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Together we can do what no congregation can do alone. The needs of all of our congregations—whether historic or newly chartered, urban or rural, small, midsize, or large in size—are widely varied and changing. However, each benefits from the collective strength and support of the whole community of Unitarian Universalists. In association, none of our congregations are alone, for we build our Unitarian Universalist community together.
The gifts given to support one another through the Annual Program Fund (APF) constitute nearly 50% of the Unitarian Universalist Association’s (UUA’s) unrestricted income, directly impacting the Association’s capacity to grow and improve the diverse programs and services offered to congregations. Below are just a few of the many services and resources that the Unitarian Universalist Association provides to your congregation, supported in part by the continued generosity of congregations to the Annual Program Fund.
This vision has been brought to life through the gifts shared by every one of the congregations joined together in covenant within this liberal religious tradition. Every member congregation is asked to pledge and contribute each year to the Annual Program Fund. Your APF contributions make it possible to continue to develop and refine these essential resources and services to all of our congregations.
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For more information contact apf @ uua.org.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations.
Please consider making a donation today.
Last updated on Wednesday, July 13, 2011.
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