To submit a request for volunteers, call (801) 625-4258.
Abundant Life Social Services provides detailed assessments and evaluations as well as make recommendations based on current research in the social and behavioral sciences. Volunteers are needed to join the board of directors. For more information contact Darwin Crosland at 801-244-0084.
Adopt a Park Program in Clinton needs volunteers. Available parks to adopt include Trailside park, 1000 W 1800 North; Heritage Park, 1000 W 1300 North; and the Civic Center grounds. Contact Zac Martinez for more information at 801-614-0873
American Cancer Society is dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service. Volunteers are needed to provide clients with transportation services, one-on-one discussions, and facilitate support groups. For more information, call Jane Reynolds at 801-493-4708 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
American Red Cross of Northern Utah provides assistance in times of disaster; courses in first aid, CPR, and water safety; a way to connect with family members overseas in the military; and utility assistance for the elderly and disabled. Volunteers are needed to assist with preparedness education and emergency supply efforts, promote and coordinate programs at health fairs, entering shelter information, and much more. For more information contact Leslie Hicken at 801-627-0000 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Antelope Island State Park is home to bison, bighorn sheep, pronghorn, mule deer, many migratory birds, birds of prey, coyote, bobcat and rabbits and more. Volunteers are needed to work at the visitors center and the Fielding Garr Ranch to provide information to the visiting public; trail patrol volunteers monitor and maintain the parks trail system by running, hiking, biking or horseback riding along the various trails; and environmental education program volunteers to help teach school children. Call Clay Shelley at (801) 649-5742 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call Crystal Carpenter at (801) 721-9569, or e-mail at email@example.com.
Autumn Glow Senior Activity Center in Kaysville provides classes, trips, activities, social interaction, health and nutrition information, entertainment and one daily meal to any senior 60 or older who wants to participate. Volunteers are needed to assist with these daily activities. For more information, call Emily Jackson at 801-544-1235 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applegate Hospice is seeking volunteers in Weber and Davis counties to provide companionship to patients a few hours per week and offer support to their loved ones. Volunteers must be 18 or older. A 12-hour training program will be provided. Call Marry Bybee at 800-871-0102 or 801-603-4792.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah matches low income single parent children (ages 6-12) with caring adult volunteer mentors. Volunteers will provide children and youth with individualized time and attention on a regular basis, typically two-four times a month, for two to three hours. For more information contact Steve Jones at email@example.com or 801-313-0303, ext. 130; or Kalli Potter at ext. 138 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Weber-Davis provides after-school and summer programs for kids ages 6-18. Volunteers are needed to assist program coordinators in teaching daily programs. The areas in need of help are character and leadership, education and career, health and life skills, the arts, sports, fitness and recreation. Contact Kandy Hammer at 801-627-2071, Ext.13, or email@example.com.
Court-appointed special advocate serves abused and neglected children that are involved in the Juvenile Court system through no fault of their own. Volunteers needed to serve as the eyes and ears of Office of the Guardian ad Litem and the court by gathering information about the child and the family, and most importantly, getting to know the child. For information, call Alene Stringham at 801-444-4349 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic Community Services needs volunteers in the food bank and to assist clients at food distributions sites throughout the community. Volunteers are needed to pick up groceries, deliver food boxes and baby layettes, organize donation drives, maintain buildings and grounds, help in the office, provide professional services such as legal interpreters, transportation, painters, jamitorial services and instructors, and more. Call Karina Martin at 801-428-1296.
A Center for Grieving Children needs volunteers to help with support groups that help children who have experienced the loss of a loved one due to death, divorce or separation. Volunteer hours are evenings 5:30 to 7:30, minimum of two nights per month. Contact Barbara Norris at 801-476-1127 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
The city of Clinton is looking for volunteers to help organize a city singalong to Celebrate Christmas. Those interested in volunteering can contact Councilwoman Cheri Reed at (801) 825-0238.
Clinton Trailside Park is available for adoption, groups or individuals interesting in adopting the park can contact Barbara Patterson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-698-0779. All of the other city parks have been adopted by other organizations that volunteer hours to help maintain the parks.
