Welcome to PWRDF’s 2019 World of Gifts. The items in this guide have been selected based on the needs of people participating in the many programs supported by PWRDF. Whether it be clean water, climate adaptation and food security, health or Indigenous programs, your gift is an opportunity to make a world of difference.
- Growing in Giving – top ten truths November 19, 2019
- 2019 Christmas Angels are here! November 15, 2019
- Mothers’ Union – 120 Years of Faith in Action – HOPE November 11, 2019
- Growing in Giving – Principles of giving – a biblical quiz November 5, 2019
- Letter of Appreciation from Eden S.D.A. High School in Belize November 5, 2019
- 2019 PWRDF World of Gifts November 5, 2019
11 hours ago
St. Paul's United Church (corner of York St. and George St.) has issued an urgent and immediate call for volunteers to help at its overnight warming space for homeless people, which will fill a gap in services until the planned, new, out-of-the-cold shelter is up and running. Volunteers would need to stay overnight in the church from 8 p.m. until 7 a.m., working in a team of three or four people, one of whom would be an employee of the John Howard Society or the provincial Department of Social Development. Currently, the warming space is averaging seven guests nightly, but the demand is predicted to increase sharply as the cold weather worsens. People willing and able to serve in this ministry to vulnerable people are asked to contact Shelby at 467-6034 with their name, phone number and email address. ... See MoreSee Less
16 hours ago
We want to thank the people who are stepping forward to join cathedral teams for Saturday afternoon shifts at the community kitchen in 2020.
Three more volunteers are still needed to complete our roster. If you can help, please contact verger Jason Parsons who is the co-ordinator (jayparsons at rogers.com). ... See MoreSee Less