UCP-OC has rebranded to a new name,
Unlimited Possibilities! Stay tuned for our brand
new website launching November 2022 at UPtheimpact.org
May 17, 2019
UCP of Orange County partners with Orange County Community Foundaiton to host the second annual Empowering Possibilities-Giving Day!
UCP-OC will partner with the OCCF and seven fellow nonprofits on May 30 to host the second annual Empowering Possibilities, a Giving Day for OC neighbors with disabilities. May 13, 2019
UCP of Orange County's Life Without Limits Gala Honors Joe Mantegna, Segerstrom Center for the Arts & Chapman University!
UCP of Orange County (UCP-OC) held its 66th Anniversary Life Without Limits gala on April 13th at the lovely Fashion Island Hotel. Over 280 guests helped raise just over $450K at the Old Hollywood black tie fundraiser... August 28, 2017
UCP-OC Life Without Limits Golf Classic Returns to Santa Ana Country Club
Orange County, Calif. (August 28, 2017) - UCP of Orange County (UCP-OC) will hold its 23rd Life Without Limits Autumn Golf Classic at Santa Ana Country Club on Monday, October 16. An important fundraiser for the nonprofit UCP-OC, the tournament is a rare opportunity to play Orange County’s oldest golf club following a major renovation of all 18 holes and other course amenities. March 06, 2017
UCP-OC Life Without Limits Gala to Honor Dr. Jennifer Simpson and Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian
Newport Beach, Calif. (March 6, 2017) – UCP of Orange County (UCP-OC) will hold their annual Life Without Limits fundraising gala on Saturday, April 22 at the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach. Dr. Jennifer Simpson and Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian will be honored at this year’s black-tie affair benefitting more than 5,639 local children and families affected by cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy, Down syndrome and developmental delays. April 04, 2017
UCP-OC Receives $50,000 Donation from loanDepot
Foothill Ranch, Calif. (April 4, 2017) - UCP of Orange County (UCP-OC) supporters gathered at the Foothill Ranch headquarters of loanDepot on Friday, March 31 to presumably receive a check for $25,000. However, loanDepot CEO Anthony Hsieh was so moved by the nonprofit’s efforts in serving children with disabilities, that he doubled the amount to $50,000.
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