Super Friends 8!
Super Friends return with stories, prayers and fun opportunities for 7- to 9-year-olds to learn about PWRDF. How can kids help? Find out in Super Friends.
Super Friends 7!
PWRDF Super Friends are back with more stories and more learning about Super Friends around the world! Super Friends 7! will introduce 7- to 9-year-olds, and others, to issues that impact our everyday lives. How can kids help? Find out by ordering Super Friends 7! For all of the children in your parish, in your community and in your life.
Super Friends 2 through 5
This resource for children teaches the Christmas story through the animals that help contributed to the lives of our partners in our All Mothers and Children Count program, many of which are available in our World of Gifts guide. Cows, goats, sheep, even guinea fowl all play a role in this resource. Children will learn about the importance of PWRDF’s livestock program to food security in Mozambique, Tanzania and Rwanda. This resource can be used in Sunday Schools, Youth Groups or at home, in whole or in part. Includes stories, candle lighting prayers, activities and crafts. Flip through the resource above, and download by clicking the download arrow in the top left corner of the box or download the Advent Lives PDF
The Youth Council has created Making a Difference, a devotional to encourage young people across Canada to learn more about PWRDF through prayer and reflection and other activities.
Download this version to read in spread format.
Just Food- Leader’s Guide
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 to a maximum of 2 copies per parish, per year (see order form)
Hunger is Not a Game Leader’s Guide
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.