For more than half a century, UPO has been providing services and assistance to the low-income residents of Washington, DC — helping put them on the path to self-sufficiency and success!
“YESTERDAY’S HOPE. TODAY’S PROMISE. TOMORROW’S FUTURE.”
As we celebrate and reflect on 55 years of milestones and accomplishments, we take great pride in helping the members of our shared community thrive in creating futures filled with promise, potential, and possibility.
UPO’s journey began on December 10, 1962. Come take a look through highlights and notable achievements from over the years.
James G. Banks, UPO’s first director, addresses a group. Photo by Northrup and courtesy of The Washington Post.