OPEN PLATE COLLECTION on April 30th will be donated to PLANNED PARENTHOOD. The UUFWC has contributed consistently to this organization which we believe to be an important leader in providing a wide range of health care services for women, as well as valuable teaching tools for parents and educators. Birth control services provide a first line of defense … Continued
This month, we are collecting toilet paper. Cash donations are always welcome. Make checks payable to People to People and place in labeled jar on the rear table.
SPECIAL OFFER! One of our members has generously offered to provide matching funds during our annual pledge drive. IF your current annual pledge is $0 to $499, and you increase your pledge for the next fiscal year, you can ‘double your money’. Here are examples of how it works: – You pledge $300 now. You increase … Continued
We ask you to carefully consider your financial commitment to the UUFWC for the next fiscal year. Think about the bridges the UUFWC has helped you build and the ones you would like to create. Click here to pledge
Save the date: This annual FUNdraiser will be held June 23 & 24. It’s a great way to practice our 7th principle and get to know people. Start cleaning out those closets and stay tuned for details. If you’d like to help in planning or organizing the sale, contact Mary Wicks
Following their successful Cocoa House, the members of Youth Community would like to share the following, in appreciation: Thank you for coming to Cocoa House and bringing your positive energy. We appreciate all of the time and talents that you donated. Thank you to the Music Committee for helping with the auction, doing sound, donating and selling … Continued
On March 26, our Open Plate collection will go to CAMO – Central American Medical Outreach. This Orrville organization collects medical supplies and brings medical expertise to Honduras. With this donation we reach far beyond our local boundaries.
Board president, Tony Beery, made a presentation on Sunday the 12th about the financial future of the fellowship. Click here to review his slides.
Our Open Plate will be collected this Sunday the 29th for One Eighty, an organization which helps many in our community who are suffering from the debilitating effects of drug and alcohol abuse. In addition One Eighty offers programs and shelter for those who have been victims of physical abuse. Our donations are much needed!
Caring for parents? Partners? Others? This group will have it’s initial meeting on Tuesday, January 31 from 7:30-9:00. We become stronger by sharing our stories, resources, hopes and fears. Questions? Contact Elaine Strawn.