When you donate to KVUUC, you practice generosity and support the work we do to create love, justice, and peace in the world. We receive no financial support beyond that offered by members and friends. You can donate several ways.


Regular Offerings


Online Via Breeze

Donate online using a Credit/Debit Card OR Checking Transfer (ACH):


By Mail

Mail a check payable to KVUUC to:
KVUUC
400 N Anderson St
Ellensburg, WA 98926


Pledging

If you are a member of KVUUC, or even someone who is not a member but wants to help, we invite you to become a Fair Share Giver using the Fair Share Contribution Guide developed by the UUA (found at https://www.uua.org/files/pdf/f/fair_share_contribution_guide.pdf). Fair Share Givers commit between 2 percent and 10 percent of their household income, based on their ability to give and their commitment to our church. We build our annual budget based on these financial commitments.
Mail this Pledge Form to:
KVUUC
400 N Anderson St
Ellensburg, WA 98926


Bequests and Memorial Gifts

Whether you are writing your first will or updating an existing one, we hope you’ll include a gift to KVUUC in your plans. You can use your will to give a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or a specific item, such as real estate. No gift is too small. Email us if you would like to receive sample bequest language to include in your will or to share with your attorney.

 


Special Offerings


Chalice Lighters

The Chalice Lighter Program brings Unitarian Universalists together to help neighboring UU congregations in the Pacific Northwest grow and thrive. Grants are funded exclusively by contributions from over 1500 people who participate as Chalice Lighters. KVUUC has received Chalice Lighter grants to fund our updated audiovisual system. When 30% of our congregation participates, we become eligible to apply for a Chalice Lighter grant. More info at Cascadia Chalice Lighters

or donate online here.


UUSC

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee advances human rights at risk because of criminalization, displacement, and humanitarian crises. More info at UUSC.