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A just and loving world needs Unitarian Universalism. It needs our gifts of labor, love, and money. Without these, our vision can neither go out into the world, nor help to change it. Will you help Unitarian Universalism reach out and grow?

Please consider making a donation to the Friends of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA); money given to this vital fund will be used where it is needed most. Donations to the Friends program allow us to respond quickly and flexibly to the needs of the 1,048 congregations we serve every single day.

To give to a special fund, you can give online (if a link is listed in the information below), send a check by mail, or call us.

  • 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 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 Now.
  • Jerry & Denny Davidoff Fund for Lay Leadership
    The Davidoff Fund honors the skilled and devoted lay leadership in our movement by Jerry and Denny Davidoff. This fund enables the UUA to promote the development and training of lay leaders to share the ministry of community building with religious professionals and each other.
  • 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. Donate Now.
  • Living Tradition Fund
    Provides ministerial support through need-based scholarships, new minister assistance, and grants to ministers for emergency assistance. Donate Now.
  • Military Ministry Fund 
    A fund to support those who wish to pursue a calling in military chaplaincy.
  • Natalie Gulbrandsen Ministerial Scholarship for International Studies
    Help further Natalie's vision of strengthening international relations and developing a stronger world consciousness.
  • Standing on the Side of Love
    Standing on the Side of Love is the UUA's public advocacy campaign that seeks to harness love’s power to stop oppression. Your gift will help to combat fear and hate. Donate Now.
  • UU Religious Education Fund
    A fund to support religious education in our faith, including curricula, resources and training for educators.
  • 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 Now.
  • Rev. Terry Sweetser Fund for Stewardship
     This fund will honor Rev. Terry Sweetser, the UUA's Vice President for Stewardship & Development. As Terry leaves the UUA after 20 years and over $175 million raised in service of our faith, your donation will help us continue Terry's legacy of stewardship, supporting the UUA's work with congregations and individuals to grow a culture of generosity in Unitarian Universalism. 

Thank you for your generosity!

For more information contact giftinfo @ uua.org.

This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations. Please consider making a donation today.

Last updated on Wednesday, May 21, 2014.

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