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UCPCC celebrates staff member’s 30 years of service

Margaret Zamarripa is celebrating 30 years as an employee at United Cerebral Palsy Central California in August. In that time, she’s worked as an instructor and now a floor supervisor. “She just has a calm way about her … that makes her special,” says Lusty Callison, supervisor of fiscal and human resource services. That’s probably…

January 9, 2024

UCPCC’s Camp Mountain High 2023: A Long-Awaited Return after a Three Year Hiatus due to the Pandemic

Camp Mountain High 2023 attendees pose in front of Green Meadows building.

On June 12, 2023, a sense of joy and anticipation filled the air as United Cerebral Palsy Central California students and staff gathered for their highly anticipated annual camping trip at Camp Mountain High. After a hiatus of three long years, we were finally able to resume this cherished tradition, thanks to the collective efforts…

August 3, 2023

It’s Not Just About a Building, It’s About Community

United Cerebral Palsy of Central California's new campus

A Space for Expansion United Cerebral Palsy of Central California is embarking on an exciting new chapter as it establishes its new 35,000 square-foot facility in Fresno, California. Since its founding in 1954, UCPCC has provided vital services and support to individuals with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities. The organization is eagerly embracing the…

July 18, 2023

UCPCC’s Run Walk & Roll 5K 2023 and Autism Awareness Fair: A Celebration of Inclusion and Support

On April 1, 2023, United Cerebral Palsy Central California hosted its highly anticipated second annual Run Walk & Roll 5K and Autism Awareness Fair in Hanford. This extraordinary event brought together families, community members, and organizations to raise awareness and support for individuals with disabilities. With a focus on inclusivity, the event provided a memorable…

July 18, 2023

UCPCC’s Juan and Emily Mercado
are #RelationshipGoals

Juan and Emily Mercado

Juan and Emily met at UCPCC seven years ago. They started out as friends, then best friends, then husband and wife.

February 2, 2022

UCPCC looks forward to Unlocking
Potential and a new home

By Roger Slingerman, UCPCC Executive Director Happy new year to all and best wishes for an outstanding 2022! While 2021 was just as interesting as 2020, it’s 2022 that we are eagerly looking to move us forward. That’s because in 2022, we will be working full-tilt on the capital campaign to raise money for our…

January 5, 2022

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