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Students studying in the library.

2016-17 Goal is $367,000

An open door is a symbol of welcome. Every September, Grebel's doors are flung open to welcome new and returning students and families.

Interim President Jim PankratzOver the past two years, Grebel has often used the image of "Extending the Table" as a symbol for the generous, inclusive welcome that we hope is a distinguishing characteristic of our community. 

I invite you to help us to open our doors and extend the Grebel Table with a gift to the Grebel Fund. Your contribution is an important expression of your support for our students.

Warmly,

Jim Pankratz signature.

Jim Pankratz

Interim President


Album artwork for "A New Song".We welcome your support at the President’s Circle level ($1,000+). Our circle donors will receive “A New Song,” the newest recording by the Chamber Choir, directed by Mark Vuorinen.

You are invited to download a free copy of the song "Abendlied" written by Josef Rheinberger and performed by the Chamber Choir.


Your support for the Grebel Fund will make it possible to:

  • offer quality academic programs,
  • nurture leadership development, and
  • reach our goal of $367,000.

To learn more about how your gift will impact Grebel students, contact Fred W. Martin, Director of Advancement. 519-885-0220 x24381

Make your donation

  • Online donations can be designated to Grebel through the University of Waterloo (please select "Conrad Grebel University College" in the drop-down menu).
  • Donations should be made payable to:
    Conrad Grebel University College,
    140 Westmount Road North,
    Waterloo, Ontario, Canada N2L 3G6

Donate online

Make a credit card donation on Grebel's pledge page.  Simply select the fund at Grebel you wish to support and fill in your details. Your receipt for online donations will come from the University of Waterloo.  Thanks!

UPDATE

As of February 15 we have 90% of our $367,000 goal received or pledged. Our students thank you too!   

Your Donations at Work

Student and professor in music class

Donations augment the Music program by providing 
resources for Noon Hour Concerts.
 

Peace and conflict studies internships

Support is required for our new Masters in PACS.

Student making a speech

Donations provide funds for student leadership development that is the core of Grebel community life. 

Mennonite's Book Launch

Donations support research and Mennonite Studies events .

Laureen in the library

Library and Archives activities rely on support from donors.

Theological Studies Students in Class

Donations support pastoral training and graduate Theological Studies.

MSCU Centre of Peace advancement participants

Donations are key in running the Kindred Credit Union Centre for Peace Advancement.

Grebel also administers the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre,  which provides  theological training for doctoral students.

 
 

Donate online

Make a credit card donation on Grebel's pledge page.  Simply select the fund at Grebel you wish to support and fill in your details. Your receipt for online donations will come from the University of Waterloo.  Thanks!

UPDATE

As of November 10 we have received or have pledged 50% of our $367,000 goal. Join us today!   

Your Donations at Work

Student and professor in music class

Donations augment the Music program by providing 
resources for Noon Hour Concerts.
 

Peace and conflict studies internships

Support is required for our new Masters in PACS.

Student making a speech

Donations provide funds for student leadership development that is the core of Grebel community life. 

Mennonite's Book Launch

Grebel events such as the Mennonite/s Writing 2014-2015 are supported by donations.

Laureen in the library

Library and Archives activities rely on support from donors.

Theological Studies Students in Class

Donations support pastoral training and graduate Theological Studies.

MSCU Centre of Peace advancement participants

Donations are key in running the MSCU Centre for Peace Advancement.

Grebel also administers the Toronto Mennonite Theological Centre,  which provides  theological training for doctoral students.