Building an interfaith climate movement doesn't happen without the generous support of our individual and congregational donors. How does your faith call you to act in this critical moment in human history?
Thank you to all who have already donated this year! Together we are building the Interfaith Climate Movement!
Monthly Individual Donors
Kirsten Anderson, Kay Anderson, Fred Bertschinger Jr., Mark Bohnhorst, Gretchen Buechler, Philip Bush, Jean Chagnon, Carole Chalmers, Julie Close, Rebecca Cramer, Devon Cupery, Andrew Davis, Chuck Dayton, John Dunlop, Rita Erickson, Molly Frost, Elizabeth Frost, William Forsyth, Julie Gottesleben, Melanie Grune, Thomas Harries, Stuart Henry, C. John Hildebrand, Ruhel Islam, Christopher Johnson, Bruce Johnson, Cynthia Jung, Larry Kraft, Diane Krueger, Sarah Lawton, Michael Miles, Julia Nerbonne, Megan O'Hara, Dennis Ormseth, Courtney Overby, Bret Pence, Gwin Pratt, Barb Proost, Dan Quillin, Katheryn Schneider, Beth Tamminen, Dennis Thompson, Cathy Velasquez Eberhart, Wallace Wadd, Rev Dwight Wagenius, Kevin Whelan, Emily Wright, Lorna Young
Foundation, Government, and Organization Donors
All Energy Solar, BlueCross BlueShield Minnesota Center for Prevention, Bush Foundation, Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation, Energy Foundation, Gandhi Mahal Restaurant, Hennepin County Green Partners Environmental Education Program, InFaith Community Foundation, Lake Street Council, Lenfestey Family Foundation, Inc., Liberty Diversified International, Linden Hills Co-Op, Metro CERT 2016 Seed Grant, Minnesota Community Foundation, Nandale Foundation, Northeast CERT 2016 Seed Grant, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, The McKnight Foundation, The Minneapolis Foundation, The Regeneration Project Challenge Grant, Skoll Global Threats Fund, Sierra Club, and St Luke Presbyterian Church Foundation
Sustaining congregations help to make the great work of MNIPL possible. We want to build a network of resources and support for congregations to be inspired by and to connect with what others are doing in their faith communities. Through yearly financial contributions of $500-$5,000, sustaining congregations ensure our Be the Spark, Climate Conversations, and Youth Be the Spark programs will empower leaders and strengthen the interfaith climate movement statewide. We would love to have your support in addition to the burgeoning group of sustaining congregations already taking action.
2017 Sustaining Congregations
Our sustaining congregations are leading the interfaith climate movement! Click on any linked congregation below to see what they've been creating.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Edina Community Lutheran Church, Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion, Faith United Methodist Church, First Congregational Church of Minnesota, UCC, First Lutheran Church of St. Peter, First Universalist Church of Minneapolis, Guardian Angels Church, Hamline United Methodist Church, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Mayflower Church, Minneapolis Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends, Minnetonka United Methodist Church, Mount Olive Lutheran Church, New Life Presbyterian Church, Pilgrim Congregational Church, Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Prospect Park United Methodist Church, Robbinsdale UCC, Shir Tikvah, St Luke Presbyterian Church, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, St. Peder's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Union Congregational UCC, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Duluth, Unity Church - Unitarian of St. Paul
Become a Sustaining Congregation!
Interested in your community becoming a Sustaining Congregation? For more information, contact our Outreach Manager at [email protected]