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American Red Cross - Northern Utah Chapter Julie Schwartz
(801) 258-5310
Ready to Make a Difference?

You've come to the right place! It is through the time and care of ordinary people that we can do extraordinary things.

American Red Cross Utah Region volunteers:

Respond to disasters—from house fires to hurricanes—to help alleviate the suffering of disaster victims both locally and nationwide
Support active duty military members and their families, and veterans through our Service to Armed Forces program
And much more!

The Utah Region offers a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for youth (ages 14-18) and for adults (ages 18 and above.) Internships are also available. We need your skills and abilities, so learn more and get started now!

As of January 1, 2013, we do not have any short-term volunteer opportunities to support court-ordered community service hours. Please call 2-1-1 if you need a list of agencies who can assist you in completing your required hours.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Of Utah Jim Tarr
(801) 743-1682
Hello- Big Brothers Big Sisters welcomes volunteers 18 years and over to give of their time to change the life of a child. We facilitate and professionally support mentoring relationships that focus on educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors and gaining social competence. Our success is defined by the outcomes we achieve for children, the increased number of children we impact and the community benefits created when children achieve lifelong success.
Boys And Girls Club Of Weber-Davis Karlee Stoker
(801) 627-2071
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis provides after school and summer programs that offer a safe, positive place for kids to participate in recreational and educational activities. There are a variety of opportunities for volunteers, including teens! We are also happy to work with groups. 
Catholic Community Services Of Northern Utah Damian Aguilera
(801) 428-1296
CCS of Northern Utah runs the largest food pantry in the state, the Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank. We assist 5,000 struggling individuals with 235,000 lbs of food every month through our main facility, a satellite pantry on Lincoln Avenue, and hundreds of deliveries to seniors and others with disabilities who are homebound. We also offer case management and referral services to help them on their path to self-reliance. It is a large undertaking with daily operations requirements, and VOLUNTEERS truly make it happen!

We also run a childhood hunger program called Bridging the Gap, which is a mobile pantry that visits local, low-income schools every Friday to provide the students with two bags of food to get them through the weekend until they get back to the free meals at school on Monday. We currently help over 4,000 hungry students each month.

Our last program, St. Martha’s Baby Layette Project, provides over 700 brand-new layettes each year to low-income mothers through area hospitals. The layettes include all of the items needed to take a newborn home, and we also offer each mom a monthly support class and case management services.
Cottages Of Hope (801) 809-8847
Cottages of Hope is a non-profit agency dedicated to 
helping Weber County and the Ogden area households achieve greater levels of financial stability that will lead to asset growth and greater 

Cottages of Hope Prosperity Center provides computers at no cost to 
Clients for job search and online application, resume preparation, 
career, and education research, search for housing and a variety of other services. Free tax service beginning in January is also provided.
DaVinci Academy Of Science And The Arts Fred Donaldson
(801) 675-9538
DaVinci Academy was the brainchild of a coalition of business, science, education, and community leaders early in 2003. The concept of creating a high school in downtown Ogden that provided the knowledge and skills students needed in the 21st century was compelling for many. After months of work, DaVinci Academy was chartered by the Utah State Board of Education and opened its doors in August 2004 with the mission of integrating science and the arts after the example of the original Renaissance man, Leonardo da Vinci.
Davis/Morgan/Summit Head Start - Early Head Start Brett Lund
(801) 725-0719
George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park (801) 866-3534
 The George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park is an organization dedicated to securing and providing resources to develop and maintain dinosaurian natural history exhibits, educational and recreational activities, and expanded programs. We appreciate all the support we receive from volunteers!

The Ogden George S Eccles Dinosaur Park & Museum Foundation strives to secure and provide resources to develop and maintain dinosaurian natural history exhibits, educational and recreational activities, and expanded facilities and programs to serve people of all ages. 

The Park originated in 1993 through a private/public partnership between the Foundation and Ogden City. The park develops and maintains prehistoric exhibits and provides educational and recreational activities on six acres of reclaimed land adjacent the Ogden River. The Park has preserved the history of the extinct and educates through instruction, exhibits and recreational activities for today’s society
Get Out And Live (GOAL) Foundation Clairesse Miljour
(801) 710-1693
GOAL's mission is to support the Greater Ogden community's vision to be recognized as an outdoor recreation mecca, by producing unparalleled athletic events and by collaborating with other organizations in bringing athletically-oriented events to the Ogden area. GOAL will, in all its activities, strive to engage the community, local business, and relevant government agencies in outcomes that bring a sense of pride and belonging to all those involved.
Habitat For Humanity Tallie Vetas
(801) 564-8763
We are a nonprofit organization that builds or repairs safe, decent, and affordable homes in partnership with low-income families in Weber and Davis Counties. We are a recognized affiliate of our parent organization, Habitat for Humanity International.

Habitat’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Our Habitat affiliate here in Weber and Davis Counties is an all-volunteer organization that has no paid staff whatsoever, which means that we are completely dependent upon the help that both our short-term and more long-term volunteers can provide. Each and every hour of your service can help a family in need!
Ogden Nature Center Diana St. John
(801) 621-7595
Our mission is to unite people with nature and nurture appreciation and stewardship of the environment.

The 152-acre preserve is our foundation, but education is our focus. 
Each year the Ogden Nature Center brings more than 27,000 children, teachers, and adults together with nature through hands-on field classes. Participants in our education programs, both for school groups and for the community, observe and learn about plants and animals up-close, discovering the pleasure of being in nature and realizing their own connection to the environment.

The center is open to the public for discovery and exploration. 
Visitors enjoy meeting bird of prey, snakes, tortoises, salamanders and other native animal species. Outside there are picnic areas, 
treehouses, bird blinds, a spotting tower and 1.5 miles of walking trails. The Nature Center boasts two of Utah’s greenest buildings, with hands-on nature exhibits and a unique gift store.

The Ogden Nature Center offers a wide variety of community programs for all ages including art, photography, birding, wildlife in Utah, outdoor recreation, conservation, sustainable practices and more. During the summer, week-long nature camps are taught by our team of teacher/naturalists. Several community events are held each year including an Earth Day Celebration and Creatures of the Night at Halloween.
Ogden Weber Community Action Partnership (OWCAP) Kim Hall
(801) 399-9281

The mission of the Ogden-Weber Community Action Partnership is to diminish the effects of poverty in Weber County through education, individualized support, advocacy, and collaboration.

Among the services provided by OWCAP are:

  • Emergency food boxes
  • Assistance with adult education, GED or high school diploma, ESL classes, employment, and financial literacy education
  • Head Start: comprehensive preschool for low-income children as well as support for the entire family
  • Circles: a program which provides allies to support individuals as they reach goals to rise out of poverty
  • Free income tax return preparation (VITA)

How to Get Involved:

Volunteer opportunities at OWCAP are varied. It is likely you will find an opportunity that is closely linked to your interests.

