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Sesame Street welcomes a new friend

Posted April, 2017 by: David Knapp

A new friend is making her debut on Sesame Street! Her name is Julia – she is sweet, curious and loves to play. And she has autism. We’re excited to announce a new friend joining us on Sesame Street! She’s Julia, a 4-year-old with autism! — Sesame Street (@sesamestreet) March 20, 2017 Julia, a green-eyed, orange-haired character, will help her new… Continue Reading…

UCT scholarships DO make a difference!

Posted October, 2014 by: UCT

UCT is very fortunate that we’re able to provide assistance to people in the form of scholarships. We are also fortunate that the recipients of our UCT Scholarship Program are willing to keep us up to date on the steps they’re taking to work with and help people with intellectual disabilities. One such recipient is Eric Moore. In a recent email from Eric thanking UCT… Continue Reading…

Spring break cinema – some films to watch if you’re staying home this spring

Posted March, 2013 by: David Knapp

It’s officially spring! At least that’s what the calendar tells us. While many of us are getting ready for spring break travels, others might be planning to spend the time just kicking back and taking it easy. If you’re in the latter category, you can still get in the spring break spirit and have a little fun by taking in some of these classic (and… Continue Reading…

Reasons for Volunteering – Members Speak Out

Posted June, 2012 by: David Knapp

Volunteering makes us feel good. And getting to meet and learn about other people is a nice perk. But people volunteer for a lot of different reasons that are unique and personal. I could list some of these reasons, but why not let volunteers speak for themselves? Here are some darned good reasons from UCT members who are longtime volunteers. Randy Young,… Continue Reading…

About UCT

Posted April, 2012 by: UCT

UCT is a non-profit financial services membership organization with over 70,000 members in the U.S. and Canada. Our members work to enhance their communities through community service, charitable fundraising and helping those in need. Our non-profit status means that instead of paying dividends to shareholders, our insurance operations help support members’ community service efforts. Members decide on a local basis which causes… Continue Reading…

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