Covid-19 Info & Updates

UUS is currently in Phase One of our Covid-19 reopening plan.
The building is closed, and Sunday services are being streamed via Zoom at 10 a.m. Read more »

UUS relies on donations to fund our activities and fulfill our mission. UUS gladly accepts gifts towards our operating budget, as well as for established restricted funds and endowments. 

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Give by check

Cash or check gifts can be mailed to the UUS office at 2355 Oakdale Road, Coralville, IA 52241. Please make all checks payable to UUS or the Unitarian Universalist Society, and put the purpose of the gift in the memo line.

Make a pledge

UUS holds an annual stewardship campaign to raise pledges toward our operating budget for the upcoming year. Pledges can be fulfilled at any point in the year by whatever method you prefer (online payment, cash/check, stock transfer, etc).

If you would like to make a formal pledge to UUS, you can print and mail in a pledge form. If you are a member or friend with an account in Realm (our congregational management system) you can alternatively create your pledge in Realm on your own.

Other types of giving

UUS gladly accepts other forms of donations, including stock transfers, IRA distributions, and legacy gifts/bequests. Other types of gifts, including goods and services, real estate, or other forms of tangible property, will only be accepted with approval from the Board of Trustees. 

Contact the Congregational Administrator for our stock brokerage account information, EIN, or if you have questions on other ways to donate. 

Restricted funds & endowments

UUS maintains a number of restricted funds and endowments to support specific purposes and campaigns. For a list of our established funds and endowments and their purposes, contact the Congregational Administrator. Requests to create a new restricted fund or endowment must be approved by the Board of Trustees. 

Tax information

UUS urges all prospective donors to seek the assistance of personal legal and financial advisors in matters relating to their gifts, including the resulting tax and estate planning consequences. UUS will provide an end-of-year tax receipt for all gifts, or earlier by request to the office.