"The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF), the relief and development agency started by the Anglican Church of Canada, launched a new logo and website September 25  as it prepared to commemorate the 60th year of its founding. The new logo includes an icon -- or graphic element -- to accompany PWRDF's name, says PWRDF communications co-ordinator Janice Biehn. The old icon, which showed black human figures holding up a globe, has been replaced with a multicoloured design suggestive of stained glass. PWRDF's website now features a white background to make it more accessible to the visually impaired, Biehn says. A number of improvements have also been made to the site's structure. For example, the 'World of Gifts' section of the site, which allows donors to specify what they would like their donated money to be spent on, offers users a more seamless experience similar to what they might be accustomed to when shopping online, she says. PWRDF marked its 60th anniversary with a gala dinner at its national gathering in Toronto September 28 , featuring the screening of a mini-documentary about at mother and daughter who have both been long-time PWRDF volunteers. The organization also released a book in digital form with 60 stories of PWRDF's work over the years, as well as three retractable banners describing its work".