Social Justice Overview
Together we act in love – rooted in our principles and in our community, we find the energy and commitment to live our social justice values.
Everyone has a skill to bring to our table. You can serve a meal; advocate for those without a voice; support our Dreamers at Pioneer Elementary; there are so many ways to be part of our efforts. Stand on the Side of Love with us!
Want to get involved? Have an idea for a project? Email Social Justice Council and let’s talk.
Check out what social justice events and actions are coming up!
Here are social justice actions you can join:
- CROP Walk
We have walked as a team in the CROP Hunger Walk for 16 years, raising over $55,000 to help alleviate hunger.
- Boulder Shelter for the Homeless
We help prepare and serve dinners once a month. Sign up each month on the list located on the social justice bulletin board.
- Boulder Valley Community Action Network (BVCAN)
BVCAN works with Together Colorado, a statewide advocacy group, on diverse advocacy projects such as medical insurance for children in Boulder County, immigration reform and action, and mental health advocacy.
- Racial Justice CommuniTeam
We educate ourselves and our community on racial issues; we coordinate educational and advocacy activities at the Fellowship and in our community, to foster awareness of the institution of racism, and to help us use our race privilege for healing and equality.
- Immigration Justice Task Force
We educate our congregation about immigration issues, and coordinate activities promoting equality and fairness for immigrants in our community.
- Emergency Family Assistance Association
Our congregation donates supplies for temporary housing to this Boulder non-profit. Donations can be placed in our basket near the Welcome Table in the foyer. In addition, BVUUF sponsors the Mitten Tree during the winter holidays, collecting mittens, scarves, and hats for EFAA. A group knits items for the tree and families bring at least one item to be placed on it by our children during early December. We also dedicate the collection that Sunday to EFAA.
- Green Congregation
Looking for folks to be part of this initiative!
- Interfaith AIDS Coalition (IAC) Looking for folks to be part of this initiative!
The Interfaith Aids Council includes Boulder County Aids Project. We hold annual food drives for BCAP, including an Easter can hunt.
- I Have A Dream
The I Have A Dream/Bilingue Pioneer/Eagle Class support team works with the I Have a Dream Foundation of Boulder County to facilitate the “adoption” of a new class of Dreamers at Pioneer Elementary School as well as recruit sponsors, mentors, and tutors for Pioneer Dreamers from the Fellowship. At this time the Fellowship supports a student throughout his/her school years by funding aid through specific Sunday offerings. Our Fellowship volunteers can be placed in St. Vrain and Boulder Valley after-school programs to tutor low income students. Training is provided.
- Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC) Looking for folks to be part of this initiative!
Our congregation supports UUSC with donations, the sale of holiday cards and Equal Exchange products at the Unity Plaza table each Sunday, and participation in the Guest at Your Table donation boxes during the holiday season.
- Welcoming Congregation Looking for folks to be part of this initiative!
The Welcoming Congregation initiative promotes the Fellowship’s commitment to the LGBTQ+ community through campaigns focused on education within our Unitarian Universalist communities, and support of Pridefest and other efforts among the wider public initiated by LGBTQ+ people.
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