Without the generous financial support of our primary donors, Mennonite Creation Care Network would not exist.
Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College, Wolf Lake, Ind., is an 1,189-acre nature preserve owned and operated by Goshen College. The center is known for a diverse and unique land base, quality environmental education and a visionary emphasis on sustainable choices. Merry Lea provides a half-time staff person for Mennonite Creation Care Network.
- See Merry Lea’s Rieth Village, Indiana’s first LEED-rated green facility to earn a platinum rating. It is pictured above.
- Read about the Merry Lea Sustainable Farm and the undergraduate Agroecology Summer Intensive
- Earn a master’s degree in environmental education
Everence, Goshen, Ind., is a financial services organization affiliated with the Mennonite Church USA and related denominations. Everence strives to help people be good stewards of resources in all areas of life: their health, their time and the earth as well as their money. At Everence, faith and values shape decisions about money and all facets of life.
- Learn about shareholder advocacy
- Read inspiring stories about socially responsible investing
Through its relationship with Everence, MCCN is a ministry of the Mennonite Church USA.
Mennonite Church Canada
Mennonite Church Canada provides ongoing support toward costs related to Canadian board members.
Mennonite Central Committee Canada
This organization has provided travel funds for Canadian council members and paid for the development of some resources for Canadian audiences.