Volunteers are needed to:

  • Assist teachers in classrooms
  • Beautify the building and grounds
  • Stock and sort food donations and prepare food boxes in the pantry
  • Greet taxpayers and help prepare tax returns
  • Be an ally to an individual rising out of poverty and much more!
PARC Ann Primacio
(801) 633-6577
For more than 40 years, PARC (Pioneer Adult Rehab Center) has provided leadership as a non-profit organization with the unique mission of advancing the employment opportunities of individuals with disabilities. At PARC, we do everything in our power to support all of our clients in reaching their highest potential. Our dedication to providing comprehensive discovery begins with our highly experienced, compassionate team of managers, job coaches, and supervisors, who specialize in career advancement for individuals with disabilities. Our staff is the strong foundation of our success, and we build on that with our facilities, equipment, and service-based opportunities.

Volunteer opportunities range from teaching classes, assisting clients, special projects.
Special Olympics Utah Jeannie Gamble
(801) 363-1111
The mission of Special Olympics Utah is to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts and skills with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
The Salvation Army NanCee McDowell
(801) 895-7182
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of 
the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its 
ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
United Way Of Northern Utah Julie
(801) 399-5584

The United Way is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the common good by encouraging people to give, advocate and volunteer to bring about positive change in our community. The United Way is a philosophy that underneath what we look like, where we live or what we do, we're all people. We're all interconnected, and inter-dependent. When one of us succeeds, we all succeed. Everyone deserves opportunities to have a good life: a quality education that leads to a stable job, enough income to support a family through retirement, and good health.

That's why United Way's work is focused on the building blocks for a good life:

  • Education: Helping children and youth achieve their potential
  • Income: Promoting financial stability and independence
  • Health: Improving people's health

The United Way of Northern Utah first came into effect in 1961 as part of a County vote to unify agencies providing services to Davis County with a United Fund. As the years have continued the idea of agencies working together to improve services to Northern Utah has remained.

The organizations that partner with the United Way today are:

  • American Red Cross
  • Box Elder Community Pantry
  • Boys & Girls Clubs
  • Catholic Community Services
  • House of Hope / Serenity House
  • Lantern House (St.Anne’s Center)
  • Local School Districts
  • New Hope Crisis Center
  • Oneida Crisis Center
  • Prevent Child Abuse Utah
  • The Salvation Army
  • Tri-County Independent Living Center
  • Share, Inc.
  • Utah AIDS Foundation
  • YMCA
  • Your Community Connection (YCC)
  • How to get involved with the United Way of Northern Utah

Become a Volunteer:

Being a volunteer is far more than attending a group activity once every few months. Volunteers can participate in a variety of programs that range in focus, age group, and meeting times. There is no experience needed and you will be able to make a difference in the life of a young person. After you register with a program, all you need to bring is you! The United Way is a connector organization, which means we connect nonprofit agencies with people willing to fill their positions as volunteers. These opportunities can be as little as one day of service or as much as a regular, ongoing service position. The time commitment is up to the volunteer and can be matched with each agency for a perfect fit. Call 801 - 399 - 5584 for information.

Be a Welcome Baby Volunteer:

Welcome Baby is a home visitation program. We train volunteers to visit new parents in our community. During their monthly visit the volunteer shares parenting engagement activities, parenting tips and a developmental checklist. A commitment of at least 6 months is asked of our volunteers. Volunteers can decide how much time per month they are able to donate and set their own schedule. We also ask volunteers to attend at least one in-service training per quarter. In-service is a great way for volunteers to enhance their home-visitation experience and the information they can bring to families.

We look for volunteers that have experience working with children and families especially experienced mothers. We have a high need for volunteers that speak Spanish. Become a Welcome Baby volunteer home visitor and enjoy the fulfillment of strengthening families in your community. Have fun interacting with parents and their new babies, bringing new information and activities while sharing insights from your personal experience. You can make a difference in the lives of families in Northern Utah! 

To volunteer or for more information please call Julie @ 801-399-5584.

Be a Tutor

We are seeking volunteers to be readers and/or tutors in Ogden and Weber elementary schools. This is a year-long commitment to one or two students to help them reach grade level and see success. This position requires a background check and brief training in the reading program used in all area schools. We also accept tutors for our three junior high schools to assist students who have fallen behind in with their school work. 

Get Started:

Visit the Center for Community Engaged Learning and let the staff know that you want to get involved with the United Way and their programs! 
Weber Elections Megan Fitzpatrick
(801) 399-8036
Mission: We plan, prepare, and execute the requirements for Primary and General Elections and we strive to ensure: accessibility to voting, information, and election services. Efficiency within the voting process - both cost and function. Accuracy in counting your vote and providing information resources.

Description of Organization: We need volunteers to help with our events as well as all of the students of WSU to be registered to vote!
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Of Northern Utah

DaLyn Erickson

(801) 814-7888

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah (WRCNU) is a fledgling not-for-profit organization that has quickly become the largest rehabilitation center in Utah; helping more than two thousand injured and/or orphaned wildlife yearly.  Our mission statement is:

“Through wildlife rehabilitation and education, we will empower the community to engage in conservation and responsible stewardship of wildlife and habitat.”

The WRCNU is licensed to rehabilitate birds and small mammals.  This means we care for everything from hummingbirds to eagles, chipmunks to beaver. Ninety-five percent of the animals we treat come to us because of some human-caused impact so we also focus intently on education.  We go to schools and other community events spreading the message of the impact humans have on wildlife and habitat and teaching them how conservation and caring for wildlife and habitat is easy and beneficial for all.

How to get involved with the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

Become a Volunteer:

Volunteers are the backbone of our organization.  An integral part of our mission, our volunteers come from a wide variety of backgrounds and are amazingly dedicated and hardworking people.  They range from the ages of six to seventy-two and all bring a wonderful mesh of experiences, personalities, and ideas to our center.  We love our volunteers and really appreciate the precious time they devote to ensuring the survival and release of our many animals.  Along with our volunteers, the center has one Wildlife Specialist on staff at all times and two fledgling apprentice wildlife rehabbers.  All of our animals are cared for in a professional manner and have full access to wildlife and avian veterinarians when needed.  Come and be a part of our specialized team! Know what it is like to make a difference and release a wild animal back into its natural habitat.  To volunteer please call Jen Dummer at 801-814-7888 to schedule an orientation or email Jen at 

We need volunteers in the following areas:

  • DataBase Entry and Data Base Design
  • Grant Writing 
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Cleaning
  • Fundraising
  • Office work/record keeping/ mailings
  • Educational programs (after gaining adequate experience)
  • Community outreach
  • Event planning/Marketing
  • Boy Scout Eagle projects
  • Corporate and group projects
  • Writing newsletters
  • Caring for injured or orphaned raptors (after gaining adequate experience)
  • Artistry (kids crafts, brochures, posters, etc)
  • Complete a Community Support Project

We are always looking for community support projects to be worked on by volunteers. These projects help support our center and wildlife in a variety of ways. If you are interested contact DaLyn Erickson 801-814-7888 or email to discuss project ideas.  Projects are based on the current need for the center.  We are always interested in new project ideas from our volunteers to help improve WRCNU. Some projects that people have done for us in the past are, portable vestibules, kennel carpeting, bird perches, bird room netting, sheeting kennels, needs list fundraisers and more!  All projects must be approved by WRCNU before attempted.
YCC Family Crisis Center Brent Hinsley
(801) 689-1723
Mission: To provide services to support and enhance the quality of life for all women, children, and families. By maintaining a structure of fulfillment through three program centers and community outreach programs, at-risk families and individuals are given the opportunity to influence conditions which risk their future.
YMCA Of Northern Utah Anna Wright
(801) 839-3380
Mission: To provide our communities with experiences that build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities.

