Share the Plate
In keeping with our mission to create a more just and compassionate world, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo shares our weekly collection plate with a local agency, living out our generosity in the Buffalo community. In the Share-the-Plate program, the church donates half the unrestricted donations made during each Sunday's offertory to a designated charity or organization identified by the Social Justice Task Force under policies formulated by the Board of Trustees. Recipients of the UUCB Share-the-Plate program must be either a 501(c)3 or 501(c)4 non-profit organization, and they must do work that is consistent with Unitarian Universalist principles. Any member of the congregation may nominate a recipient organization through the UUCB Social Justice Task Force. The Share-the-Plate recipients for this summer are as follows:
The Mental Health Association (MHA) of Erie County.
The MHA provides support and advocacy to individuals and families living with mental illness, along with prevention and education for the community to build awareness of mental health resources and support.
For more information see http://www.eriemha.org
Discovering Buffalo UU
If you are interested in considering membership, Discovering Buffalo UU class is offered periodically.
To find out more information stop at the Welcome Table on Sundays, or call the Membership Coordinator, Christine Derby-Cuadrado at 716-885-2136, ext. 8, or e-mail Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org
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