Community Nursing Services Hospice has a variety of volunteer opportunities. Training provided. Volunteers needed to assist hospice patients in their homes who are at the end of their life. To find out how you can become a volunteer, call Sheri Harrell at 801-774-4960.
Davis Conference Center needs to sit at the front desk, answer questions, and direct people where to go. For more information, call Scott Lunt at 801-416-8888.
Davis County Behavioral Health provides comprehensive, quality behavioral health services to individuals, family, and the community. They provide mental health and substance abuse services for adults, adolescents, and children. Volunteers are needed to help with a variety of programs. Call Jill Swain at 447-8887.
Davis County Department of Senior Services needs volunteers to provide friendly visiting and telephone reassurance programs, transportation for errands and medical appointments, professional repair services that will donate time to do repairs for lower income seniors, translating services or bilingual volunteering, office work, delivery for Meals on Wheels, help at any county activity center, and one-time volunteer projects such as yard clean-ups. For information contact 801-525-5050 or Jessica Hardcastle, coordinator for Davis County Health Department Senior Services at 801-525-5087 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Davis County Head Start Program is looking for individuals, families or groups interested in sponsoring needy families for Christmas. We would like to match sponsors with families early in the season. If interested please call the Family Enrichment Center as soon as possible, and ask for Debra at 402-0704, or Joanne at 402-0751.
Davis County Volunteer Center and 211 is looking for volunteers to help with light office work as well as help answer the 211 lines. The volunteer center would like to grow corporate support and increase volunteer projects in the community.
The Davis County Youth of Promise is looking for 14- to 18-year-old youth who want to make a difference in their community. The Youth of Promise focuses on leadership opportunities as well as service to our communities through interaction with other youth in Davis County. We are also looking for college mentors and adult service leaders to serve as youth mentors and to help direct the programs.
For more information please contact Karlene Kidman at 801-546-2174 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Davis County Youth and Families with Promise is an early intervention/prevention mentoring program for at risk youth, ages 10 to 14. Volunteers are needed to spend an hour or two a week in activities with at risk youth in your area. For more information, contact Jan Hadley at 451-3414 or e-mail at YFPdavis@hotmail.com.
Davis Hospital and Medical Center in Layton needs talented and skilled volunteer pianists (minimum age 15) to play our Clavinova (Yamaha) piano located in our new lobby reception area. We ask for a six month commitment and volunteers to work one-2 hours shift per week. For additional information, contact Rebecca Chase at (801) 807-7003 or email Rebecca at email@example.com.
Davis Hospital and Medical Center in Layton needs volunteers to share their time, skills and compassion assisting hospital staff, patients and visitors. Junior volunteers (ages 15-17) can explore career paths while giving service and gaining work experience; a student GPA of 3.0 required. Senior volunteers ages 18+ are also needed. A commitment to work one four-hour shift per week for six months is all it takes. Contact Rebecca Chase at 807-7003 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Davis Volunteer Medical Clinic needs volunteers for its clinic in Layton. The clinic operates two nights a week. The hours are 5-7 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Needed are professional personnel willing to donate their time. The clinic also needs receptionists and/or persons with a secretarial background.
Davis/Weber Rocky Mountain Hospice needs volunteers. Our volunteers provide respite care, companionship, and assistance to terminally ill patients and their families. We provide volunteers with 12 hours of training. Background check required. For more information about becoming a volunteer contact Susan at 801-525-4803.
Discovery Gateway works to inspire children of all ages to imagine, discover, and connect with their world to make a difference. Volunteers are needed to lead crafts and activities aimed at entertaining and educating guests; assist Studio Host in running studio on Saturdays; and also educating and demonstrating exhibits to guests. For more information contact Nicki Claeys at 801-456-5437 or e-mail email@example.com.
Division of Juvenile Justice Services needs your help. Volunteers are needed to tutor, mentor, teach skills and hobbies, organizer recreation events, make quilts, provide office/clerical help, and interact with at-risk youth in a variety of settings. We welcome students, service/civic clubs, individuals and senior groups. For more information, please contact Jill Merritt at 801-774-8767 ext. 510 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Connection Center is looking for volunteers to help out in the nursery. Call 773-0712.
