Our Mission and Vision...

Mission: The mission of the Urban League is to assist Central Floridians in achieving social and economic equality.

Vision: To be the leading social service provider that helps empower Central Floridians to achieve social and economic success for the betterment of the entire Central Florida region.

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  • News


    Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!

    Join us on November 6 to learn about free vocational training opportunities in Central Florida!
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    CFUL, Wells Fargo and City of Orlando expand Blueprint 2.0 Program

    The CFUL recently joined representatives from Wells Fargo, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Commissioner Regina I. Hill and CareerSource Central Florida to announce a $75,000 grant by Wells Fargo to further the new Blueprint 2.0 program. Led by Commissioner Regina I. Hill, Blueprint 2.0 is a new iteration of the original BLUEPRINT Program launched in connection with the Community Venues construction. This new initiative will connect residents to more than 100 job and vocational training opportunities in the Central Florida region. The Wells Fargo grant will help the Central Florida Urban League offer this program at our new offices on West Church Street in Parramore. Based out of that office, the CFUL will be able to provide guidance to any resident interested in learning more about or enrolling in job training programs.
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    Blueprint 2.0 Info Session!

    Join us on November 6 to learn about free vocational training opportunities in Central Florida!
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    Letters from Anne and Martin, October 5, 6 PM

    The Central Florida Urban League is proudly sponsoring a performance of "Letters from Anne and Martin." The performance will take place at the Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church on 412 E Kennedy Blvd in Eatonville. Developed by the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect, the play is a unique dramatic presentation combining the iconic voices of Anne Frank & Martin Luther King, Jr., both born in 1929. Although representing drastically different times & cultures, this theatrical performance combines excerpts from Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl and Dr. King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”. The play evokes important messages from these legendary figures, as they write of their hopes and plans for a peaceful, unified world. To reserve your tickets, please follow this link: https://www.holocaustedu.org/event/letters-from-anne-and-martin-a-dramatic-presentation/
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    Central Florida Urban League is constantly looking to forge partnerships with community groups and organizations which support our programs and activities.