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Episcopal Relief & Development responds to Sandy storm

Episcopal Relief & Development responds to Sandy storm

Episcopal Relief & Development has set up a fund to support the efforts of their partners managing the response in the Caribbean and the US:

At this time, we ask that you continue to pray for all those who are impacted by the storm.

In addition, we have established a dedicated Hurricane Sandy Response Fund that will support the relief and recovery efforts of our partners in both the Caribbean and the US.

Our partners are currently in the process of conducting needs assessments and formulating relief activities. We will continue to be in touch with them as they minister to impacted communities.

In the United States, we have been in contact with over a dozen Diocesan Disaster Coordinators about activities on the diocesan and parish levels.

We will continue to be in touch with our partners through the immediate relief and long-term recovery phases of their storm response.

Episcopal Relief & Development also offers a bulletin insert you can use this Sunday in response to Hurricane Sandy.

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