Description of Organization: WELCOME! To the YMCA Volunteer Page! We are delighted to be in partnership with Weber State to help provide their students and our youth important community involvement opportunities. We have a wide variety of opportunities for you to get involved with the youth in Weber County. Please check our profile and volunteer opportunities pages for more details. And remember, here at the Y, we are for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
Youth Impact Inc.

Duncan Hunter
(801) 612-3001

Mission: Local program that promotes a family-like atmosphere that addresses the needs and fills voids in the lives of inner-city Ogden youth (ages 8-18).

Description of Organization: Arts and Crafts: 
Currently, in our arts and crafts area, we need dedicated volunteers who are interested in leading projects involving: 
-Horticulture (to begin in early spring) 
-Wire Wrapping/Metal Work

Work-Study Opportunity: 

Youth Impact is looking for a work-study to help with our afternoon programming. This position would be for approximately 20 hours per week and at $9.00 an hour. We need support Monday-Thursday from 3 - 8 p.m. 

Youth Impact needs supervisors/mentors for the various activities it provides for youth. Currently, there is a huge need for tutors and people who can effectively explain concepts in the tutoring environment from the hours of 3-5 PM each M-Th during the school year.

Volunteers are welcome to express interests and hobbies with 

Saturday activities also take place regularly.

Volunteer orientations are held on the following days: 

Mondays at 5:45 p.m. 
Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. and again at 5:45 pm 
with the exception of holidays. During the months of June - August volunteer orientations are held Mondays and Wednesdays at 1:00 PM. Youth Impact conducts its' activities in coordination with the Ogden School District's calendar. Orientations are generally 45 minutes.

If you are interested in volunteering please come to Youth Impact 5-10 minutes before an orientation time.

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Wildcat Partners

Christmas Box International Kristin Jensen
(801) 747-2201 ext. 107
Mission: The Christmas Box International provides assistance to prevent child abuse and services to improve the quality of life for children who have been abused, neglected or abandoned.

Our motto is simple: 'Every child deserves a childhood'

Description of Organization: The Christmas Box International - Ogden Christmas Box House partners with local, national and international communities and groups to prevent child abuse and to improve the quality of life for children, teens, and young adults who have been abused, neglected or are facing homelessness.

Volunteer opportunities consist of off-site group projects and/or activities, donation drives, occasional donation sorting, and ground maintenance.
Volunteering with children and youth directly requires at least a one-year commitment.  Must go through the application process and background check with the Division of Child and Family Services.  Approval of an application may take up to 3 weeks.
Court Appointed Special Advocates Susie Buckalew
(385) 258-4967
Mission: National CASA Association supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children so that they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.

Description of Organization: We provide volunteers the training needed to be a Court Appointed 
Special Advocate for children who find themselves in the court system through no fault of their own. These children are victims of abuse and neglect, and many are in foster care. They need a "voice in court" and you would speak for them and assure that the child's best interests are represented in the court at every stage of the case.

Becoming a CASA requires a one-year commitment, 21 years of age minimum requirement, 32 hours of training, and approximately 10 hours per month. You would visit the kids and get to know their situation. It is a big commitment, but a perfect internship for students looking to gain experience in social work or family law.
Davis Community Learning Center (801) 402-8395 Mission: The mission of the DCLC is to promote the value of learning, self-worth among students and adults in the community and provide a network of services which will facilitate quality performance among students, families, and community members and enhance their cohesive productive and responsible participation in society.

Description of Organization: The DCLC offers a myriad of opportunities for volunteering including ESL Classes and tutoring, preschool classes, computer classes, parenting workshops, Tutoring for the Wasatch Elementary After-School Program, and providing new clothing for school children who do not have access to other sources of funding.

We are looking for volunteers for Mon-Thurs 3:25-3:55. Volunteers are needed to help around 15-20 ESL kids with the Imagine Learning Computer Program after school. It is 30 min. a day and we just need you to help the students stay on task, and offer help if needed.
Intermountain Homecare & Hospice Linda Eggleston
(801) 622-5065
Mission: Excellence in the provision of healthcare services to communities in the Intermountain region

Description of Organization: Hospice is a compassionate approach to end-of-life care. The goal of hospice is to help people with serious illness live life fully, maintain their dignity and keep personal control over their lives. Hospice is available to anyone with an illness whose life expectancy is measured in months, rather than years. Volunteer requirements: 12-hour training, 6-month commitment
Ogden Bicycle Collective Kirsty Johnson
(801) 997-0336
Mission: The mission of the Bicycle Collective is to promote cycling as an effective and sustainable form of transportation and as a cornerstone of a cleaner, healthier, and safer society. The Collective provides refurbished bicycles and educational programs to the community, focusing on children and lower-income households.

Description of Organization: General Shop 
Volunteers are needed year-round to help with general shop tasks including shop maintenance and organization, landscaping, and other special projects as needed.

Marketing Intern: 
Intern sought for help creating and distributing flyers, creating Youtube videos, assisting with OBC social media, and helping develop other marketing strategies as needed.

Bike Repair: 
Volunteers labor in the shop year-round to repair bikes for resale, bike giveaways, or other events. Due to the nature of the work, all-volunteer mechanics, including those with previous experience, are strongly urged to attend free weekly classes before attempting to repair bikes for the programs. Classes are held each Thursday from 6-7pm, with time to practice afterward.

Bike Valet Volunteers: 
Volunteers assist with Bike Valet services at different events around Ogden. Check bikes in and out before/after events, working shifts of 2-4 hours.
Pregnancy Medical Clinic Gwen Johnston
(801) 820-5157
The Pregnancy Medical Clinic (PMC) is committed to serving women and men in unexpected pregnancies by offering physical, emotional and spiritual support in their difficult situations. We serve the Weber, Davis and Morgan Counties.

The PMC is committed to providing women with accurate and complete information on all her options, including:
  • Prenatal development
  • Information on abortion procedures and risks
  • Adoption referrals
  • The PMC believes that abortion compounds human need rather than resolving it and that there are positive alternatives to this choice.
The goal of the PMC is to meet women where they are at and show them the love of Christ through:
  • Nurse Consultations
  • Evidence-Based Patient Education
  • Emotional support
  • Practical assistance
  • The PMC offers free pregnancy testing, a discussion through her options, nurse consultation and referrals for ultrasound exams, community referrals, and practical help to help women discover hope.
The PMC is community funded, operating on donations from individuals, organizations, and churches within the community. The PMC receives no government funding.
Roads To Independence Tracy Socwell
(801) 612-3215
Welcome to our Roads to Independence portal. Please take some time to look around and find ways to get involved. We appreciate all the support we receive from volunteers!
Rocky Mountain Hospice- Layton Jen Van Ert
(801) 525-4850
Mission: If you love working with people and are interested in becoming a part of something great, this volunteer opportunity is for you. We are currently welcoming friendly, reliable volunteers of all ages for our hospice program. Our volunteers provide a variety of services for our clients which include respite care for caregivers, playing games, watching TV, friendly visits, shopping, light cleaning, pet therapy, and many other activities. We provide training for groups or individuals as needed. Our clients are mostly elderly and homebound or live in a facility, but we provide services to all ages. This is a great chance for you to make a difference, so call today!

