For more than 70 years, UCP has been providing programs and services for people with disabilities and their families. Sixty five percent of the people UCP serves have disabilities other than cerebral palsy, such as spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain disorder and disabilities associated with aging. Ranked by The Chronicle of Philanthropy as one of the largest and most efficient health charities in the nation, UCP can guarantee that all donations will be used wisely. Recent studies have shown:

  • UCP spends more money on programs than any other health charity in the U.S.
  • UCP is one of the nation’s most efficient charities, with a system-wide average of 85% of all revenues going to programs.
  • UCP of MetroBoston is a designated 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization by the Internal Revenue Services.

Our Mission

UCP of MetroBoston affirms its commitment to advancing the independence, full citizenship, and productivity of people with disabilities. 

Our Future 

The future of UCP of MetroBoston relies on its ability to be a constant force within the community, making one miracle happen at a time for the people with disabilities.  Life without limits for people with disabilities.