Category: Community Care Opportunities

Share the Plate with the Kearney Center

The Pandemic has changed much in our community. What it has not changed is the need for shelter (both emergency and long-term) for the clients of the Kearney Center. In fact, the number of homeless in our community has increased. Some may think their small donation doesn’t mean much. That negative thought is incorrect. Every

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Share the Plate with Manna on Meridian

Your February 6 Share the Plate donations will support Manna on Meridian. A combined effort of five local churches, the food pantry has operated for 13 years here on Meridian Road. Manna was founded and continues to be possible because of the donations from member congregations; fueled by the love we feel for our neighbors, especially

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Share the Plate with the Educated Choices Program

The mission of the Educated Choices Program (ECP) is to educate middle school, high school, college students, and community members at large about the impact of their food choices in relation to human, and ecosystem health. By providing information from highly respected scientific sources and promoting respectful dialogue, participants are encouraged to think critically about

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“Justice, Equity, and Compassion in Human Relations”- 2nd Principle of Unitarian Universalists

The Kearney Center attempts to bring some Justice and Equity to the homeless population of Tallahassee.  In addition to providing emergency and temporary housing, meals, limited medical, dental, and mental healthcare, they facilitate training and education for job placement. UUCT can assist the Kearney Center by turning our compassion into tangible financial donations this month.  Donations for this month’s

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Help Shape Tallahassee’s Clean Energy Future

Community-wide Meetings are Scheduled for Early December to create a roadmap toward our community’s clean energy future, the City of Tallahassee is hosting another series of community meetings to provide an update on the planning process and seek the community’s input on next steps. To support community-wide participation, multiple dates and venues are available (both

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Donate to Elder Care Services

Elder Care Services is in need of non perishable food items for their food pantry.  Donated items can be dropped off or mailed to 2518 W Tennessee St. Tallahassee, FL 32304

Donate to Capital City Youth Services

Capital City Youth Services is in need of personal protective equipment, especially disposable masks for the street outreach team.  Donated items can be dropped off or mailed to 2407 Roberts Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32310

Donate to Big Bend Homeless Coalition

The Big Bend Homeless Coalition is in need of  bed and bath items (adult size blankets, twin sheets, bath towels and washcloths).  Personal hygiene items such as shampoos, soaps, and lotions are needed as well. Donations may be delivered to BBHC 2729 W Pensacola St, Tallahassee, FL 32304

Donate to Manna on Meridian

Manna on Meridian is always taking donations of the shelf stable food items listed below: Non sugar cereals Pasta sauce (plastic jars) Spaghetti Pasta Macaroni and cheese Peanut butter (plastic jars Canned veggies (green beans, corn, peas) Canned tuna Canned chicken Oatmeal (instant or quick Canned Soup Manna also has a “misc” table. In non-COVID times, guests go

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