Episcopal Relief & Development shared excited news:
The challenge of the “Recovery” phase is that most of the television cameras have moved on, but in many cases, the human suffering has grown. It is a chronic state, not a crisis. This however is the phase where Episcopal Relief & Development and its worldwide partners excel.
Prayers and support are needed for the victims of the earthquake in China says
Consumer Reports tells their readers to “Make sure your donation counts”.
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