“Inspired by the universal principles of St. Paul, we assist and encourage local communities to commit to contemporary reconciliation projects.”

The Foundation was created in 2010 as an IRS 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation and is a registered California charity.
Our focus has been on the intersection of human rights, health, education and faith, by providing resources for emerging grass roots organizations and leaders in the Global South. Local organizations are given assistance to create innovative HIV education and prevention programs, women’s development and self employment programs and providing training and education projects to build sustainable communities. Educational programs in Europe and North America seek partner congregations, foundations and donors to provide funds, technical assistance and advocacy, so that marginalized groups can be included more deliberately in their own larger communities.

The St. Paul’s Foundation is also engaged in dialogue and coalition building between secular and religious organizations who share the same values and outcomes for marginalized people, particularly women and LGBT people. For example, inclusive employment opportunities can provide income and resources for the whole community, including AIDS orphans. These initiatives can also expand local health and educational programs and prevent the spread of HIV. By following the principles of St. Paul and working on implementing the Millennium Development Goals, the UNAIDS Declaration and the Declaration of Human Rights, communities have more to gain through dialogue and collaboration than through division and stigmatizing minority communities.


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