Description of Organization: We are a non-profit organization that helps terminally ill patients. We have expanded in patients and so we are in desperate need of volunteers who are willing to volunteer for a commitment of six months, at least one hour a week. These positions look very good on medical resumes in particular and are also amazing opportunities to help the patients and families of those we are terminally ill.
Safe Harbor Crisis Center

Ariella Bennett
(801) 682-0127

Mission: Safe Harbor, a non-profit organization, provides shelter, supportive services, and advocacy to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, as well as education, awareness, and resources to our community. Our dedication to these objectives reflects our belief in the right of all individuals to a self-determined life free of violence. Description of Organization: Crisis Call/ Front Desk Advocate (6 month commitment)  Sexual Assault After Hours Crisis Team (6 month commitment)  Protective Order Court Advocate (6 month commitment) Crisis Call/ Front Desk Advocate:  Being a volunteer at Safe Harbor Crisis Center is a rewarding opportunity to help victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Volunteers are vital to our organization. The shelter would not be able to operate without them. Shelter Volunteers help with a variety of tasks including answering the crisis line, assisting residents with paperwork and meetings, accepting donations, problem-solving with residents, welcoming new residents and helping them get settled in the shelter and assisting with other shelter operations. We have a variety of shifts during the day, evening, and night available. Each shift is 3 to 4 hours long.  Donation Room: Safe Harbor is generously supported by regular donations by the residents of Davis and Weber County. If you choose to help with our donation room you will be helping to sort and organize donated items in a way that help caseworkers get needed items to shelter residents and their families. Sexual Assault After Hours Crisis Team:  Crisis Team Advocates are on-call after hours (evenings and weekends) and are dispatched through law enforcement when there has been police involvement with a domestic violence situation. Volunteers meet with victims to offer support, resources, and referrals. Volunteers are generally on call one week every five weeks. Protective Order Court Advocate:  Court Advocates attend Protective Order hearings every Wednesday morning from about 8:30 am until 12 pm. Court volunteers assist petitioners by directing them where to go, helping them fill out paperwork, and offering support prior to and during their hearing.
Soroptimist Of Ogden Susan Kidman
(801) 598-9935

Mission: Soroptimist International of the Americas is a global volunteer organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.

Description of Organization:

  • Physical help at various community service/fundraising activities: setup, cleanup, participation in the activity. 
  • Help complete the site map for our website including the separation of public and members-only files by password. 
  • Help with understanding and expanding the use of social media for activities of the Club: 
    • Developing a marketing strategy to increase membership and improve communications to the public for applicable events and fundraisers; 
    • Using social media to fully publicize and advertise upcoming events and fundraisers to draw better turnouts; 
    • Tailoring existing the website, Facebook, Twitter and other social media to enable us to accomplish the mission of SIO and as outlined in the approved marketing strategy.
South Davis Home Health And Hospice Heidi Wade
(801) 397-8133

Mission: We commit ourselves to enhance the health and well being of the individuals we serve: our patients, their families, and our fellow employees. We commit to serve with excellence and to exceed expectations.

Description of Organization: We are currently looking for student interns in the following areas: Social Work, nursing, family studies or gerontology. Any students that are interested in doing volunteer or community service hours with us are welcome as well!

Volunteer Needs:

Compassionate visit volunteer - Visit patients on a one-on-one basis to provide companionship and emotional support.

Other volunteers: 

  • Piano or other musical instrument playing. 
  • Bingo 
  • One-on-one visits (reading, visiting, going for walks, playing games, etc.) in each facility. 
  • Assisting Orchard Cove and Barton Creek with activities. 
  • Manicures
  • Crafts 
  • Provide companionship visits, life review, and family support to terminally ill patients (Hospice)
Treehouse Children's Museum Gina Adamson
(801) 394-9663 ext. 106
Treehouse Museum is always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to assist with programs and special events and work as exhibit hosts. Treehouse can provide real-world, confidence-building experiences, and opportunities to acquire valuable job skills.

At Treehouse, we have several categories of volunteers.

Group Volunteers:

School groups, church groups, business groups, or family groups can volunteer to help at Treehouse with special projects or events. Each member of the group must complete a volunteer application and group interview before being accepted.
UServeUtah Mike Moon
(801) 245-7218
Mission: To strengthen Utah communities through the power of service and volunteerism.

Description of Organization: We're looking for Weber State students to volunteer in the following roles: 

Community Engagement Volunteer:
Help coordinate UServeUtah events (includes coordinating Days of Service events and tabling at local conferences).

Marketing Volunteer:
Helping to coordinate and manage social media posts and curate fun material for social media campaigns. May also develop communications strategies for other UServeUtah initiatives.

Curriculum Design Volunteer:
Helping to take our current volunteer management training items and put it in an approachable, easy to access online format.
Utah Foster Care Amy Wicks
(801) 392-1114
Welcome to our Utah Foster Care portal. Please take some time to look around and find ways to get involved. We are an organization dedicated to assisting foster families and the Division of Child & Family Services in meeting the needs of foster children. We appreciate all the support we receive from volunteers!
Wasatch Wigeons Association

Michael Brewer
(956) 270-1345

Mission: As a group of conservation-minded water-fowlers we see the need to stand up, taking stewardship of local wetlands and waterways. Focusing on conservation and community engagement primarily, but not limited to partnerships outside of the area North of Farmington Bay and South of Bear River Game Refuge, Utah. This narrow scope concentrates our efforts, thus increasing the quality of our work and long-term sustainability. Therefore we will fully engage in conservation projects that benefit waterfowl and local wildlife, through community engagement efforts promoting public involvement by educating adults to mentor youth in taking stewardship of our water-fowling and conservation legacies.

