Share the Plate

 October, 2014 

For the month of October, UCN shares the plate with Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County. Interfaith Caregivers of Ozaukee County's mission is to provide voluntary support services to seniors, as well as adults with disabilities, in Ozaukee County, allowing them to remain independent in their homes.


Interfaith is a faith-based, not-for-profit organization with a trained network of volunteers who assist senior citizens and disabled adults with their non-medical needs.  For more than twenty years, Interfaith has provided its services free of charge, regardless of the client's gender, race, economic status or religious affiliation.  Services provided include transportation to medical and therapy appointments, help with grocery-shopping and other errands, friendly visits and phone calls, assistance with paperwork and bills, light housekeeping, seasonal yard work, and minor home repairs.


For more information about Interfaith, please visit their website at www.interfaithozaukee.org.

 

Past Share the Plate Recipients


How to Nominate an Organization for Share the Plate

The Social Justice Committee needs and accepts nominations for Share the Plate throughout the year.  Please consider nominating a special program or agency you know about. A nomination form is available from the office.

Nominations for recipients of the SHARE THE PLATE offerings are open. If you would like to nominate your favorite non-profit program contact the church office. To nominate an organization, complete this form and return it to the church via email (info@ucnorth.org) or post:

Unitarian Church North
13800 North Port Washington
Mequon, WI 53097

Thank you!

UCN Social Justice Committee