Ways to Give

There are lots of ways to help UCP provide programs and services to our clients.
We’ve listed a few of them below!

Support UCP’s Humanitarian Event

UCP’s Largest Annual Fundraiser
11Donating at UCP is easy.

Donating is easy. You can select a specific program to support or set up a monthly, recurring gift. Questions? Contact the Development Office at 916-238-8312 or donate@ucpsacto.org

11Donate to UCP by Mail or Phone

By Mail: Download and complete our Donation Form follow mailing instructions. By Phone: Call Megan Laurie, Director of Development and Marketing at 916-283-8312.

11Donate to UCP with a legacy gift

Make a lasting impact and consider including UCP in your estate plans. Learn more about Planned Giving, Donor Advised Funds, and philanthropic gifts.

11Plan a fundraiser to support UCP

Plan a Fundraiser

Whether it’s a birthday, corporate event or other special occasion, your fundraiser can help us change lives. Call or email us!  Contact the Development Office at 916-238-8312 or donate@ucpsacto.org

11Donate to UCP through Amazon Smile

When you shop through AmazonSmile (it’s the same as Amazon or Prime) a portion of your sale amount is donated to UCP, with no additional charge to you!   

Get started: Visit AmazonSmile. Sign in the same as you would for Amazon. Select UCP of Sacramento as your charity. Start shopping! Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to your selected charitable organization.

11Donate to UCP by donating a vehicle

Donating a vehicle is quick and easy. We will pick up the car, no charge to you. We accept all types of vehicles! 

11Donate eWaste

To schedule, please visit eWaste4Good and select ‘Sacramento Area’ and ‘UCP Sacramento’ from the drop down menus.

11Donate to UCP by thrift donations

Pick up available in Roseville, Lincoln, Folsom, and Rocklin. Call 1-800-423-9350 or email: thriftstorepickup@ucpnb.org

Have questions? Let's Talk!

To learn more about how your gift can make a significant impact on the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families, contact Megan Laurie at: mlaurie@ucpsacto.org or 916-283-8312.