- Utah Department of Heritage and Arts
- Utah Division of Arts & Museums
- Utah Division of State History
- Utah Division of Indian Affairs
- Utah State Library Division
- Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs
SALT LAKE CITY — During the holiday season, many Utahns look for opportunities to help those in need. Through UServeUtah’s Holiday Service Pledge Drive, individuals and families can commit to show their gratitude year-round. Continue reading
SALT LAKE CITY — A Cache Valley woman who drives veterans to medical appointments in Salt Lake City has received the Power of Service Award from the Lieutenant Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism.
SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Philanthropy Day Steering Committee, chaired by Mike Washburn of Thanksgiving Point with honorary chair Davis Smith of Cotopaxi, is excited to announce the 2017 Utah Philanthropy Day honorees. Utah Philanthropy Day is hosted collaboratively by the Utah Nonprofits Association, Association for Fundraising Professionals Utah Chapter, and UServeUtah.
SALT LAKE CITY — Over the course of nearly three decades of volunteer service, Norma Paramore has done everything from delivering mail and answering phone to comforting rape victims and helping women escape abusive relationships. Continue reading
Local leaders throughout Utah will celebrate the impact of those serving their communities through the national service programs AmeriCorps and Senior Corps during the annual Day of Recognition. Continue reading
To help nonprofits, faith groups, and community organizations better manage and retain volunteers, UServeUtah is offering a Volunteer Management Training March 13-14 in St. George.
The training helps volunteer coordinators broaden the impact of their services and address critical needs in their communities. The training is open to anyone in the southwestern region of the state who manages volunteers. An early bird discount is available through February 20, 2017. Continue reading
SALT LAKE CITY — On February 9, 2017, national service programs from across the state will gather at the Utah State Capitol to share their role in building strong communities. National Service Day on the Hill is an opportunity for program managers to engage policy makers and spotlight those who improve the quality of life in Utah through volunteerism. Continue reading