Family Connection Center Food Bank, 875 E. Highway 193, Layton, has an ongoing need for food and assistance. Call 771-4642.
Family Connection Center in Bountiful is looking for volunteers to help with computer databases. Contact Ken Adamson at 510-0732.
Family Connection Center in Layton needs volunteers to teach budgeting classes, tutor clients in the transitional housing program, assist in the crisis nursery, assist in food drives, basic janitorial duties, food delivery driver; office assistance, and Sub-for-Santa help. For information, call 771-4642.
Family Enrichment Center (Head Start) works to build a better future for children by forming cooperative partnerships with families and communities to help achieve success for each child and family. They provide a wide range of early childhood education programs. Volunteers are needed in the Head Start and preschool classes. This includes reading, playing and doing learning activities with the children. For more information, contact Brett Lund, 801-402-0664 or e-mail email@example.com.
Friends for Sight needs volunteers to visit senior centers, businesses, large community events, and participate in health fairs to promote awareness of glaucoma and visual acuity screenings. For more information call 801-524-2020. Training provided.
Foster Care Citizen Review Board needs people who care about children to review foster care cases and make recommendations to the court. A commitment of one full day per month is needed. A two-day training will be provided. Call 468-0084 or (877) 877-0296.
Girl Scouts provide leadership opportunities for girls 5 to 17. Girl Scouts is so much more that camping, crafts and cookies. Join us in helping girls "discover + connect + take action to develop leadership." We can provide one-time, short-term or long-term opportunities. We need you. Contact Diane Bailey at (800) 678-7809 ext. 11 or (801) 891-8385, or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girl Scouts of Utah has the perfect opportunity for you to help girls ages 5 to 17 in your area. Share a talent, skill or be a role model for girls by giving a one-time, short-term or long-term commitment. Contact Diane Bailey at (800) 781-0198 or 394-3077 or e-mail email@example.com
If you are a former Girl Scout and would be interested in introducing the world of Girl Scouting to a group of young girls in Ogden, we are planning weekly summer meetings as an introduction to scouting and need volunteers to serve as leaders. This is only a five-week program and lesson plans and materials will be provided. Contact June Loveless at 800-678-7802 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Globous Relief Fund is looking for volunteers to assist in preparing supplies for local and international relief efforts. Call 801-977-0444 or visit the Web at www.reliefund.org.
Golden Years Senior Activity Center in Bountiful provides fun and entertaining activities to the active senior aged 60 plus. Volunteers are needed to work at the reception desk, teach classes, drive meal vans, and run meals to homebound seniors. For more information, contact T. Johnson at (801) 295-3479.
Great Salt Lake Council Boys Scouts of America needs volunteers with Scouting experience to work with boys 6-17 years of age. Volunteers must agree to a background check. Some volunteers needed to assist in the Learning for Life program taught in school as part of the school curriculum to all youth in a classroom setting. Call (801) 582-3663 or visit www.glsc-bsa.org.
Greater Salt Lake Area of The American Red Cross helps provide relief to victims of disaster and helps prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. Volunteers are needed to be part of on-call disaster teams; speak at schools, community groups, and workplaces to give information about how to prepare for a disaster; first aid station team members; first aid/CPR instructor; and utility assistance caseworker. For more information contact Camille Miner at 323-7008 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis counties is looking for individuals with all levels of home improvement and/or construction experience. Please contact Weber/Davis Habitat for Humanity to assist with current home projects. Contact Dave Crumb, 208-315-2438 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Habitat for Humanity of Weber and Davis Counties, a 100 percent volunteer organization that partners with low- and moderate-income families to help them build and buy their own homes, is seeking volunteers to help with the construction process on a home in Ogden. Work parties generally take place on Saturdays and additional days as needed. The Weber/Davis Habitat office is at 2261 Adams Ave., Ogden (YCC building, Room 208B.) Office hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 1-7 p.m. For information, call 801-475-9821, e-mail email@example.com or visit Web site at WeberDavisHabitat.org.
