The Episcopal Fund for Human Need (EFHN) is a diocesan-wide ministry that provides an emergency safety net for those in central and southern Indiana who “fall through the cracks” of human needs agencies. Gifts through EFHN provide a lifeline to those who are hungry, homeless or poorly housed, without transportation, or ill and in need of assistance. An offering for the Episcopal Fund for Human Need is generally gathered in diocesan parishes on or near Pentecost Sunday.
Contact: Canon Marsha Gebuhr
Ingathering time is coming soon for your Episcopal Fund for Human Need (EFHN), the only yearly diocesan fund drive for ministries of hope and help in our local communities. Most parishes choose to gather EFHN gifts on or around Pentecost Sunday, June 4. Grants have been made annually to 25-35 ...Read More
Downloadable News Blips are available now for use in this year's EFHN campaign ...Read More
The EFHN provides a critical lifeline for ministries and organizations throughout the diocese meeting basic emergency human needs. Your donations help our diocese provide gifts for almost three-dozen critical human needs agencies throughout the lower two-thirds of Indiana. Text a Gift Available in April and May! To securely make a gift to ...Read More
The diocesan Episcopal Fund for Human Need (EFHN) has awarded over 30 agencies 2016 grants totaling nearly $42,000. The grants will support the work of providing basic human services including food distribution, caring for children and the elderly, and offering emergency assistance for needs such as utilities and transportation. Agencies ...Read More
Ingathering has passed, but there's still time, time to do projects year round like volunteering at some of the agencies in your deanery or even a neighboring deanery ...Read More
The report to the 2014 Diocesan Convention ...Read More