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The Sequoia High School Dream Club’s mission is to help create limitless educational opportunities for undocumented students and our contribution goes directly to the club’s scholarship fund. Our funds help Dream Club graduates continue their educations after high school.
Two Dream Club members will speak during … read more.
Puente serves coastal towns from Pescadero north to La Honda, focusing on equitable access to education, health, and economic security. Their programs focus on farm workers, young children, seniors, low-income families and first-generation college students. Puente came together when Rev. Wendy Taylor (formerly of the … read more.
Faith in Action Bay Area, faithinactionba.org, is a network of congregations and community leaders working to uphold the dignity of all people. Through community organizing, it develops shared leadership, promotes civic engagement, and lifts up faith values in order to confront … read more.
The Social Action Committee will hold an election in May to choose 10 organizations to receive a ‘Share the Plate’ collection in the coming year: July 2021 through June 2022.
To be eligible to receive a special collection, the group must be a 501(c)3 charitable organization … read more.
On Sunday, January 17, our UU Felllowship will donate the offering through it’s “Share The Plate” program to the Sequoia High School Dream Club. The Sequoia Dream Club’s mission is to help create limitless educational opportunities for undocumented students, and our donation will go directly … read more.
HIP Housing is the recipient for December’s Share the Plate offering, and it’s a great opportunity to help support affordable housing in San Mateo County. Chris Sturken is a Community Outreach Specialist at HIP and will be joining us during the Zoom service to talk about … read more.
This Sunday, November 15, our community offering will go to the GRIP Training Institute, a non-profit organization serving incarcerated people in California. This will be our Fellowship’s third year “sharing the plate” with GRIP, and I am grateful to our community for supporting an organization … read more.
Send Vote-By-Mail Postcards to Voters in Texas
Reclaim Our Vote is sending postcards to Hispanic voters in Texas who are over age 65 to let them know how to apply to Vote By Mail for the July 14 primary. This allows them to vote from the … read more.
Every October 11 on Coming Out Day, people around the nation step forward in support of LGBTQ+ civil rights. Whether you are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, self-identify in other ways, or come out as a straight ally, raise your voice and your pride October … read more.