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Cub Partners

American Cancer Society Hope Lodge Kylee Anderson
(801) 844-1802
The American Cancer Society Hope Lodge program provides a free home away from home for cancer patients and their caregivers. More than just a roof over their heads, it’s a nurturing community that helps patients access the care they need. Each Hope Lodge community offers a supportive, home-like environment where guests can share a meal, join in the evening’s activities, or unwind in their own private room. Patients staying at a Hope Lodge must be in active cancer treatment and permanently reside more than 40 miles or one hour away from their cancer treatment center. Each patient must be accompanied by a caregiver. Volunteer opportunities include Guest Services, Staffing the Front Desk, General Volunteering (stocking supplies, help to maintain the grounds), Cooking Meals (providing a meal for our guests), Holding Game Nights.
Anything For A Friend

Brenda Smith
(801) 626-8547

Mission: Anything for a Friend seeks to provide an avenue through which family, friends and the community of someone dealing with personal tragedy can band together to show support. We believe that through the organization of a community fundraiser, both the friends and the benefactor are able to minimize much of the fear and anxiety related to personal tragedy and find satisfaction through such an event, ultimately benefiting the entire community. Please come out and get involved with our organization! Description of Organization: Anything for a Friend seeks to demonstrate the healing power that occurs when countless people who make up the network of our lives step forward and band together through acts of kindness towards a common goal of love and support.
ARUP Jason Parr
(801) 497-6636
Mission: To continually improve patient care by providing a safe and adequate supply of blood and blood products for local patients in need. In partnership with blood donors, physicians, and community organizations, we provide comprehensive transfusion medicine services for patients at the University of Utah Hospital and Clinics, Huntsman Cancer Institute, Primary Children's Hospital and Shriners Hospital for Children. Description of Organization: Donating blood or Organizing a blood drive is a great way to serve your community and help save lives. 
To organize a blood drive, you will need to: 
1. Contact an ARUP community relations representative by phone at (801) 497-6636 or email
2. Pick a date. ARUP schedules events 2 to 3 months in advance, so please schedule your event with us as soon as possible. 
3. Get at least 35 people to sign up as being interested in donating. 
4. Secure an acceptable location--either a place for our bloodmobile to park or an adequate area indoors along with some tables and chairs. 
5. Spread the word by distributing marketing materials (which are provided by ARUP Blood Services) and by personally inviting your friends, family, and colleagues to the drive. 
6. Have a representative available to help with logistics on the day of the drive. ARUP Blood Services will deliver the marketing materials to you approximately three weeks before the drive begins. We provide all the necessary equipment and staffing of the drive; however, we always appreciate a few extra volunteers to help out during the drive.
Camp Hobe' Christina Beckwith
(801) 631-2742
Mission: Camp Hobé is a special summer camp experience designed expressly for children currently undergoing treatment for cancer (& similarly treated disorders) as well as for their siblings. Our goal is to create an atmosphere that enhances self-esteem, fosters independence and friendships, and creates a feeling of belonging.
Canyon Home Health Care & Hospice Landon Ross
(801) 791-2692
Mission: Our mission is to deliver the best home-based care for our patients; whether it is recovery and rehabilitation after an operation or injury, care focused on chronic disease empowerment, palliative care for those with a terminal illness, hospice care at the end of life or pediatric care for the medically dependent.

The purpose of the mission is to touch peoples lives by sharing yourself and your time. Many hospice patients fear loneliness, so social interaction outside the family can provide invaluable emotional support and companionship to the patient and assistance to caregivers and the hospice staff.

The volunteers will have the opportunity to work with hospice patients in their current residence. The hospice census varies over time; therefore the number of volunteers and the amount of time needed will vary.
CAPES! James Zagrodnik
(801) 626-7084
Mission: CAPES! (Children’s Adaptive Physical Education Society) is a community-focused skill development initiative for children ages 5-12 with developmental disabilities (e.g. Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, etc.) and their families. WSU students in PEP 3660: Physical Education for Students with Disabilities and EDUC 2010: Human Exceptionality participate in practicum experiences designed to enhance their knowledge, understanding, and application of various teaching and learning theories in relation to individuals with disabilities. In a safe and fun environment, each child performs a variety of land and aquatic-based skills specific to each child to help him or she reaches optimal independence.

Description of Organization: Provide weekly interaction with students with disabilities with WSU students in land and water-based setting.
Community Education Center (CEC)

Kirsti Fox
(801) 626-7872


Luis Lopez
(801) 626-7872

We are always looking for volunteers for our tutoring and Conversation Partners programs. Whether you need volunteer hours for a class or simply want to help our community, we appreciate any assistance you can give! 
Davis County Attorney's Office Victim Services Elizabeth McAtee
(801) 451-4332
Mission: To support, inform, and empower all victims as they participate in the criminal justice system, by providing emotional and informational assistance.

Description of Organization: The Davis County Attorney's Victim Services provides emotional and informational support to victims during court proceedings, including trial and sentencing. Volunteers who are interested in working and advocating for victims of crime will receive great job experience in the criminal justice system by assisting staff advocates in the following ways: reviewing police reports to identify victims and assess immediate needs, helping victims determine and obtain monetary reimbursement for losses incurred directly as a result of the crime, assisting staff with file set-up, and composing case status notification and disposition letters.
Davis County Clerk/Auditor Shelly Jackson
(801) 451-3588
Mission: To protect the interests of Davis County citizens in the receipt and disbursements of funds the application of election laws and the maintenance of public records.

Volunteer opportunities include voter outreach, mail ballot processing, registration drives, voter education, and legislative research.
Davis Education Enrichment Resource (801) 427-7804
Mission: We are a nonprofit homeschool co-op that provides classes from children from preschool to 15 years of age. We serve our community by joining other groups to provide what is needed. We are a resource for homeschooling families in Davis County and beyond.

Description: We are a large homeschool co-op serving Davis County and surrounding areas. We meet once a week for a variety of classes for all ages. We plan service opportunities and partner with other organizations.
Davis School District Kayleen Carter
(801) 402-5252
Mission: Davis School District provides an environment where learning comes first. Students master essential learning skills, demonstrate civic responsibility, prepare for post-secondary education and careers, and engage in positive personal development. Parents are invested in their student's education. Employees recognize the value of their individual contributions and commit to excellence. The community supports the educational process.

Description of Organization: Assist teachers in a variety of classes, secondary and elementary 
Davis Volunteer Medical Clinic Eric Lancaster
(801) 525-4909
Description of Organization: We provide basic non-intrusive medical care for individuals with low income and without insurance.
Division Of Juvenile Justice Services Dustin Howard
(801) 265-7581
Mission: The mission of the Division of Juvenile Justice Services is to be a leader in the field of juvenile justice by changing young lives, supporting families and keeping communities safe.

Description of Organization: Utah Division of Juvenile Justice Services (DJJS) provides a continuum of intervention, supervision, and rehabilitation programs to youth offenders while assuring public safety.
EAST Center for Technology Outreach Dana Dellinger
(801) 626-7552
Building a habitat to sustain life on Mars, coding video games and designing robots for competition are just a few of the ways the Center for Technology Outreach in the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology helps young learners explore the world. Thanks to the help of generous donors and hundreds of volunteers annually, the outreach programs are offered free or for low cost across Utah.

Gavin Hutchinson
(801) 621-6595

Mission: EnableUtah will promote independence, inclusion, and acceptance in the community for individuals with disabilities

Description of Organization: EnableUtah is seeking students that are working towards a degree in communication, business, social work, psychology, or Sociology.

Duties for communications and business are as follows: Event Planning ( Marketing, advertising, guest experience, set up and takedown,) planning publicity strategies and campaigns, writing and producing presentations and press releases, speaking publicly at interviews, press conferences and presentations, analyzing media coverage, commissioning or undertaking relevant market research, Social Media Planning, and dissemination, Analyze data, prepare reports for senior management, Assess the performance of the department or company against goals and plans

Social Work, Psychology, Sociology: Identify individuals with disabilities who need employment and training, Assess clients’ needs, situations, strengths, and support networks to determine their goals, Develop plans to improve the well-being of individuals with disabilities. Advocate for and help clients get resources that would improve their well-being, Follow up with clients to ensure that their situations have improved.
Family Counseling Service Of Northern Utah Keicha Christiansen
(801) 399-1600
Description of Organization: Family Counseling Service is one of our area’s oldest non-profit organizations but as we near our second half-century of service to Northern Utah we are changing to respond to new community needs.

