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UUSC works with local organizations to help victims of Hurricane Matthew

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

Contact: Charlot Barker    E-mail: uusc


UUSC does charity the UU way. We empower people. UUSC is our charity. Because it receives no government or faith-based support, it is funded through individual memberships and acts independently. UUSC goes around the world to do social justice work where others fear to tread and does so by partnering with local organizations in those areas.

We participate in the annual Guest at Your Table membership drive, the holiday card sale, Justice Sunday, and as-needed humanitarian collections.

UUSC advances human rights through grassroots collaboration. In 15 countries throughout the world, UUSC fosters social justice and works toward a world free from oppression. UUSC’s innovative approaches and measurable impact are grounded in the belief that all people have inherent power, dignity, and rights.


Current Strategic Priorities

Crisis Response

UUSC partners with those whose
access to aid is most limited, supporting frontline communities as they
rebuild their lives.

Climate-forced Displacement

UUSC focuses on advancing and
protecting the rights of populations at risk of displacement caused by
slow-onset climate impacts.

Central American Migrant Justice

UUSC focuses on safety in
Central America, safety on the migrant trail, and human rights in the
American immigration system.


Get Involved with UUSC Now

  • For more information go to UUSC.org.
  • To find out the many ways you can get involved with UUSC, click HERE.
  • To join or renew your membership, click HERE…but please remember to list our congregation in the appropriate field.
  • To donate in response to a specific disaster, click HERE.
  • To sign up to receive alerts about urgent advocacy opportunities, UUSC’s monthly e-newsletter, and other updates, click HERE.
  • To learn about the UU College of Social Justice, click HERE.