Extraordinary Lutheran Ministries (ELM) whose Concept Grant to EcoFaith Recovery in January, 2009, first launched this ministry. Then in 2010, ELM awarded EcoFaith Recovery a larger grant for the next phase of “Mission Development.” We would not exist were it not for the ELM taking a risk on our bold proposal!

In Faith Community Foundation (formerly The Lutheran Community Foundation) who have provided significant capacity building grants for 2012 and 2013 that have enabled us to expand this ministry and develop our internship program.

Our community partners offer the following gifts:

St. Andrew Lutheran Church in Beaverton, OR for office supplies, workspace, printer and copying

Salt & Light in NE Portland, OR for meeting space, particularly the Beyond Fossil Fuels and Organizing in the Biocommons Initiatives.

Central Lutheran Church in NE Portland, OR hosts the EcoFaith Recovery closet cabinet, allowing our volunteer leaders access to materials.

Thank you to all the community groups that help EcoFaith Recovery!

Congregation Partners:

Mission of the Atonement, Salt & Light LutheranSt. Luke Lutheran ChurchUniversity Lutheran ChapelWest Linn Lutheran Church and Multnomah Friends

…Paul Navarre who has donated website hosting and occasional support through his company Net Interaction since our inception.

….Julie Mankin for website redesign.

….Michael Colvin for volunteering to design our new banner.

… All of you who participate in this effort in any way, whether near or far. With your support, this effort will continue to grow and thrive!

Thank you!

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