Community Service Opportunities

The Y-Serve programs listed on this website are available to current BYU students only. However, the opportunities listed below are available to anyone (student or non-student). is a great resource for finding opportunities to serve in the community. 



The one-time and ongoing service opportunities below are not sponsored by Y-Serve. They are requests from the community for volunteers, and each volunteer should sign up on an individual basis. Contact information for volunteer coordinators is included in the descriptions below. 


One-Time Service Opportunities



Date: Event runs from November 21st-January 4th (Not including Sundays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, or Christmas Day)
Time: Shifts are from 4:30pm-7:30pm and 7:00pm-10:15pm
Orientation is on the following dates:

  • Thursday, November 14th from 5:00pm-7:00pm
  • Friday, November 15th from 5:00pm-7:00pm

Volunteers will help guests with wayfinding, answering questions, and keeping guests safe at interactive exhibits.
If friends/family are interested in volunteering, Community Volunteer sign up will start October 28th. 
Must be 18 years or older to sign up.
Event Information can be found here:


Breakfast with Santa
December 7th, 14th, and 21st, 7:30am-12:00pm at the Show Barn
Come help facilitate exciting snowflake science activities or help guests navigate a robot-present delivery maze. You can also get crafty helping guests make reindeer ornaments! If you like to be the life of the party you can dress up as some of our favorite winter characters and take photos with guests! You can also help keep the show barn jolly by assisting people through the buffet and photo lines.
Growing leaders are encouraged to sign up!


Cookies & Milk with Mrs. Claus
December 16th-18th, 5:30pm-7:30pm at the Trellis Cafe at the Ashton Gardens
Come hang out with the Mrs! We are in need of elves to help guests write their letters to Santa. We are also in need of volunteers to dress up as fun characters for guests to take photos with.
Growing leaders are encouraged to sign up! 


Night Bright
December 31st, 7:30pm-12:30am at the Museum of Natural Curiosity
Come ring in the new year with us by facilitating fun Neon themed activities throughout the museum!
Growing leaders are encouraged to sign up! 



Ongoing Service Opportunities


Help Transcribe Utah History

Have you ever wondered how records get indexed and pages get transcribed? The truth is, it is a big job and we could use your help!

The Utah Division of Archives and Records Service is thrilled to announce that we have partnered with From The Page, an online program for transcribing documents and collaborating on transcriptions with others. You can transcribe anytime, anywhere! All you need is a computer with internet, the ability to read 19th and 20th century handwriting, and an interest in Utah history.

The first project we need help with is the John D. Lee Case Files, which are records of the trial concerning his involvement in the 1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre. Lee was convicted and executed in 1877. Click here to start transcribing:



Sewing Fruit for the Museum of Natural Curiosity


You may be familiar with the stuffed fruit and veggies that can be found in the Rainforest Market and Tot Garden at the Museum of Natural Curiosity (see attached photo). These plush toys get a lot of love and sometimes even get munched on. We are in need of some sewing savvy volunteers to help make more. We will provide templates/samples as well as the material, volunteers can get reimbursed for any thread/needles they purchase by bringing in their receipts. Volunteers will only make the skins of the fruits and veggies and our exhibit team will stuff them and insert RFID Chips. Volunteers can track/log their hours under MoNC Fruit/Veggies.

If you are interested, please email 


United Way and Utah Tax Help

Help working families make ends meet by volunteering to prepare taxes this year. 

No experience is require and all training is provided! Volunteer schedules are flexible and tax preparers are needed at sites across Utah County.

For more information, call Claire Warnick at 801-691-5371.



Spanish Interpreters needed for Speech and Language Clinic

Times: During a 2-hour block on Tuesdays between 9:00 and noon, and/or Fridays between 9:00 and 12:30

Place: Rocky Mountain University Building, 561 East 1860 South, Provo 84606


A clinic at the Center for Communication Disorders at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions is looking for Spanish interpreters. They are a pro bono speech and language clinic serving primarily Utah County residents. The mission of the center is to provide exceptional speech-language pathology services to members of the community, particularly the underserved and uninsured.

They are seeking volunteer translators for our growing Spanish-speaking clientele. Volunteers will work the graduate MS SLP students who will be performing assessments, and with Spanish-speaking clients and their families as they fill out paperwork and participate in the assessment.


For more information contact Saush Herget at 801-734-6858, or at



Reading Tutors needed for Cascade Elementary’s STAR Program


Cascade Elementary’s STAR Program is seeking individuals to provide one-on-one reading tutoring for students between first and sixth grade. We provide the in-depth training necessary to provide the best tutoring experience for our students. Tutoring takes place during school hours Monday thru Friday 8a to 3:15p. No tutoring on weekends or holidays! We ask that tutors provide one to two hours per week for a minimum of six weeks. Tutor orientation and training will be provided on Wednesday, September 25th thru Friday, September 27th. Two sessions will be available each of those days, 9:30a to 11a & 11:30a-1p. Tutoring begins on September 30th and will continue throughout the entire school year. We are happy to accept tutors at any time throughout the school year.


For more information, please contact: Nalani Young at, you may call or text (801)400-3747. Cascade Elementary is located at 651 E 1400 S in Orem, just south of University Parkway, across from University Mall.


Museum of Peoples and Cultures Docents

BYU’s Museum of Peoples and Cultures is seeking individuals to serve as volunteer docents. The MPC cares for the University’s anthropological and archaeological collections. Our docents lead learner-focused tours, conduct programs, help with special events, and generally represent the Museum to the public. We have a full year planned with many flexible opportunities to get involved!


