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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Providing a quality educational experience to all students.
The grant funds will be used to purchase reading pens to help struggling readers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Awareness, Suicide Prevention, Education.
The grant funds will be used to train new suicide prevention trainers to expand their free classes.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Supporting elders who live in the cultural and spiritual traditions of the Navajo people. The grant funds will be used to purchase basic items such as food, canes, walkers, and bandages.
Improving the lives of children and adults in our community for over 40 years through hands-on philanthropic programs. The grant funds will be used to purchase items for Assault Survivor Kits that include clothing, underwear, and hygiene products.
Providing children with strong and enduring, professionally supported, 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Inspiring and empowering youth through safe and impactful programs so they will graduate high school with a plan for college or career, contribute to their community, and live a healthy life.
Welcoming all children and families while providing exceptional service and care in a high performing learning environment.
Every Family. Every Person. A Home. CATCH ends homelessness by inspiring stable housing, financial independence and resilience.
Providing mental, emotional, and behavioral health care services to children and the families that care for them.
Providing affordable primary medical, dental, behavioral health and social services to south central Idahoans.
Making lives in Southwest Utah better by providing accessible, quality healthcare regardless of financial, language, or cultural barriers. The grant funds will be used for behavioral health support for opioid addiction and depression.
Delivering food to hungry children for the weekend. The grant funds will be used to buy food for the kids.
Seeking justice and healing for child victims. A safe haven where small voices can be heard. The grant funds will be used to improve health and wellness by purchasing medical supplies needed during a sexual assault medical examination.
Inspiring girls to be joyful, healthy & confident using a fun experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.
Helping those lost in the fog of emotional and physical trauma to find their way through equine therapy. The grant funds will be used for therapy sessions and other supplies to support the attendees.
With Christ's love and without judgement we empower people toward self-reliance.
Working with community partners to address and solve pressing issues throughout Ogden as a network of empowered female civic leaders. The grant funds will be used to convert 3,500 square feet of underutilized space in the garden into an urban farm plot.
Helping individuals with dementia and their families with education, support, activities, and consultation. The grant funds will be used to pay for 100 full days of classes for those with dementia who otherwise would not be able to attend.
Providing safe, stable, program-enriched affordable housing to low-income families, seniors, and individuals with special needs. The grant funds will be used to support the smoking cessation program by providing quit assist materials, incentives, and healthy snacks.
Providing nutritional services that meet the food insecurity needs of individuals and families throughout the Treasure Valley.
Assisting seniors and/or disabled adults to remain independent with safety and autonomy.
Positively impacting our community by generating resources to meet the physical, nutritional and spiritual needs of individuals.
Feeding hungry children and building their self-esteem. The grant funds will be used to feed up to 250 hungry children over the weekend during the school year.
Providing all-inclusive, integrated, victim-centered services to stabilize and support individuals, families, and our community. The grant funds will be used to provide resources for victims residing in a shelter, such as food, clothing, transportation, medication, hygiene products, linens, and paper products.
Promoting healthy lifestyles for better living. The grant funds will be used to buy hepatitis C kits to provide free testing to underinsured or uninsured individuals.
Working together to make a low-cost, lightweight, easy-to-build and operate motorized pediatric wheelchairs for small children in need. The grant funds will be used to make 6 wheelchair kits for families in need.
Promoting the healthy benefits of cycling and getting more kids on bikes in Valley and Adams County
Offering a free sober active community to individuals who have suffered from a substance use disorder and to those who choose a sober life.
Providing dental care to the needy in our community. The grant funds will be used to purchase materials that cannot be donated such as anesthetic, filling materials, dental varnish, sutures, and needles.
Providing suicide prevention activities to benefit individuals in our community who need it the most. The grant funds will be used for continued Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) training and educational materials.
Welcoming limited income mothers and their families into a community of education, support and empowerment.
Changing all of our hearts to make room for a little HOPE through suicide prevention. The grant funds will be used to support the Hope Walk to remind students that the Hope Squad is there to help them when they need it.
Helping families and individuals through tough times by providing temporary food assistance and pointing them to resources for self-reliance. The grant funds will be used to purchase healthy food items needed to complete the pantry food kits.
Dedicated to providing affordable, comprehensive health care to everyone in our community to improve health and quality of life.
Improving the quality of life for children and youth who experience abuse, neglect, or homelessness. The grant funds will be used for the JUMP program expansion into Northern Utah for life skills workshops for young adults.
Providing affordable housing and treatment services for individuals in need, rather than their ability to pay. The grant funds will be used to provide housing to those committed to getting clean and sober.
Building a stronger community through access to healthy food and addressing the root causes of food insecurity.
Collaborating with nonprofits and schools across the state to relieve hunger and promote community health.
Empowering youth to create purpose-filled futures by providing community education, support, and lasting connections. The grant funds will be used to purchase 700 Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention booklets and Youth Mental Health books.
Providing at-risk children with a safe environment that fosters self-confidence, respect for others, leadership, and social skills. The grant funds will be used to purchase healthy after-school snacks for the 120 youth who attend daily.
Nurturing and protecting children in need by providing a loving family home, breaking the cycle of abuse and neglect.
Providing confidential and clinically appropriate counseling services.
Serving community Seniors one heart at a time with civic, cultural, medical, transportation & nutritional opportunities.
Inspiring and empowering refugees to become self-sufficient by offering services that address critical needs. The grant funds will be used to help underprivileged refugee families sign up for healthcare and purchase assessment supplies, such as blood pressure cuffs and pulse oximeters.
Providing agroecology education and food assistance to the low-income community all four seasons of the year. The grants funds will be used to purchase a nuc colony of bees for the beehive, honey harvest equipment, season extension supplies, citizen science research supplies, and seeds.
Providing hope to individuals, their families, and the community through support, education, activities, outreach, and advocacy. The grant funds will be used to purchase curriculum material and promotion of the Kindergarten Kickoff class.