All tagged Grants

Projects with these purposes are preferred:

  • Find and establish connections between eco- and social justice;

  • Building practices of faith-based agriculture;

  • Engage the local community as partners and participants, fostering cooperation between communities of faith, civic, scientific and educational organizations;

  • Enhance faith formation, liturgical expression, theological understanding and community engagement;

  • Serve groups and/or regions that are vulnerable to environmental racism and climate change;

  • Able to articulate and show engagement with issues relating to environmental racism*

  • Encourage intergenerational engagement;

  • Demonstrate innovation and creativity; can be used as models for communities in different contexts;

  • Promote churchwide learning, understanding, storytelling, and practical application

  • Connect aspects of project to General Convention mandates as expressed through The Episcopal Church’s Vision for Creation Care.