Regale In The Ranch

Thanks to the Beach and Country Guild, the 3rd Annual Regale in the Ranch was a huge success. The event benefits UCP of San Diego County. Take a look:



Special Thanks To Las Patronas

UCP San Diego is sending a huge "Thank You" las patronasto the members of Las Patronas!

The organization provided a grant of $19,900 for the purchase of a 2014 Ford Utility Van for use by UCP's clients at our Precision Assembly division in Escondido.

Precision Assembly is a full service mail house, employing people with disabilities since 1983. This unique business offers quality services to the business community and is a training ground/first time employment setting for people with disabilities.

Las Patronas is a philanthropic organization with a long history of giving.

Since its inception in 1946, Las Patronas has donated more than $17 million to over a thousand charitable institutions in San Diego.

Las Patronas is committed to providing financial assistance to non-profit organizations in San Diego County that provide valuable community services in the areas of health, education, social services, and cultural arts — and to continuing its tradition of service to enhance the quality of life in the community.


Keep The Promise!

The Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Act is a promise. It’s a California law that guarantees people with developmental disabilities receive the quality services they deserve to help them reach their full developmental potential, while empowering them to live as independently as possible in integrated communities of their choice.

Long-term funding shortfalls that were exacerbated by more than $1 billion in cuts during the Great Recession have left the Lanterman Act severely underfunded. Many services have been decimated and community based providers across California are being forced to lower standards, slash programs and shut their doors. While much of the economy has recovered from the deep recession, the state’s system of care under the Lanterman Act remains in real jeopardy. Sign this petition to support a 10% across the board increase for regional centers and community providers. Learn more


The Laughs Keep Coming For UCP

There were plenty of belly laughs for everyone at the comedy night1st Annual UCP Comedy Night on March 13th at The Comedy Palace and the event raised $6,500 for United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County.

UCP is grateful to comedians Russ T. Nailz, Zoltan and Matin Atrushi, special guest Susan DeVincent, the management and staff of The Comedy Palace and a fantastic audience for making the night a huge success!

Now The Comedy Palace has offered to keep the laughs coming to benefit UCP. Here's the deal:

TCPBuy your tickets online for any Friday or Saturday night performance, use the promo code "UCP" at checkout and The Comedy Palace will donate $10 per ticket to UCP! The offer is not valid for special events and holiday performances.

The Comedy Palace is located at 8878 Clairemont Mesa Blvd. and offers great comedy and an excellent dinner buffet. Your support will help assure independence, productivity, and citizenship to our friends and neighbors living with disabilities.


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Your generous support of our events allows UCP to enact real change — to revolutionize care, raise standards of living and create opportunities for people with disabilities. One person at a time, one family at a time, throughout our community.

Click on an event below to see the details.

The 32nd Annual Golf Classic was held on August 11th at golfThe Crossings at Carlsbad Golf Course. Golfers hit the links in bright sunshine and did their best to conquer a challenging course, while raising $60,000 for United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County. After an afternoon of play, golfers were treated to dinner, a live auction and the awards banquet hosted by comedian Russ T. Nailz.

UCP thanks The Crossings at Carlsbad general manager Gary Glaser and his excellent staff and all the participants and supporters that came out to this annual event.


For the 31st year in a row, the San Diego City Fire Fighters graciously donated their financial support as “Title Sponsor” to the always wild and cwlcrazy “Celebrity Waiters Luncheon.”

This year’s edition was held on a sunny work day in mid-September and patrons were treated to good food, lots of local and Hollywood stars and the high energy of many of the San Diego City Fire Fighters, bayside at the Coronado Island Marriott Resort & Spa.

Russ T. Nailz and Susan DeVincent co-hosted the event and kept the festivities going at a lively pace. Tips were given freely and, with special live auctions, close to $54,000 was raised for the cause.


The 2014 No Limits Walk, held at De Anza Cove on Saturday, October 18, was a great day of Music, Food, Fun & Friends — and a resounding success! walk

This gentle 5k walk/roll around Mission Bay was attended by over 400 walkers and rollers.

