‘Tis the Season to Support Union Church’s Charity Programs

Our friends at Union Church have announced two wintry ways to support their essential mission of serving the community with “unconditional love.”

The Church is raising funds for their Annual Coat Project, which provides quality coats and boots for children and adults experiencing homelessness in Boston. The program is especially urgent this year with the current housing and immigration crisis in Boston and the Commonwealth. Union Church “leans into dignified giving to buy for others what we would buy for our own.”

Every year, they set a high goal and achieve it with the help of donors from the Church and the community. This year, another $2,000 is needed to reach the goal!  Learn more here.

In addition, Union Church’s Christmas Gift Drive provides a seamless way to donate clothing, books, toys, and more to people in need. Here’s how to contribute.

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