Community Relations and Development Committee Volunteers Needed

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Are you a community member or business leader who is looking to give back to the community in a measurable way? If so, then this may be the volunteer opportunity for you!

UCP is governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors and four committees that provide oversight over key aspects of our organization. The Community Relations and Development (CRD) Committee is actively recruiting additional members who are willing to put their time, talents, and abilities to work for a great cause.

We are looking for three additional committee members with experience in any of the following areas: Public Relations, Digital Marketing, Printing and Design, Planned Giving, Community Organizing, Marketing, special events, and major gifts. The CRD Committee meets bi-monthly in Camp Hill.

If you are interested in joining the CRD Committee, or would like further information, please contact Ashley Norris, Director of Development at or 717-737-3477 x 121.

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55 Utley Drive, Camp Hill, PA 17011, US

Mission Statement

The mission of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Pennsylvania, Inc., a 501 (c)( 3), non-profit charitable organization, is to assist infants, children, youth, and adults, with disabilities, and their families, achieve their goals of development, growth, independence, and full citizenship.


For over 60 years, UCP Central PA (UCP) has been meeting the needs of individuals of all ages with all types of disabilities and special needs, from pediatric to geriatric. While our name-United Cerebral Palsy--would seem to suggest otherwise, our consumers come to us with a wide range of conditions and diagnoses. The reality is this: the vast majority of the people we serve have a condition other than cerebral palsy.

Our Typical Consumers
* Individuals of any age who were born with a disability
* Individuals of any age who acquire a disability through accident, illness, or injury
* Individuals who find themselves aging into disability

From July 2016 to June 2017, UCP provided services and programs for nearly 3,600 children and adults. We’ve offered support to strengthen these families as well. Just as important, UCP offers hope... the hope of a life well-lived and without limits.

UCP currently provides both community and center-based programs and services in 17 Central Pennsylvania counties and operates from 44 facilities.


Early Intervention Therapy Services, In-home Support, Assistive Technology Services, Family Support Services, Residential Services, Supported Employment, Adult Day Programs, Fitness & Nutrition Services, Senior Care Services


We'll work with your schedule.


55 Utley DriveCamp Hill, PA 17011



  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning
  • Public Relations
  • Interactive/Social Media/SEO
  • Graphic Design / Print
  • Fundraising




  • Background Check

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