Harmony Home Health and Hospice provides home health care as well as hospice services to all who are in need. Volunteers are needed to aid patients through life's final journey and bring dignity to their days. For more information, call Sue Peterson at 776-9386.
Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah (HEAL Utah) works to protect the health of Utahns from nuclear and toxic waste. Volunteers are needed to be citizen advocates, coordinate coalitions, provide office support, and a variety of other tasks. For more information, call 801-355-5055 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hearts That Heal is looking for service-minded musicians willing to donate their time playing in hospitals and nursing homes. Contact Debbie Beus at 540-5938 or e-mail her at Debbie@heartsthatheal.org or log on to http://heartsthatheal.org for details.
HCNU Hospice volunteers are needed to provide companionship, respite for caregivers, education and support to patients and families, assistance with household chores or repairs, and office and administrative assistance. Volunteers will be working a professional and skilled environment. We will provide 12 hours of training, and ongoing support and education. Students can add this to their resume and references. 2012 orientations will be held from 12-2 p.m., May 11 and Aug. 7. Other orientation trainings will be considered based on need. Please call our office (801) 689-3049 to speak with our volunteer coordinator for more information.
Heritage Senior Center is in need of volunteers to help in the kitchen, drive and run meals to homebound individuals, run the front desk, and conduct classes. Contact Arizona Pella at 773-7065.
Hill Air Force Base Clinic is seeking much-needed volunteer help. Hours flexible. Contact Darlene Gabaldon at 801-777-0418.
Hill Aerospace Museum is looking for volunteers to help in the museum in Roy. On site orientation is provided and two shifts are available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 1 to 4:30 p.m. Contact George Donahue, 801-775-4631 for information.
Horizon Hospice needs volunteers in the Layton and surrounding area to offer support and companionship to patients. If interested, please call 546-4368.
Hospice Care of Northern Utah, a holistic hospice program, needs volunteers to help patients and families in North Davis, Weber, and Box Elder Counties. Training provided. Please call 801-552-8270 or email HCNU@comcast.net if interested in assisting these families.
Inspiration Hospice needs caring, compassionate individuals and couples to help hospice patients and families in Weber and Davis counties. Full training provided at no cost. Call Shar or Linda at 393-6564 for more information.
Intermountain Homecare is looking for hospice volunteers. Share a moment, a touch, a smile, or even a tear. For more information contact Kally Heslop at 801 399-1400.
Intermountain Specialized Abuse Treatment Center provides specialized services to children and families affected by abuse with the focused goal of helping the healing process begin and preventing future victimization. Volunteers are needed to obtain donations for special occasions or projects; and co-lead a therapy group with a licensed therapist. For more information, contact Becky Valcarce at 268-4454, ext. 21. Layton Victim Services provides assistance in understanding the criminal justice system, identifying helpful community resources, making a claim for restitution, filing a protective order and accompanying victims to court hearings. Volunteers are needed to be available in the office for emotional support, resource information, and filing orders and restitution. For more information, contact Karen Arroyo at 336-3599 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Legacy Health Care is a full-service hospice. Volunteers are needed to provide companionship and respite care for terminally ill patients and their families. There is also a need for office volunteers. Training will be provided. For information, contact Keith Gordon at 771-9099.
LifePath Hospice and Family Care: Are you looking for the benefit of a flexible schedule and the understanding of the field of hospice care? Volunteers can make a big difference to a dying older care recipient and their family members at the most difficult time in a person's life, and gain the experience that will last the volunteer a lifetime. The hospice volunteer will receive training to have an excellent understanding of the field of hospice care to help support patients with meaningful assistance as they grow weaker, and to the primary caregiver, who may become less functional because of how he/she feels about the impending death of the care recipient. For information, contact Shannon Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org, call toll-free at (877) 293-0444 or visit www.lifepathhomecare.com.
Ogden Nature Center is looking for a cheerful person to give a few hours each week to help visitor services staff answer phones, work in the gift shop, and help with small clerical tasks in the office between the hours of 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday or 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturdays. With the coming of Spring, individuals and groups are always welcome to work in the flower gardens clearing brush. Contact Jenny Frame at 801-621-7595 or email@example.com.
