Trinity Wall Street announces grant recipients

In a press release Trinity Wall Street reports “grants of more than $1 million to aid communities in metro New York during 2008” and “an additional $2 million was awarded to Episcopal dioceses in the United States and the 70 nation Anglican Communion.”

Applications for 2009 are now being accepted. For more information about the Global Partners Initiative and other grants, visit

A sampling of the overseas recipients:

  • Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) – $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.
  • Diocese of Southern Malawi (Province of 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.
  • Diocese of Aru (Province of the Congo) – $51,075 over one year to establish a savings and loan program.
  • Province of the Congo – $55,000 over three years as general operating support for the Kampala office and the Liaison officer.
  • Diocese of Southern Nyanza (The Anglican Church of Kenya) – $136,000 over one year to establish a savings and loan program with women and youth in the diocese.
  • The Episcopal Church of 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Diocese of Kajo-Keji (Province of Sudan) – $50,000 over one year to establish a holistic HIV/AIDS prevention program. [Update: The Diocese of Bethlehem is the companion diocese of Kajo-Keji.]
  • 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 Northern Uganda (The Church of the Province of Uganda) – $76,800 over two years to establish an agricultural training program.

Other grants went to support several projects each in the Province of South Africa and the Province of Burundi.

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  1. David Allen |dah • veed|

    WOW! That is a lot of money going from a TEC parish to Anglican churches in Africa who claim impaired communion with TEC. And I am believing that this is representative of many more funds which assist these churches coming from TEC entities.

    May God continue to bless all involved!

  2. Luiz Coelho

    I’m glad to see one more time the Episcopal Church loving its “enemies” and being inclusive to all who are in need.

  3. Diocese of Northern Uganda (The Church of the Province of Uganda) – $76,800 over two years to establish an agricultural training program.¨

    Wait, STOP, there must be a mistake…Archbishop Henri Orombi, Primate of Uganda, won´t be touching TEC ¨tainted¨ money…and he repeatedly says so (along with singling out LGBT Anglicans for persecution)…best to send the help down to TEC diocese of Haiti, in The Western Hemisphere/Caribbean were the money is DESPERATELY NEEDED and DESPERATELY WANTED (food, medicine, clothing)…pronto!

    No sense wearing out our welcome where we aren´t welcome.

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