We work for justice, equity and compassion in our relationships and systemic change in our society. We know that economic inequality carries a thousand injustices, from homelessness to low-wage worker exploitation to mass incarceration. Economic inequality also disproportionately impacts people of color. A better world is possible, and we strive to be part of the solution.
- Rowland-Mcferrin House
- Interfaith Hospitality Network
- Pat’s Pantry
GUUF Group Build (Habitat for Humanity) – Our volunteers will be working on October 19 and November 23, 2019.
IHN: Break out the bunny slippers, as we join United Ministries in hosting homeless families here at GUUF the week of November 3-10. The IHN Program is a powerful outreach program, touching the lives of people in our community right now and we need YOU to volunteer. Sign up at GUUF IHN Sign up. If you have questions please contact our IHN Coordinator Lesley Lindstedt-Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org or 864-322-3018.
SAVE THE TREES: Please sign up to water the 4 trees that were planted last Fall at the Rowland McFerrin House. To help, please use this link SignUpGenius – Mobile
RESULTS: WHAT YOU CAN DO TO END POVERTY. Are you interested in ending poverty? Would you like to help direct billions of dollars of funding to do so? On Sunday, October 6 — immediately following the Eat and Greet — come to a meeting for persons interested in how to become effective advocates locally at ending poverty nationally and globally. Members of the local chapter of RESULTS (including GUUFers) will introduce you to RESULTS and the powerful tools we use to influence Congress. RE Commons (downstairs) at 12:30 pm, Sunday, October 6. There’ll be at least one game. With prizes. Contacts: Begoña Caballero and Jim Hennigan.