During the last year, we’ve increased the number of children and adolescents seen at FCS and provided counseling services in Spanish to more Hispanic residents. We’re also taking our services to our clients instead of expecting them to come to us. Thanks to supporting from the United Way of Northern Utah, we are offering counseling and group therapy sessions at the Boys and Girls Club in Brigham City. This fall, we will begin offering counseling sessions in Spanish at the Davis Community Learning Center for students at Wasatch Elementary School in Clearfield and parenting education classes at Odyssey Elementary School in Ogden. And, we continue to providing counseling services at the CROSS anti-gang program’s offices in Ogden.
Family Promise Of Ogden (385) 439-3115
Mission: To help homeless families with children move from homelessness to independence.

Description of Organization: Family Promise of Ogden is a private non-profit 501(c) 3, whose mission is to help homeless families with children move from homelessness to independence. We do this by meeting each family’s immediate basic needs for food and shelter while our staff works with the families to determine what factors precipitated the family homelessness, roadblocks to independence. To continue with our labor of love we need help.
Forever Bound Adoption Steve Sunday
(385) 445-4701
Mission: Forever Bound Adoption Provides birth parent counseling and support and placement services for adoptive applicants. We do outreach to the community regarding available services and educating the public on the benefits of adoption.

Description of Organization: Secretarial- filing, typing, organizing. Web maintenance- review and develop the current website. Community outreach- visit hospitals, clinics, schools, attorneys to promote available services. Casework Services- work with licensed social workers in providing direct services to clients. Planning of Activities and Conferences- work with United For Adoption in planning activities. Social Media Support- monitor and develop new ways of outreaching through social media. Create Outreach Materials- create pamphlets, flyers, packets for distribution to community
Free Community Meal (385) 445-4701
Free Community Meal brings volunteers together to provide hospitality, share resources, and relay information about services available for people who are in crisis, transition, or in poverty, while sharing a meal and conversation.

Marshall White Center 222 28th St. Ogden, UT 84401
Freedom Riders, Inc Patti Adams
(801) 643-6563
Description of Organization: Freedom Riders is a specialized equestrian program for physically disabled children ages 3-18 years old. It is a summer (May-Aug) recreational and therapeutic program designed to help children with cerebral palsy, and other physical conditions relax their spastic muscles but also improve their strength, mobility, and posture. The movement of the horse stimulates the centers in the rider's brain needed for a walking motion and allows the rider to experience mobility without being weight-bearing.

Freedom Riders is an all-volunteer program. Besides our Board of Directors, officers, accountant, nationally certified instructor, and program directors, we have many dedicated volunteers and well-trained horses in the program that make this wonderful experience possible.

Once a week these special children come to the Golden Spike Event Center in Ogden to ride horses and get a taste of freedom. The feelings of accomplishment, motivation, and adventure that come with horseback riding can make the spirit soar far beyond the limits of the body. 
Friends For Sight Rachel O'Brien
(801) 524-2020
Mission: Friends for Sight works passionately each day to save sight and change lives. We do this by providing free vision screenings and working to ensure that people of all ages and backgrounds have access to quality eye care. We are recruiting volunteers to vision screen at schools, businesses, community events, and our vision clinic.

You will be trained and certified as a volunteer vision screener. We also welcome Spanish speaking volunteers. This is also a great opportunity to gain patient care hours and gaining valuable volunteer experience.

Description of Organization: Our single mission is to preserve sight and prevent individuals from losing their sight needlessly. Friends for Sight offers three important vision screening programs, one each for children, youth and adults. Our vision screening and educational programs have reached over a million Utahns.
GEAR UP Brandon Flores
(801) 395-3547
GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) is a federally funded college access & readiness program administered by Weber State University who partners with local junior highs and high schools to help students (1) successfully graduate from high school, (2) establish a college-going culture within their homes, (3) gain knowledge about postsecondary options, preparation, and financing, and (4) prepare to enter and succeed in postsecondary education.
GiGi's Playhouse Danielle Craner
(801) 784-7429
Mission: The mission of GiGi’s Playhouse Down Syndrome Achievement Centers is to increase positive awareness of Down syndrome through national campaigns, educational programs and by empowering individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the communities.

Description of Organization: Tutors for our literacy program - This program is always going but session commitments are in sessions. Sep 19-Nov 19, Feb 13-April 29, June 12-Aug 12

Program volunteers for any of our 14 programs- times and programs vary.

Tutors will be tutoring one student for the entire session to improve reading skills.

Program volunteers will help the program lead with the activity that is planned that day. I.E. Cooking Club- you would help the participants to prepare the recipes that are being taught that day to help them be successful and learn new skills.

We also have a need for clerical, office type volunteers if anyone is interested.
Hooper Team Of Days For Girls International Rebecca Mikkelsen
(435) 232-6951
Mission: Every Girl. Everywhere. Period. Days for Girls is Turning Periods into Pathways by increasing access to menstrual care and education through developing global partnerships, cultivating social enterprises, mobilizing volunteers, and innovating sustainable solutions that shatter stigmas and limitations for women and girls. Together, we can create a world with dignity, health, and opportunity for all.

Description of Organization: Volunteers help make the components of the Days for Girls menstrual hygiene kits. Kit components are washable, reusable, and sustainable. There are sewing and non-sewing tasks for volunteers to do. 
Hospices Of Utah Tracy Ruiz
(385) 290-5846
Mission: WE Love Hospice (under the direction of the UHPCO Volunteer Committee), strives to provide face-to-face patient care by volunteers for all Hospice patients who would benefit from the care. UHPCO and all hospice agencies are required to meet a minimum of 5% of patient care as part of a Medicare volunteer requirement. As part of our mission, we recruit and train volunteers who are willing to enhance the quality of life for those who have been touched by a serious illness or a terminal disease.

Description of Organization: Students are assigned to one of the hospice agencies who are in need of a volunteer. As a committee, we try to match student interests with patient needs. Students can use their own creativity or personal skills to improve the quality of life for each individual patient. All patients have a need for someone to listen to them, validate their struggle of decline, and provide topics for interesting conversations. If a student is in pre-med, we try to take that into consideration when the student is assigned so that he/she can obtain the hours needed for medical applications. We also take into consideration, other majors. Music majors are assigned to patients who love music. Agricultural students might enjoy helping an older person with gardening could be assigned to someone who loves gardening. A love for History, Health Education, Science, Social Work, and Math are all considered as volunteers are assigned.
Independence Hospice Melissa Breitner
(360) 991-1115
Mission: Independence extends a warm welcome to our patients and families. Their medical treatment, safety, and happiness are most important to us. We are dedicated to promoting the physical and emotional well-being of our patients and all who come in contact with our agency. We strive to demonstrate our belief in the dignity and worth of each individual. The philosophy of Independence Hospice is that each patient has the right to approach the end of life with comfort and dignity.

