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.


  • Share the Plate with Rape Trauma Services 7/14

    July 11, 2019 Sunday, July 14, we are sharing the plate with Rape Trauma Services (RTS). RTS provides free crisis intervention services to over 1,100 survivors each year. RTS strives to eliminate all forms of violence, with a special focus on sexual assault and abuse. They provide comprehensive sexual assault services for survivors and their loved ones while working in the community to prevent and end the cycles of violence. Their mission includes educating residents and providers about sexual violence and abuse. more...
  • The March for Fossil Fuel Freedom

    February 13, 2019 March 16-18 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...
  • November 11 Share the Plate with Upward Scholars

    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! more...