UDLA (Unification of Disabled Latin Americans) is a non-profit organization, founded in 1974, by and for physically challenged individuals. UDLA's main goal is its dedication and commitment to improve the quality of life for these individuals and help them to recover their self-esteem and become productive members of society.
"The Neighborhood Watch Program" is an effort with local police departments, such as the LAPD, to organize individuals into watch groups so that they may better protect themselves and their home property.
UDLA (Unification of Disabled Latin Americans) is honored to be sponsored by big organizations that support our events and programs.
UDLA's funding comes from fund-raising efforts, grants sponsorships and donations. Your donation will allow UDLA to keep its doors open to reach out and offers assistance to thousands of disabled individuals and their families.