Help support United Cerebral Palsy by taking part in this exciting 2-day fundraising event! In its 28th year, this tournament has become one of the most popular co-ed beach volleyball tournaments in South Florida. This year's tournament will take place on June 8-9, 2013 at the Lauderdale Beachside Hotel.
For more information, please call Pat Murphy at (954) 315-4040 or e-mail Pat.Murphy@ucpsouthflorida.org.
Join RNDC and NFL Hall of Famer Dwight Stephenson as he hosts the Republic National Distributing Company Golf Classic Benefiting UCP of South Florida on Friday, June 21, 2013 at the Country Club of Coral Springs. Come out with your co-workers or friends and enjoy a day of golf, food and liquor as you raise money to help children and adults with developmental disabilities in the South Florida community.
Take a shot at our HOLE IN ONE contest and you may win a brand new Honda Fit.
For more information, please call (954) 315-4057.
Sponsored By: Republic National Distributing Company, Soltice, Publix, Coral Springs Auto Mall, Pioneer Roofing, GL Homes, Thomas Costello, CPA, Aloha Air Conditioning, Dry Fly Distilling, St. George Spirits, Howard's Market. Bronco Wine Company, Independent Stillers
Early Beginnings Academy's open enrollment for the 2013-2014 school year for new students will take place from April 1, 2013 to April 30th, 2013. Click here to download application.
Miami, FL (February 1, 2012) - United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida (UCP), a service provider and advocate for children and adults with a spectrum of disabilities, is proud to announce the expansion of The UCP Wheels for Humanity Program with a new affiliation, United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida Wheels for Humanity. Established in 1947, United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida has maintained an active and respected presence in the South Florida community. It started when a group of parents came together to seek help for their children with cerebral palsy. The only available option was to send their children to an institution, which the families did not want to do. The parents founded their own organization and raised funds to provide therapeutic and vocational services for children with special needs.
Today, United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida offers comprehensive services every day throughout the year. Services offered consist of early intervention, integrated preschool, after school care, speech, physical and occupational therapy, adult vocational workshop, supported employment program and residential facilities for children and adults with special needs and other disabilities. From infants to senior citizens, children and adults participate in programs that will help them lead independent and meaningful lives.
Dr. Joseph Aniello, President & Chief Executive Officer of UCP of South Florida, said he is proud to start the international organization UCP South Florida Wheels for Humanity as part of the broader services he and his team provide.
"Too many people with disabilities in the world go without the most basic of resources to lead independent lives," said Dr. Aniello. "We believe this partnership with UCP Wheels will allow us to expand our efforts to those who need us most, and we're excited to do all we can to help those in developing nations get the wheelchairs they need."