The Unitary Universalist Community County of Door (UUFDC) celebrates its 25th anniversary by give back in Door County through a Matching Donation Campaign to support local associations because they meet critical needs.
The UUFDC 25th Anniversary Community Support Initiative will lead the Sunday collections designated for “community support” during each fiscal quarter of the anniversary year for the benefit of an organization identified by the Social justice committee for his service in the area of child care, food insecurity, housing or mental health. UUFDC will correspond to designated Sunday collections, until $ 2,500 per term, and it aims to do $ 25,000 in combined contributions during the anniversary year.
The Boys and Girls Club of Door County will be the first beneficiary.
“The Door County Boys and Girls Club does a great job in trying to address vulnerability children and youth in Door County by offering stimulating activities, cultural exhibits, adult supervision, role modeling and more ”, declared Henk Wolst, President of UUFDC.
Giving back is a tradition of UUFDC, with collections of every third sunday going to nonprofits that deal with child care, housing, racial justice, disaster relief, food insecurity and more.