I am pleased to announce that, in 2017, Emmanuel has continued to demonstrate its commitment to outreach and the fight against social injustice - especially helping poor, vulnerable and marginalized populations in Baltimore and even around the world. More than $30,000 was given to organizations who focus on these causes.
-No Boundaries Coalition (http://www.noboundariescoalition.com, $1000)
-Helping Oppressed People Excel (H.O.P.E)(https://www.emmanueldowntown.org/hope, $4200)
-Manna House (http://mannahouseinc.org, $4000)
-The Annual Ministries Appeal of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland (https://episcopalmaryland.org/ministries/annual-ministries-appeal, $2500)
-The Samaritan Community (http://www.samaritancommunity.org, $5000)
-The Intersection of Change (http://intersectionofchange.org, $5000)
-St Luke's Episcopal Church (http://www.stlukesbaltimore.org, $2500)
-Baltimore Outreach Services (http://www.baltimoreoutreach.org, $4500)
-The Episcopal Relief and Development Fund (https://www.episcopalrelief.org, $2500).
--Herschel Wade, Outreach Committee Chair