CFTM Invites You To Join In To Support Environmental Justice In Appalachia!
How You Can Help
Our Mountain Heritage
CFTM supports efforts to protect and strengthen mountain communities and the encompassing land, water, air, nature, clean sustainable economies, and the best cultural traits.
CFTM sponsors the Larry Gibson Biography Project.
CFTM invites people to share their stories and faith perspectives for our website and Mountain Vision newspaper. Importantly, volunteer in your own community on projects that protect, restore, and beautify God’s good creation.
CFTM requires operating funds, and our supporters are our main source. We do not accept outside advertising or marketing revenue. We do not solicit by phone or email or direct mail (only through our Mountain Vision paper). We do not share our membership list.
There are many worthy organizations and causes to contribute to. We understand.
CFTM serves as a bridge between religious and secular organizations and causes that advocate for environmental justice. CFTM is highly respected for our voice by many of these groups regionally and nationally.
CFTM brings our Christian moral and ethical framework into discussions and actions that seek to honor God’s intention for humanity and all creation.
Christians For The Mountains (CFTM) soon after our beginning in 2005 became a project of World Stewardship Institute, a 501-c-3 nonprofit organization. CFTM has a seat on its Board of Directors. You may contact WSI atP.O. Box 7348, Santa Rosa, California 95407. Contact person is Fred Krueger. Phone is (707) 573-3160.
All projects, including CFTM, are audited annually, currently by Marc Richardson.
CFTM internal process is the following: Typically mailed donations come to Allen Johnson, Coordinator, who sends them monthly to Dr. Robert Marshall, Treasurer, who deposits them. Online donations go directly to our paypal account. Some donations, often through foundations, are routed via WSI to CFTM. Expenditures are receipted, sent to the treasurer, and reimbursed by check.