The Anglican Foundation of Canada seeks to provide abundant resources for innovative ministries, Anglican presence, and diverse infrastructure projects across the Canadian Church.


  • Foundation Update – April 2016
  • 2016 Request for Proposals
  • Anniversary Choral Composition Competition
  • AFC 60th Anniversary Book
  • Send us your Hope Bear photos!

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Visit to the Homework Club

Fred Hiltz, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada and Chair of the Anglican Foundation of Canada, visits with children of immigrant families who come every week day to St. Simon-the-Apostle Church to do their homework, enjoy a nutritious snack, play and have fun with kids their age. Every day, volunteers help up to 25 kids overcome the academic obstacles of language and cultural differences.

The donations of generous Canadian Anglicans made it possible to renovate the kitchen, buy new laptop computers and partner with ecumenical groups to keep the homework club afloat so that children in the St. Jamestown neighbourhood can play and learn in a safe and supportive environment.


Sacred Arts Exhibit in Vancouver

As part of the 60th Anniversary Celebrations taking place in May 2017, the Anglican Foundation will be sponsoring an exhibit of sacred art at Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver, BC.

(in)finite: Exploring the finite limitations of humanity and the ineffable, infinite nature of the Divine.

This juried exhibition will invite submissions from artists working predominantly in textile and fibre media, including perspectives from First Nations artists and a range of faith traditions. The Call for Entry will follow.
Sacred Arts images
Artist: Thomas Roach
Photographer: Martin Knowles

2016 Annual General Meeting in St. John's

AFC's Annual General Meeting will be held in St. John's, NL this May. Join us!


Read below for the latest news and updates from AFC.AF_APRIL2016 update

Announcing the Theme for the 2016 RFP

Each year the Anglican Foundation of Canada sets aside $50,000 to encourage and fund innovative projects through a Request-For-Proposals process. In 2016 the AFC is requesting proposals that address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Calls to Action.

Proposals must be a new project to be launched in 2017, clearly addressing at least one of the TRC Calls to Action, and involving Indigenous people in project development, planning, and implementation.

Five one-time grants of up to $10,000 each are available.
Submission deadline is September 1, 2016.

For more information and to download the submission form, click here.
Bentwood 2-1
Photo © Adam Dolman, University of Manitoba
Carved by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston, the TRC Bentwood Box is a lasting tribute to all Indian Residential School Survivors.

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