Below are the public statements, correspondence and projects taken on by the Social Action Committee on behalf of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Redwood City.
- June 12, 2020
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 safety of their homes. They have the option of requesting to Vote By Mail for the November election at the same time. The postcards are bilingual, written in both English and Spanish.
Texas is a voter suppression state, and they do not make it easy to vote. Only voters 65 and older can vote by ... more...
- July 11, 2019
At our December 1st service, we donated $2,106 to Insight-Out’s Guiding Rage into Power program (GRIP).
“What a tremendous outpouring of support! I am so grateful not only for your generous financial contributions, but also for the way you welcomed our guests and opened your hearts to the message and to the work of peacemaking, GRIP-style. And finally, I am grateful for the opportunity to share the lessons I have learned from GRIP over the years so that we could experience how in giving, we also receive.” – Tovis Page
“Last Sunday’s service was immensely uplifting and ... more...
- February 13, 2019
We all know the climate crisis is rapidly worsening, far outpacing progress toward a renewable and sustainable future. It’s time to stop the fossil-fuel industry and its allies from continuing to wreck our planet.
The Fossil Fuel Freedom March from Palo Alto to San Francisco aims to call attention to big banks — especially Wells Fargo — that are funding the continued development of fossil fuel pipelines.
The events start with an evening kick-off rally at Palo Alto’s Unitarian Church on Friday evening, March 15. The actual march starts from the Town & Country Center on El Camino in ... more...
- October 20, 2018 Bring your checkbook to support Upward Scholars (formerly Sequoia Adult School Scholars, SASS). Upward Scholars helps adult immigrants furthering their education at community college by taking ESL or more advanced courses. Upward Scholars helps pay for textbooks and bus passes and has already helped 345 students in 2018. They also provides tutors – six members of the UU Fellowship of Redwood City are tutoring Upward Scholars students.
It is a wonderful organization!