Amazing changes are happening around the world thanks to the active response of Presbyterians in Canada. Hungry people have food to eat, children have the chance to go to school, mothers and babies are receiving vital health care and marginalized people are learning the skills they need to start businesses and escape cycles of poverty. We do this together.

Check out the many ways individuals and congregations can get involved with the work of PWS&D!

Advocates

Do you want to engage others and share the work of PWS&D? Become an advocate and encourage your congregation and presbytery to get involved.

Fundraise for PWS&D

Fundraise for PWS&D

In order to support sustainable development programs around the world, we need your support right here at home. Learn how you can organize a fundraiser with the proceeds supporting PWS&D.

Presbyterians in Action

From penny drives to large-scale fundraising events, learn how Presbyterians across Canada are making a difference. There are some great ideas here for your own campaign.

Take the Advent Challenge

Each week of Advent, share the hope, peace, joy and love of Christ’s birth with those in need — at home and around the world.

 

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Lace up your running shoes and participate in your local marathon or make a pledge to support someone running. Team PWS&D needs you!

 

Growing Project

Growing and Community Projects

Community growing projects are a unique way for people, urban and rural alike, to contribute grain and other agricultural commodities to help people who are hungry around the world.

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Don’t miss out on recent news and updates from PWS&D. Sign up to receive PWS&D’s e-newsletter, Mission Moments and quarterly print newsletter, PWSDevelopments.

Request a PWS&D Speaker

PWS&D has speakers available to share the work of PWS&D with your congregation, presbytery, youth group or WMS group.


overseas opportunitiesMission Trips and Overseas Opportunities

Learn about international development, hunger and justice issues by visiting projects overseas.