These letters were shared by Connie Sandell/Missions

The Mission Team would like to share excerpts from four letters with you to inspire hope and gratitude and know that our gifts are useful and appreciated. Complete thank you letters received in 2022 can be found on the church’s various bulletin boards:
Wisconsin Foundation UCC – “We’d like to express our deepest thanks for your wonderful gift of $5,031.48 to the Disaster Ministries Fund in support of Ukrainian Refugees.  Your contribution well help these refugees through our international partner, Church World Service.  We’re meeting the short-term emergency needs of Ukrainians who fled the war zone:  logistics, housing, food.  We will also begin addressing the long-term needs caused by the war.  Your generous gift makes you a part of this work.”
Friedens, a network of food pantries – “Thank you for standing with the families we serve in challenging times.  Your generous gift of $500 helped provide much needed food and basic supplies to our community members.  Thanks to you, peace and dignity were restored in someone’s life.  We can’t thank you enough for all you do to support Friedens!”
Easterseals Southeast Wisconsin – “On behalf of the individuals who are touched by Easterseals programs and services, our heartfelt appreciation for your interest in our organization and generous donation of $500 toward our Safe Babies Healthy Families Program.  Please know that this gift will directly fund the support we provide at-risk babies, toddlers, and their families so they can live a life free from abuse and neglect.”
Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin – “Thank you for your generous contribution of $500.  This year we will work with you to conserve Wisconsin’s legacy places – the special lands and waters that harbor our native plants and animals; connect people to nature – through our Wisconsin Master Naturalist Program and naturalist-led field trips; save our wildlife – to recover and protect Wisconsin’s most imperiled wildlife including birds, bats, butterflies, reptiles and amphibians; and build conservation endowments – so Wisconsin lands, waters and wildlife can be protected in perpetuity.”
Follow us: