ECW awards grants to local charities

The Episcopal Church Women (ECW) have announced the 2024 recipients of their annual grant program. The organizations in Laguna Beach that will receive the ECW grants are Creative Identity, Friendship Shelter, Laguna Beach Children’s Chorus, Laguna Beach Community Clinic, Laguna Beach Food Pantry, PUP (Protecting Unwanted Pets), Sally’s Fund and Waymakers.

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(L-R) Top row: Megan Tambio, Friendship Shelter; Michelle Danly, Wells of Life; Ronda Farrington, Sally’s Fund; Dr. Jorge Rubal, Laguna Beach Community Clinic; George Gilliam, Creative Identity; Chelsea Burch and Melissa Whitworth, Waymakers;

(L-R) Bottom row: Anne Belyea, Laguna Beach Food Pantry; Marjorie Gorum, ECW president; Linda Mayer, ECW; Ann Hyde ECW; Katie Van Harten, PUP and Joslyn Aitken, ECW

ECW’s giving extends to other organizations including CASA, Wells of Life, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church food distribution, Native American Heritage Association, Wheelchair Mission and other organizations regionally, nationally and globally.

ECW’s main source of income for these grants is their summer concert series, and they thank the Laguna Beach Community for supporting these concerts. The next concert will feature Jason Feddy on Saturday, July 20 at 5:30 p.m. at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church on their ocean view terrace. Tickets are $25. To purchase tickets, go to www.ecwstmaryslb.org.


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