MFSA Participates in Give OUT Day – Please Help

give out daySince 1907, MFSA has been a leader in both the UMC and broader society for progressive issues like peace, integration, women’s reproductive health, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender equality.

In the upcoming weeks, we have a great opportunity.  Thanks to the work of Bolder Giving and the Razoo Foundation, MFSA will be participating in Give OUT Day – a day of concentrated giving for organizations working in the field of LGBT advocacy.  MFSA has worked tirelessly for the rights of LGBT people in The United Methodist Church.  MFSA continues to do so by housing (and currently funding) the position of Coalition Coordinator for the Love Your Neighbor Coalition – 10 caucus groups within The United Methodist Church seeking a change in the denomination’s policies and practices around human difference.  Likewise, MFSA is currently working with an interfaith network of agencies to encourage elected representatives to co-sponsor the Employment Non-Discrimination Act when it comes to Congress later this year.

Please consider a donation to MFSA on Give OUT Day to help us continue our advocacy work. Give OUT Day is great for two reasons:

  • There are incentive prizes for organizations with the highest dollar amount raised and for the most individual donation units. This means YOUR GIFT OF ANY AMOUNT can help us reach an incentive level!
  • You don’t have to wait until May 15 to commit. If you go right now to http://giveout.razoo.com/story/Methodist-Federation-For-Social-Action and make your pledge – then on May 15 your donation will be processed! It’s really that easy

Thank you for considering a gift to MFSA for our work of justice and advocacy. And thank you for all you do to make the world a better place.

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