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Look Who has Donated towards our Kitchen Remodel. 

We would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the below individuals without their help we won't be able to complete this project. Come join in and make a difference in someone's life!


Bob Perasso                                                      Iacopi, Lenz & Company            

Doris M. Reeves Exemption Trust                Karen & Don Woxberg

Joanna & Ray Call                                            Stockton Rotary 

Anita Wallace                                                      

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UCP's Kitchen Remodel Project

Teaching Life Skills:  How YOU Can Help!

UCP's Training Kitchen & Your Contribution

UCP's kitchen has long been in need of remodeling to make it fully accessible, ADA compliant and user friendly as a training kitchen for the people we serve.  The new design will enable the people we serve to learn how to prepare, cook and enjoy meals in a facility built just for them.

We need your help with this $70,000 project.  To find a list of our remodel cost Click Here.  Join us in our passion to help people live "Life Without Limit's by helping us complete this vital project.

To donate to our cause online click our "Support UCP Donate Today" button.  If you will be paying by check click here for our donation form.

All Donor Names will be prominently displayed.

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UCP Canister Program – Giving that makes “Cents”

You see them all the time as you pay for groceries or your morning cup of coffee. You may even see them so much you hardly notice them anymore, but that small canister at the register of your local grocery store, gas station or diner helps make a big difference to agencies like United Cerebral Palsy. 

For more than a decade, UCP has worked with more than 37 local businesses that have volunteered to place these canisters in their venues. These partnerships help raise over $10,000 every year to support UCP programs and services.

Two years ago, Program Without Walls, an adult day community based program, took over the Canister Program as their community project. Individuals in the program are responsible for advertising the program, delivering canisters, picking up and sorting donations and turning donations into UCP’s corporate office. 20% of the total donations collected go to the PWW Advocacy Account that funds field trips for consumers to theme parks, museums, and aquariums. 

The participation of businesses is vital to the ongoing success of the Canister Program.  We would like to thank our current canister participants for their continued support and partnerships. A special thank you to the Volunteer Center in San Andreas who manages this fundraiser for us in the foothills. 


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Living an Unconfined Life

Pronounced dead at birth, resuscitated back to life and confined to a wheel....

It just take me little longer - Scott's story-

What an inspiring story from a young man with such determination and strength.  Scott is truly living" LIfe Without Limits."

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Fair spotlights entrepreneurship of developmentally disabled.




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