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



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 opportunities for growth offered by its new campus, signaling a continued commitment to empowering and unlocking the potential of those it serves.

Roger Slingerman, Executive Director of UCPCC, shares his enthusiasm about the move, stating, "This is a thrilling time for us. It opens up new avenues for growth." The spacious 35,000 square-foot campus will provide an enhanced environment for both staff and students. Over the next six to eight months, individuals from the existing facilities in Fresno will be relocating to the new site, enabling UCPCC to consolidate its operations and streamline its services.



Unleashing Potential through "Unlocking Potential"

To support this ambitious endeavor, UCPCC has launched a capital campaign called "Unlocking Potential," aiming to raise $7.5 million. This campaign seeks to secure the necessary funds for the development and maintenance of the new facility, ensuring UCPCC's ability to continue its invaluable work for years to come. By participating in this initiative, individuals and businesses could make a tangible difference in the lives of individuals living with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.

UCPCC has consistently been at the forefront of providing comprehensive support, advocacy, and resources to individuals with disabilities and their families. The new facility will serve as a springboard for the organization to expand its reach, fostering greater inclusivity and empowerment within the community.

Enhanced Accessibility and Services

The new state-of-the-art campus will feature modern amenities, designed to enhance accessibility and create an inclusive learning environment. Equipped with advanced technologies and resources tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals with cerebral palsy, the facility will enable them to unlock their potential across various aspects of life.

The transition to the new facility represents a significant milestone for UCPCC. It signifies not only growth for the organization but also a dedication to the well-being and success of the individuals it supports. By consolidating its operations into a centralized campus, UCPCC will improve service coordination and foster collaboration, ensuring a cohesive approach to providing support to the community.

Join the Journey

If you wish to support UCPCC's vision and mission, you can find additional information about the "Unlocking Potential" capital campaign at www.youholdthekeys.org. By contributing to this campaign, you actively participate in unlocking the potential of individuals with disabilities, helping them lead fulfilling lives.

United Cerebral Palsy of Central California's relocation to a new 35,000 square-foot campus in Fresno marks an exciting milestone in its unwavering commitment to empowering individuals with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities. The expansion provides UCPCC with an opportunity to establish a cutting-edge facility that nurtures growth, inclusivity, and empowerment. Through the "Unlocking Potential" campaign, UCPCC invites individuals and businesses to join their mission and make a lasting impact on the lives of those they serve. Together, we can unlock the potential of individuals with disabilities and foster a more inclusive and compassionate society.




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