The mission of the ACPE Foundation is to secure funding that supports the mission and promotes innovative developments of the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education, Inc (ACPE). The foundation is responsible for development of financial resources, management of the endowment and safeguarding of ACPE assets.
ACPE Celebrates Black History Month: A Conversation with ACPE REM Leaders & Elders
Feb 27, 2023
This month, ACPE Anti-Bias Work Group members had a unique opportunity to sit down with leaders and elders of ACPE’s Racial, Ethnic & Multicultural (REM) Network. Recognizing that the Anti Bias Work Group’s charge stems from the decades-long work of REM to champion diversity, equity, and inclusion within ACPE, this conversation provided a rich opportunity to learn more about “how” and “why” the REM movement came into existence.
This Work Matters
Dec 19, 2022
As we approach the final days of 2022, I want to express a big “THANK YOU” to all our donors, supporters, and friends for your incredible generosity of time, talent and treasure this year. It has been my honor to serve as the Foundation for ACPE’s Board Chair these past two years, and I am grateful for all that we have learned and accomplished.
New Funding Opportunities Available to Advance ACPE Justice, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Sep 26, 2022
The 2022 ACPE Foundation Grants Cycle is now open! The ACPE Foundation is excited to announce our expanded grants program to support initiatives that advance justice, diversity, equity and inclusion within ACPE.
Your Gifts at Work: Bilingual Internship CPE Unit - A project of Templo Cristiano Central, led by ACPE Certified Educator Silvia Tiznado-Smith
Aug 22, 2022
Through the generous support of our donors, the Foundation for ACPE awarded a $15,000 Innovative Program Award to support a Bilingual ACPE Certified Educator and the fees for the students who are accepted into the bilingual internship CPE unit at Templo Cristiano Central.
A Seismic Shift
Jul 22, 2022
Whenever the earth shakes under our feet, we Californians hope it’s not the beginning of the “big one.” In the past two years, we all have experienced a seismic shift in our social and personal lives: the pandemic has led to the loss of many lives, caused much grief, unveiled social inequality and racism, and contributed to increased mental health challenges like depression, anxiety, and loneliness.