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Eloise Dycus was raised in a small town in the Midwest where her father was a Methodist minister. She remembers helping him fill communion cups and thinking she didn’t need all of the complex trappings of her father’s faith. In 1954, she discovered Unitarian Universalism and has been a dedicated Unitarian Universalist (UU) ever since. Read More >
Central Midwest District Staff Faith Development and Growth Director, Dori Davenport, has demonstrated her commitment to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) in a very uncommon way. For years, Dori has been a committed donor to the Friends program, but her recent gesture is one that sets her apart. Read More >
Friends of the UUA Sustainers
In the month of August 2008, 564 Friends of the UUA contributed $9,242.67—and in September those donors will do it again. Each month, nearly 600 Friends of the UUA contribute about $9,000 to “sustain” the work of the UUA. The average “sustainer” gives over $200 a year and some donors make gifts in excess of $100 every month. Read More >
Friends of the UUA recently received a gift of $10 attached to the following letter in response to the Stand on the Side of Love appeal. Read More >
Each winter, the Friends program solicits the staff of the UUA for support. This year, Gail Forsyth-Vail quickly responded to our request and was one of the first staff members to submit a pledge form. Read More >
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Last updated on Thursday, September 8, 2011.
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