What have we learned during the first month of weekly Questions & Answers? Let’s review or give yourself a quiz! Upcoming, new weekly Q&A segments will answer questions submitted during the Town Hall. These questions fall into categories: the types of projects, priorities, campaign processes, congregation involvement and financial issues. Watch for these weekly postings to help grow our understanding of the capital campaign.
#1 Q:What is a Capital Campaign?A: A capital campaign is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for a congregation to come together and invest in its future. It is a means to define and realize our vision of what UUCV can become.#2 Q: How much input will I have in the Capital Campaign?
A: First, share your hopes and visions by attending a cottage meetings. After the visioning phase, congregation decisions will include selecting project packages, the amount to be raised and whether the Capital Campaign drive should be initiated.
#3 Q:When would a capital campaign drive start and how long do I have to make payments?
A: The Capital Campaign would kick off at the same time as the 2018 pledge drive. Fulfilling pledges would extend over 3 years. So, there are three years to honor each pledge.
#4 Q:When will we see results from the capital campaign?
A: Hopefully, soon after funds begin arriving! Although there are three years for all the pledges to be received, a sizable sum often is donated in the first year. Projects will be prioritized and as monies are received, projects will be scheduled.