Giving Back – Community Service
UCT members are active contributors to events that support cancer research, intellectual disabilities, youth programs and special needs of the local community.
Helping people with intellectual disabilities has been our number one community service project since 1961. When you get involved you can volunteer for the American Special Hockey Association (ASHA) and Special Olympics and know the satisfaction of working with athletes.
Work with community leaders to improve education, housing, and self-development programs for people with special needs. Lend a hand at camps, hockey practices or help establish local reading libraries. Meet new people and learn new skills — all while improving the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.
Helping People Facing Cancer
You can help those facing cancer — and better your life as well — by joining in our volunteer efforts to fight back against cancer. Make a difference by getting involved in great events to raise funds for cancer research and education. Or work with others to organize special programs that benefit patients and cancer survivors.
Volunteer at camps for kids with cancer or help families of cancer patients with day-to-day needs. Gain hands-on experience while making a difference in the lives of those fighting cancer.
Building Better Futures for Young People
When you join us in supporting community youth programs you can leave a lasting mark. Enrich young people’s lives by volunteering for local schools and after-school programs. Roll up your sleeves and help out at youth camps and ranches. Or join business leaders in coaching sports teams and promoting drug awareness programs.
Get involved with scout troops and help young people tackle the challenges of becoming adults. Work one-on-one mentoring and empowering kids to succeed. Connect with others through youth-adult community service projects like JOIN HANDS DAY and make a difference together. Create positive change by helping young people plan for successful futures.