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Giving & Generosity

A just and loving world needs Unitarian Universalism. It needs our gifts of labor, love, and money. Will you help Unitarian Universalism reach out and grow? To give to a program area or special fund, you can donate online (where indicated), send a check by mail, or call us at (888) 792-5885.

Advocacy

Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism

  • BLUU: The Promise and Practice of Our Faith
    In October 2017 the UUA Board of Trustees committed $5.3 million to Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU). BLUU provides ministry, information, resources and support for Black Unitarian Universalists and works to expand the role and visibility of Black UUs within our faith. "The Promise and the Practice of Our Faith" represents both the Association's financial commitment to BLUU and an opportunity for all Unitarian Universalists to promise and practice our shared commitment to be a more inclusive, more expansive Unitarian Universalism. Donate to BLUU Now.

Education

  • Religious Education Fund
    A fund to support religious education in our faith, including curricula, resources and training for educators.

International

  • Every Child is Our Child Program
    This program helps children in Africa reach their full potential by providing them with opportunities to attend school and receive the medical attention they need. With your support, we buy school uniforms, books, school supplies, shoes and other necessities that make school attendance possible. Donate to ECOC Now.
  • Holdeen India Program
    The Holdeen program works with local organizations to advance empowerment and promote equity for India's most vulnerable groups. The Program is committed to enabling these groups to transform their social and economic conditions in directions of their own choosing. Donate to the UUHIP Now.
  • UU-United Nations Office
    The UU-UNO advocates to the United Nations on issues important to UUs, such as equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people; peacemaking; international rights for women and children; and climate change. Donate to the UU-UNO Now

Ministries

  • Living Tradition Fund 
    Provides scholarships, debt reduction grants, and financial assistance in times of need to seminarians, ministers, religious professionals, other congregational staff, retired ministers and their loved ones. Donate to the LTF Now.
  • Military Ministry Fund 
    A fund to support our UUA Military Ministry and those who wish to pursue a calling in military chaplaincy.
  • James Reeb Fund for Multicultural Ministries and Leadership
    The James Reeb Fund allows the UUA to strengthen existing justice programs—including our voter rights campaign and other community based initiatives—as well as to fund new endeavors emerging to rejuvenate and amplify the racial justice movement within Unitarian Universalism and beyond. Donate to the James Reeb Fund Now.
  • Katie Tyson Fund for Youth and Young Adult Ministries
    In honor of the memory of Katie Tyson, this fund is dedicated to kindling the sparks of leadership among UU youth and young adults. The fund will support scholarships, grants, and programs for youth and young adult projects, conferences, outreach, and more.

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