Today the stakes and opportunities to advance human rights are high. UUSC is responding with urgency to current challenges, while addressing root cause of injustice and building capacity to continue our long-term work to uphold the inherent dignity and worth of every human.
Recent results include partnering with CIVIC to expand a national hotline that connects immigrant detainees with loved ones, attorney referrals, and civil rights support – nearly 14,000 calls have been answered in the hotline’s first year; mobilizing supporters to call on Congress to demand the United Nations Human Rights Council investigate human rights violations in Burma; and helping 15 Alaska Native Tribes to enhance their ability to adapt and ensure their rights are protected if they are forced to relocate by climate change. Learn more about our work in our annual report.
UUSC is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. UUSC’s tax ID is 04-6186012.
UUSC has earned the highest possible rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent evaluator of nonprofit organizations. This exceptional rating indicates UUSC’s sound fiscal management and dedication to accountability and transparency in our operations.