Description of Organization: Hospice volunteers will provide companionship for the patients and respite for the families. Our volunteers will be trained and provided the education necessary to provide this meaningful service.

A hospice volunteer for Independence will be provided with educational training in the many areas that their services can be offered. A volunteer may offer one or another of the following for the hospice patient: Read to them, color with them, listen to music with them, hold their hand, cheerful communication (some of our patients just need someone to chat with) A volunteer may also offer respite for the families . . .whereby a family member just needs some time away while you sit with their loved one.
Intermountain Healthcare, & Primary Children's Volunteer Services Jonniece Busath
(801) 662-6561
Volunteers at Intermountain Hospitals are an integral part of the hospital's goal to deliver the highest quality care for children. Volunteers represent diverse backgrounds, ages, interests, skills, and professions. Duties can be things like, greeting patients and escorting them to their location. Someone friendly and outgoing make great greeters. Offering directions, assistance to locations and delivering flowers to rooms. In the clinical areas, volunteers can do comfort care where they can interact and talk with patients to enhance their experience. Some examples are reading to patients, getting them a drink, blanket, coloring with them, or just being there to listen and have a conversation.
International Language Programs Steve Brayton
(801) 317-4854
Description of Organization: Find out what it is like to travel the world and live abroad for a semester! As an ILP teacher, you’ll travel, serve, and make life-long friends with other college-age volunteers who have similar standards and values. By interacting with children for a few hours each day, you will give them something that will open doors for them for the rest of their lives–the English language. You’ll have a safe, unique chance to live with the local people in Russia, China, Mexico, Ukraine, Lithuania, or Thailand.

Lantern House 

formerly St. Anne's Center 


(801) 621-5036

St. Anne's Center exists to aid the poor, needy and homeless by providing them food, shelter and critical emergency services. We provide a hand up rather than a handout. Our goal is to transition residents from shelter to housing; encouraging their sense of independence, self-sufficiency, and self-confidence. We are committed to carrying out this mission while treating those who come to us with compassion, dignity, and respect.
National MS Society Sondra Stephens
(801) 273-8848
Mission: People affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever.

Description of Organization: Office Volunteers - providing phone coverage, greeting office guests and working on office projects as needed. 
Call Night Volunteers - assisting with calls to Walk and Bike fundraising event participants on Tuesday evenings from 4:00-6: 00 pm. 
Salt Lake and Ogden Walk volunteers - April 29th (Salt Lake), September TBD (Ogden) 
Bike volunteers - Saturday & Sunday, June 24th & 25th 
As a volunteer for the National MS Society, volunteers will be helping with general office tasks as well as tasks to help our development (fundraising) team with pre-event and event day activities such as registration, kids zone, vendor booth support, set-up, and takedown, etc.
Needs Beyond Medicine Philip Brown
(385) 645-4626
P.O. Box 521618
Salt Lake City, UT 84152
Needs Beyond Medicine is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to decrease the burden of cancer by increasing awareness, education, and relief to cancer patients. Needs Beyond Medicine enhances the quality of life for those diagnosed with cancer through educational and financial support.
No Poor Among Us

David Hamblin
(801) 897-8670

Description of Organization: NO POOR AMONG US is a small 501(3)(c) foundation with the purpose of helping to reduce poverty in Mozambique. Because of the impact that women can have on families, communities, peace, and prosperity, we are an organization with the purpose and desire to help poor women in Mozambique become self-sufficient. All of our donations are used to further our work in helping poor women and girls go to school, learn to support themselves and their children, and understand how to take care of their and their families' health and hygiene. Overhead expenses are covered by the foundation.
Ogden City Corp Stacey Olsen
(801) 629-8214
Description of Organization: This is our home. Our skyscrapers are Ben Lomond Peak, Mount Ogden, and Strawberry Peak. You might not see a lot of celebrities here, but you'll see plenty of stars. You'll find good eats, a place to sleep, and a huge playground. Whether you're enjoying the serenity of our mountains or the eclectic vibe of downtown and the notoriously charming Historic 25th Street, we hope you feel welcome in our home.
Ogden CAN (Civic Action Network Bill Cook
(801) 721-9382
Mission: The Ogden Civic Action Network is focused on the health, education and housing needs of the East Central Neighborhood in Ogden. There are seven anchor institutions, 22 ally organizations and 15,000 residents that are part of this organization. Weber State University is serving as the fiscal agent through the Office of Community Development.

Description of Organization: Monthly service projects will be determined by the residents of the East Central Neighborhood. The service opportunities will be posted when determined by the residents.
Ogden Pride, Inc. (801) 917-4588
Ogden Pride celebrates and supports the LGBT community, individuals and their families and allies in Northern Utah in building and strengthening inclusive communities. We are committed to excellence in advocacy, educational programs, and services.

*Festival Set-up and Tear-down. 
*Activities (Assist the coordinator with running the carnival games throughout the festival. 
*Entertainment (Assist the coordinator in preparing acts, keeping performances on schedule, & assisting the performers. 
*Info Booth/Swag Shack (Help run the greeting/information table and handle merchandise transactions. 
*Vendor Relations (Connect with our exhibitors and help meet their needs for the duration of the festival.
Ogden School District Carrie Maxson
(801) 737-7364
Mission: The mission of the Ogden City School District, enriched by its diversity, is to instill in all students a passion for learning, readiness to pursue their personal and career aspirations, and the capacity to thrive as responsible citizens in a global community.
One Warm Coat Sarah Wood-Rodriquez
(801) 710-4810
Mission: One Warm Coat works to provide a free, warm coat to any person in need. We encourage people to keep others warm by donating a new or gently used coat.

Description of Organization: To provide anyone in need with a warm coat, free of charge. Anyone can hold a coat drive and these donations stay in your local community.
Open Doors - Circles Davis County Jen McCarty
(801) 573-3216
The mission of Open Doors is to empower families and individuals to overcome abuse and poverty to attain self-reliance. 
Volunteer opportunities include childcare assistance and youth mentors for teenagers.  supervising and assisting children from ages 1-12 with crafts, fun activities, or free play. Helping them with homework and give advice/ support and guidance for life situations. Patience with kids is a good skill to have when volunteering.  They always need volunteers every Thursday evening from 5:30-8 pm. A background check may be needed depending on the volunteer position. 
Playworks Utah Theresa Dellomo
(801) 590-9478
Playworks helps kids stay active and build valuable social and emotional skills through play.

All kids deserve the social, emotional, and physical benefits of play. We help schools and youth programs create healthy play environments where every child can join in.
Primary Children's Rehab Sabra Sparks
(801) 662-6560
Mission: Our mission is to attain the highest levels of excellence in the provision of health care for children in an atmosphere of love and concern.

