"If you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself, and then make a change." (Michael Jackson, Man in the Mirror)
To positively impact as many people in our community as possible through monthly service and volunteer projects.
On Nov. 3rd, Casino & Carnival Ball raised $45,380 for the Road Home's Housing First Project.
Through Trick-or-treat for the Utah Food Bank, we collected over 600 pounds of food in October.
We had the amazing opportunity to serve breakfast to those at the Ronald McDonald House in September.
The August Project was an individual project to recognize kindness.
In July, we served sandwiches, water, and pizza to the hungry folks downtown.
In June, we .joined The Haven for a family day at Wheeler Farm to support addicts and their families.
In May we joined Draper City and REI to help restore Corner Canyon trails.
In April, we had a great time sorting food at the Utah Food Bank!
In March, we had the opportunity to serve breakfast to the youth at the VOA Homeless Youth Resource Center.
In February, we made 140 Valentine's Cards for Veterans.
In Jan, we filled a truck full of clothing and necessities for the VOA Homeless Youth Resource Center.
Also in Dec, we had the great opportunity to help with Salvation Army Angel Tree again!
In Dec, our volunteers took 10 angels (two seniors and eight children) from the Angel Tree and purchased gifts for them.
This November, we hosted an event to raise hundreds of items for the homeless (and a few thousand dollars we weren't expecting)!
In October, we Trick-or-Treated for the food bank and collected 788 pounds of food and $36 for the Utah Food Bank.
In September, we had the opportunity to help Nuzzles & Co. at the Super Adoption event!
In August, we help at the Day of Hope Car Show, which raises funds for Children's Justice Center.
In July, we did the PB&J Project again and delivered 320 sack lunches and cold water bottles to the homeless downtown.
This June we cleaned up Butterfield Canyon and took away two truck loads of garbage (including an old mattress).
May was a new experience for us. We got to help XOXO Hats with their annual motorcycle ride benefiting Huntsman Cancer Institute.
In April, we got to serve lunch at the Ronald McDonald House Family Room at Primary Children's.
In March, we got to make and serve breakfast for all the youth staying at the VOA Homeless Youth Resource Center.
For our February project, we assembled 68 snack grab bags for homeless youth at VOA Homeless Youth Resource Center..
To kick off the new year, we gathered enough clothes and necessities to fill two SUVs for the VOA Homeless Youth Center in January 2017.
This year for the Angel Tree project, we had 42 volunteers help at the distribution center as well as volunteers shopped for and bought Christmas for eight children at ShopKo for the Angel Tree.
On November 5th, we raised $23,513 for the Road Home's Housing First Project, through our Behind the Masque party.
In October we had our 2nd Annual Trick-or-Treat for the Utah Food Bank, collecting over 600 pounds of food.
In September we took a 700-mile (round) trip to Kanab to volunteer at the Best Friends Animal Sanctuary.
In August, we cleaned up a trail and were shocked to find enough trash to fill five garbage bags full in less than two hours.
This July our incredible volunteers made PB&J sandwiches and delivered 77 sack lunches and 96 cold water bottles to the hungry folks of downtown SLC.
In June, we had a sponsored event for little Ruby, who was diagnosed with stage four cancer. David Weekley Homes sponsored this event, raising over $3,000 for Ruby's medical bills.
Our May Project took us to the Living Traditions Festival to help the Urban Indian Center raise money by making and selling Indian Tacos... yummm!
In April, we were called upon to help the Make-a-Wish Foundation clean up after their annual gala.
In March, Marcie Averett led a volunteer opportunity through the Neighborhood House, helping families have fun at an Egg Hunt and Easter Carnival.
In February, 500 cards went out to individuals who have impacted the lives of our volunteers, in a card-writing event called, Let Them Know.
We round up two SUV-loads full of hygiene supplies and clothing, through the Bare Necessities Drive, for the Homeless Youth Resource Center in January.
In December, 44 volunteers
gave more than 200 hours to those receiving Christmas at the Salvation Army Angel Tree Distribution Warehouse.
Thanks to Thanksgiving Heros, we were able to deliver Thanksgiving to hungry families in the Jordan School District.
Through the WIggin' Out for Charity Pub Crawl, we raised $4,121.55 to shelter 412 people at The Road Home.
In October, we collected 1,026 pounds of food for the Utah Food Bank, through our Trick-or-Treat for the Food Bank event.