Hurricane Florence Volunteer Opportunity

Cape Fear Habitat is scheduling volunteer opportunities for Hurricane Florence work over the next few weeks. The work will involve cleanup of flooded homes in Rocky Point/Burgaw area of Pender County, about three and a half hours from here. Out of town volunteers will be housed in Riley's Creek Baptist Church. Gus Preschle, a lead Volunteer for Habitat Forsyth is planning to help there next week from Wednesday, October 24 through Saturday, October 27 OR from Wednesday October 31 through Friday, November 2. Please contact him at exploor@triad.rr.com if you would like to ride share and participate. Or you can volunteer on your own at this web site https://capefearhabitat.volunteerhub.com/

Share the Plate - October - Imprints Cares

Imprints Cares is an early childhood education nonprofit, helping to break the cycle of poverty by giving children the early start they need in life. Imprints Cares provides families with the tools they need to raise children who are safe, healthy, and ready to learn. It also offers unique before and after school programs, summer enrichment, and tutoring services, which rely primarily on teachers who provide expanded learning in local schools to children in those schools. More information can be found at https://imprintscares.org/. All cash and designated checks (write “share” in the memo line) collected via the offering will be shared 50/50 with Imprints Cares during the month of October. sac@uufws.org

Very Vegetarian First Friday Potluck

Join the Ethical Eating committee and EcoSolutions for a  repeat of last spring’s delicious vegetarian potluck.  The potluck is part of our series of First Friday Potlucks, which is scheduled for October 5 at 6:30.  Bring your favorite plant based recipe and enjoy a feast that is good for you and good for our planet. Learn more here:  http://www.uufws.org/event/first-friday-potluck

Breeze Photo Directory and Online Portal Is Here!

Check your email, Fellowship Members and Supporters, for your personal invitation to Breeze. The current website directory is being upgraded to include pictures, and we need YOU to log in using the most current link in your email inbox. Check out the menu bar of the website for a handy way to log into your activated account, and for additional instructions. One of the best features of Breeze is the photo directory, but it's only useful if members and supporters activate accounts and actually upload pictures. Thanks to the 143 people who have activated their accounts, we're almost half way there! Look for the Breeze Help table in the foyer each Sunday. Volunteers are ready to help with technical support and to take your photo. Questions? Email Caron Armstrong at breeze@uufws.org.

Share the Plate - September 23

The Share the Plate Partner for Sunday, September 23rd, will be Amexcan North Carolina Farmworkers Justice -- a STP partner after Hurricane Matthew. This money will be designated for hurricane relief for farm workers who are not eligible for FEMA assistance because of their immigration status. All cash and designated checks collected via the offering will be donated to Amexcan for this one week only. Donations collected on September 30th will go to Interfaith WS. For more information, see: https://www.facebook.com/AMEXCAN-North-Carolina-Farmworker-Justice-Network-Program-183247438385389/ or contact sac@uufws.org.

Annual Fund Drive Is Now Underway!

Please check your email for a quick and easy way to pledge online. Just click, complete your name and pledge amount and voila! You're all done. But before you point and click, reach deep within and consider what this fellowship means to you. Your pledge is essential for sustaining the UUFWS - we are counting on you. Any and all pledges keep our doors open and allow us to continue to do important work within the community, and within/among ourselves. Thank you in advance!

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