Since 1973, Urban League of Palm Beach County has assisted African Americans and minorities in achieving social and economic equality and becoming self-reliant through education, housing, employment, and health opportunities.
People Served by Urban League
of Palm Beach County Every Year
National Achievers Society
Participants Graduate from High School
Clients Purchased Homes
in Palm Beach County in one year
We Fed 800 Families In Need During Our Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive
Last month, the Urban League of Palm Beach County and our many community partners and volunteers worked together to ensure that those less fortunate in Palm Beach County were able to experience a blissful Thanksgiving holiday with 3-4 days of turkey trimmings as part of our annual food drive.
We are grateful to the dozens of people who helped make our food drive so meaningful and special for all those in need this holiday season.
"God Was Providing Angels For Us."
How Urban League of Palm Beach County helped Rosemary Vas and her family stay in their home after they fell into deep financial distress.
Help Us Make Thanksgiving Brighter For PBC Families
Urban League of Palm Beach County needs your help to make Thanksgiving brighter for 800 families in our community. We have fallen short of our goal to purchase 800 turkeys to distribute at our 18th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive on Nov. 23. Our agency, humbly, is asking you -- our community partners, stakeholders and supporters -- to donate what you can to our Thanksgiving Food Drive. READ MORE
ULPBC Participates In On The Table Conversations
We participated recently in the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties' “On The Table” small-group, meal-time conversations. Our group explored meaningful ideas about how to cultivate a stronger community - particularly through housing.
It's the second year we took part in this civic engagement initiative. READ MORE
Single Mom Sees Joy In Homeownership: “My Son Loves the New House”
Felisha Rodriguez always wanted a house of her own to share with her 9-year-old son. But she couldn’t afford anything in today’s booming South Florida real estate market. Her luck changed earlier this year when she learned about Community Land Trust of Palm Beach County and Urban League of Palm Beach County’s Comprehensive Housing Counseling Program. READ MORE