To end generational poverty by empowering Central Floridians to achieve social and economic equality through education, employment and entrepreneurship.
NewsCalling all youth: Are you looking to start a new chapter in your life or do you know someone between the ages of 16 through 24 who is motivated to start a career path? We're here to help!read moreOn #Juneteenth, which is also known as ‘Freedom Day,’ we commemorate June 19, 1865, the date when the slaves in the State of Texas finally received the news that they were free – more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863. Today is a celebration of freedom. As African Americans, while we still face challenges, we nonetheless live in the most free and prosperous nation on earth. Despite these challenges, let us also recognize the incredible progress we have made. African Americans have reached the pinnacle of all aspects of society: from the presidency to athletics, from media to the highest levels of the educational establishment, our community continues to make a positive and meaningful impact on our country and the world. I encourage everyone to come together today and celebrate the progress, but also remain mindful that there is still much work to be done. - Glen Gilzean Jr.read more
May 5 (6:30 PM): Virtual Town Hall featuring State Senator Randolph Bracy and State Rep. Kamia BrownPlease join CFUL Chairwoman Paula Hoisington as she moderates a virtual town hall on May 5, 2020 (6:30 PM) featuring State Senator Randolph Bracy (District 11) and State Representative Kamia Brown (District 45). The town hall will be live on the Pine Hills Community Council's Facebook page.read more
Central Florida Urban League is constantly looking to forge partnerships with community groups and organizations which support our programs and activities.