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The mission of Urantia Foundation is to seed The Urantia Book and its teachings throughout the world.
Urantia Foundation was established on January 11, 1950 and is an Illinois Charitable Trust. The Foundation is registered as a 501©(3) charitable organization with the I.R.S., allowing U.S. taxpayers to list their gifts to Urantia Foundation in their itemized deductions on their annual tax returns. Urantia Foundation’s Employer Identification Number (EIN) is 36-2435086. A copy of our 501©(3) determination letter is available upon request.
Generosity is a path that takes you closer to God, sometimes unfolding in new and exciting ways. We hope you will consider a gift to support one or more of our many exciting programs.
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Urantia Foundation, 533 W Diversey Parkway, Chicago, Illinois, 60614
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Ways to Give
This is our highest priority fund. The team at Urantia Foundation will put your financial generosity where it is most needed.
Historic Building Preservation:
The historic Chicago home of the Urantia Revelation, built in 1908, has undergone renovations on all four floors. Its upkeep and maintenance is always ongoing. Please help preserve this community treasure.
By supporting the website, www.urantia.org, there is potential to reach millions worldwide in 17 languages. Needed: $50,000 per year.
Urantia Foundation is both a publishing and educational Foundation. Help operate the Urantia Book Internet School and dramatically increase educational efforts across a broad array of services.
Book Distribution Development:
Urantia Foundation distributes Urantia Books in 17 different languages worldwide. Whether in physical, digital, or audio format, an effective distribution network in stores and on the Internet is required.
Urantia Foundation prints books based on inventory needs. Your donations directly pay for the printing costs. Needed: $100-200K per year.
Translations and Translation Revisions:
All translations require ongoing revisions, formatting and proofreading. Help us bring the Urantia Revelation to new countries!
28:6.18 The universal economy is based on intake and output. Said Jesus: “It is more blessed to give than to receive… He who would be greatest among you let him be server of all.”
111:5.1 Sharing is Godlike—divine.
180:1.5 If you would share the Master’s joy, you must share his love. And to share his love means that you have shared his service. Such an experience of love does not deliver you from the difficulties of this world; it does not create a new world, but it most certainly does make the old world new.
102:3.3 Material feelings, human emotions, lead directly to material actions, selfish acts. Religious insights, spiritual motivations, lead directly to religious actions, unselfish acts of social service and altruistic benevolence.