The Season of giving is upon us, and your contribution is more than a donation. It's a glimmer of hope that our friends and neighbors can access the food, shelter, and clinical support they need. Your generosity changes lives. Thank you for making a difference in our community.
Donate Essential Winter Items
Our Homeless Outreach Team (HOP) is increasing efforts to supply Utahns with essential cold-weather items. In addition, our Youth Resource Center (YRC) and Women's Resource Center (WRC) will be dipping into their cold-weather reserves to accommodate clients' needs. If you have considered hosting a drive or want to donate essential winter items via our Amazon Wish List, now is the time to make it happen!
We serve over 450,000 meals annually, and volunteers contribute their time to ensure that clients have a healthy and warm meal, which is essential to a person's path to healing. Volunteer individually or with a group at our Youth Resource Center, Women's Resource, and Recovery on Redwood. You'll need to create an account, sign two waivers and then you'll be ready to work inside one of your programs.
Volunteers of America, Utah provides community-supported paths for those who are vulnerable to improve their lives and increase their self-reliance.
We provide year-round support for individuals living on the street through basic need items, education assistance, employment services and housing assistance.
We offer acceptance, safety, and care to support individuals on their road to sobriety.
We strive to reduce the impact of mental illness and to facilitate lifelong improvements in the well being of individuals and families.
meals provided for individuals struggling with homelessness, addiction or mental illness.