Primary Children's Rehab Layton includes specialists licensed in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language therapy. We offer a treatment philosophy, expertise and a commitment to superior service. We service children ages 0 to 21 years - and their families.
Project Success Coalition Inc. Betty Sawyer

Project Success, is a grassroots, not-for-profit, Community Learning Center, located in the heart of Ogden. Our motto is “Keeping Hope Alive” and we work with youth and families to help keep dreams alive and imagine a world where they contribute and participate in its positive growth and prosperity.  We do so by opening doors of opportunity to celebrate arts and culture, support and celebrate academic foundations, and promote health and wellness.

Project Success began as a response a to “Community Call to Action” to address the drug arrest and use and associated criminal activity in Ogden’s inner city. Betty Sawyer, along with the late Reverend Leander Coates, invited residents to a Town Hall Meeting at the Marshall White Community Center.  Over 100 residents, along with representatives from the Ogden NAACP, local congregations, sororities, and other civic groups, and Hill Air Force Base, came together to look at community challenges and community assets. Participants identified a lack of opportunities for youth and a lack of jobs, police issues, and limited activities for out-0f-school time, to name a few.  Everyone agreed to work together and make a difference in their neighborhoods, one brick at a time. There was not an organization at the time to fulfill this mission, so Project Success was born!  The name itself, was birthed through one of our local youth, citing PS for Post Script, meaning the “story isn’t over and there’s more to come”.   That was our sentiment exactly.  We weren’t ready to give on our inner city and the youth and families that reside there.  Project Success provided one of the first after-school programs in Ogden and has provided continuous services since it’s inception in 1989.

South Ogden City Doug Gailey
Mission: South Ogden City Corporation is a responsible organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing the quality of life by providing premium public services, promoting fiscal responsibility and responding in a timely and professional manner to the needs of every resident, visitor or employee of South Ogden City.
Trails Foundation of Northern Utah Julia Heavirland

Trails Foundation Northern Utah builds trails that create a culture where all have places to walk, run and ride as they enjoy nature and connect with their neighbors in the greater Weber County area. The mission of Trails Foundation is to plan, promote, construct, and protect a network of public pathways, trails, and related open spaces for non-motorized users throughout the greater Weber County area. 

We are committed to the idea that a non-motorized network of public pathways significantly contributes to our community’s economic vitality and quality of life.

The proven benefits of trails include: Encouraging outdoor recreation, fitness and good health; Enabling residents, especially children, to travel safely to their destinations on foot, bicycle, horseback, skis or even wheelchair; Fostering sustainable economic activity by providing amenities that attract business development and tourism; Protecting access to trailheads, mountains, rivers, open spaces, and public lands; Revitalizing people as they engage with their landscape, and Creating community pride as neighbors interact and come to appreciate their environment. We, therefore, envision a comprehensive network of greenways joining urban and rural pathways that respect private landowners while linking communities throughout Weber county.

Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault Amanda Anderson
Mission: The Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault engages individuals and organizations in local and statewide collaborations to strengthen the effectiveness of sexual violence education, prevention and response in Utah.

Description of Organization: As a statewide organization, our needs range from simple office tasks to opportunities to serve on councils, committees, and other internal agency bodies.
Utah Community Action Korie Simpson
Mission: The mission of Utah Community Action is to empower individuals, strengthen families and build communities through self-sufficiency and education programs.

Description of Organization: Utah Community Action has over 70 Head Start classrooms, 5 Food Pantries, 1 Production Kitchen, 1 Community Garden and other locations for Case Management & Housing, HEAT, Adult Education, and Weatherization.
Utah Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce Myrna Fernandez
We are a network of business and professional associations and entrepreneurs working together to expand economic development opportunities, serving as an advocate for legislative issues and promoting trade in the State of Utah.

We have offices in Salt Lake City, Ogden, and St George.
Weber County League Of Women Voters Terri McCulloch
Description of Organization: We are a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that works to educate voters on timely issues in the area. We register voters by going to public events and local high schools. With the help of the political science department at WSU, we are publishing a Voter's Guide for the upcoming election and might need help in distribution. We would love volunteers to help register voters at WSU. We meet monthly and have a speaker that addresses current issues. We helped to gather signatures on the redistricting and ethics petitions. The State League conducts studies and develops position statements allowing us to lobby at the legislature.
Weber County Library System Lydia Hunter
Mission: The mission of the Weber County Library is to provide relevant information service to all segments of our community, enabling people to make meaningful decisions in their lives and participate as full-fledged members of our democratic society. Information ins the currency of democracy; it is our duty to provide the information people require in order to study all sides of any issue and then make a personal decision as to how to best participate in the democratic process.

Description of Organization: The Adult Literacy Program, working in partnership with community volunteers, seeks to empower adult members of our community in need of educational assistance with a sense of personal worth and the capability to undertake and fulfill a unique life plan, that is to pursue their own goals, to pursue their own happiness.
Weber Housing Authority Matt Jensen
Mission: Embrace the importance of human life and provide all within our scope with opportunities for safe, clean, decent and affordable housing. We recognize housing is a gateway for families and individuals to receive education in life skills and acquiring tools to assist them in becoming socially and economically upward and mobile, leading to independence and self-sufficiency thus improving their quality of life. We commit to being a strong community partner in collaborating with other agencies and entities, through advocacy and support to enhance the vitality and viability of our community.

Description of Organization: The mission of the Weber Housing Authority is to assist families and individuals in seeking and obtaining affordable, decent, safe and sanitary housing in Weber County. The Weber Housing Authority strives to promote personal, economic and social upward mobility to provide participants the opportunity to make the transition from subsidized to non-subsidized housing.
Weber/Morgan Children's Justice Center Roberta Dustin
Description of Organization: The Weber-Morgan Children's Justice Center was originally established to serve children 17 years of age or younger who are victims of alleged sexual or physical abuse. In recent years, there has been an increased demand for services for other crimes involving children, such as domestic violence, drug endangerment, and internet exploitation.
Youth Futures Shelter Home Cheri Estes
(801) 648-4436

Mission: Youth Futures provides safe shelter, collaborative resources, respectful guidance, and diverse support to homeless, unaccompanied, runaway and at-risk youth in Northern and Southern Utah.

  • Description of Organization: Tutoring: Working with homeless youth with school work and keeping up to date on their schooling 
  • Mentoring: Spending time with homeless youth doing positive activities, being a role model, having a positive role model and someone to interact with 
  • Social Work: case management helping homeless youth do numerous things such as case management (helping fill out job applications, accessing resources in the community (for health care, long term housing, career advisement community service), running education and skills development groups), assessment and intake, facilitating reconciliation with family, and other general social work duties
Youthlinc Jamileh Jameson
Mission: Youthlinc creates lifetime humanitarians.

Description of Organization: The Youthlinc Service Year combines local and international service to instill a deep-rooted service ethic in Utah students, thus creating lifetime humanitarians. Every year 230+ Utah students contribute 19,000+ hours of local service and attend monthly meetings where they take leadership roles in planning education, community health, business lessons, vocational training, and cultural exchange activities to be implemented in small villages in Thailand, Cambodia, Guatemala, Peru, Nepal, Kenya, and Madagascar next summer. Youthlinc also runs the Youthlinc Utah Young Humanitarian Award, Local Service Directory, and Real Life teen refugee mentoring program.

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