MNIPL works in partnership with faith communities, people of conscience, organizations, and other donors. Together, we build transformative power and bring the lights of people’s unique gifts to addressing the climate crisis.

We are so grateful for everyone's help to make the inspiring, impactful work of the MNIPL network possible. To learn more about investing in MNIPL and the climate movement, contact Liz Loeb, Associate Director, at [email protected] or (646) 621-7931.

Sustaining Congregations

Through yearly financial contributions, Sustaining Congregations ensure that Be the Spark, Climate Conversations, and Youth N' Power programs will empower leaders and strengthen the multifaith climate movement statewide. Click on any of the congregational links below to learn more about what these faith and spiritual communities have been creating and growing.

Join the burgeoning group of sustaining congregations already taking action. Contact Buff Grace, Director of Faith Networks, at [email protected].

Sustaining Individuals/Households

Building a multifaith climate movement doesn't happen without the generous support of our individual donors. How does your faith or spiritual practices call you to act in this critical moment in human history?

Thank you to all who have made a financial gift! This is one way we are caring for the planet and one another! Click here to become a sustaining donor through a monthly contribution. 

Carolyn Anderson, Kristen Anderson, Joel Beard, John Benson, Marilyn Benson, Keara Berlin, Paula Bidle & George Moore, Mary Blanchard, Robert Bloom, Angela Bowman, Lisa Burke, Donna Butler, Jean Chagnon, Rebecca Cramer, Emma Crutcher-McGowan, Gregory Dana, Andrew Davis, Lorraine Delehanty, Bethany Divakaran, Lauren Drake, Barbara Draper, Anna Ebbers, Rita Erickson, Kristin Foster, Johannah Frisby, Elizabeth Frost, Molly Frost, Richard Fuller, Ann Galloway-Egge, Elaine Gaston, Mj Gilbert, Lucille Goodwyne, Kris Grangaard, Martin and Melanie Grune, Diane and Thom Haines, John Harrer, Thomas Harries, Jessica Hart, Roberta and Dennis Haskin, Stephanie Hemphill, Stuart Henry, Kathy Hollander, Dale Howey, Jessica Intermill, Elise Jahnke, Chris Johnson, Claire Klein, Kathy Koch, Larry Kraft, Diane Krueger, Karen Larson, Ernesto Luna, Karen Lunde, Carrie MacLeod, Leslie Martin, Rex McKee, Michelle Mecey, Bill Middlecamp, Julia Nerbonne, Gary Olson, Andy Pearson, Luke Pederson, Nate Pederson, Bret Pence, Wendy Plager, Teddie Potter, Jayda Pounds, Gwin Pratt, Dan Quillin, Cheryl Ritenbaugh, Ciel Rossmiller, Collin Rust, Lee Samelson, Kurt Schultz, Jackie Smolen, Jeffrey Snyder, Sandy Sullivan, Beth Tamminen, Dennis Thompson, Wallace Wadd, Dwight Wagenius, Joe Ward, Hannah Yokom, Theresa Zeman (updated July 2022)

Foundation, Government, and Organization Donors

All Energy Solar, Big Waters District United Methodist Women, Center for Earth Energy and Democracy, Cooperative Energy Futures, Elmer and Eleanor Andersen Foundation, First Universalist Church Foundation, Fresh Energy, Gandhi Mahal, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Green Faith, Hennepin County Green Partners, Honor the Earth, Interfaith Conference of Metro Washington, Lenfestey Family Foundation, Lutheran Volunteer Corps , Massachusetts Interfaith Power & Light, Michigan Interfaith Power & Light, Minneapolis Foundation, Minnesota Chamber Foundation, Minnesota Conference United Church of Christ, Minnesota Solar Energy Industries Association, MN350, Move Minnesota, Mullin Family Foundation II, Nelson-Pallmeyer Justice and Peace Fund, Network for Good, New Venture Fund, Proteus Foundation, REgeneration Project, Rockefeller Family Fund, Inc., Sierra Club Central Region, Social Good Fund, Solutran, Stop the Money Pipeline, Take Action MN, The A&K Englert Charitable Fund, The Moosehorn Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation, Tides Foundation, Tunheim Partners, Inc., Unitarian Universalist Trauma Response Ministry, United Methodist Women (Twin Cities District), University of Minnesota Regents, University of St. Thomas, Vote Climate (updated July 2022)