Pioneer Adult Rehabilitation Center provides a safe environment of employment and training for persons with disabilities. Volunteers are needed to help people with disabilities learn how to do work tasks. Most tasks involve packaging, assembly or light manufacturing work. Must be 18 years or older and pass a background check. For more information, contact Merri Ann Perkins at 402-0950 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation Chapter promotes research to find a cure for Polycystic Kidney Disease and improve the care and treatment of those it affects. Volunteers are needed for a variety of duties such as decorations and entertainment committees, advertising and media help, and registration and information committee. For information contact Karen Ungerman, 801-660-7858 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Project Linus provides security through blankets to children who are seriously ill, traumatized or otherwise in need of a sense of warmth and comfort. Handmade new blankets and afghans are created by volunteer blanketeers. Donations of new handmade blankets, quilts, fabric, yarn or monetary donations are gladly accepted. Project Linus is a strictly non-profit organization. For more information contact: Jean Nebeker 801-479-7733 or 801-643-9843 or Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Road to Recovery is seeking volunteers with their own vehicles to provide transportation for cancer patients. 483-1500 or (800) 234-0533; e-mail email@example.com.
Rocky Mountain Hospice/Faith in Action helps meet the needs of caregivers meeting the demands of a dying loved on or caring for a loved one suffering from a debilitating health condition. Volunteers are needed to provide hospice patients with companionship, running errands, yard work, and light housekeeping. Training will be provided. Volunteers will need to pass a background check. For more information contact Megan at (801) 525-4870 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Harbor Crisis Center, Davis County's only domestic violence shelter, is in need of volunteers in the following areas; in-shelter, community crisis response, and protective order court. Volunteers will undergo 40 hours of domestic violence related training, and are asked to commit to a minimum of six months. For more information, please contact Jill Ramage at 660-6104.
Senior Companion Program needs volunteers to help the homebound elderly. Work 20-40 hours per week, benefits included! Must be at least 60 years old and have own transportation. For information call Natalie at 801-625-3774.
Serenity House/BRIDGE Program needs interested individuals or groups to adopt a room to redecorate. Contact Pam Boydston at 801-394-0267.
Serenity House is searching for a volunteer for light clerical and filing on Thursday afternoons. Please call admissions coordinator Jamie North, 801-392-5971.
Super Sunday Sing Along needs volunteers to drive members back and forth to center each Sunday from 2-3:30 p.m. Also needs volunteers to make fliers and posters to educate community about what center does. Contact Penny Davis at 801-497-9313.
The Arthritis Foundation Utah/Idaho Chapter focuses on improving lives through leadership in the prevention control and cure of arthritis and related diseases. Volunteers are needed to assist in all areas. For more information call 801-536-0900.
The Eccles Community Art Center has an opening for a volunteer sales position in their gift gallery on the grounds center. This is a great opportunity for an adult that needs a quiet, comfortable place to work at their own pace. Hours of the gift gallery are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. or 1-3 p.m. Choose as many or as few hours as you can give. Contact Liz McPherson, 801-392-6935 or email@example.com.
The Road Home works to help people step out of homelessness and back into the community. Volunteers are needed to play with children while their parents are in a family team meeting with their case manager. The playroom is open 7-8 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Also, from 1-4 p.m every Thursday each month, volunteers are needed to help clients move from the shelter into housing. For information, contact Jennifer Paulsen at 359-4142 or e-mail her firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Salvation Army-Ogden Corps needs volunteers to help in the food pantry, Emergency Disaster Service Response, Thrift Store, Adult Rehabilitation Program and seasonal activities. Call Captain Richard Pease at 801-621-3580.
Treehouse Children's Museum is looking for youth to volunteer in the Teens at Treehouse program. They'll be helping with art, theater and storytelling. Youth must be between the ages of 16-18. If they are younger (13-15), they may come and volunteer in a group setting. Adult volunteers are also needed to help with family literacy programming. Contact Holli Christensen-Rackham at 801-394-9663. See www.treehousemuseum.org.
United Way of Davis County needs volunteers to help on the fund distribution, marketing and campaign committees. Volunteer needed to assist the marketing and resource development directors with campaign presentations and related needs. Also looking for volunteers for general office duties. Call Darice Aslett at 801-497-9555.
