Unidos Por La Musica (UPLM) A Verified not-for-profit, section 501(c)(3) Will be opening a new Community resource Center in the heart of San Bernardino, CA on May 19th 2018 From 10am – 12pm.
A brand new community resource center is opening in San Bernardino,CA to Help families facing hardship through our free community programs, food pantry, access to health, education programs, and workforce task. .
Unidos Por La Musica (UPLM) A Verified not-for-profit, section 501(c)(3) Will be opening a new Community resource Center in the heart of San Bernardino, CA on May 19th 2018 From 10am – 12pm. They offer with Food Pantry program, music classes; guitar, piano, and singing, workforce task for youth, access to health program, a calendar of workshop and seminars through the year.
Their Story: Started in 2011 Unidos Por La Musica (UPLM) nonprofit opened its doors with a mission of helping the diverse undeserved families and students that reside in the Inland Empire County.Our name defines us, United By Music is how we through our annual “No Kid Hungry” benefit concert and many community events we are able to offer Community Programs that target four major needs Hunger, Education, Music and Access to Health.
There are thousands of low-income residents in our communities who are at the edge of losing hope due to un for seen job loss, medical emergencies are among the troubles many families face. Unidos Por La Musica (UPLM) has made it our mission to offer resources that can bring hope for better tomorrow.
City officials will be attending the ribbon cutting ceremony are from San Bernardino, and Mexican Consulate of San Bernardino and Riverside.
The center will be open Mondays-Fridays from 9am-5 p.m. at UPLM Unidos Por La Musica. 1261 N E St, San Bernardino, CA 92405. The list of services offered each week.
“We are very excited to be able to open our second UPLM Community Resource Center in the heart of San Bernardino City. We are confidant that our center is located where we are needed the most. It takes nonprofits like us to bring hope to local community residents and we are looking forward to collaborating with other local community partners to help our participants become self-sufficient” Says Oscar Ayon – President & CEO