Share the Plate for March: Black Votes Matter Institute of Community Engagement – Annual Civil Rights Tour 

Every month Second Unitarian donates one half of our offering to a local non-profit organization. March’s Share the Plate recipient is the Black Votes Matter Institute of Community Engagement – Annual Civil Rights Tour.

The Black Votes Matter Institute of Community Engagement informs, educates, and inspires the next generation of leaders through a highly interactive and engaged BVM Bus Tour to Memphis, Jackson, Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery, Tuskegee, and Atlanta. Donations contribute to scholarships for youth to attend. While focused on creating the next generation of youth for sustained change, the BVM Institute also conducts year around voter education, registration, and Get Out the Vote initiatives while raising the quality of life for all with an emphasis on the economically disadvantaged, diverse, and multi-ethnic populations. View this video to learn more about the Annual BVM Bus Tour.

Preston Love Jr is Founder & Executive Director of the Institute for Urban Development (4Urban.org), a trade name for the Black Votes Matter Institute of Community Engagement. Second Unitarian has supported the Black Votes Matter program for several years as exemplified by the banner on the north exterior wall of the church.

Please give generously to 2U’s Share the Plate offering to support the Black Votes Matter Institute and our church. Please mail checks to 2U at 3012 S. 119th Street, 68144. Put “Share the Plate” in the memo line. OR Try our online giving by clicking here.