My Cup Runneth Over

Each day, as donations in support of Episcopal Relief & Development roll in and I prepare to walk the Camino de Santiago, I am more moved by your unbounded support than I can possibly express.

Late last week, just as we were closing in on the new goal of $50,000, friends stepped up and increased the match by another $25,000 to $75,000!  

If I meet this match (and complete the walk!) we will have together raised $150,000 to support Episcopal Relief & Development’s work with children.

As King David writes in the 5th verse of the 23rd Psalm: “my cup runneth over.”

Thank you, thank you, thank you!
(If you’d like to hear a beautiful musical rendition of the 23rd Psalm, click here.)

Thank you to everyone who has generously supported my walk with a gift to Episcopal Relief & Development.  If you haven’t yet done so and would like to make a donation, you can do so by clicking “Support my Journey!”

Progress bar depicting fundraising progress (49,049/75,000)

Published by Rob Radtke

President & CEO, Episcopal Relief & Development, husband, father, friend, traveler, reader, New Yorker.

4 thoughts on “My Cup Runneth Over

  1. Good luck, Rob! Giving is the easy part – walking the Camino is tough – Our thoughts and prayers are with you every step of the way! Hugs, Diane and Christie


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