Traditionally UUCWC collects Thanksgiving Baskets for HomeFront families this time of year. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to gather the baskets at UUCWC and deliver them for you due to the pandemic. We hope that you continue the tradition and provide the items listed … read more.
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The Loaves and Fishes project began this year with a few new ideas. Volunteers from the UU Congregation of Princeton took a new look at the menu of food that we’ve been providing for many years. Perhaps it could be more nutritious and more economical. … read more.
Making a donation of diapers and non-perishable food items to HomeFront really easy!! Bonnie Ruekgauer, member of the Food Ministry Planning Team found a big blue donation bin – like the kind you see for clothing and shoes – next to the loading dock in … read more.
During these uncertain times, our community’s needs are greater than ever. As you know our church building is closed in response to the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) pandemic. The closing puts our Food Ministry at a standstill. We are not allowed to cook our scheduled meals … read more.
HomeFront, our longtime partner, is experiencing unprecedented challenges due to the dramatic societal changes brought about by the current Pandemic. Connie Mercer, HomeFront Founder & CEO, has estimated a $650,000 deficit by mid-May!
In response to this emergency, UUCWC will be donating a $1500 … read more.
Loaves and Fishes 2020 – March 27 & 28
For more than 30 years, UUCWC and the Princeton UU Congregation have joined together to feed 600 working poor and homeless people once per year.
There are two phases to this effort:
On Friday night March … read more.
Loaves and Fishes Reimagined
We’re reimagining our contribution to Loaves and Fishes. They’ve asked us to provide a dessert since we aren’t able to prepare our traditional meal.
We’ll need as many batches of brownies as we can gather.
Make it a family homeschooling project. … read more.
UUCWC’s Food Ministry provides about 300 meals each month to those in need. We can’t do it without YOUR help.