Ready for Kindergarten!
UCP of NYC Celebrates 2016 Pre-School Graduates at Ceremonies across NYC
of families, teachers and staff gathered to witness our Class of 2016
pre-school students graduate the last few weeks at UCP’s sites spanning across the
Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island.
UCP’s Maria Claudia
Florez Earns “Stars Under 40” Recognition
of NYC’s very own, Maria Claudia Florez, stepped into the spotlight to be
honored at the Schneps Communications and Star Network “Stars Under 40” Awards
and Networking Event.
TEAM UCP Races for Hope in Central Park
For the 6th consecutive year, United Cerebral Palsy of New York City
participated in the Achilles Hope and Possibility Race with over 200 participants.
Self-Advocates Receive Recognition from State Group
Paul Panzarella writes about the Harlem
day program receiving the Self Advocacy Association of New York (SANYS) logo contest award for their artwork, “Community Movable Mosaic.”
CEO Ed Matthews Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
The Institutes of Applied Human Dynamics, Inc. (IAHD) honored UCP of NYC CEO, Edward R. Matthews, at their Annual Awards Dinner with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
15th Year a Memorable One for Women Who Care Luncheon
The 15th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon benefiting United Cerebral Palsy of New York City UCP of NYC was held Monday, May 9th at Cipriani 42nd Street. The event celebrated the extraordinary accomplishments of women as professionals, caregivers and philanthropists.
LAST CALL, LAST CALL! Join Team UCP
Team UCP is shaping up well and we’re so excited to be a part of the Achilles Hope & Possibility Race in Central Park on June 26th. Register by June 5th and join us for this amazing morning,celebrating and inspiring athletes of ALL abilities.
Annual UCP’s Got Talent brings Fierce Competition
UCP’s Got Talent is one of our most anticipated events, drawing talent from all five boroughs. Singers, dancers, actors and more fought for their shot at bragging rights.
Fox 5 Covers the Work of UCP of NYC
Linda Laul, Chief Operating Officer of United Cerebral Palsy of New York City, and Crystal Rivera discuss the ongoing programs and services of UCP of NYC with Good Day Street Talk host Antwan Lewis in a special in-depth segment for National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month.
Advocacy at the Brooklyn DD Brunch and Manhattan Rally
Recently, the city has been alive with advocacy efforts, including
the Brooklyn Legislative Brunch and a 1,000 person rally outside the Governor’s
office to increase DSP wages.
UCP of NYC Hosts Family Connect Summit
The UCP of NYC Family Connect
Summit: Addressing Today and Preparing for the Future attracted nearly 450
attendees, and featured a keynote panel with CEO, Edward R. Matthews and
Partners Health Plan, among many other important presentations.
15th Anniversary Women Who Care Honorees Announced
This year's Women Who Care Award Recipients were recently announced.
Night to Shine for Waterside Residents
Last month, two individuals from our Waterside residence took part in the Tim Tebow
Foundation’s Night to Shine event, an
unforgettable prom night experience for people with special needs.
Training Collaborative Graduation Celebrates Emerging Leaders
Bringing together professionals from four agencies, UCP of NYC proudly hosted the graduation for the fall 2015 Training Collaborative for Innovative Leadership.
UCP All-Stars Basketball Fight For A Shot At The Championship
The All-Stars Basketball team prove to be the team to beat in the Southeast Bronx Neighborhood Centers Basketball League.
Women Who Care Luncheon 15th Anniversary: Tribute to Loreen Arbus
In tandem with Women Who Care’s 15th Anniversary UCP of NYC will pay special tribute to Loreen Arbus, member of the Goldenson founding family, Women Who Care Founder and Chair, and dedicated disability advocate.
Salesforce brings the love for Valentine’s Day
Salesforce volunteers visited UCP of NYC for a day of service and to learn more about the adults in our 154th street Manhattan Day Program.
Contributing to History
UCP of NYC began on a project with the New York Public Library (NYPL) and their Visible Lives: Oral Histories of the Disability Experience project.
Gear Up for TEAM UCP!
Made a New Year’s Resolution to be healthier, more active, or just give back? Then TEAM UCP is for you!
Join us for the 2016 Family connect summit
Join us on Thursday, March 10, 2016, for our Family Connect Summit: Addressing Today and Preparing for the
Future, at the New York Academy of Medicine.