventual restructuring.

16. Anglican Consultative Council

$30,000 over one year to support theEnvironment and Sustainable Developmentprogram of the Office of the Anglican Communion Observer to the United Nations.

Strengthen Telecommunications
17. Province of the West Indies, Nassau, N.P., BAHAMAS

$18,280 over one year to fund the purchase of telecommunications equipment, and the installation of a Local Area Network in the new Provincial office in Barbados.

Executive Discretionary Grant:
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc., New York, NY 10010

$10,000 to support the Federation in recognition of Dr. Megan McLaughlin's retirement after sixteen years as Executive Director.

 

May 2002 Approved Grants

Church in The Global South ($65,826)
1. Dioceses of the Southern Sudan, Kampala, Uganda

$22,000 over one year to fund TEE programs in ten dioceses in Southern Sudan.

2. Diocese of Gahini, Kigali, Rwanda

$32,926 over one year to fund the "Demonstration and Popularization Farms" project .

3. Diocese of Malakal, Malakal, Sudan

$10,900 over one year to support a community development project for fishermen in Upper Nile Christian Community.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($425,962)
4. Anglican Consultative Council, London, England

$198,000 over two years to fund the development of theAnglican Communion Web Portal.

5. Anglican Consultative Council, London, England

$120,000 over three years to fund the operation of a newCommission on Telecommunications for the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC).

6. Province of Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya

$107,962 over one year to complete the process of linking the whole Province, the theological colleges, and the regional development offices with contemporary communications equipment.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($159,000)
7. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Greensboro, NC

$48,000 over two years to fund the formation and spiritual invigoration of more Christian leaders at theSchool of Servant Leadership,and progress toward the goal of making the curriculum available nationally.

8. St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, NY

$80,000 over three years for a Center for Spirituality and Ethics to organize the expansion of faith/spirituality/vocation training and conversations with professionals concerning spiritual formation and ethics in the multi-cultural and interfaith workplace.

9. Saint Gregory the Great Episcopal Church, Athens, GA

$31,000 over three years to fund the Center for Spiritual Formation's resources and program material, some programs sponsored by the center, and one part-time position.

Metropolitan New York ($100,000)
10. Institute for Ministry in a Multifaith World, New York, NY

$30,000 over one year for the Institute for Ministry in Multifaith World, a New York City-based Program of interfaith understanding for Seminarians.

11. St. Paul's On-The-Hill, Ossining, NY

$20,000 over three years to launch theOssining Interfaith Youth Corps.

12. Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding, New York, NY

$50,000 over one year for theBuilding Blocks for Democracy Program, a prototype curriculum of interfaith understanding for elementary School children.

Executive Discretionary Grants:
Telecommunications
Anglican Consultative Council, London, England

$25,000 over one year to lay the groundwork for the Anglican Portal.

 

February 2002 Approved Grants

Strengthen Telecommunications ($74,362)
1. Province of Tanzania

$50,000 over one year to fund Phase II of the Network Development for the Anglican Church of Tanzania.

2. Province of Sudan

$24,362 over one year to begin the process of linking the eighteen dioceses of Southern Sudan with contemporary communications equipment.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($245,000)
3. St. Ambrose Episcopal Church, Raleigh, NC

$55,000 over two years to fund a program which places spiritual formation opportunities for youth at the heart of a predominately African American Episcopal congregation, in order to help develop a community that puts God at its center.

4. No Ordinary Time, Jamaica Plains, MA

$70,000 over two years to develop a culture of reflective engagement that cultivates spiritually deep leaders in the Episcopal Church.

5. Harvesters Partnership of New England, New Haven, CT

$40,000 over two years to fund the implementation of a collaborative effort to study and strengthen holistic, congregational spiritual formation, theological education, and work for justice and peace, throughout New England.

6. Diocese of California, San Francisco, CA

$80,000 over three years to fund the Formation for Healing Ministry Program to train clergy and laypersons to lead the development of healing ministries in the congregations of the diocese.

Church in The Global South ($246,701)
7. Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya

$80,000 over one year to begin building capacity in CAPA by establishing an HIV/AIDS desk to implement the HIV/AIDS Program produced by the All Africa Anglican AIDS Conference held in Johannesburg.

8. Diocese of Southern Highlands, Tanzania

$75,000 over three years to support the Diocesan Development Office and Integrated Community Development in Mbarali

9. Anglican Center For Biblical Education

$46,701 (Formerly St. Paul's Madagascar) over one year to support the TEE program in the four dioceses of Madagascar.

10. Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya

$15,000 over one year to fund the CAPA Bishops training in July of 2002 in Malawi.

11. Diocese of Natal, Southern Africa

$5,000 over one year to fund a national training structure in Church Based Community Organizing (CBCO).

12. Church Organizations Research and Advisory Trust (CORAT) Africa

$25,000 over one year to work withChurch Organizations Research Advisory Trust(CORAT )Africa in helping the Provinces of Tanzania and Uganda identify their local resources and use them toward their sustainability.

Executive Discretionary Grants:
Metro New York
Judson Memorial Church, New York, NY

$15,000 to fund the Forum of Concerned Religious Leaders

 

February 2001 Approved Grants

Metropolitan New York ($84,000)
1. Trinity Grants Food Security Program Initiative, New York, NY

$44,000 over one year to leverage a shift by Episcopal feeding programs from offering emergency services to enabling food security.

2. Harlem Episcopal School, New York, NY

$10,000 over one year as a challenge grant to support the creation of a full business plan and educational framework for a new school offering new quality educational options to families within the west Harlem and Washington Heights neighborhoods.

3. Lower Manhattan Together, New York, NY

$30,000 over nine months as a renewal grant to support the development of "public leaders" from Episcopal faith communities in lower Manhattan through involvement of Lower Manhattan Together's organizing for affordable housing.

Strengthen Telecommunications ($188,197)
4. The Church of Melanesia, Honiara, Soloman Islands

$99,123 over one year to fund Phase I of telecommunications project across the Province.

5. Province of Papua New Guinea

$77,251 over one year to fund Phase I of the telecommunications upgrade in the Province.

6. Bishop Gwynne College, Juba, Sudan

$6,744 over one year to fund the purchase and installation of three computers at Bishop Gwynne College.

7. The Greater Athens Anglican Chaplaincy, Athens, Greece

$5,079 over one year to fund the purchase of contemporary telecommunications equipment for the creation of a communication center to support forty Anglican/Protestant chaplains in the 2004 Olympic games.

Church in The Global South ($158,089)
8. Province of Burundi

$82,469 over three years to establish a Provincial TEE program.

9. Diocese of Ankole, Uganda

$60,620 over one year to fund an HIV/AIDS ministry and empowerment program for women in partnership with a local NGO engaged in health promotion and social development.

10. Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa, Nairobi, Kenya

$15,000 over one year to fund the new Bishops Training Program in June 2004 in Tanzania.

Spiritual Formation/Development ($175,000)
11. Sacred Dying Foundation, San Francisco, CA

$75,000 over one year to develop and expand theSacred Dying Vigil Program, a project of the Sacred Dying Foundation.

12. La Iglesia Episcopal de la Resurrección, Mount Vernon, WA

$100,000 over two years to fund staff for theHispanic Ministry Spiritual Formation Projectat La Igelsia Episcopal de la Resurreccíón and St. Matthew's/San Mateo churches in the Diocese of Olympia as a pilot project for Hispanic spiritual formation.

Alternative Investment
Cuttington University College

$75,000 Suacoco, Liberia toward re-roofing of buildings at Cuttington University College in Liberia.