Empowering
Communities.

Changing Lives.

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

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National Achievers Society
Participants Graduate from High School

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%

Clients Purchased Homes
in Palm Beach County in one year

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EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMS

Preparing teens and young adults for college, work and life.

Helping individuals and families build wealth and assets.

Assisting individuals with job skills and career opportunities.

Providing health education to individuals and families.

FEATURED

"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.

WHAT'S HAPPENING

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2020 Great Charity Challenge Generously Supports Nonprofits in Palm Beach County

We’re excited to participate in the 2020 Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments® at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington. Hopefully, we’ll  be among the fortunate nonprofits randomly paired with equestrian teams on Feb. 1 to receive a share of the $1-million-plus purse. Thanks to the generous support of the equestrian community and local business partners for distributing $13.5 million to more than 240 nonprofits in the past 10 years. 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