By making a donation, you not only will help provide food, shelter and treatment to those in greatest need, but you give hope to so many that are hopeless. You can choose to make a monthly gift and know that it's being used to support all our programs that provide care to those in our community. Or make a Honor/Memorial Gift. No matter how you give, each dollar works hard to provide critical services every single day.
Each year, thanks to the support of donors like you, Volunteers of America, Utah touches the lives of more than 10,000 people across the state of Utah.
Today, your kindness and generosity will be a welcome gift to a man, woman or child in need. Your gift may provide such basic human necessities as shelter and food and such life-renewing assistance as rehabilitation and counseling.
Your gift will be more than a hand out or a quick fix. Instead, you will be supporting programs and services that encourage positive development, foster independence and promote the type of self-sufficiency that can change someone's life. When you support the work of Volunteers of America, Utah you make a difference in our community, and in return give so many that are hopeless a chance to hope again.
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WAYS YOU CAN DONATE:
Looking for an Eagle Scout project or a group service project? Volunteers of America needs your help. Our clients are facing cold and wet weather and it is difficult to keep enough supplies in stock to keep warm and safe from the environment. Just as importantly, the distribution of need items helps us start a relationship with many clients, allowing our outreach teams to build trust that can lead to a stronger commitment from the individuals to work to improve their lives. Consider putting together a donation supply drive for need items or making a financial contribution towards much needed supplies. Click below for a list of our top needed items.
A Home for Homeless Youth
Homeless youth are out there. You may not see them, but we do. We work with them every day, and we understand their needs. These youth have had the support, love, and resources associated with HOME removed from them, and we're trying to give them a hand up - the support they deserve - with a new HOMELESS YOUTH RESOURCE CENTER (HYRC). With the completion of the HYRC we'll be able to provide everything from counseling and job-search assistance to a shower and hot meal. But we need your help.