Articles Tagged 'UCT Charities'

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Consider supporting UCT Charities during this season of giving

Posted November, 2021 by: David Knapp

Tomorrow will officially be December – and today is Giving Tuesday – which for many people means the start of the holiday season, traditionally the season of giving. And while giving during this time of year often involves holiday gifts, it doesn’t have to be limited to buying new Christmas socks for dad or cozy, comfy slippers for Aunt Kate. As this… Continue Reading…

The Bridges of Friendship Award is coming!

Posted September, 2021 by: David Knapp

UCT’s local councils have been giving back to their communities by supporting and working with worthy causes and organizations within them for well over 100 years. Through these partnerships, councils assist individuals on multiple levels and across a wide range of need, including helping people with intellectual disabilities and mental health issues, seniors, homeless individuals, underprivileged children and families, and veterans, among… Continue Reading…

The UCT Scholarship Program – helping students since 1960

Posted August, 2021 by: David Knapp

UCT has been awarding scholarships through the UCT Scholarship Program to students and teachers seeking degrees or certification in special education since 1960. Now funded by UCT Charities, this program grants around $18,500 each year to students and teachers in the U.S. and Canada to help with their pursuits. Applicants must meet specific guidelines, and an amount up to, but not to exceed,… Continue Reading…

UCT Charities – helping individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities

Posted December, 2015 by: David Knapp

UCT has supported programs for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities for over 60 years. It’s one of our top projects. Across North America our local councils support organizations like Special Olympics and Best Buddies International as well as schools, workshops, and programs for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. UCT is the proud sponsor of ASHA (American Special Hockey Association), because… Continue Reading…

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