Website highlights partners in Zambia, friends in Virginia

Posted Mar 15, 2012

[Episcopal Relief & Development] This month’s online Power of Partnerships site illustrates the impact of women’s empowerment and gender awareness programs in rural communities, with a story about a woman who invited her husband to participate with her in an adult literacy program and craft training workshop.  Learning and growing together, the couple is now prospering and participating fully in the life of their community.  The integrated program is run by the Zambia Anglican Council (ZAC), Episcopal Relief & Development’s partner in the country.

March’s Friends of Episcopal Relief & Development  celebrates an important milestone with the Bruton Parish Shop in historic Williamsburg, Virginia.  In its 16 years of operation, through the efforts of countless volunteers, the shop – which is affiliated with one of the oldest continually operating Episcopal churches in the United States – has raised over $2 million in outreach funding for ministries and non-profit organizations, such as Episcopal Relief & Development.

The monthly Power of Partnerships and Friends of Episcopal Relief & Development web features present stories about the agency’s partners in the US and worldwide. Visit to read past installments, find information about our programs or make a contribution.  You can also call 1.855.312.HEAL. Gifts can be mailed to Episcopal Relief & Development, PO Box 7058, Merrifield, VA 22116-7058.