Congratulations to this year's selected organizations!
They are all doing such great work in our community.
January - March 2022 April - June 2022 July - September 2022
October - December 2022
Unity Spiritual Center of Lansing is a spiritual tithing community.
This means we donate 10% of all income to sources of our spiritual inspiration as a way of acknowledging that God is our one and only Source which comes to us through many channels.
We tithe to various Unity organizations – Silent Unity, Unity Worldwide Spiritual Institute, Unity Worldwide Ministries, Great Lakes Region of Unity Churches and sometimes to specific Unity churches.
We also tithe to organizations that bless and inspire us with their work. We call this Congregants' Choice. You nominate local charitable organizations that bless, inspire, and have a meaningful impact on you which supports you in your spiritual awakening. Every choice has gifted us even more than we have gifted them. We have tremendous love and dedication in the Lansing community, continually striving to support one another.
2023 Nominations will be due by Sunday, January 16th, 2023
January - March 2021 April - June 2021 July - September 2021
October to December 2021 will be share among these three choices
PREVIOUS YEARS' CONGREGANTS' CHOICES
2020 Recipients Choices are The Fledge for the 1st quarter and Haven House for the second quarter. The last six month's donation will be split among Punks with Lunch, Sunrise Movement and Rise Recovery program.
2019 Recipients Girls on the Run, Advent House, The Davies Project, as well as donations to the Women's Center and the American Foundation for the Prevention of Suicide. We also made a special donation to the SALUS Center.
Here's a link to some great information for navigating the healthcare system from The Davies Project.
2018 Recipients Meals on Wheels, Ronald McDonald House, The Foodbank, Justice in Mental Health and Allen Street Neighborhood Association
2017 Recipients Capitol Human Society, Homeless Angels, Metapeace and Sparrow Hospice. Donations were also made to City Rescue Center and Justice in Mental Health.