The Women of Saint Michael has funded $395,000 to 67 charities. These recipients represent local agencies fighting poverty and Episcopal charities doing good work locally, nationally and internationally. Below are the 2018 recipients:

 2ndSaturday CDC
Aberg Center for Literacy
Achieve
Association for Independent Living
AIDS Interfaith Network
AIDS Services of Dallas
Alley’s House
Attitudes & Attire
Austin Street Center
AVANCE
Brighter Tomorrows
Brother Bill’s Helping Hand
Bryan’s House
CitySquare
Cornerstone Crossroads Academy
Creativity for Peace
Crossroads Community Services
Dallas CASA
Dallas Christian Women’s Job Corps
Dallas Furniture Bank
Dwell With Dignity
East Dallas Community Organization
Exodus Ministries
Family Compass
Gateway of Grace
Genesis Women’s Shelter
Girls Inc.
Heart House
Honduras Threads
Hope Supply Co.
Housing Crisis Center
Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, Inc.
Interfaith Family Services
Irving Cares
Jonathan’s Place
Jubilee Park & Community Center
La Bajada Urban Youth Farm
Legacy Counseling Center
LIFT
Literacy Achieves
Mosaic Family Services
Network of Community Ministries
New Friends New Life
North Dallas Shared Ministries
North Texas Food Bank
One Man’s Treasure
Our Friends Place
OurCalling
Promise House
Rainbow Days
Restored Hope Ministries
Services of Hope
Shared Housing Center
SMAA Austin Street Cooks
 SMAA Tela, Honduras Mission Trip
St. Philip’s School & Community Center
The Family Place
The Senior Source
The Well Community
Turtle Creek Manor
Under 1 Roof
Visiting Nurses Association
Wesley-Rankin Community Center
White Rock Center of Hope
Wilkinson Center
Youth Believing in Change
Youth With Faces