Our Work

NH Community Bail Fund

UUANH takes freedom seriously, and knows that we can’t be free if our family and friends are in cages. Decarceration is the work of getting people out

To help people get off of and stay out of cages, we incubate projects, such as the NH Bail and Bond Fund and the Nashua Host Home Network, in which NH residents work together to meet the needs of immigrants in the Granite State.

UUANH is a member of the NH Immigrant Solidarity Network, which advocates for policies changes at the state and federal level in support of immigrants.

Climate Justice

The climate crisis is large and complex and can easily stun us into complacency. That’s why we at UU Action NH take climate education so seriously. Below are some of the climate programming that we’ve offered in the past. Please check our Events section for upcoming climate education programming!

​If you have an idea for a climate education event, please contact us!

NH Renews

UU Action NH is excited to be a member of NH Renews, the NH chapter of the Green New Deal Network.

NH Renews believes: “Everyone in New Hampshire – no matter our backgrounds – wants dignified work, a safe place to call home, and clean air to breathe and water to drink. But today, in the midst of a pandemic, hundreds of thousands of Granite Staters are struggling to make rent and put food on the table, while a wealthy few are getting even richer.

At this table, we work closely with other faith based organizations, such as the Granite State Organizing Project, civic groups like Rights and Democracy NH, and more!
You can learn more about NH Renews here.

Interfaith Prayer Vigils for Immigrant Justice

The NH Immigrant Solidarity Network organizes Interfaith Prayer Vigils outside the Norris Cotton Federal Building each day an immigrant is required to check in with ICE. These vigils are acts of witness to the violence that the US immigrant system inflicts upon immigrants and their families. When it is safe to gather in person, we meet on the first and third Tuesday the Norris Cotton Federal Building, 275 Chestnut St, Manchester.
All vigils begin at 9AM and end around 10AM.
During this period of social distancing, we meet on the first Tuesday of the month over Zoom. Please contact us to get the necessary link.