Unified Caring Association – Moving Caring Forward

Often shortened to UCA, Unified Caring Association is a care promoting network and resource hub. This hub is filled with resources for others and yourself in the same place. It was founded in 1987 and renamed in 2012, and with 150,000+ members and growing, there is a lot to draw from in this association. As a member of UCA you can find products and services for growth that make your life easier and more fulfilling personally, with others, at work, etc.

The first thing you notice amongst the blues and oranges painting the page when visiting the UCA website is the UCA logo. A cheerful yellow sun in the upper left-hand corner of the page. Next to the logo is the best summary of what UCA is here for. “Moving Caring Forward.” Awesome! Once a member of UCA, you can find offers that include:

-multitude of benefit options for health, self-care, family, and community

-virtual volunteer network

-caring news and inspirational writings

online shop filled with goodies, and more!

All of these options link back to the core value of CARING. Because being a part of UCA is joining a caring community that shares tools, ideas, and resources.

When a member joins they become a part of the UCA C.A.R.E. program. This is a special C.A.R.E. project team that focuses on providing caring support to benefit individuals who are not able to speak for themselves. These C.A.R.E. partner projects assist non-profits to create meaningful change in the world by focusing on creating improvement through caring in the areas. These caring areas are: Children, Animals, Reforestation and the Elderly.

Unified Caring Association

What is super fantastic is that there is a way to get a daily dose of care through: Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn! The images and quotes posted are cheerful, uplifting and just the right pick-me-up at any moment in your day! Join UCA and follow UCA on social media to feel and share the care!

UCA MEMBERS: PLEASE LOGIN AT UNIFIEDCARING.ORG TO ACCESS ALL YOUR BENEFITS.

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