Susquehanna Society

The Susquehanna Society was founded by the Endowment Committee of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton to recognize people who have contributed to its Endowment or who have expressed a formal commitment to do so.  Just as the Susquehanna River flows on timelessly, so does our Endowment continue to serve our congregation forever.  Contributors to the Endowment make a timeless commitment to our congregation and the liberal religious tradition upon which it is based.  A plaque honoring members is on display in the main hallway of UUCB.

Gifts are invested in the Unitarian Universalist Common Endowment Fund, which ensures that our investments are in line with our values, and investment income from the Endowment is used annually to provide grants suggested by the congregation.  Persons become members of the Susquehanna Society by informing the UUCB minister, Board of Trustees President, or an Endowment Committee member that they have made plans for a gift or bequest to UUCB.  The nature or the amount of the gift/bequest need not be disclosed.

Here are the most recent Susquehanna Society invitation letter and brochure.