Supportive of Christian Science
The Longyear Museum – For over three-quarters of a century, Longyear
Museum has served the public, providing exhibits and resources
about the life and achievements of Mary Baker Eddy, Discoverer
and Founder of Christian Science, and her early students. The
Museum moved into its new building in Chestnut Hill, MA in 1999.
Permanent exhibits on Mrs. Eddy, her family and students are
The Principle Foundation – The mission of The Principle Foundation
is to uplift thought from the belief of lack and limitation through
education and communication, while offering temporary assistance
to individuals in support of the expectation and demonstration
of Christian Science healing.
Asher Student Foundation – The purpose of Asher Student Foundation is to serve the cause of Christian Science by providing services to students pursuing educational growth in accredited colleges
and universities, or in certificate programs. Asher Student Foundation
maintains residences in accordance with the standards of Christian
Science for students attending a college, university, vocational,
or professional training school.
Clearway Foundation – is a non-profit organization that provides
funding for activities that support and promote non-profit Christian
Science nursing, such as Visiting Nurse Service organizations,
training for Christian Science nurses, and established care facilities
for Christian Scientists. We provide funds to non-profit care
facilities to help guests unable to meet the costs on their own.
Christian Science Nursing Care Endowment (southern California) – click link to see Web site firstname.lastname@example.org
The Daycroft School Foundation
Marlene F. Johnson Memorial Fund for scholarly research on Christian Science
Daystar Foundation and Library – Daystar was established in 1990
to collect, care for, and make available books, papers, and memorabilia relating to the early days of Christian Science, its Discoverer and Founder, Mary Baker Eddy, and those individuals who helped her in the fledgling stages of the Christian Science movement.
The Albert Baker Fund provides financial aid to Christian Scientists enrolled in college or vocational schools as well as Christian Sciences Nurses-in-training seeking listing in the Christian Science Journal. It also provides some scholarships for counselors at Christian Science camps and interns at The Mother Church in Boston.
The Rainbow Valley Resource Network is a nationwide network supporting and advocating for Christian Scientists with special needs. Provide adaptive enrichment programs in an uplifting CS atmosphere, embrace parents with monthly online parent gatherings and pay for CS practitioner bills and subscriptions to the Bible Lesson and CS periodicals are core offerings by the network.