New director of UU United Nations Office
Jim Nelson brings international experience to advocacy and educational organization.
Churches give away Sunday collection
Giving the entire nonpledge Sunday offering, every week, to charity increases giving and sense of community.
Churches relying on renewable energy sources
Wind, solar, and geothermal power in use or planned at several Unitarian Universalist churches.
140 congregations show Wal-Mart film
Many Unitarian Universalists join national economic justice campaign against retailer.
First UUA-UUSC grants to Gulf Coast groups
Four Louisiana and Mississippi community groups serve displaced and vulnerable people affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Unitarian Universalists work tirelessly to help the displaced residents of the Gulf Coast states.
UU-UNO funds African AIDS orphans
Program funds school in Ghana for children who lost parents to AIDS.
Structures of justice
Writing about the social justice work funded by Veatch Program grants led the author to a deeper appreciation of the need for structural change in society.
The Veatch story
A generous gift has provided millions for Unitarian Universalist and social justice programs.
New relief fund to help South Asia quake victims
October 8 earthquake devastated parts of Pakistan and India, killing tens of thousands.
Challenge grant to aid hurricane recovery
Shelter Rock's $500,000 matching grant could push the Gulf Coast Relief Fund over $3 million.
Minister fasts 30 days to protest Iraq war
Members of the First Unitarian Universalist Society in Syracuse, N.Y., joined the Rev. David Blanchard's fast for peace