Racing To Success

Home » UCP Blog “This is John. He just ran the Boston Marathon.”That’s how Vanessa Bieker, mother of John Almeda and founder of Fly Brave, prefers to introduce her son. “Yes, John has nonverbal autism, but that’s not all that he is. John is first and foremost a...

Future Humanitarian in the Making

Home » UCP Blog Meet a teenager who works to better the lives of people with cerebral palsy.Allow us to introduce you to Hayes, a high school freshman. Hayes has been inspired to fundraise to support people with cerebral palsy since he was a child.His desire to donate...

“I give my heart out to you as a card”

Home » UCP Blog While you were searching for your perfect career, Kiki and Emily were busy turning their passion for art into a business – Bluem Prints. Bluem Prints defines itself as a company that offers “special cards collaboratively created and printed with...

How to create a Facebook Fundraiser

Home » UCP Blog You’re fantastic! Every good deed makes a difference, and each means even more when we give together. Thank you for looking at an opportunity to support UCP Sacramento! Facebook Fundraisers are a great way to raise critical funds for UCP Sacramento and...

Freedom of Expression

Home » UCP Blog It’s been nearly five years since Greg, age 46 and diagnosed with intellectual disability, began attending a UCP Adult Day Program. At that time he was far from comfortable interacting with other people, but things have changed since then.Greg and Lori...

Five Ways Giving Is Good for You

Home » UCP Blog Every day when I go to work, I’m surrounded by people passionate about their jobs. People whose primary goal is to produce hope and supply confidence in adults and children with disabilities. I work with people who are passionate about ensuring that...