A hot meal. A fresh pair of socks. A warm bed to sleep in. These are all basic needs that many in Salt Lake County struggle with. Here are some charities that are coming to the rescue.
Veterans Day is just around the corner, and Salt Lake County will have several events where you can give back and honor those who have dedicated their lives to this country. Here are a few ways to honor our veterans on Veterans Day and beyond.
Just like a day trip to the dazzling Red Butte Canyon and spending exploring the Natural History Museum of Utah, brunch is also another one of those ubiquitous Salt Lake institutions that we love to take part in – either solo or with friends! From coffee and mimosas, to bacon and eggs and pancakes, if you’re looking for some of the best brunching hot spots in the state, why not give one of these five restaurants a try?
For many of us, donating to a local charity is something we may only think about during the holidays. However, there are several worthy charities right here in Vancouver that can use your help all year round.
The year-end holidays are an excellent time to reach out to local charities that need our help to do their work. This includes religious organizations and nonprofits that feed the hungry and provide clothing and shelter to those who are struggling. It’s not just financial help that these organizations need to operate. They need human power too.
The Salt Lake area has many great charities that benefit the health and welfare of children. It’s part of what makes living here such an enjoyable and rewarding experience. We put together the following list of ten charities that help kids through mentoring, after-school and summer programs, leadership training, and education. These organizations not only benefit young people in our state but all over the world.
Thinking of doing some spring cleaning? Make more of an impact by donating some items to nonprofits in need! Read on if you want to know which Salt Lake organizations you can help with!