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The Soul of Philanthropy

By Mark Michael Back in June, billionaire investor Warren Buffett announced that he was resigning as a trustee of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation....

Trinity Wall Street Grants Millions for Racial Justice

The church's largest-ever grant cycle includes nearly $7 million devoted to ending systemic racism in New York City.

Trinity Donates $500,000 in Overseas COVID Relief

Trinity Wall Street continues its support of Anglican dioceses and organizations in Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.

$2.4 Million in Initiatives from Trinity Wall Street

Grants and loans speak to the parish’s long-term strategic initiatives for addressing homelessness and the problems of the criminal justice system, with a focus on racial disparity.

Donors Match Gifts

Gifts to Episcopal Relief & Development will be matched up to $760,000 until Dec. 31.

‘Nobody’ Was Somebody

William Stevens, a hosier, directed his substantial wealth to support High Church Anglicanism.

Bristol Debates its Legacy

Calls are growing to scrub Edward Colston’s name from many locations in the port city of Bristol.


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