Congratulations to Our 2019 Winners

Brigham City

Box Elder Community Pantry
Ensuring that no one in Box Elder goes hungry.
The grant funds will support their Grocery Rescue Program that feeds those facing food insecurity in the Box Elder community.

Brigham Suicide Prevention
Dedicated to preserving life and promoting better mental health resources by opening lines of communication through education, awareness, and support.
The grant funds will be used to purchase equipment needed for support groups and suicide prevention trainings.

Draper

Holding Out Help
Assisting those from polygamous backgrounds with the resources necessary to meet their physical, emotional, and educational needs.
The grant funds will be used for counseling fees to help those in need.

Ephraim

Ephraim Middle School
Providing a quality educational experience to all students.
The grant funds will be used to purchase reading pens to help struggling readers.

Heber

Healing Hunger Here - Wasatch Community Foundation
Educating and fulfilling the unmet need of food insecurity in Wasatch County.
The grant funds will be used to provide supplemental food to students during holiday and summer breaks.

Highland

Lone Peak Fire District
Providing fire, rescue, and emergency medical services to the cities of Alpine and Highland.
The grant funds will be used to build trauma kits for potential mass casualty incidents in schools.

Layton

Safe Harbor Crisis Center
Offering trauma-informed prevention and intervention services to decrease violence in our community and help those impacted to heal.
The grant funds will be used for supplies needed to support the "LGBTQ+ Access" initiative to create a safe and inclusive space for survivors.

Logan

Adoptive Families Coalition
Offering resources to strengthen and empower foster and adoptive families.
The grant funds will be used to implement and maintain an "Adopt the Arts" program at the local community center, The Center on Third.

Murray

KidsEat! Foundation
Supplying backpacks with meals and snacks for the weekend to at-risk and food-insecure children in the Salt Lake Valley.
The grant funds will be used to buy food for children who may go hungry over the weekend.

Murray School District Mentoring Program
Empowering youth to feel supported by allowing them to express themselves and feel comfortable with real-life difficulties.
The grant funds will be used for food, clothing, and some activities they want to participate in but cannot afford.

Ogden

Seager Memorial Clinic
Providing free medical and dental care to the underserved of Northern Utah.
The grant funds will be used to improve the care of those with hypertension and diabetes, so they can reach their health goals.

Provo

Camp Kesem in Utah Valley
Dedicated to being a child’s friend through and beyond a parent’s cancer.
The grant funds will be used to buy healthy food for two weeks of their summer camp.

ScenicView Academy
Empowering young adults with autism and related neurodiversities with skills for an independent, productive, and fulfilling life.
The grant funds will be used to purchase laundry machines for their autistic students to learn to do their laundry.

Roosevelt

Family Support Center of the Uintah Basin
Supporting and strengthening children and families by preventing child abuse and providing resources.
The grant funds will be used for new beds for staff and children who stay overnight at the center.

Salt Lake City

Fourth Street Clinic
Helping homeless Utahns improve their health and quality of life by providing high-quality health care and support services.
The grant funds will launch "Men’s Health Day" by engaging men experiencing homelessness with an opportunity for a day of health education, screenings, community resources, and basic vision and dental services.

Friends for Sight
Working passionately every day to save sight and change lives.
The grant funds will be used to give at-risk kids the gift of sight with free vision screenings, eye exams, and prescription glasses.

Maliheh Free Clinic
Reversing the cycle of poverty and suffering due to poor health by providing free, high-quality medical services to uninsured, low-income Utah families and individuals.
The grant funds will be used for medical supplies and support services for the clinic’s “Healthy Families” support program.

Mentes Activas
Generating quality of life to patients, caregivers, families, and the community through education and awareness of Alzheimer’s disease.
The grant funds will be used for their annual prediabetes class.

Running Forward
Influencing children to build strong personal character through education and the establishment of positive relationships with university students.
The grant funds will be used to purchase shoes for students who participate in their end-of-year 5k.

Strengthening Families Foundation
Providing skills to parents and youth to strengthen family relationships and keep our youth addition-free.
The grant funds will be used to put closed captioning on their educational videos so families with a deaf member can watch, enjoy, and learn the skills together.

University Neighborhood Partners
Bringing together University of Utah and Salt Lake City west-side residents and resources in reciprocal learning, action, and benefit… "a community coming together."
The grant funds will be used for services and treatment for patients with previously untreated conditions or those who are unable to get treatment due to transportation or language barriers.

South Jordan

Smart Smiles
Committed to developing programs, products, and software that increase access to oral healthcare for students and children.
The grant funds will be used to provide dental care to 50 students in need.

St. George

Blue Butterfly House
Providing a safe, neutral facility for supervised visitations with loved ones.
The grant funds will be used to develop and teach a series of 12 in-depth co-parenting classes.

Doctors’ Volunteer Clinic
Providing affordable healthcare for the uninsured, underinsured, and low-income population of Southern Utah.
The grant funds will be used to provide healthcare to those who would otherwise go without.

Tooele

Life’s Worth Living Foundation
Awareness, Suicide Prevention, Education.
The grant funds will be used to train new suicide prevention trainers to expand their free classes.