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2016 RFP Grant Recipients

The Anglican Foundation is excited to announce the recipients of the 2016 Request-for-Proposals grants. AFC requested proposals that address the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada Calls to Action. An award of $10,000 was given to four proposals.

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Foundation Update – December 2016

A cup of good cheer to you all! In 2016 Canadian Anglicans gave $1/2 million to support amazing ministry across the country. AFC offers special thanks to the dioceses that have chosen to make an annual donation for each of their parishes.

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New Christmas Placemats

Just in time for the holiday season, AFC has released a limited-edition placemat for Christmas. Perfect for parish brunches and community events. The reverse side

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Call for Entry

(in)finite: A juried exhibition inviting submissions of artwork of a spiritual nature from artists working predominantly in textile and fibre media, including perspectives from First Nations artists and a range of faith traditions. Exhibition Dates: May 25 to June 4, 2017.

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Foundation Update – October 2016

Donations and memberships from Canadian Anglicans make is possible to support these divers ministries in Canada. St. George’s Anglican Church, London, ON. South Alberta Light Horse Regiment, Holy Trinity, Edmonton, AB. Musical Friends, St. Stephen’s Chester, NS.

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Foundation Update – August 2016

Read below for the latest news and updates from AFC. Here’s how your donations are making a significant impact across the country. AMAZING! Youth Mission Trip, Church of the Redeemer, Toronto. St James’ Church, Parish of Vaudreuil, Hudson, QC. Common Good Justice Camp, Diocese of Niagara.

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Foundation Update – June 2016

Your generous gifts to AFC have made it possible to support amazing ministry initiatives across Canada during the rst half of 2016 in the amount of $1/4 million! When you give a gift to AFC, you can be assured of an immediate impact for people and parishes.

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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.

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