Our Donors Matter

The work we do is crucial

1
Million

The approximate number of people
with disabilities in the United States

1 %

The approximate percentage
of U.S. families that have at least
one member with a disability

1 %

The approximate percentage
of U.S. families that have at least
one child with a disability


Money raised through our donors serve multiple purposes. From classroom supplies to computers for our lab, these funds impact our members by providing opportunities for them to overcome barriers, learn work readiness skills, and retain competitive and integrated employment.

"Putting Your donations to work!"

Thank You!

Circle K is a generous sponsor of United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona. In addition to the donation canisters that may be found on their check-out counters, Circle K periodically sponsors other donation drives.  UCPSA owes Circle K a big thank you!
 

Go WorkAbility Computer Lab!

Thanks to the Long Realty Cares Foundation for their continuous and generous donations. We have been able to provide members access to online job applications, resume writing, job research, classroom instruction, and professional email writing, etc.

 

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Assistive Tech Donation

The Community Impact Grant program demonstrates ongoing support to improve the lives of the communities they serve. 
WorkAbility is thrilled to utilize these funds toward assistive technology and software. Thanks for your support One AZ Credit Union!

UCP Bellows Fund

The UCP Elsie S. Bellows fund is a national program operated by UCP that provides grants for purchasing or repairing assistive-technology equipment for individuals with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities and their families who are in financial need and do not have other funding resources are eligible. 

We have utilized this fund for people who need Assistive technology on their worksite, such as: Computers, Augmentative devices, Speech and language software, electric tables, adaptive tech devices, etc.

For more info – visit www.ucp.org