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MooreUnity has plans for 2024, and we need your support to help make them happen! This includes co-sponsoring a Lunar New Year celebration, a Human Library Project, Moorestown's annual Juneteenth celebration, and the implementation of MooreBelonging, a campaign to celebrate the many ways our community is welcoming to folks with both physical and intellectual disabilities (including neurodivergencies). Our biggest expense is our liability insurance. Would you please support our on-going work?Giving Tuesday for MooreUnity
Our Stories brings together a diverse group of people for conversations on race and racism, and how, through sharing our stories, we can together build some peace and put an end to racism. Sign up here--Our next session begins soon!Register for Our Stories Here
Join us for an opportunity to "unjudge" someone at the Human Library Project to be held at the Moorestown Library. You will be able to have a one-on-one conversation with someone representing a group of people who are often stereotyped or marginalized. You'll have an opportunity to "not judge a book by its cover" by learning from this person's life experiences.Human Library Project
Join the GiveMoore group on Facebook! Similar to the Buy Nothing Project, rather than giving and receiving items, GiveMoore provides a chance to ask for or give help to others who need it in the form of service. (Bring someone a hot meal after surgery, help an elderly person move a heavy piece of furniture, offer to pick up a prescription for someone who is immobile, etc.)Join GiveMoore on Facebook
MooreUnity President Karen Reiner was named Moorestown's Citizen of the Year 2023 for her commitment to the community.
MooreUnity was issued a Mayoral Proclamation in 2019 for promoting peace & non-violence, working with other groups to provide resources on violence prevention & fostering dialogue across racial & ideological divides.
MooreUnity founders were honored by the Franklin Institute, Cherry Hill Mall & Sun Newspapers as local superheroes for contributions to the community 2019.