Presbyterian World Service & Development

Presbyterian World Service & Development and the Foodgrains Bank

Presbyterian World Service & Development (PWS&D) is the development and relief agency of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. PWS&D has an account at the Foodgrains Bank that they draw from to provide food assistance during emergencies around the world and to fund programs that support families and communities in their efforts to access more and better food in the long term.

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Get to know PWS&D

Together, our 15 members represent nearly 30 Christian denominations made up of over 12,000 individual congregations across Canada. Together, we’re working towards a world without hunger.

On August 25, 2022, Foodgrains Bank executive director Andy Harrington and Presbyterian World Service & Development executive director Guy Smagghe spoke about the work of PWS&D.

Working together to end global hunger

In 2021-22, through their membership with the Foodgrains Bank, PWS&D supported:

0 projects
around the world.
0 million
dollars of food-related assistance.
Projects in
0 countries
to help end hunger.

See where PWS&D and the Foodgrains Bank are working around the world