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Have you looked around the website? Have you heard about some of the training offered to congregations and others? Are you getting ideas for reducing your carbon footprint? If so, you are the beneficiary of someone “paying it forward.” Yes, others have invested their time, energy, skills and dollars to make this website and the related initiatives possible. Would you like to make it possible for others to benefit? You too can help by paying it forward.

Where do LRC funds go?  Here is a brief glimpse: 

                        Communication & Education                            25%

                        Leadership Training                                          35%

                        Resources Development                                  25%

                        Administration                                                  15%

Lutherans Restoring Creation has been funded by several grants. Yet sustaining and expanding this movement will require contributions from many sources, so that others will grow in their awareness, learning, and leadership. You can become a vital part of this movement with a modest or a substantial contribution.

If you are willing to donate to Lutherans Restoring Creation and pay it forward,
Make check payable to:
Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (our fiscal agent)
please send a check to:
David Rhoads, Director
Lutherans Restoring Creation
1436 Park Avenue
Racine, WI 53403
All contributions will go fully to the Lutherans Restoring Creation program.

Thank you for your prayerful consideration.


Lutherans Restoring Creation is partially funded by a generous grant from InFaith Community Foundation. We would like to thank the InFaith Community Foundation for underwriting this and other worthwhile Lutheran ministries.

ELCA World Hunger
Lutherans Restoring Creation would like to thank ELCA World Hunger for its support.
Tithing Stewardship Foundation
Lutherans Restoring Creation would like to thank The Tithing and Stewardship Foundation at the Lutheran Seminary of Theology at Chicago for its support.


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