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Economic
Scripture calls us to confront economic injustice and to care for the poor and marginalized of the world.  These groups and organizations answer that prophetical call and remind the church to confront the inequalities that exist in the world today.
Collective Intelligence
A global group of entrepreneurs dedicated to improving the efficiency of social ecosystems by developing “collective maps,” graphical depictions of the often-complex web of organizations, issues, and gaps associated with key social initiatives. EGR also helps to link together networks in order to aid in more efficient resource-sharing, capital formation and fund-raising.
Ecclesia Ministries and Common Cathedral
A daily street ministry in Boston since 1994, Ecclesia has joined homeless and housed people in worship, pastoral care, street ministry, support and education groups, and other aspects of community.
Episcopal Community Services (San Francisco)
A nonprofit organization started in 1983, ECS helps homeless, disabled and very low-income adult women and men, seniors and families move with dignity toward increased stability and housing. ECS programs include shelters, supportive housing, a skills center (education & vocational training), and senior services.
Episcopal Investments
Challenges corporations to meet a higher standard of justice. They address such issues as the environment, fair lending, equal employment, military contracting, human rights, and board diversity.
Episcopal Network for Economic Justice
This organization serves to strengthen and support those engaged in economic justice ministries and advocate for initiatives within the Episcopal Church.
Episcopal Urban Caucus
A primary commitment of the EUC is to articulate a vision of a Church without racism, a Church for all races. We commit ourselves in all of our worship, programs, and advocacy, to model inclusiveness and embody respect for every person. The primary purpose remains keeping the Church honest on issues of urban ministry and social justice.
Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation
A network of lay and ordained economists, business people, students, social organizers, theologians, attorneys, labor activists, and advocates who commit to giving 0.7% of our personal budgets - and working towards giving 0.7% of our parish, diocesan, Church, and national budgets - to help achieve the Millennium Development Goals overseas.
Five Talents International
An Anglican initiative committed to combating poverty in the developing world by micro-enterprise development. Its vision is to encourage and inspire personal responsibility, wise investment, and service to the community, care for the poor and less fortunate and respect the dignity of all human beings.
Habitat for Humanity International
This nonprofit, ecumenical Christian organization is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing and homelessness worldwide and to making adequate, affordable shelter a matter of conscience and action. Habitat is founded on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, decent, affordable place to live in dignity and safety.
Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)
A leader of the corporate social responsibility movement. ICCR's membership is an association of 275 faith- based institutional investors, including national denominations, religious communities, pension funds, endowments, hospital corporations, economic development funds and publishing companies.
Jubilee Ministry
A network of Episcopal congregations engaged in mission and ministry among and with poor and oppressed people. Each program comes out of the history of its community. Through Jubilee ministry people are empowered locally and the church lives out its prophetic role in its respective community.
Micah Challenge
Micah Challenge is a global Christian campaign aimed at deepening our engagement with impoverished and marginalized communities and challenging international leaders, and leaders of rich and poor countries, to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and halve absolute global poverty by 2015.
ONE Campaign
The ONE Campaign is an effort by Americans to rally Americans – one by one – to fight the emergency of global AIDS and extreme poverty. ONE is students and ministers, punk rockers and NASCAR moms, Americans of all beliefs and every walk of life, united to help make poverty history.