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How to Donate

Giving is not about making a donation. It is about making a difference.


The United Way of Utah County supports numerous programs to help in the community - influential programs such as helping inmates connect with their families while reforming, housing the homeless, providing free mental health services to children, giving families a Christmas when they can't afford it themselves, and so much more. These programs rely on the generous donations from community members like you. Join us today in helping to build a better future for our children and for our community.

What does your donation help fund?

Donations support children like Adia, who participates in South Franklin Community Center afterschool education programs. The community center offers Adia programs like reading club, music lessons, STEM club, and more. “Having school at home means she feels lonely, bored, and afraid of not learning enough. But continuing to take piano lessons gives her confidence, reassures her, and helps her continue to strive to learn at home” said Adia’s mother.

100% of your donation to United Way goes only to programs. Overhead costs are covered by generous donors.

EveryDay Strong

Health
  • Family Support Crisis Nursery

    • Free respite and crisis child care services for families in need
  • Bridle Up Hope

    • Equestrian therapy for young women dealing with anxiety, depression, or trauma

    Alpine House

    • A transitional home for those suffering from mental illness

    Family Support Therapy

    • Counseling services for children and adults experiencing abuse, trauma, or other personal challenges
  • EveryDay Strong

    • Resiliency training for parents and other caring adults to address anxiety and depression in youth

    Hope 4 Utah

    • Youth suicide prevention through peer-to-peer training

    Family Support Parenting Education

    • Parenting courses and in-home visits

    Family Support Education and Resilience

    • Personal safety education for children and trauma resilience training for adults

EveryDay Support

Income
  • Sub for Santa

    • Holiday assistance and resource connection for low-income families

    2-1-1 Information and Referral

    • Information helpline to connect community members to local resources

    Community Action Services and Food Bank

    • Financial counseling services and food and housing assistance

    Habitat for Humanity

    • Housing stability for low-income families through new home construction and home improvement

    Self-Help Homes

    • Quality, affordable housing options for low-income families through mutual self-help construction

    Recreation and Habilitation

    • Services and support for adults with intellectual disabilities

    Just for Kids

    • Educational and athletic activities and support for adults with disabilities

    Centro Hispano

    • Education and referral services for bilingual members of the community

    Center for Women and Children in Crisis

    • Shelter and aftercare services for those experiencing domestic violence
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance

    • Tax preparation services for low-income families

    Digital Inclusion

    • Technology education services including computer help labs and computer donations

    Continuum of Care

    • Coordination of organizations and resources to end homelessness in Utah County

    Community Action Circles

    • Mentoring program to help families and individuals reach financial stability

    Centro Hispano Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic

    • Tax assistance, education and representation for low-income community members

    Timpanogos Legal Center

    • Free legal assistance for low-income families
  • Mountainlands Community Health Center

    • Basic healthcare services for low-income families and individuals

    Volunteer Care Clinic

    • Volunteer run healthcare clinic for uninsured families and individuals

    Now I Can

    • Specialized physical therapy for children with disabilities

    Community Health Connect

    • Specialized healthcare services for low-income families and individuals

EveryDay Learners

Education
  • Welcome Baby

    • Home visits and education for new parents

    Help Me Grow

    • Information and referral line that supports parents and child development

    Kids Who Count

    • Early intervention and autism services for children in the Nebo School District

    Kids on the Move

    • Early intervention and autism services for children in the Alpine School District

    Easter Seals

    • Early intervention and autism services for children in the Provo School District
  • South Franklin Community Center

    • Community center that provides connections, referrals and services to community residents

    Women United

    • A women's group focused on children's education and emotional health

    Bedtime Stories

    • A volunteer program that records inmates reading stories and singing songs for their children

    Project Read

    • One-on-one tutoring services for adults with low literacy skills

    Kids Cause

    • Connects students with resources to meet their basic needs so they can focus on learning
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters

    • One-on-one youth mentoring

    Teens Act

    • Mentoring program to help students graduate from high school and go on to higher education

See the impact United Way has on local families: