The FUSF Stewardship Committee gathers resources necessary to keep the flame of FUSF alive now and into the future.

Through communication, education, and outreach, the Stewardship Committee fosters a sense of ownership and community in the congregation. This, in turn, builds a growing generosity within the congregation to support the mission of FUSF. Additionally, the Stewardship Committee plans and manages the annual pledge drive, during which members and friends commit their financial support for the coming year.

Making a Pledge Is Key

FUSF is funded by all of its members and friends. With pledged financial support, FUSF provides a spiritual haven for congregants and their families. WIth this support, we continue to work for love, justice, and peace in our world. A financial pledge is one of the responsibilities of membership, although allowances are made for those undergoing financial hardship.

How Much Is Enough?

We each experience our own economic realities, and each of us wants to give our fair share. To assess your commitment, the UUA has developed a Fair Share Contribution Guide. Ultimately, members and friends need to assess for themselves how valuable FUSF is to them and their families. For more guidance and information on giving, please contact Doug Randall,

How Do I Pledge?

Fill out a pledge form. One will be included in your pledge packet sent out during the annual pledge drive, or you may ask for one. This information informs the FUSF budget for the coming year. Returning the pledge form promptly is appreciated, and contributes to the mission of FUSF.


Stewardship Committee: Ari Alpert, Doug Randall (Co-Chairs) Dave Bouchard, Sue Sheridan, Charlie Gravina, Kathy Hulin