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Looking Ahead to the Next Ten Years

By Canon William E. Deiss ARDF is a small but growing organization, and I believe we are poised to make a huge impact over the next ten years. When I think about what is in store for ARDF and our faithful partners, two words come to mind: opportunity and momentum.  Opportunity: As Anglicans, we have […]

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Stories of Redemption: 2014 Project Impacts

In a time of strife, what are we thankful for? As Thanksgiving approaches, we recall all that God has done through His Church this year. War. Famine. Disease. For many of us, the story of 2014 has been one of brokenness and desperate need. But ARDF donors are helping to tell a parallel story of God’s […]

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Thoughts from the Executive Director – October 2014

Dear Friends, This has been a year fraught with strife, war, and sickness that have displaced millions from their homes, neighborhoods and countries. In numerous places around the Anglican Communion, the last twelve months have been just plain dangerous and sometimes even disastrous for our brothers and sisters. ARDF has heard many awful stories from […]

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Anglicans in New England Kayak for clean water  

On September 6th, a group of 20 Anglicans from Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church in Danvers, MA held their second annual “Take to the seas for the South Sudanese” fundraising and awareness event on behalf of ARDF. The family friendly outing took place on the beautiful waters of Beverly Harbor and the Atlantic Ocean at […]

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Impact Report: How Your Generosity is Helping Christians in Iraq

Last month, ARDF issued an appeal on behalf of Christians suffering displacement and persecution in Iraq—the response was overwhelming. To date, we have raised over $70,000 for urgent relief thanks to the incredible generosity of Anglicans here in North America. Our Impact: These urgently needed relief funds are already making a huge difference for our brothers […]