Organizational Development

  • I Am UU: Innovative Liberal Religious Outreach
    Crowdfunding Completed: 01/03/2018
    Amount Funded: $0
    Posted by: Thomas Earthman

    Raising the money to create a full-time paid position out of running the most popular UU-themed social media ministry.

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  • Funding Resilience at UU Community Coops
    Crowdfunding Completed: 11/29/2017
    Amount Funded: $8800
    Posted by: UU Community Coops

    We are installing 47 solar panels on our two homes and starting an emergency fund for UUCC members facing financial hardship.

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  • Covenanted Communities, Incarnating Justice
    Crowdfunding Completed: 11/22/2017
    Amount Funded: $15650
    Posted by: Sacred Fire

    Building and training a nationwide team of leaders to plant covenanted communities of interdependence and solidarity.

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  • Launchpad: Fund, Coach, and Support Liberating Faith!
    Crowdfunding Completed: 06/30/2017
    Amount Funded: $16177
    Posted by: Launchpad

    Launchpad harnesses all the energy in liberating faith to create and support sustainable ministries that touch and transform real lives.

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  • The Global Majorities Collective: a UU POC Project
    Crowdfunding Completed: 04/29/2017
    Amount Funded: $10410
    Posted by: DRUUMM (DIVERSE & REVOLUTIONARY UU MULTICULTURAL MINISTRIES)

    The Global Majorities Collective, a new project of DRUUMM, is an experiment in creating a new UU culture, BY and FOR People of Color.

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  • First Ever National Humanist Clergy Collaboratory
    Crowdfunding Completed: 12/29/2016
    Amount Funded: $1763
    Posted by: Washington Ethical Society

    Humanists are served by so many movements—Unitarian Universalism, Ethical Culture, Humanistic Judaism, and more—yet the clergy of those movements rarely work together; in fact, they barely even know each other! We want to change that, so that the humanists of the future can be better served, better connected, and better able to act for justice in the world.

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  • The Sanctuary Boston: Deepening Our Community
    Crowdfunding Completed: 11/28/2016
    Amount Funded: $5060
    Posted by: The Sanctuary Boston

    Thanks to a matching grant from The Woburn Fund, your generous gift will go twice as far to help The Sanctuary Boston expand! We believe that everyone deserves to experience beloved community, and we need your help to take our community building beyond worship and more fully into people’s lives. Faithify is an all-or-nothing funding site, so help us rise to the challenge of raising at least $5000 to grow our community!

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  • Sabbatical Minister
    Crowdfunding Completed: 08/15/2016
    Amount Funded: $5000
    Posted by: First Unitarian Universalist church of Nashville

    We'd like to bring Meghann Robern's salary to a fair amount as she covers for our lead minister while she is on sabbatical. Meghann has served us as an unpaid intern for the past year.

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  • Bring Bill Schultz to SE Florida
    Crowdfunding Completed: 06/30/2016
    Amount Funded: $0
    Posted by: Southeast UU Cluster

    The SE Florida Cluster is excited to bring Rev. Dr. Bill Schultz to Southeast Florida. He is uniquely qualified to talk about the future of Unitarian Universalism from his perspective as Past President of the UUA, the Past President of Amnesty International USA, and the current President and CEO of the UUSC. He will address “Where Are We Going? And How Do We Get There?” Over the past 35 years, Bill has led Unitarian Universalists to work toward a future living our Seven Principles.

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  • Chicago UU Young Adults Putting Faith into Action
    Crowdfunding Completed: 12/23/2015
    Amount Funded: $10660
    Posted by: Peoples Church of Chicago

    Chicago Chalice Connection is a ministry of Unitarian Universalist young adults in the Chicagoland area joining in supportive community to cultivate spiritual/religious growth and engage in local struggles for justice. We ask for your support as we grow…

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