With the help of our top fundraising team — Kelly Belly — our top fundraiser — Jason White — and our corporate sponsors, the event raised over $50,000 to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship for close to 10,000 people in San Diego County affected by Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities.

Thanks to all this year's attendees!

View the photo album here and the video below.


United Cerebral Palsy is pleased to announce that the tribute dinner honoring biotech pioneer David Hale as the “Life Sciences Leader of the Year,” was a halerousing success. The event, held on November 5th at the Marriott Marquis Hotel and Marina in downtown San Diego, saw nearly 400 people in attendance and helped raise in excess of $140,000.

The Association would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the event:  Rady Children’s Hospital, Cushman & Wakefield, Domain Associates, Latham & Watkins, LLP, Scott Glenn and Cam Garner.

Funds raised from the evening will be put to use immediately to help fund numerous ongoing program services that UCP provides for local people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities — and their families — throughout San Diego County.


New Phone? Donate Your Old One To UCP!

Clean out that junk drawer and help United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County at the same time. UCP has partnered with SecondWave Recycling to provide you with an EASY and FREE way to donate your old cell phones, PDAs and tablets.

SecondWave Recycling is an environmentally secondwaveand socially responsible organization that partners with non-profits to support their fundraising efforts. Old phones may seem useless but they contain valuable, renewable materials that can be used in the next generation of phones.

You can drop off your old cell phones, PDAs and tablets at a UCP Thrift Store in City Heights, Pacific Beach or Chula Vista. You can also click here to print a free USPS pre-paid shipping label or request a free pre-paid envelope. Be sure to type in "UCP" as your charity.

Properly disposing of your old devices will keep them out of landfills and help people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities by funding UCP's programs and services.


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Shop AmazonSmile and Support UCP

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County every time you shop, at no cost to you.

When you shop at, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added bonus logothat Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to UCP.

To shop at AmazonSmile simply click here from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You may also want to add a bookmark to AmazonSmile to make it even easier to return and start your shopping.

Tens of millions of products on AmazonSmile are eligible for donations. You will see eligible products marked “Eligible for AmazonSmile donation” on their product detail pages.

You use the same account on and AmazonSmile. Your shopping cart, Wish List, wedding or baby registry, and other account settings are also the same.

Click Here to start shopping. Please tell your friends and family about this easy (and free) way to support UCP San Diego.


Your dollars make a huge difference in the lives of people with Cerebral Palsy.


To our thrift stores, located in Pacific Beach, City Heights and Chula Vista.


Our success depends on the skills, talents, time and energy of our many volunteers.

More Ways To Help

May 30
San Diego Enforcers Football

Cathedral Catholic High School
Kickoff is at 5:00PM

June 19

Go casual for a cause. Receive a T-Shirt and other incentives for participation. More info: John Mooney at (858) 571-5365 or

August 17
33rd Annual UCP Golf Classic

El Camino Country Club in Oceanside. Lunch, greens fees, cart, refreshments, tee prizes, awards and dinner included. More info and online registration.

Small Change Makes A Big Difference

Look for our coin canisters at your favorite Coco’s, Carrow’s and Original Pancake House locations.

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UCP Thrift Stores offer a unique shopping experience for our customers. We offer gently used products from vintage clothing and accessories to everyday fashions, household items, furniture, and antiques.

Our stores are conveniently located in Pacific Beach, City Heights and Chula Vista.

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Serving San Diego County since 1983, Precision Assembly is a unique business that can help with your bulk mail and assembly needs.

A division of United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County, Precision Assembly offers quality service to customers and training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

The team of instructors and physically-challenged employees are dedicated to putting your needs first.

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Ready Stamps is a unique full service business that can help with stamps, engraving and printing needs.

A division of United Cerebral Palsy of San Diego County, Ready Stamps has been providing job training and employment for persons with disabilities since 1982.

As a manufacturer, we can provide quicker, more reliable service at a better price than those who are simply "supplying" marking devices.

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