These organizations share various connections to Grebel:
The Brubacher Farm House Museum is a distinguished home built in 1850 by John E. Brubacher, a Pennsylvania German Mennonite settler. In 1979 the University of Waterloo officially opened the house as a museum in recognition of the university's location on what was once Mennonite farmland. The museum is operated by Conrad Grebel University College and the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario.
Centre for Family Business
The goals of the Centre for Family Business are to help build strong, profitable companies by strengthening and maintaining healthy families. A unique combination of business and family resources make the centre a vital authority for family enterprises.
Since its founding in 1976, Project Ploughshares has promoted the concept of "common security": that security is the product of mutuality, not competition; that peace must be nurtured rather than guarded; that stability requires the reduction of threat and elevation of trust; and that sustainability depends on participatory decision-making rather than on exclusion and control. Project Ploughshares promotes disarmament and demilitarization, the peaceful resolution of political conflict, and the pursuit of security based on equity, justice, and a sustainable environment.
DaCapo Chamber Choir
DaCapo is a community chamber choir formed in the fall of 1998. The choir began as a group of 13 singers dedicated to exploring unaccompanied music mainly of the 20th Century, and has now stabilized at sixteen singers, four per section. The performance season consists of three annual concerts in Kitchener-Waterloo, one in fall around Remembrance Day, a mid-winter and a spring concert. Additionally, the choir performs on an ad hoc basis at other events.
Ontario Mennonite Music Camp
Offered each August, Ontario Mennonite Music Camp is a two-week, live-in musical experience at Grebel. The camp provides musically motivated children between the ages of twelve and sixteen with an appreciation for the musical heritage of the Christian church.
Inter-Mennonite Children's Choir
The Inter-Mennonite Children's Choir provides an opportunity for children age eight to sixteen to enjoy singing and performing in the context of a choir school. The Children's Choir is administered by a group of parent volunteers.