Membership Levels

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MHF Membership Levels

If you are a healthcare worker who supports the mission of Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship, we want you to join us!

MHF’s program year begins on September 1 for the purposes of tracking membership. Whether you are a student, a professional at the peak of your career, or a retiree interested in encouraging the next generation, MHF has a membership level that’s right for you!

Regardless of which level you choose, you can also make extra contributions either now or at any time during the year toward the mission of MHF or to one of the auxiliary funds which MHF supports. 

Since Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship is a registered non-profit corporation in the U.S., all membership contributions as well as extra contributions are tax deductible as provided for by federal tax regulations.  Consult your accountant or tax attorney for additional details.

Membership Levels 


Student and Members from Low-Middle Income Countries – $25 a year 

Membership level for Students and those from Low-Middle Income Countries

Retiree Members – Same as Professional when possible, $50

Professional Regular Member – $100 annually 

Annual membership supports our programming and mission.

Sustaining – $300 yearly 

Helps Sustain the full scope of programs at MHF, including funding our SET Grants and other programs helping professionals integrate faith and health.

Leadership Circle – $500 – $10,000 annually

The Leadership Circle at MHF is a group of committed sponsors who are invited to contribute to the overall vision and mission of MHF through special gatherings, strategic leadership sessions, and appreciation events. 

Extra Contributions

A word about past Mission Funds

Prior to 2016, Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship and its predecessors maintained special mission funds.  Over the course of the years, the purpose and usage of these funds has changed along with the definition of what “mission” is. Thus, as part of its overall strategic plan, the MHF Board has renewed its focus on the total mission of the organization, consolidated all of the funds under its control for greater effectiveness and administrative efficiency, and moved away from a dues model (“What do I owe?”) to a joyous contributions model (“How can I support the mission of MHF?”)

Thus, funding to support “Mobilization for Service” programs such as the Student Elective Term (SET) and the Steven Roth Memorial Grant Program, are built into the yearly budget.  If you gave extra in the past for Mission Funds, consider supporting MHF’s unified budget with a Sustaining Membership or more. 

Regardless of what you can afford, your membership contributions and extra contributions fund the overall operation of MHF in its mission to support the integration of Christian faith and healthcare. To get started click on this link or the button at the top of the second column. 

Other Funds

There are two additional funds for which Mennonite Healthcare Fellowship receives donations but passes them on to other organizations.

Anabaptist Center for Healthcare Ethics (ACHE)

This inter-agency fund is used for programs and projects involving healthcare ethics from a Christian perspective.  MHF manages this fund and issues tax receipts for a a separate 501(c)(3) corporation controlled by all of the Mennonite agencies involved with ACHE.

Mary Jean Yoder Memorial Endowment Fund

This fund is an endowment fund administered by Mennonite Mission Network which provides grants to Christian students in healthcare study programs in developing countries. A Benefits Committee controlled by a majority of MHF members and which also includes representatives from Mennonite Mission Network and the Yoder family disburses the interest accrued by this fund each year.



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