Welcome to the UCCA Website!
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Saturday, March 15: Bloodmobile, 8am-Noon, 2877 Governor Drive
There will be a Bloodmobile at the UCUC Church Parking Lot (2877 Governor Dr – West End of Governor) on Saturday 3/15 from 8am – Noon. All Blood Donors are very welcome. Please come and feel free to invite others. Email Ray at email@example.com with any questions or to reserve a time. Thank you!
Taste of the Triangle
Honor the past, celebrate the present and build for the future!
Celebrating 20 years: 1994-2014
May 2, 2014 UCSD Faculty Club
More information => www.uc-educate.org
It’s that time of year again to join the UCCA as a new member or renew your existing membership. Your contributions make a BIG difference in our neighborhood. These funds help the UCCA contribute to worthy organizations (EdUCate, Schools, Parks, etc.) and support Neighborhood Watch, street cleanup and median beautification projects, painted electrical boxes, Garden Club, Standley Park events, Summer Concerts, and more.
Join online today at http://www.universitycitynews.org/support-your-uc/. Click http://www.universitycitynews.org/support-your-uc/volunteer-in-uc/ to volunteer your time and talent.
The University City Community Association (UCCA) is a non-profit (501C4) organization which provides and promotes civic, cultural, social, educational and recreational development and improvement in University City; and provides a forum where the interests of the residents may be expressed and contributions made to the protection of life and property in the community.
The passing last September of UCCA’s president Peter Burch was memorialized today (Sept. 21st) in Marcy Park by a sparkling new dog and owner fountain.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by over 70 members of the community and UCCA including Council Woman Sherri Lightner.
IF YOU LIVE OR WORK IN UNIVERSITY CITY, and have an interest in helping improve our community, please take a few minutes to provide your ideas and suggestions.
In the coming months the University City Community Foundation (UCCF) will be evaluating and prioritizing improvements projects, and we are asking the community to express their interests in specific types of improvements.
UCCF was created through the generous support of the University City Community Association (UCCA) to facilitate improvements in University City. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we will provide a structure within which tax-deductible donations can be made for community projects. With the help of UCCA, we will secure funding for projects that fall within the scope of our tax-exempt purpose, solicit volunteers for project completion, and keep donors and members of the community informed as to the status of projects, and new opportunities for community improvement.
Please take a few minutes to provide ideas and suggestions that will help guide the efforts of those who have volunteered to lead the way in promoting improvements in our community by going to our website at www.ImproveUC.org and clicking on the “Community Survey” link at the top.
We have designed this brief survey to give you the option of keeping your response completely anonymous. We will not be able to link responses with individuals who submitted them.
Finally, this survey is being distributed through multiple email address books which may result in duplications. Our apologies if you receive multiple copies.
Thanks for your help,
Greg Zinser, President
University City Community Foundation