The Anglican Foundation administers approximately forty trusts and funds. Some have advisory committees that review applications and make recommendations to the Board of Directors for funding. The Anglican Foundation accepts donations directed toward any of the following trusts.
The Anglican Foundation of Canada provides bursaries for theological education through a number of trusts and funds. Bursary applicants fall into three main categories:
- General theological – training for ordained or lay ministry in the Anglican Church of Canada at a recognized theological college
- Advanced degree – advanced theological study at the post-graduate level with a view to contributing to the life and ministry of the Anglican Church of Canada
- Doctor of Ministry – clergy who are in good standing in the Anglican Church of Canada (minimum of five years of pastoral experience) who are pursuing the Doctor of Ministry degree at a recognized theological college
To encourage, promote, develop, and enrich sacred music in the Anglican Church of Canada.
To provide bursaries for theological education and funding for social and educational programs in Aboriginal communities.
To fund courses, seminars, and workshops in pastoral care and preaching for clergy in the Diocese of Toronto.
To encourage the creation and study of innovative worship and drama, liturgical dance, performing arts, music, and visual arts.
To facilitate exchanges between members of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Oriental Orthodox Churches, and the Assyrian Church of the East.
To provide financial support for the office of the Anglican Bishop Ordinary of the Canadian Defence Forces.