Development Office

The Development Office of The Episcopal Church seeks to obtain large gifts to fund the mission of the church.

The work is currently focused on rebuilding the Episcopal Church presence in Haiti, helping Navajoland become self-sufficient, and supporting historically Black Colleges of The Episcopal Church.

The Development Office also provides thought-leadership and resources to other fundraising efforts of The Episcopal Church. It will soon make available a proprietary prospect research offering to dioceses and congregations.

Articles

October 1, 2009

Supporting the work and mission of the Episcopal Church is now as simple as visiting www.episcopalchurch.org/index.htm and clicking on the red "Give to the Episcopal Church" button. "In these busy times, how many people have missed the...

Documents

You can help turn stumbling blocks into building blocks for Haiti’s reconstruction – schools, clinics, churches, even a Cathedral.

The following slides show what remains of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Holy Trinity School, St. Vincent’s School, and Sainte Croix Hospital in Leogane. There is nothing to show of the Music School. Its students now study within Holy Trinity...

Our heart keeps us alive. It nourishes the rest of our body by constantly pumping blood to the organs, muscles, sinews: all that makes us who we are. Symbolically, it is the home of our emotions, where love and hope reside. Biblically, it...

Great variety exists among Episcopal dioceses in financial resources and approaches to mission funding. This report provides a unique look at endowments, capital campaigns and diocesan missional priorities.