Circles Utah Valley
What is Circles Utah Valley?
The Circles Utah Valley
Initiative teaches families how to overcome poverty through weekly classes and
individualized support teams that empower them to set goals and make life
changes. Y-Serve volunteers assist by greeting, serving, cleaning up from the
dinner that is provided before the classes, and/or taking care of the children
while the parents are in class. The children develop friendships with each
other and the volunteers in a secure environment where they are provided with
learning opportunities, routines, and activities.
Come join us once a week for a free dinner and an opportunity to make a lasting difference in the lives of these families.
All activities are either Tuesday evenings in Provo or Wednesday evenings in American Fork.
We have two different volunteer opportunities that you can choose from!
Childcare Program: 5:45pm-8:00pm
-Develop relationships with families and children during the dinner hour.
-Help out with children’s classes by reading to and playing with children.
Community Team: 5:15pm-7:15pm
-Develop relationships with families and children that participate in the program.
-Help set up and take down for the meetings
-Contribute to our community team meetings on the 2nd week of the month to make the Circles community a better place
Free dinner is provided each week for both Childcare and Community Team volunteers.
How do I get involved?
Circles Utah Valley has been a great way for me to do meaningful service every week. I enjoyed playing with the children and forming relationships with them. Every week all the members sit and eat dinner together and it really makes you feel like you belong. Great to have been a part of an organization that is helping low income families.
Available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or at the phone numbers below:
Allison Haack, Executive Director
Wed. 2:00 PM-2:30 PM