The Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) is pleased to announce an extraordinary matching gift in support of Say Yes! to Kids. All donations to Say Yes! to Kids, up to $25,000, will be matched, dollar-for-dollar. The matching gift has been made in memory of the brothers of the donors, the Rev. Canon Christopher Carr, of the Diocese of Ontario, and the Rev. Canon John Erb who served as Executive Director of AFC from 1997-2005.
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AFC grant recipients inspire audiences with uplifting Canada-wide journey! On Wednesday, May 19, Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) Members and Board Directors were treated to the premiere of AFC’s 2020 Annual Report video. “Even without the red carpet or the popcorn there was a buzz on the ZOOM,” says The Rev. Canon Dr. Judy Rois, Executive Director.
The Diocese of Fredericton has joined forces with the Anglican Foundation of Canada’s (AFC) Say Yes! to Kids campaign for a diocesan-wide Epic Family Games night and fundraiser on June 4 to benefit ministry and outreach to children and families across the Diocese of Fredericton.
The Diocesan Environment Network (DEN) of Nova Scotia & PEI has joined forces with the Anglican Foundation of Canada (AFC) for a community cleanup and fundraiser from May 23 to June 13 for Say Yes! to Kids—AFC’s new campaign, and funding stream, to support children, youth, and young adults in Canada.
The Anglican Foundation of Canada is pleased to announce a $4,500 leadership gift from Burgundy Asset Management, Ltd., Toronto, for the Say Yes! to Kids campaign. Burgundy Asset Management has a history of community support. “Giving back to our communities is an important part of our corporate culture.”
The Anglican Foundation of Canada’s Say Yes! to Kids campaign received a $1,500 boost this week thanks to the women of Nova Scotia & PEI: $1,000 from the Anglican Church Women Diocesan Board, and $500 from the St. Catherine’s Group of the Cathedral Church of All Saints, Halifax.
Considering that generosity implies giving oneself and one’s resources, with no expectation of anything in return, I would say that is the very foundation Canuck Place Children’s Hospice. Our holistic and specialized services in pediatric palliative care are available at no cost or expectation of anything in return.
Georgina’s Place is an outreach ministry of St. Andrew’s Anglican Church. According to The Rev. Francis Delaplain, priest-in-charge, it is a great venue for low-cost shopping, a helpful second home for pre-loved goods, and a powerful source of community support for paying-it-forward to those in need.