United Way of Northern Utah is looking for tutors and mentors for summer schools and RAMP summer art camps at various locations in the Ogden area. Contact Sally Carter, 801-5583 or email@example.com.
United Way of Northern Utah is looking for readers/tutors/mentors to assist in local public schools for students who are at risk. Volunteers are asked to commit to as little as one day a week, one hour a day to change the life of a child in this community. Please call the Volunteer Engagement Center at 801-399-5584 or go to the United Way website at www.uwnu.org for more information.
Utah Council of the Blind needs volunteers to read and drive for blind adults in the Davis County area. Contact Leslie Gertsch at 801-292-1156 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Utah Figure Skating Club needs volunteers to help host a regional amateur competition. Will be working with officials, coaches, parents and other volunteers. This includes registering competitors, security, posting results, ice patching, hospitality. For more information contact Holly Tanner at (801) 292-4331.
Utah Hospice Specialists' mission is to maximize each patient's quality of life by delivering the highest quality services with compassion and respect. We are focused on maintaining dignity, increasing the quality of life, and providing comfort, including pain and symptom control. Volunteers are needed to visit patients in their homes, nursing facilities, and assisted living facilities. For more information, contact Tracy Ruiz at 801-293-8700 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Utah Museum of Natural History at University of Utah is looking for people to volunteer as Museum Gallery Interpreters and Discovery Cart Volunteers. Volunteers interact with Museum visitors via conversation, hands-on activities and museum artifacts. A background or an interest in paleontology, archaeology, biology, geology, anthropology, or ecology is preferred. Museum volunteers receive half-price museum membership after 40 hours of work and discounts at the gift shop, in addition to continuing educational and social opportunities. For information, contact Debbie Amundsen at (801) 581-7767 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Utah Foster Care Foundation needs individuals who are interested in volunteering for help with in-office work, event help, and holiday activity help. Contact Mindy Lundgreen at 801-392-1114 or e-mail her at Mindy.Lundgreen@utahfostercare.org.
Vista Care Hospice has an ongoing need for volunteers. Volunteers are key members of the hospice team that helps patients with companionship, support and caregiver relief. Serves from North Ogden to Bountiful. A 12-hour training is provided. Call 801-475-5300.
Volunteers of America, Utah RSVP invites adults to put their experience to work solving problems close to home. Volunteers are needed to be Homeless Mentor Volunteers. For more information, call Debbie Larsen or Debbie Draper at 801-779-1287.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), Volunteers are needed to electronically prepare and send tax returns. Free training in simple tax law with an emphasis on the credits available for low-income families. Volunteer a minimum of three hours per week from January through April. Help low income families keep more of what they earn and bring millions of dollars into our community! For more information contact Dede Clifford at 334-8990, or Donnette Barber at 771-4642 or e-mail Donnette at email@example.com.
Volunteer Victim Advocates needs to assist domestic violence victims. Volunteers respond to the secured scene as part of a team to provide safety planning, resource referrals and support. Forty hours of training is provided. Interested people must be willing to make a six-month commitment and have a level two-background check. Call Dana Zandell Gardner at the YCC at 392-7273 or e-mail her at DanaZandell@yahoo.com.
The West Point basketball program needs parent volunteers. For more information, call (801) 776-0970.
Women in Community Service need volunteers to provide support and mentoring to disadvantaged young men and women. Training and materials will be provided. Call 476-5929.
Your Community Connection promotes a safe and stable environment for families. It offers needed assistance through the domestic violence victim assistance center, homeless and housing assistance center and family enrichment center. Volunteers are needed to help in a variety of areas. All training is provided and volunteers must pass a background check. For more information, contact YCC at (801) 394-9456.
Youth of Promise is a service organization of young people age 14-18. They work closely with other Davis County service organizations to provide service and help improve the community. Volunteers are needed to help with fundraising for the Memorial Monument being built at the Utah State University Botanical Center in Kaysville. Donations are also needed for this project. For more information contact Margaret Wahlstrom at 544-0747 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.