Consider an Endowment Pledge

Consider an Endowment Pledge

The WUUC Endowment Fund is an investment in the long-term health of WUUC and can serve many significant purposes: a source for short-term funding of an activity WUUC would not be able to fund otherwise, or a means to take advantage of unusual major opportunities for growth or service, or even as a source of financial backup in case of major emergency. Consider making a pledge commitment as part of your estate planning or as a one-time donation. Learn more at wuuc.org/endow.

Justice & Service Monthly Collection

Justice & Service Monthly Collection

This month’s collection helps support the Lavender Rights Project whose mission is to elevate the power, autonomy, and leadership of the Black intersex & gender diverse community through intersectional legal and social services. The Lavender Rights Project proudly offers FREE affirming, supportive legal services for Black and Indigenous communities in Washington State, with a focus on uplifting Black trans women and femmes.

The Advocates for Social Justice (ASJ) Committee thanks WUUC members and friends for their generous support of our monthly special collections, which take place during services on the third Sunday of every month (June 16). Instructions for giving are posted during the service, and you can also donate anytime at https://onrealm.org/wuuc/-/give/now, or by sending a check to WUUC at P.O. Box 111, Woodinville, WA 98072. Please make checks out to WUUC and write “ASJ Special Collection” in the notes.

Justice & Service Monthly Collection April 2024

Justice & Service Monthly Collection April 2024

At a time when prices for basic living expenses like food and shelter continue to rise, many people in our broader community face hunger. Food Lifeline, a Community Food sovereignty fund, is a grantmaking initiative centering communities most impacted by hunger and food insecurity. Grantees designate solutions meeting the unique needs of their neighborhoods, from building hoop houses, to installing edible landscaping in migrant housing communities, and procurement of culturally relevant foods for distribution on tribal land.

The ASJ Committee thanks WUUC members and friends for their generous support of our monthly special collections, which take place during services on the third Sunday of every month (April 21st). Instructions for giving are posted during the service, and you can also donate anytime at https://onrealm.org/wuuc/-/give/now, or by sending a check to WUUC at P.O. Box 111, Woodinville, WA 98072. Please make checks out to WUUC and write “ASJ Special Collection” in the notes.

January 2024 – Justice & Service Monthly Collection

January 2024 – Justice & Service Monthly Collection

The Advocates for Social Justice (ASJ) special collection on January 21st will support the Advocates for Immigrants in Detention Northwest.  This fund Serves immigrants in detention and when released, through welcoming services focused on transitional support and connection to vital resources for resettlement. This selection honors the passion for immigrant’s rights championed by the late Bob Ditzler, builder of our beautiful church facilities.

The ASJ Committee thanks WUUC members and friends for their generous support of our monthly special collections, which take place during services on the third Sunday of every month. Instructions for giving are posted during the service, and you can also donate anytime the following week at https://onrealm.org/wuuc/-/give/now, or by sending a check to WUUC at P.O. Box 111, Woodinville, WA 98072. Please make checks out to WUUC and write “ASJ Special Collection” in the notes.

Justice & Service Monthly Collection

The Advocates for Social Justice (ASJ) special collection on December 17th  will support the Na’ah Illahee Fund.  This fund supports and promotes the leadership of Indigenous women in the ongoing regeneration of Indigenous communities in the Pacific Northwest. Their work addresses climate and environmental justice, food security and food sovereignty, civic participation, youth leadership, and advancing regenerative economies from a personal to systemic level.

The ASJ Committee thanks WUUC members and friends for their generous support of our monthly special collections, which take place during services on the third Sunday of every month. Instructions for giving are posted during the service, and you can also donate anytime the following week at https://onrealm.org/wuuc/-/give/now, or by sending a check to WUUC at P.O. Box 111, Woodinville, WA 98072. Please make checks out to WUUC and write “ASJ Special Collection” in the notes.