Magazine article Anglican Journal

Journal's 2015 Appeal Most Successful since 2008

Magazine article Anglican Journal

Journal's 2015 Appeal Most Successful since 2008

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Readers' donations to the Anglican Journal last year were the highest since 2008.

Unaudited figures show that the Anglican Journal Appeal, the newspaper's annual donation campaign, raised $517,449 in 2015, says Beverley Murphy, senior manager of communications and information resources, and business manager of the Anglican Journal.

The Journal's 140th anniversary played a part, Murphy says, noting that many donors gave $140 to celebrate the newspaper's birthday. Another factor, she says, could be that more diocesan papers last year participated in the appeal by including half-page messages from their editors.

Journal editor Marites Sison says the positive results reflect "the trust and support that our readers have for the unique role that the Journal plays in terms of providing stories that shed light on issues, and keeping them informed and engaged about their church across Canada and the Anglican Communion worldwide." The Journal, she notes, also offers Anglicans "a platform for open and meaningful conversations about faith, social issues and everyday life. …

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