If you have an interest in Ontario Mennonite history and enjoy accomplishing detailed tasks, we may be able to use your help. See our volunteering page for more information.
The J. William and Sarah Dyck Award for Russian Mennonite Studies, valued at $1,000, is provided annually to an undergraduate or graduate student. The successful candidate will demonstrate an interest in Russian Mennonite Studies. One of the options for the award is an archives internship. Learn more
Join the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario
The society actively assists the archives with its collection mandate and provides opportunities for archival education. Visit the Mennonite Historical Society of Ontario website.
Contribute to Conrad Grebel University College
Except for those services listed in fee based services, archival services are offered free of charge.
The financial resources for the archives are provided by Conrad Grebel University College. Charitable donations to support this program can be made through the college's Annual Fund drive. Donations of planned gifts are welcome.
In 2006, the college's board prioritized capital expansion for the library and archives space. A major renovation and expansion was completed in 2014.