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The October Split the Plate Partner – Move to Amend – Tuscaloosa

Move to Amend-Tuscaloosa is a local affiliate of Move to Amend, a national coalition of hundreds of organizations and over 460,000 individuals committed to social and economic justice, ending corporate rule, and building a vibrant democracy that is genuinely accountable to the people, not corporate interests. They are working to amend the U.S. Constitution to … Continued

The September Split the Plate Partner – Books to Prisons

Books to Prisons is a project of the Washington Peace Center in Washington. DC. Financial donations to the Washington Peace Center, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, are fully tax-deductible. By donating online to the DC Books to Prisons Project, you join their online community and will receive occasional emails about the project and ways … Continued

The August Split the Plate Partner – West Alabama AIDS Outreach

West Alabama AIDS Outreach (WAAO) is a nonprofit organization committed to educating the community about HIV/AIDS and providing services for those affected. They also advocate at national and local levels for funding to support those living with HIV/AIDS. WAAO social workers can offer a variety of services addressing both short and long-term needs. These include: … Continued

The July Split the Plate partner – Druid City Garden Project

The goal of the Druid City Garden Project is to create a network of school gardens that will foster healthier communities, engage students in learning, and increase access to healthy, sustainably-grown food. With a staff of eight and numerous volunteers, they run a series of programs at area schools using gardens as teaching tools. Using … Continued

The June Split-the-Plate Partner – Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl

For over 30 years the Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl has been serving meals to those in need in the Tuscaloosa area. Through a cooperative effort to help alleviate problems associated with poverty, the Community Soup Bowl is supported by five downtown Tuscaloosa churches. The Community Soup Bowl receives food donations from the West Alabama Food … Continued

Building improvements and repairs

Thanks to the Finance and Longrange Planning team for coordinating recent and ongoing repairs and building improvements: We have replaced the roof and the HVAC systems. A team of workers removed the sound panels in the sanctuary in preparation for painting to be carried out later in the summer. After the painting is complete we … Continued

Volunteer of the month: Lynn Snow

Congratulations to Lynn Snow, the UUCT volunteer of the month. This honor, which entitles you to the reserved parking spot, is bestowed upon you by the UUCT Board of Trustees. Although you have been with us a short time, you have blessed us with a wonderful opportunity for group meditation every Sunday morning at 9:15. … Continued