A look at the 6th Annual Santa Project Party, a wonderful event held at the Down Town Association on #GivingTuesday. All proceeds from the event benefit the Children's Program and support our mission of delivering of life-affirming programs and services. We had some great entertainment thanks to Hot Lava!
Weekend plans? Visit the Holiday Shop & Taste and Toy Drive at Flagship Brewery to benefit our Staten Island Children’s program this Sunday, December 13th.
Spread the word among Staten Island families and individuals who may want to join or attend this free event! We are encouraging all who attend to donate a new, unwrapped toy.
Enjoy food vendors, locally made items and beer tastings. A family friendly event complete with an appearance from Santa! Hope you can join us!
Fashion week just got even more beautiful! #NoLimits
Our thoughts and condolences are with the victims, their families, and all those affected by yesterday’s events in San Bernardino. Facilities like Inland Regional Center provide invaluable services to a vulnerable population.
We’re looking forward to our Santa Project Party tonight, and what better day to raise funds for our Children’s Program than on #GivingTuesday? Participate in #GivingTuesday today and you can make a direct impact like helping to provide someone with the chance to learn and communicate with the aid of assistive technology.
Once again, our Santa Proejct Co-Chair Liza Huber was generous enough to share her personal story and talk about her connection with UCP of NYC. Take a look!
Excited to have Hot Lava joining us at the Santa Project Party for our live music entertainment! Should be a fabulous evening, be sure to join us! Get your tickets today
Join us on #givingtuesday for the 6th Annual Santa Project Party! A great night for a great cause, purchase your tickets today!
Now more than ever individuals and families need to advocate for the continued funding for services and supports. Join UCP of NYC next Thursday at one of our Family Forums to learn more about the issues and how your voice can make a difference.
Did you know that Franklin D. Roosevelt was a member of the Down Town Association?
Join us there on December 1st for our Annual Santa Project Party! Learn more:
Yesterday on the Meredith Vieira show, our beloved supporters Susan Lucci and her daughter Liza Huber, talked about how Cerebral Palsy has effected their family. Meredith also shared that she has a loved one with CP. Thank you for being part of our community!
In this article Lane Harwell, Executive Director of Dance/NYC talks about the need for increased inclusion of artists with disabilities in the Arts and Culture sector and the role disability plays in art-making. "Only by understanding disability as a marker for identity and not as medical condition can we work toward a future where disabled artists truly flourish."
With a recent spread in People Magazine and this ET interview - our longtime supporter Susan Lucci and her daughter Liza Huber, our Co-Chair for the upcoming Santa Project Party on #GivingTuesday, are helping raise awareness for Cerebral Palsy by sharing their personal story. Liza's son Brendan has CP wants him to always celebrate who he is and the ways that he overcomes challenges. We are proud of you speaking out!
Trevone Boykin and Abby Faber show us that connecting with one another is always more important than the game.
Learn how Tech firms are designing solutions for people with disabilities. How has technology helped you lately?
In 2013 Dan Black, who was paralyzed in a cycling accident, was awarded the Pride of Britain award for donating money raised for his own treatment to a young boy with cerebral palsy who needed a special surgery to walk. There are #NoLimits to what is possible when we think beyond ourselves.
Ben Jackson epitomizes the perseverance it takes to go beyond expectations, to be your strongest self. #NoLimits #WinFromWithin
On Monday, we held our 14th Annual Golf Tournament at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, NY. Presented by The Carmel Family, and co-hosted by Alan Kalter and Teresa Priolo, the event raised over $200,000 to support the programs and services we provide to thousands of New Yorkers and their families. Our Champion Award was presented to the UCP of NYC All Stars, two-time Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Center Basketball Tournament winners for demonstrating the power to inspire and lead as role models. Thank you to everyone who helped make this event a success!