From Victim to Challenged

Listen UCP is honored to have Sacramento resident Alan Flynn guest blogging in August and September. Alan has cerebral palsy and grew up in a small farming community in the Midwest, the middle child in a family of five boys. He has two adult daughters and a new...

Next Stop: Independence! Meet Destinations Mobility

Listen At UCP, we know how important independence is for people with disabilities, so we were excited to talk to Richard Rosebush about his work with accessible vehicles! Richard remembers when accessible vehicle options were nonexistent. There was one model: a...

17 Kids with Autism Have Dream Week at UCP Summer Camp!

Listen Thank you to everyone who helped us send 17 kids with autism to summer camp in June! Campers enjoyed swimming, arts and crafts, kayaking, archery, volleyball, scooter hockey, fishing, soccer, dancing, movie night, campfire time and a talent show – all while...

Give to UCP Without Spending a Penny!

Listen You can make a big difference for people with developmental disabilities with gifts that cost you nothing! Donate your unwanted vehicle Have a car, RV, boat or motorcycle gathering dust in your garage or driveway? Your unwanted vehicle could make a big...

It’s Not Too Late to Help Send Kids with Autism to Summer Camp!

Listen  At the end of June, we’re sending 18 kids from our Autism Center for Excellence at Sacramento State to summer camp – the most ever!  It’s not too late to send in your donation to sponsor a child with autism for an unforgettable summer at...

Humanitarian Dinner raises $306,000 for UCP!

Listen Six hundred people raised more than $306,000 at our 20th Anniversary Humanitarian of the Year Award Dinner on May 16. Thank you to everyone who sponsored, donated and volunteered! Sacramento’s premier humanitarian event has raised more than $2 million for...