Give Kids a MountainCamp Experience this Summer!

Your support will enable up to twelve children and youth experience MountainCamp, a UU summer camp high upon a mountaintop in the southern Appalachia. The MountainCamp experience fosters a strong, inclusive community, appreciation of nature and the environment, and experiential learning through traditional camp activities guided by our UU values. Continue reading

  • $3,800 Goal
  • $920 Funded
  • 26 Days to Go

Bring Eli Clare to General Assembly!

EqUUal Access and TRUUsT are teaming up to bring Eli Clare, one of the foremost thinkers, educators, and activists working at the intersections of disability, sexuality, gender, race, and class, to General Assembly. Help us meet our goal and help advance the conversation between disability justice and LGBTQ justice within Unitarian Universalism! Continue reading

  • $1,000 Goal
  • $900 Funded
  • 11 Days to Go

YoUUth SOALS: The Spiritual Organizer/Activist Leadership Seminar for UU Youth

YoUUth SOALS – the Spiritual Organizer/Activist Leadership Seminar for Unitarian Universalist Youth – is a six-month leadership development program for young UU activists from across Minnesota. Through youth-led worship, congregational learning, small-group discussions, and interactive panels with local and national activists and organizers, youth build concrete skills for justice-making and reflect on the intersections of our shared faith and our work to build a just and loving world. The 2016-2017 YoUUth SOALS program will have a specific focus on racial justice. Continue reading

  • $5,000 Goal
  • $425 Funded
  • 39 Days to Go
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Prophetic Climate Justice Network

Support UU congregations in Massachusetts taking a stand against the fossil fuel industry and fighting for the just transition to the renewable energy sources we need. This project supports congregations working together to stop the construction of a major fracked gas pipeline by funding a regional organizer and the formation of congregational based climate justice groups. Continue reading

  • $5,000 Goal
  • $3,160 Funded
  • 21 Days to Go

Normativity: A New LGBTQ+ Musical

Normativity, by UU young adult Jaime Jarrett, is a new musical about LGBTQ+ representation and the gay community premiering at NYMF this summer. Normativity confronts the lack of positive LGBTQ+ representation and the negative impact that has on LGBTQ+ youth who have grown up seeing gay characters continually killed on television, in movies, and on stage. Our goal is to highlight this issue, also known as “Burying Your Gays,” while serving as the representation the LGBTQ+ community so lacks. Continue reading

  • $5,000 Goal
  • $1,030 Funded
  • 20 Days to Go

Don’t Let the Walls Fall Down

The Little Stone Church “that Rocks” is falling down ! We need your help to restore it. Our church is over 100 years old and badly needs to have the mortar restored. Our tower especially is in danger of falling down. As a historical landmark, and an active church “on the common,” we need to keep our place intact and safe. We are an active church congregation with a community heart. Your funds will not only help us to Kick off a building campaign, but will create matching funds for other grants we hope to obtain.
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  • $7,000 Goal
  • $7,958 Funded
  • 6 Days to Go

Growing Justice & Equality in New Jersey

For six years, the UU Legislative Ministry of NJ has been the moral voice in the New Jersey State House. Now we’re leading the region in racial justice and growing towards a more just future for all New Jerseyans. Continue reading

  • $8,000 Goal
  • $7,609 Funded
  • 4 Days to Go


We have a dream, and we have a prayer: Our young and growing congregation will have a home.We have the land. It has been provided by one of our Leaders for the congregation to use. We need the funds to purchase a tent to make this noble project possible.

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  • $3,780 Goal
  • $1,535 Funded
  • 15 Days to Go

West Shore Cleveland Needs a New Sign

West Shore Unitarian Universalist church sits on a busy street in Rocky River. Our main “draw” is from people who drive by the church and are curious about it. Our current sign is parallel to the street, which means, no one can read it! It’s deteriorating, difficult to read and has to be changed by hand. The church needs a new sign that is perpendicular to the road with messages that reflect the vitality of the people inside and the importance of our faith to the wider world. Continue reading

  • $5,000 Goal
  • $5,104 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

International UU Young Adults Gathering 2016

Your contributions will enable up to thirty young adults to travel from the Philippines, India, Africa, Canada, United States, and Europe to this the 5-day ICUU) conference in July 2016. YOU can help make this life-changing experience happen for these young adult U/UUs! Continue reading

  • $9,000 Goal
  • $9,125 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Help Us Register 15,000 New Voters in NC!

