Just How Ethical Is This Questionable Manipulation Of Charitable Trusts Rev. Charles Eddis?
CANADIAN UNITARIAN INDEPENDENCE: LOSS, RISK, AND OPPORTUNITY
A Working Paper Written by Charles Eddis
Minister Emeritus, The Unitarian Church of Montreal
May 9, 2001
Then in 1983 another fund appeared, the Liberal Religious Charitable Society. Because of restrictions in the bequest, the UUA could only spend this money outside of the United States. Accord number four was then worked out. The CUC agreed to pay all the money it raised, less $4,000, to the UUA. The UUA, in return, would give the CUC the same amount out of the restricted funds of the Liberal Religious Charitable Society.