Please contact David Vita or call 203.227.7205 x14 if you’re interested in more information regarding these programs.
Cell Phone Recycling: Everyonewho has a cell phone eventually gets a new one. Why not recycle your old phone and generate income for our youth social action programs?
Connecticut Food Bank: We collect food every Sunday for the Connecticut Food Bank, over 3,000 pounds last year.
REEL Justice Film series: The REEL Justice Film Series began in December, 2007 and continues to offer thought provoking, award-winning feature, foreign, indy, and documentary social justice films every month. The films are often connected with the work of our social action committees.
Share the Plate: The first Sunday of the month we split our collection plate with a local social service organization. What could be better than selecting a local community organization that is the recipient of funds that literally “drop from the sky?”
Homes with Hope: Monthly food preparation for the Homes with Hope soup kitchen.
Project ReEntry: November/December toy and clothing collection for children of inmates.
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee: Started in 1939 to help rescue victims of Nazi oppression, the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) (www.uusc.org) continues to work for human rights and social justice throughout the world by protecting civil liberties and democratic processes, defending the rights of vulnerable people affected by disasters; protecting the right to safe, affordable drinking water and advancing workers’ rights, including the right to a living wage.