We’re working with leasing managers in apartment complexes across Wake County to get voter registration materials in the hands of new residents when they move into their new homes. Our pilot project shows that leasing managers are very receptive to this idea and with nearly 300 complexes and 75,000 individual apartments in the county, the potential is enormous! Continue reading

  • $5,000 Goal
  • $5,196 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go


It took less than 3 months for us to transform the front lawn of our UU church in Woodstock VT into a beautiful perennial food source. Please help us to expand the garden, to involve the rest of the Woodstock community and, most important, to inspire other UU Churches transform their own lawns into Permaculture, i.e. Permanent-Agriculture Continue reading

  • $1,500 Goal
  • $1,500 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Immigrant City Street Ministry

The Immigrant City Street Ministry actively befriends the homeless and the most needy, concentrating in Lawrence, the poorest community in New England. We work with a street harm reduction program (providing clean needles and health supplies and collecting the dirties) allowing us to form relationships at the deepest levels. We eat in the soup kitchens, hang out in the camps, hear people’s lives and offer appropriate help including treatment referrals andides to appointments. We connect people to emergency housing, food, clothing and medical services. We advocate for our friends, conduct regular homeless counts, and invite the more fortunate to experience this life directly. Continue reading

  • $6,000 Goal
  • $6,058 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Anti-Racist Education in Mid-Missouri

Help bring UU activist and educator Chris Crass to Columbia, Missouri – home of the University of Missouri – to build upon the anti-racist momentum the Mizzou student movement created this fall. We particularly seek to engage the wider Columbia community in anti-racist education and transformation. Continue reading

  • $1,500 Goal
  • $1,565 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

The Mzimu Project: Education with Spirit

In rural Malawi there is a lack of early development education and opportunities. In order to address this issue in the most holistic and sustaining way, the organization Women’s Build and I, propose a community skill center addition that supports a Nursery School already built by Women’s Build. The Nursery School/Center will pay attention to all holistic needs of students and their families, hosting programs in environmental education, women’s empowerment, various trainings, and spiritual growth through the Tapestry of Faith curriculum specifically the “Creating Home” section. Continue reading

  • $5,500 Goal
  • $6,071 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

UU’s and Climate Action: Congregations Ready to Respond 2

The first phase of this Entrepreneurial Ministry project will be to complete a video which will go out to congregations, regional leaders, ministerial clusters and chapters, and seminaries to encourage congregations and geographical areas to get a congregational preparedness assessment by the Unitarian Universalist Trauma Response Ministry with an added component on climate change related disasters and environmental justice in collaboration with developing partnerships. This faithify campaign will help fund the remaining $1600 for the second year of this timely project. Continue reading

  • $1,600 Goal
  • $1,621 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Building Our Future Together

UU Mass Action is the state Action network for Massachusetts. This is a critical legislative year to make real changes in Immigrant Rights, Economic Justice, Ending Mass Incarceration and Investing in Clean Energy. We need to maximize our collective action in order to achieve our collective goals. Continue reading

  • $1,000 Goal
  • $1,045 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Witnessing Race: MeetUp4Justice 2016

Goals: To mobilize UUs statewide seeking racial justice in police practices, employment, education, housing, voting rights, health care, immigration, sentencing, decarceration, and reentry for returning citizens by direct engagement with faith based partners, secular allies, law enforcement agencies, elected officials and candidates. Continue reading

  • $2,500 Goal
  • $2,555 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go
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Pioneering Multisite Ministry in New York State

Our vision is to build a multisite network of connections between congregations throughout the Southern Tier of New York. Our vision begins with funding the staffing needs of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Cortland so they may partner with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Binghamton in pioneering a new way to do and be a UU congregation. Continue reading

  • $8,500 Goal
  • $8,565 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

the Race Dance Project

Join us as we break through barriers with personal storytelling, song, stillness, movement and awareness. Let us learn together how to stay in the dance of addressing racism and take action in new ways, October 2 & 3 in Cambridge and Roxbury, MA. Continue reading

  • $3,000 Goal
  • $3,100 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go

Bending Texas Towards Justice!

TXUUJM will claim our rightful place as prominent faith leaders in Texas by shaping state and local government through legislative, regulatory, and direct action to ensure that freedom, justice, equality, and compassion become realities for all. Continue reading

  • $7,500 Goal
  • $8,320 Funded
  • 0 Hours to Go