New England Region

  • MeMe Bear Cares Initiative
    Crowdfunding Completed: 04/19/2015
    Amount Funded: $0
    Posted by: The Esther Coalition

    Our mission is to empower and educate families who love and care for children with severe disabilities by offering compassion based, direct advocacy and supportive services with dignity and integrity.

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  • Youth Scholarship(s) for our Service and Learning Trip to Appalachia
    Crowdfunding Completed: 04/10/2015
    Amount Funded: $1710
    Posted by: First Parish Hingham, MA

    Family finances should not prevent UU Youth from service and learning opportunities. Hingham Massachusetts is a well-to-do community, but not everyone has the same resources. We want to assure that low-wealth teens can participate fully in our service and learning trip to Appalachia.

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  • Sycamore Community Garden Project
    Crowdfunding Completed: 08/24/2014
    Amount Funded: $0
    Posted by: Ms. Cheryl Bourassa

    Please help to ensure that more low income families can grow their own fresh, organic produce by helping the Sycamore Community Garden Project to expand.

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  • UUnited Youth Ministry
    Crowdfunding Completed: 08/23/2014
    Amount Funded: $15820
    Posted by: First Parish Church in Taunton (and six other UU Churches)

    UUnited is a Regional Youth Group of seven local area congregations. Our goal is to inspire youth to shape their own and each other's values, provide service to others and create worship, all the while maintaining their UU identity and experiencing the awesome potential of love dwelling at the center of our faith. The money raised will be used to fund a Youth Group Coordinator who facilitates communication, administers the program and engages actively with youth to identify and develop effective and resonant leadership.

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  • The (Next) Lucy Stone Cooperative!
    Crowdfunding Completed: 08/23/2014
    Amount Funded: $11358
    Posted by: Unitarian Universalist Community Cooperatives

    The Lucy Stone Co-op has been providing an intentional, multigenerational affordable housing grounded in Unitarian Universalist values and tradition since 2010. Now, it’s time for The (Next) Lucy Stone Co-op!

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  • Spiritual Activist Leadership Training (SALT)
    Crowdfunding Completed: 08/23/2014
    Amount Funded: $5092
    Posted by: UU Mass Action

    The Spiritual Activist Leadership Training program empowers UU young adults to engage in cultivating peace and justice through faith-based relationship building, action, and reflection.

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  • Firewalking
    Crowdfunding Completed: 08/08/2014
    Amount Funded: $0
    Posted by: Tony Lorenzen

    Firewalking is a deep spiritual formation program for Unitarian Universalists called to missional life and ministry. The purpose of Firewalking is transformation. We define transformation as a substantial change in one’s being and way of moving through the world, especially in terms of being better able to live a life on fire for one’s core values and beliefs. Our goal is to build a critical mass of practitioners of Unitarian Universalist missional spirituality.

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  • The Sanctuary Boston: Build a Bridge of Hope
    Crowdfunding Completed: 08/08/2014
    Amount Funded: $10837
    Posted by: Sanctuary Boston

    Help support The Sanctuary Boston as we move into our third year of worship, and strive to realize our full potential as a community of creative, transformative possibility.

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  • Partnering for Housing and Hope: Hartland to New Haven Youth Mission Trip
    Crowdfunding Completed: 07/24/2014
    Amount Funded: $400
    Posted by: Hartland Churches Youth Group/First Universalist Society of Hartland, VT

    Youth and adult volunteers from the First Universalist Society of Hartland, VT and the First Congregational Church of Hartland, VT travel each year to New Haven, CT, where we partner with three local agencies to work to support housing, community development, and social services networks.

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