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Welcome to the Montreal Unit of PWRDF Primate's World Relief & Development Fund 

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They made it!
Congratulations on a job well done to all of you at PWRDF Montreal
They reached their $10,000 goal at the PWRDF/MUHC Maternal Health Symposium and thanks to a generous matching-donor, this amount will be doubled!!!!

Water Walk

Our Diocesan Water Walk project to support clean drinking water for Pikangikum was featured in the PWRDF’s quarterly newsletter, Under the Sun! (Scroll down to see some pictures from the Water Walk)

…Fundraising Success!!


On Sunday, march 11th 2018 we (St. Stephen's Church, Lachine) held our PWRDF Fundraising lunch of soup and sandwiches. Our Rector's  warden made two kinds of soup: chicken noodle and Scotch broth. Others made sandwiches, cookies, and cake. We raised $376 for the Pikangikum Water Project which we'll mail to Toronto this week. 23 people participated.  


Submitted by Shirley Smith, St Stephen's Anglican Church, Lachine

Photo kindness of Mary Pickup 


About Us...

PWRDF is active in approximately 30 countries, with partners drawn from Anglican churches, ecumenical organizations, and community-based groups. PWRDF supports people-centred development that improves the quality of daily life for vulnerable populations, promotes self-reliance, and addresses root causes of poverty and injustice.

Our work is bound together in three strategic themes:

  • Weaving a Culture of Peace with Justice

  • Building a Moral Economy and

  • Accompanying Communities in Crisis.

PWRDF strives to be a part of the outreach ministry of every Canadian Anglican parish and an expression for all Anglicans of their baptismal covenant to strive for justice and peace and to respect the dignity of every human being.

The national PWRDF has additional materials and information available here

The Montreal Unit of the Primate’s World Relief & Development Fund

We serve as an educational resource to parishes by holding monthly information meetings (see below), publishing a quarterly newsletter and assisting parish representatives in educating their parishes about PWRDF. Have questions or interested in becoming involved? Write the Chairperson, Ann Cumyn at acumyn@sympatico.ca or Roslyn Macgregor roslyn.macgregor@gmail.com. The committee is looking for new members to join the team.

Would you like to get involved? Meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of the month, Sept – June at noon in Fulford Hall at Cathedral Place, 1444 Union, Montreal, unless otherwise noted.

Looking for some great ideas to bring awareness of the important PWRDF initiatives to children's / youth ministry programs? CLICK HERE 

Here are some images from the Water Walk. Thanks to Janet Best for capturing these photos!