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MLK Day Grants

UServeUtah, Utah’s Commission on Service & Volunteerism, is now accepting applications for Martin Luther King Day of Service project grants from Utah nonprofit organizations. The goal of these grants is to increase the number of people who serve in meaningful roles as volunteers dedicated to addressing important needs in communities across Utah.

Grants up to $1000 will be awarded to Utah non-profit organizations to assist in creating projects that occur between January 15-24, 2016, celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service (January 18, 2016).  A minimum of 75 volunteers must be recruited and used in Utah MLK Day of Service projects.

MLK Day Grants applications due end of business day on December 21, 2015

2016 MLK Grant Instructions

2016 MLK Application


Past MLK Day Grants Winners

  • 2014 Grant Winners
    • Boys & Girls Club of Weber-Davis
    • Brigham Young University
    • Congregation Kol Ami
    • Lowell Bennion Center
    • Volunteer Center of Cache Valley
    • Volunteer Center of Iron County
    • Volunteer Center of Washington County
    • Weber State University
  • 2015 Grant Winners
    • Lowell Bennion Center
    • Mountainlands Head Start
    • Weber State University