The Foundation for UCP

Funding the Future of Today’s Children with Disabilities

Leave your legacy to The Foundation for UCP. Your gift will ensure today’s children with developmental disabilities have the support they need in the future. As a result of planning now,  you can ensure today’s children and tomorrow’s adults will have the programs and services they need, for years to come.

Meet Shelby

She’s an amazing young girl who was born with a developmental disability that keeps her in a wheelchair. But that hasn’t stopped her from thriving.

Will you still be there to help when she’s 20, 30 and 40 and continues to need UCP programs & services?

Do something amazing. Help make sure Shelby, and clients like her, have your support as they continue to age and thrive. Leave a Legacy gift to The Foundation for UCP. Learn more about Shelby.

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Your Legacy Gift Helps Many

As a result of your support of The Foundation for UCP, children and adults with  autism, intellectual disability, Down syndrome, epilepsy and cerebral palsy will be helped.  Currently, autism is the number one diagnosed developmental disability.  Consequently, 51% of UCP’s current clients have autism.  These clients, and their families will require ongoing support for decades to come. For that reason alone, your legacy gift to The Foundation for UCP will help ensure individuals with developmental disabilities have a brighter future.

Anyone can afford to leave a Legacy gift

A Legacy Gift is a donation that you make now for the future of today’s children. Your Legacy Gift continues what you are doing now – helping others.

Easy ways to leave a legacy gift:

  • Name The Foundation for UCP (EIN 26-3279530) as a beneficiary in your life insurance or trust documents. This is as easy as a phone call or email to your broker or accountant.  You can allocate a set amount or a percentage for your legacy gift.
  • Include a legacy paragraph in your will and/or trust documents. By naming The Foundation for UCP in your will, estate, life insurance policy or trust, or by donating property and stock to UCP, you can leave a legacy that will help individuals with development disabilities for years to come.  Find out more.

UCP Foundation’s Purpose

The purpose of The Foundation for UCP of Sacramento and Northern California is to ensure our programs and services are funded in the years ahead so that we can consistently deliver on our promise to provide a life without limits for our clients – now and in the future.

Above all, we encourage you to talk to a professional advisor.  Your advisor can help explain the many options for leaving behind a legacy of support to The Foundation for UCP.

Finally, by including UCP of Sacramento and Northern California in your estate planning, you’ll become a member of UCP’s Heritage Society.

UCP welcomes gifts including:

  • Cash
  • Bequests
  • Tangible Personal Property
  • Securities – stocks
  • Real Estate
  • Remainder Interests in Property
  • Donor Advised Funds
  • Life Insurance
  • Charitable Gift Annuities
  • Charitable Remainder Trusts
  • Charitable Lead Trusts
  • Retirement Plan Beneficiary Designations
  • Life Insurance Beneficiary Designations

Legal Name: The Foundation for UCP of Greater Sacramento
DBA:  The Foundation for UCP of Sacramento and Northern California
Federal Tax ID #26-3279530
4350 Auburn Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95841
(916) 565-7770

Meet Emma.

Emma was a single, hard-working mother of a child with a developmental disability. Emma knew she wouldn’t always be around to care for her son, Dickie, so she invested in programs that would. When she passed, she left her home to UCP. Her simple, generous gift helps ensure UCP’s programs and services are funded so children and adults with developmental disabilities will be cared for in the future…now that’s amazing!

Watch Bill and Mary tell you why they included the foundation for UCP in their legacy.

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Want to learn more?

View our Annual Report

The UCP Humanitarian of the Year Event funds The Foundation for UCP.

Learn more!

For more information on the Foundation, contact:
Megan Laurie
Director of Legacy Giving
(916) 283-8312