"Prepared by the Graphics department of the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Canada". -- inside front cover.
"Digital format of this yearbook is available at www.anglicanfoundation.org". -- inside front cover.
"Against the backdrop of this remarkable year on the global front alongside the soaring high-tech panorama, the Anglican Foundation stepped into the currency of YouTube, Facebook, and blogging. ... Our hope is to continue to enhance our web presence and make use of social media more fully. .... Hope Bear took a whimsical journey across Canada, visiting people and projects funded by the Anglican Foundation and described in the colourful 2011 publication of 'The Happy Adventures of Hope Bear' ... New to our membership this year were children and young people as Foundation Friends from coast to coast, who showed no hesitation in donating toonies to begin in the process of creating a 'Kids Helping Kids' Trust Fund with the goal of helping make a difference for kids in Canada". "2011 was also a year of the creation of a Strategic Planning Team with the task of refreshing the Foundation's vision and mission with a view to determining priorities and practices. Part of this task included an all-member survey conducted in the fall, from which we received a 50% response. The survey's results will assist the strategic team in its ongoing mandate, taking great care to move ahead with a relevant and purposeful plan". -- p. 5-6.
Contents: Contents -- A Dream, for Today A Legacy for Tomorrow -- [Photos] -- From the Executive Director : "2011 was a remarkable year" / Judy Rois -- Staff 2011 -- Directors of the Board 2011 -- Individual Memberships 2011 -- Deceased Members -- [Photos] -- Corporate Memberships 2011 -- Projects and Awards 2011 -- Financial Highlights -- [Photos] Membership and Donation Form -- [Photos] -- Gift Planning.
"The Canadian Church Historical Society wishes to thank the organizers of the 2nd Rupert's Land History Conference, especially the Reverends Alyson and Bruce Barnett-Cowan and the Reverend Lydia Constant, for making these papers available. We acknowledge with gratitude the financial support of the Anglican Foundation which made the production of this volume possible. Editorial assistance was provided by the General Synod Archives staff and production was through the Communications Officer with special thanks to Lesley Blanchard". [Text of entire article.]
At head of title: "imagine more". "Imagine the impact AFC [Anglican Foundation of Canada] will have on the Anglican Church at the 2019 gathering of General Synod in Vancouver. AFC will have an unparalleled opportunity to share the Foundation's accomplishments with Anglicans across the country. Front and centre during the proceedings, AFC will be recognized for its supporting role by the Primate Fred Hiltz. Executive Director Judy Rois will have the opportunity to address delegates, raising awareness of the significant impact AFC has made in supporting the mission and ministry of the church. Everyone who attends General Synod will come away with a deeper understanding of AFC's vision and how it is helping parishes, dioceses, and individuals across Canada". [Text of entire article.]
"Bishop Henry Gordon Hill, a former Bishop of Ontario , is setting up an exchange scholarship to be known as the Scholarship of St. Basil the Great, between the Anglican Church of Canada and the Oriental Orthodox Churches and the Assyrian Church of the East". "The Bishop has has a life-long interest in relations between these eastern Churches and the Anglican Communion which have had strong historical links. He hopes the scholarship 'will help us to learn together, to establish friendships and to build bridges'."
Colour photo of episcopal Hope Bear with caption: "Presidents of ACW [Anglican Church Women] groups from all across Canada met for their annual meeting in Calgary, AB in October . AFC's [Anglican Foundation of Canada] Executive Director, Judy Rois, presented Calgary's President with a Cowboy Hope Bear and the Presidents presented a fashion show of Hope Bears. An episcopal bear was given to Calgary's new bishop, Greg Kerr-Wilson, and a primatial bear was given to Fred Hiltz, Primate." [Text of entire article.]
Canon Gordon Baker, Executive Director of the Anglican Foundation, in presenting the following resolution outlined the history of the Trust Fund.
That the NEC of General Synod receive the terms of the Order of the Ontario Court (General Division) dated July 5, 1993 (Court File 8971/93), and concur with the terms of the letter dated September 15, 1993 addressed to the Executive Director of the Anglican Foundation of Canada, from Messrs. J.E. Howell, Secretary, A.A. McMichael, Trustee, and J.L. Brisley, Trustee, and with the proposed Agreement between "The Catholic Apostolic Universal Church Fund" and "The Anglican Foundation of Canada," that a special fund be established, to be known as "The Catholic Apostolic Universal Church Trust Fund," and that it be administered according to the terms of Agreement entered into by the Trustees of "The Catholic Apostolic Church - Universal Church Fund," and the Anglican Foundation of Canada. CARRIED #28-11-93
The Anglican Foundation is separately incorporated from the General Synod. We respond to requests for help in buildings and programs, or through our various trusts (Sacred Arts, Theological Bursaries, Indigenous Ministries and Programs, Anglican-Orthodox Relationships, Research, Preaching, Ecuador, Council of the North)." "Throughout the past year a special commission on the future of the foundation in the 21st century has met and prepared a report. The future direction of the foundation is continuing to develop, as its vital contribution to the mission of the Anglican Church of Canada".