Share The Plate

On the third Sunday of each month, Columbine UU Church “shares the plate” with a non-profit beneficiary. Information about this agency is available in E-blasts and by way of an insert in the Order of Service beginning on the second Sunday of each month. If you are unable to attend the service and would like to contribute, mail or deliver your cash or check  to the church.  If writing a check make it to Columbine UU Church with the notation, “STP” in the memo line.” Pledge payments will not be shared.  The slideshow above shows some of the organizations we have shared our plate with over the years.

Thanks for your generosity! 

March Share the Plate Recipient: Denver Indian Family Resource Center

The DIFRC has been an established Denver non-profit since 1983. Their mission statement is “to empower our youth, families and community through self- determination, cultural identity and education.”
Many native families come to the Center seeking economic stability, education, and security for their families. They serve as a clearinghouse for a wide variety of information and resources, while maintaining diverse cultural underpinnings of tribal individuals. Other programs include youth activities encouraging education, sports and cultural understanding, elder care, resources for veterans, and a food bank. Powwows and other community activities find their source and energy at DIFRC.
If you are unable to attend the service on March 18, but would like to contribute, please mail or deliver your cash or a check with the notation, “DIFRS – STP” in the memo line. Pledge payments will not be shared.