Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF)


Learn more about us here.

The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted rapid restrictions around the world. Many of us might turn to our churches for hope and comfort amid the chaos, but worship services have either been modified or in many dioceses, cancelled altogether. We pray that your church is still a source of comfort to you and your parish during this stressful time. We are grateful by the many churches that have found ways to share encouragement and even hold services online and record them too.

We are grateful for the continued support of our donors. The communities we serve depend on your donations to support them. As the world responds to this pandemic, vulnerable communities that do not have access to quality health care will be even harder hit. If your church is not available to receive your offerings for PWRDF right now, please consider giving to our general funds by donating online or becoming a monthly donor.

As friends and family are taking care to “physically distance” themselves or self-isolate after travel, we are grateful to be able to continue working together towards a just, healthy and peaceful world.

Christmas Cards are Here!


To get purchase them, please connect with our
PWRDF Rep, Susan Robertson

This year’s Christmas cards feature two unique designs. These beautiful Christmas cards contain the message “Christmas Peace” in Oji-Cree, Inuktituk and the five official languages of the Lambeth Conference of the worldwide Anglican Communion: English, French, Japanese, Spanish and Kiswahili.

These cards support the work of PWRDF. Through your prayers, actions and gifts, PWRDF has supported partners in Canada and around the world for more than 60 years, making a world of difference.

Thank you to Laura James from BX200 for allowing us to use her beautiful illustration, and to Saskia Rowley for designing the logo-inspired card.

The cards come in packs of 12 and a minimum donation of $25 per pack is recommended. Tax Receipts will be included issued at the beginning of 2023.