UCC Launches New Website

UCC is proud to announce the launch of their new website.  The new site went live in August and takes full advantage of the new “responsive design” principles.  Virtually all devices are supported and users will get an optimized version whether they are viewing on a phone, desktop computer, or anything in-between.  The site was designed with a mobile-first approach, with careful attention paid to the weight of images served, resulting in quick load times over cellular connections. Read more »

Don’t Miss Out on UCC’s Day Camp!

UCC’s Day Camp provides a quality experience while bringing together a diverse group of children from Essex County. Our belief is that when children spend time with each other doing fun, interesting and challenging activities they build close relationships and they see themselves as capable, happy people. Read more »

Join UCC for National Night Out

Come join us! UCC will partner with Tri-City for National Night Out on August 6, 2013 at West Side Park 600 South 17th St, Newark (click here for map and directions). We are working together to stop crime in our community and let criminals know that neighborhoods are fighting back. Read more »

UCC Awards Most-Improved Students

UCC presented an award to two most improved students at Brick Academy Avon and Harriet Tubman Elementary schools at their graduation. UCC always shows how much we care when it comes to the children in our community. Read more »

United Community Corporation

Welcome to United Community Corporation (UCC), the designated anti-poverty agency for the city of Newark.

We at UCC are dedicated to servicing the Newark community through our comprehensive list of programs developed to address our client’s needs. Our programs are designed to enable low-income families and individuals of all ages the opportunity to attain the skills, knowledge and motivation necessary to gain economic equality.

To help those help themselves.
Guided by service, compassion and fairness, UCC’s mission is to assist low-income, disadvantaged and at risk individuals and families including seniors and youth, to become self-sufficient and self supporting; while enhancing their quality of life and standard of living.
UCC is commited, through programs and direct services and referrals, to the promoting of self-sufficiency of those clients, to reduce the number of homeless, reduce poverty and effect positive social change for our Newark resident in need.


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