At Queen’s College I witnessed the tremendous impact AFC bursaries had on students’ financial well-being.
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.
Several key initiatives of our Indigenous Studies Centre would not have been possible without the life-changing contributions of the Foundation to that work.
Wycliffe College is pleased to support the Anglican Foundation of Canada and to be part of its mission to promote the great richness of Anglican tradition and ministry across our country.
Each year, our students enthusiastically fundraise and donate to the Anglican Foundation of Canada. They do this as a sign of gratitude for the AFC’s student bursaries and as a gesture of their connection with other Anglicans.
Through the generosity of the Anglican Foundation, we have been able to adapt some of our Anglican courses into a retreat format to provide an intensive educational and formational experience.
The Anglican Foundation has provided and will continue to provide hope.
I am a donor because I believe in the good work of the Foundation throughout our country, including the Hope Bear initiative which helps so many children.
I’m a proud member of AFC, serving as a Diocesan Representative for the Foundation, because of the generosity it shows to essential ministries in financially challenged areas and new innovative ministries across Canada.
In the Diocese of Edmonton, we have always supported the Anglican Foundation and have called on it occasionally for building projects over the years.