Prairie Unitarian Universalist Society gives half its Sunday Offering to nonprofit organizations in the Madison community to help support their important work in our community. This commitment extends how Prairie UU Society shares our resources to socially important organizations in Madison, WI.
Half our offering goes to a different nonprofit each quarter. In 2019, these nonprofits are:
The Catalyst Project recognizes parents as their child’s first, and most important, teachers and works to support and partner with parents in this role.
The Tenant Resource Center is a nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to promoting positive relations between rental housing consumers (tenants) and providers (landlords) throughout Wisconsin.
Allied Wellness Center is a neighborhood center with the purpose of promoting health and wellness of the mind, body
Street Pulse Newspaper provides an income and outlet for marginalized Madison residents.
Collections from the shared offering in 2018 totaled $3,670: Tenant Resource Center $835, Project Respect $879, Allied Wellness $1058, and The Beacon House $899.