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CONGRATULATIONS TO GRANT RECIPIENTS

Last week at its November Board Meeting, the AFC Board of Directors awarded over $150,000 in grants and over $40,000 in theological bursaries to parishes and individuals across the country. We are getting ready to announce the recipients of this year's Request-for-Proposals process, so keep watching our blog for the exciting reveal!

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HOPE BEAR AT ACW CONFERENCE

Hope Bear was a special guest at the 2014 National ACW Conference this past September in Saskatoon, SK. Hope Bear came to the conference dressed in style in a knitted sweater set in Saskatchewan colors and matching wheat pattern cotton shorts. Many thanks to all of our ACW supporters across the country who are such wonderful champions for Hope Bear!

Sask. Hope Bears - Sept. 2014(2)


CONGRATULATIONS TO JUDY ROIS

AFC Executive Director Judy Rois has been named one of the Top 100 of Canada's Most Powerful Women by Women's Executive Network. Read more about what inspires Judy in her work at AFC here: https://www.wxnetwork.com/top-100/top-100-winners/#RBC. Congratulations Judy!

JRois Colour


SOLAR PANELS PRESENTATION TO AFC BOARD

The Rev. Mother Sister Elizabeth Ann of the Sisters of Saint John the Divine was a guest presenter at the November meeting of the AFC Board of Directors. She gave a great presentation on the impact of the solar panels that are currently housed on the roof of the SSJD Convent in Toronto, ON, for which AFC contributed a grant in 2013. The AFC Board loved hearing about the great work being done at SSJD, and sent Sr. Elizabeth Ann home with a Hope Bear and chocolate treats as thanks.

Sr Elizabeth Ann at November 2014 meeting


BLESSING AND DEDICATION OF PANHANDLER JESUS

The permanent installation of "Whatsoever You Do" by Tim Schmalz, partially supported by AFC, was blessed and dedicated at St. Stephen-in-the-Fields, Toronto, ON. AFC Board Member Sally Armour Wotton attended the celebration.


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