Bino Makhalanyane – Presidentof Provincial Youth Council (PYC)
TonyLawrence – Provincial Youth Coordinator
Revd. Calvin Frans – Provincial Youth Chaplain
Good day Sir
we at the Parish of All Saints Hopefield in the Diocese of Saldanha Bay youth group would like to know, do we automatically fall under you (AYSA)like your status says that if you are and baptised member of the Anglican Church you speak for all of us… what I would like to know is can we as youth group use your LOGO in our church to represent us as youth group? and can we also buy some of the accessories by you with the logo to be seen as youth group in our Parish or should we design our own logo?
I would love to hear from you, as we would love to purchase some of the items, as we will be attending the Anglican Ablaze in October.
May The Lord God Bless you.
Sincere apologies for only responding now.
AYSA is the umbrella body of children and youth (ages 0 to 35 years) in the Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA). You are part of this ‘movement’ by baptism. You are welcome to use the logo (without amendment or tampering) as a sign of your inclusion in the broader youth of the Anglican Church. However, if you are using it on items that you intend to resell at a profit, then we would request you share a portion of your profit with the Provincial Youth Council who are the administrators of Anglican Youth in Southern Africa (AYSA).
Our shop currently has some badges, keyrings and caps for sale. Please email Thabisa on email@example.com for more information. You can also access our shop via our web site at http://www.aysa.org.za.
Provincial Youth Coordinator.
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