Love Lake City is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to raise compassion for those experiencing homelessness, addiction, and/ or mental illness through monthly service projects. We also raise money for the same cause once a year at our annual fundraiser. Every penny raised is a penny donated. All operating, administrative, and event costs are paid by the co-founders through their real estate team's "going beyond good" program.
"We must become the change we wish to see in the world."
"We can't help everyone, but everyone can help someone."
There's one resource that we are all granted equally, regardless of family, work, education, race, sex, etc. And that is time.
Together, we can use our time to be the change we want to see in the world.
A group of awesome humans doing a monthly service project that is fun and impactful.
And once a year that service project is an event fundraiser, where every penny raised goes directly to help those experiencing homelessness, addiction, and/ or mental illness.
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
"A dream you dream alone is only a dream. A dream you dream together is reality."
To raise compassion through service – and make the world a better place.
And... Rumor has it, helping others makes the heart happy.
President/ Project Coordinator
Clint co-founded Love Lake City to get together with friends and do some good. He recently returned to glass-blowing after four great years in real estate. His favorite service projects are serving meals at the VOA Youth Center and the PB&J Project, "because you really get to connect with people to make a difference". His dog, Mika, is the unofficial mascot of Love Lake City.
Director/ Brand Manager
Rachel co-founded Love Lake City to create an easy, consistent, fun way to serve the community. She is also a Realtor and her team, Salt Lake Homes, helps support Love Lake City through their "going beyond good" program. Her favorite service projects are "all the ones where you meet the client". She's hoping to see you at the next service project.
Secretary "Duchess of Words"
If you've been keeping a mental note of hilarious, snarky, original one-liners, it's likely that all the best ones are from Aprill. She was a big encourager in the founding of Love Lake City and has been a part of the journey every step, including winning a Love Lake City committee award for most hours volunteered.
Brooke is new to the board and is excited to be part of Love Lake City. She comes from education, having worked in the classroom. She has two kids and her family is her life.
Director of Fundraising
Carmen is a two-time cancer survivor and was named Woman of the Year by LLS for raising over $130K for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She is new to the Love Lake City board, but not new to board service, as she served on the board for The Salt City Derby Girls.. She and her husband work from home in oversized arm chairs, so their cats can sit next to them.
Jennifer was part of the conversation that promoted Love Lake City becoming a thing. She has a background in non profit and marketing. For the last seven years, she has been the director of a yoga and therapy studio. She's also mom to a widlly delightful human, whose doll is named "Watermelon Horserider".
Joni is new to the Love Lake City board and she brings a wealth of experience and a background in education, as an English Teacher. She is also a licensed Realtor In her spare time she loves teaching yoga and High Fitness, She, her husband, and two kids love adventuring.
PR [Wizard of Publicity]
Muyly is an original with Love Lake City, leading our first fundraiser, the Wigging Out for Charity Pub Crawl. She has served on the committee every year for the annual fundraiser. Muyly is passionate about baking, her family, PTA, and giving back to the community.
Social Media Manager
Sarah volunteered at Love Lake City's first project and has been a part of the journey ever since. She is an Assistant Principal at West High School and has her a Doctorate in Education. She led a Love Lake City project that raised over $10K for students experiencing housing insecurity.
After spending over 30 years in a classroom Vickie realized one of the things she loved about teaching was always learning and growing. She wants to continue to learn and grow by advocating for the marginalized, gender equity and our natural world. She's happy to be part of Love Lake City. Vickie earned her Masters Equivalency in English Language Learners from SLCSD, and a Bachelors of Education from the University of Utah. She is a Master Gardener, likes to camp and golf.
"Nature does not hurry yet everything is accomplished." -Lao Tzu