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To Order PWRDF Resources

By email with your name, parish name, complete order, full mailing address, telephone number and parish code.  Please indicate if this is your home mailing address or the church address.  Please allow a minimum of 2 weeks for shipping. Download the 2016 Resources Order Form

 

 

NEW: Super Friends 5!

Super Friends 5 coverFred Says: There is enough food for everyone-and Super Friends can help.

Super Friends 5! provides more learning opportunities through the 5 A’s of Food Security.  This resource will introduce 7-9 year olds, and others too, to issues that impact our everyday lives in Canada and internationally.  How can kids help? Find out by ordering Super Friends 5!  For all of the children in your life and your parish.  Fred Says!

Read Super Friends 5!

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Sharing Bread (Two) – Leader’s GuideSharing Bread Two cover

Learn more about issues of food security through Sharing Bread (Two).  This educational resource equips participants to address issues of food security in their parishes and communities at events, parish/diocesan gatherings and educational sessions.  Sharing Bread (Two) can be used as a whole or as a single session.

Cost: Free

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sharing-bread-web-coverSharing Bread – Leader’s Guide

Sharing Bread is a resource developed based on the educational work done by PWRDF staff with a group at the Sorrento Centre in 2014.  This program explores issues of food security in conjunction with PWRDF’s Fred Says campaign.  Use the entire resource as a multi-week study, or use pieces of it at events, parish or diocesan gatherings or education events.

Cost: Free

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Just Food- Leader’s GuideJust Food cover

This resource is designed to support your work for food justice as well as PWRDF’s ongoing support for global and Indigenous partners.  Create an interactive, fun, challenging space for youth to explore questions about food and justice.  Designed for people who work with youth but can be used intergenerationally.

Cost: Free

Download Just Food.  (3Mb, 76 pages)

Children’s Resource: Super Friends 4! 5 A’s of Food Security

Super Friends 4 coverSuper Friends return and bring more learning opportunities through the 5 A’s of Food Security.  This resource will introduce 7-9 year olds, and others too, to issues that impact our everyday lives.  How can kids help? Find out by ordering Super Friends 4!  For all of the children in your life and your parish.  Fred Says!

Read Super Friends 4 online.

Download Super Friends 4. (1.7Mb)

Cost: Free

Living Justice: Life Giving Water

Living Justice: Life Giving Waters coverThis educational resource was designed by PWRDF Youth Council members to complement the current National Youth Project “Right to Water” of Anglican and Lutheran youth across Canada. Life Giving Waters equips participants to address the issue of water in Indigenous communities in Canada in their parishes and communities at events, parish/diocesan gatherings and educational sessions. It has six sessions and can be used as a whole or as a single session. This resource was designed for people who work with youth but can be used intergenerationally.

Download (Reader-spread version)(3Mb)

Download (Single page version) (2Mb)

Good Soil Campaign

Good Soil Campaign postcardTogether with other members of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, PWRDF is participating in the Good Soil Campaign.  Canadians are encouraged to send postcards to the Prime Minister to advocate that the Canadian government increase its support for small-scale agriculture in Canada’s international aid programs.  To learn more about the campaign and to order postcards for your parish or event, please click here.

Hunger is Not a Game Leader’s GuideHunger-is-not-a-game

Most young people know about The Hunger Games.  They’ve read the books, seen the movies and may have even taken online quizzes to find out which character they are.  This intergenerational resource encourages people to watch The Hunger Games together and reflect on the messages that the movie contains about food.  The resource is divided into six sessions.  In each session you will watch a scene from the movie, have a discussion, participate in an activity, and learn about PWRDF and the work partners are doing around food.

Download   Hunger is not a Game.

Presentations

PWRDF produces PowerPoint presentations that are available for download and use in parishes or at other events to promote its work.

Introducing PWRDF

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund is a complex organization with over 50 years of history.  PWRDF staff and volunteers are often challenged to describe the work of the organization in one or two sentences. The Public Engagement team at PWRDF has created a PowerPoint presentation to help PWRDF’s supporters to share the good work of the organization. Share it in your parish, diocesan event, youth group, or anywhere else it would be helpful. For more information about this resource, please contact Suzanne Rumsey,  Public Engagement Coordinator, or Christine Hills, Public Engagement Program Officer.

Download the presentation (8.36Mb)

 What is PWRDF?

What is PWRDF PowerPoint coverThis PowerPoint introduces the breadth of PWRDF’s work in 21 slides (including the cover).  It is designed to be used as a 5-10 minute introduction to PWRDF through pictures and brief stories for parish presentations, coffee hours, etc.

Download the presentation (10.6Mb)

Welcoming the Stranger

This presecover slide for Welcoming the Stranger Powerpointntation helps people to understand the process of refugee sponsorship in Canada.  With thanks to  the Rev. Bill Mous and Debra Fieguth for editing and Elizabeth Walton who compiled the original presentation.

Download the presentation (9Mb)

 

Typhoon Haiyan Response

Typhoon Haiyan Powerpoint coverThe Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund has been working in relief and reconstruction with a variety of partners in the Philippines since Typhoon Haiyan devastated the region on November 8, 2013.  This powerpoint covers PWRDF’s work in the first year of relief and reconstruction work.

Download the presentation (4Mb)

Disaster Response

This presentation introduces the four stages of disaster response: relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction, and sustainable development with examples from PWRDF’s work in the last several years including the 2004 tsunami, Haiti earthquake, Pakistan flooding, and Japan earthquake.

Download the presentation (12Mb)