The Anglican Foundation’s three-year financial support to the St. Thomas Anglican Church Family Giving Centre allowed us to invest more time and effort into fulfilling our mission of providing help to those in need.
AFC has posted a number of testimonials from grant and bursary recipients, board directors, diocesan representative, bishops, and representatives of theological colleges from all across the country. Each of these submissions tell a different story of how the Anglican Foundation’s generosity made an impact on their ministry setting and personal lives, and why these individuals choose to support the Foundation financially, so that others may benefit as they did.
I am proud to be able to do my part in the great work of the Anglican Foundation.
I was so happy Hope Bear would sit in a special place in a rectory, and as the church’s year evolved, the priest would change the stole to suit the seasons.
We are donors to AFC because it helps us to carry out our mission: to be a light in the darkness and to keep our doors open so that all may be made welcome in our home.
It is with much gratitude that Aboriginal Neighbours acknowledges multiple grants that have supported Mentor-Apprentice teaching-learning teams on Vancouver Island—truly a gesture of reconciliation and a gift to future generations.
My time with the Syriac Orthodox Christians in Kerala, India, opened to me the distinctive ways in which life in Christ is lived by people whose faith grows out of Eastern Christian roots.
As a full-time student of Queen’s College in St. John’s, Newfoundland, I greatly appreciated being a bursary recipient since it reduced the financial impact on my family as I studied to earn my degree.
We are donors to the Foundation because we also believe in serving the people of God—to embrace, encourage, and inspire all people seeking to discover and grow their faith in Jesus Christ.
The Anglican Foundation has proven to be adaptable in its support of ministry, and the places from which our ministry comes, so I am happy to donate and encourage individuals and parishes to do so as well!