James Kornelsen has served as the Public Engagement Coordinator at Canadian Foodgrains Bank since 2008. In this role, he has coordinated visits from international visitors, led learning tours to over 10 countries, and has overseen the production of education and advocacy resources. Before his current role, he served with Mennonite Central Committee in Mozambique for four years together with his partner and family. James is trained as a teacher with previous teaching experience in both middle and high school.
The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund has been connecting Anglicans in Canada to people in need since 1958. It is named for the Primate, the head of the Anglican Church in Canada. Read more about our history, our volunteers and our governance structures here.
The P stands for Primate (the head of the Anglican Church of Canada) but it also stands for our partners in Canada and around the world, people-centred development and for the parish volunteers who engage Canadians with our partners’ work. Programs focus areas include Preventive Health, Food Security, Empowering Women, Indigenous Programs, Humanitarian Response and Accompanying Refugees.
The Fundraising and Supporter Relations team supports a dedicated network of volunteers across Canada through communications, promotional and educational resources and the youth council. We strive to make PWRDF part of the outreach and social justice ministry of every parish.
The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund offices are located on the third floor of Anglican Church House in downtown Toronto. Email: [email protected] Phone: 416-924-9192 Toll Free: at 1-866-308-7973 Mail: 80 Hayden Street, 3rd floor Toronto, Ontario M4Y 3G2 Charitable Number: 8664 34640 RR0001 To reach any of our staff directly please refer to the […]