The Anglican Relief and Development Fund

Ambridge, PA

Founded: 2007

Tel: (724) 251-6045


Top LeaderMr. William E. Deiss

Donor Contact: Ms. Flora Galbraith

Member Since: September 7, 2010

Financial Data

   Cash Donations $1,582,479
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $16,242
   Total Revenue $1,598,721
   Total Expenses $1,759,407
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
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Total Assets $866,106
Total Liabilities $7,181
Net Assets $858,925
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The Anglican Relief and Development Fund was created to be the strong hands of Christ reaching out in solidarity with Anglicans all over the world. ARDF encourages families and communities with practical help and solid solutions of a living Gospel that feeds body, soul, and spirit so that all may live the abundant life and seek eternal life in Jesus Christ. ARDF supports researched development projects with local implementers, with measureable results, and with sustainable life change utilizing a holistic approach changing lives not only physically but also spiritually.

ARDF is partnering with Bishop Clark Lowenfield of the Anglican Diocese of the Western Gulf Coast. Based in Houston, Bishop Clark will be coordinating the relief effort among churches in the region. Currently, everyone is just hunkering down. But once the weather has passed, they will make an assessment of the ACNA communities in the flooded areas and begin to distribute the aid we are receiving now. There will also be volunteer opportunities to go and serve.
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