Universal Life Church Monastery of Massachusetts (ULCMM) announced today they are using the FUNDSZ donation membership program to help the Homeless, students, and veterans.
Universal Life Church Monastery of Massachusetts director C. Webb says they’ve always wanted to find a permanent home for the Universal Life Church Monastery of Massachusetts to further the work they do helping the Homeless, students, and veterans. She is excited about raising the necessary funds using this new fundraising technique. The current building ULCMM is seeking is located in Fall River, Massachusetts.
FUNDZ allows individuals to support a cause or organization through monthly donations. Individuals can donate $10 or o$30 monthly to support ULCMM by signing up at https://fundsz.com/ulcmm_hq.
Full details about the program can be seen here
ULCMM is seeking $450,000 to purchase a church in Fall River, Massachusetts to serve students, individuals experiencing housing insecurity, and veterans. Our mission is to serve everyone regardless of race, religion, status or need. You can help with a monthly donation of $10 or $30 for at least 1 year. FUNDSZ allows our supporters to leverage their donations through passive income. Please consider supporting us so that we may continue to help people all over the United States.
About Universal Life Church Monastery of Massachusetts
Universal Life Church Monastery of Massachusetts was founded in 2010 and is a 501(c)(3) organization that serves people in need in Massachusetts. ULCMM is known for helping others. Reach us via email at email@example.com or join our community on Facebook. ULCMM offers courses, workshops, group help and live streams to assist individuals experiencing housing insecurity and food insecurity.
The platform utilizes revolutionary blockchain technology that empowers individuals, charities and organizations to raise recurring, unrestricted and sustainable income. The platform is decentralized and publicly available to view on the corresponding blockchain.
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