Give back to your community on Saturday, March 1st at UCP's Hunt To Help, a scavenger hunt of good deeds. Meet at our day center in West Columbia to register your team of 4 between 9:00-11:00AM and get a list of ways to give back to your community. You then are free for the day to take photos of your team participating in as many good deeds as possible. At 4:00PM, we will meet at Wild Hare Vista for our after party where teams who made the most difference in our community will be recognized. For more information call Sara at (803) 926-8878 or email email@example.com
Now we have even more reasons to stay positive!
At 3:00PM on Sunday, August 25th, 13 of our UCP folks strutted their stuff down the runway in South Carolina’s first fashion show to feature adults with developmental disabilities as the models. The fashion show was enjoyed by all as a fun event for us to spread awareness about people disabilities and give our folks an opportunity to shine. Most importantly, the models had a great time on stage and looked fabulous walking the runway. We applaud their hard work from practices and the family/staff who helped made this event possible. Thank you to the models for making a memorable show, staff and family for helping encourage our folks to shine, and our sponsors for making this event free for all to attend. Photos of the event are online at www.facebook.com/ucpsc
Thank you again to the Queens of the South MC for organizing a motorcycle ride from Sumter to Columbia and making a contribution to UCPSC on Saturday, August, 3, 2013. The “Queens” riding group chose UCPSC as the charity for the ride in memory of a daughter of a rider who had CP and passed away in February. The mother of the deceased felt the ride was a great way to honor her daughter’s memory. We are glad to hear that all had a great time and had a safe trip back to Sumter!