I find the annual Forum on Justice & Opportunity extremely valuable because it gives a larger...
In line with its focus on economic mobility, Episcopal Community Services supports the concept of a living wage that truly allows for self-sufficiency. Increasing the minimum wage is not enough but can be a step on the way toward achieving a living wage.Read More
Beginning late last month, children of all ages across Philadelphia and throughout the region began heading back to school. It’s a time of hope and promise as we look to the future.Read More
Episcopal Community Services and the Advocacy Committee of our Board of Trustees welcome you to join us over the summer months in reading $2.00 A Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America.Read More
“Women and children first!” is a phrase we typically associate with some kind of danger–a sinking ship, or some other perilous situation.Read More