A three-part docent training program will be conducted on Thursdays, 19 September, 26 September, and 3 October, from 7-9 PM. After the initial training, docents will be expected to serve between two and three hours a month at the museum throughout the school year.


No previous experience is required. All you need is a healthy curiosity and a willingness to learn about peoples and cultures, and then share what you learn!

Please contact the Curator of Education at for more information or to apply. You can learn more about the MPC at


Crisis Team Volunteers


The Center for Women and Children in Crisis is looking for volunteers for our upcoming Rape Crisis Team - volunteer training!


We need volunteers on our Rape Crisis Team, specifically on the weekdays. By state mandate, all volunteers must be 18 years of age or older. We ask for a six-month commitment so that you can gain the most from your experience with us. We love our volunteers and appreciate the work that they do in their roles.


As a Rape Crisis Team Member, you will be working with sexual assault victims. Once a month, you will be on call with another volunteer with a cell-phone covering one shift which lasts for 24 hours. It can be done anytime (during the week or over the weekend) whichever works best for you though we are in great need of weekday volunteers. Your role will be to answer phone calls that come through our rape crisis hotline to speak with rape victims and to offer support by meeting victims in the hospital immediately following the attack during a forensic exam. This is an opportunity to help someone who is suffering such personal violation. You must own a car and live in Utah County for this opportunity. The state requires 40 hours of training to be a Rape Crisis Team Member. The training sessions are held three times per year. The next training is at the end of the month. See the attachment for more info.


Background checks are also required for all volunteers working with our organization. The fee for the background check for the state of Utah is $38.25. This fee is a one-time payment and is due on the first night of training in cash or check written to The Center for Women & Children in Crisis. Training will be located at our Outreach Office: 1433 East 840 North, Orem, Utah.


Courage Reins

Courage Reins is Equine-Assisted Therapy. Our mission is: Improving the lives of individuals with physical, mental, or emotional challenges through Equine-Assisted Therapy. We help kids as young as two to adults in their elderly years. We work with a large variety of disorders.

As a volunteer you would get the chance to work with horses as well as work with our clients. We have three programs that we currently use: Equine-Assisted Psycotherapy, Natural Horsemanship, and Therapeutic Riding. Most of our Volunteer needs come in our Therapeutic Riding classes; however we can use you in any of our programs.

Our Fall Hours are:

Monday 9:00am - 7:00pm

Tuesday - 8:30am - 7:30pm

Wednesday - 11:00am - 6:30pm

Thursday - 9:00am - 12, 3:00pm - 7:30pm

Friday - 8:30am - 2:00pm

Saturday - 9:00am - 12:00pm (may go a little later but that's what's scheduled right now)

Our high need times (when the most help in classes is needed) are:

Tuesday 3:30pm - 7pm

Wednesday 12 noon - 6:30pm

Thursday - 3:00pm - 7:30pm

Friday- 7:45am - 2pm

Saturday - 9am - 12pm

If you are interested in applying please fill out an application on our website (Individual Volunteer Application).

We also will do internships and we will work with you to build the internship that works best for you and your needs.

If you have any questions please reach out to me at


Medallion Home

Help out and support activities in a group home every second Tuesday of the month around 7 pm (adjustable if necessary.) Contact Rubia McLane at 801-358-6333 or for more information on getting involved!


Community Action Services and Food Bank

They are looking for volunteers who can come on a regular basis every week to help in a variety of ways. Responsibilities include taking clients through the food bank and helping them get the correct amount of food for their family, stocking the shelves, organizing cans, and cleaning. They are looking for those who can commit to 3 months, but are willing to accept any help they can get. The shift times available are 9am-11am, 11am-1pm and 1pm-4pm. 

Contact or 801-691-5220 to get involved!


Utah Food Bank

Date: Monthly (Sep 9, Oct 14, Nov 11, Dec 9, Jan 13, Feb 10, Mar 9, Apr 13, May 11)

Time: 2:45-4:30pm

Place: Spring Creek Elementary

We are seeking up to 8 volunteers to help with the Utah Food Bank mobile pantry when it comes to our school on a monthly basis. The mobile pantry will bring food to the Spring Creek families who are in need. Volunteers would help set up mobile pantry when it arrives then assist with food distribution. 


Audience Research Assistance

Date: Ongoing 4-5 months

Time: Flexible. Two hours blocks, 2x per week, as fit the volunteers schedule. 

Place: Museum of Ancient Life at Thanksgiving Point

We are in need of volunteers to help our Audience Research Team perform a study to better understand how the exhibits int he Museum of Ancient Life support Thanksgiving Point's mission to "cultivate transformative family learning." The information gathered will inform future improvement to exhibits. This stage of the study will be focusing on the first three galleries within the museum, but the project will continue into other areas of the museum, so there could be potential to be involved in the study for 4-5 months. 

Responsibilities/Tasks: Volunteers will observe visitors in the first three gallery areas, using an iPad to record exhibits they stop at and how they engage with those exhibits. Volunteers will be required to meet with the project leads to be trained on the study methods and use of the iPad app.


  • Must be 18 years or older
  • Must be able to stand for long periods of time
  • Must be comfortable with digital devices

If you are interested in participating, please email Kari Nelson


New Entomology Opportunities at Butterfly Biosphere:

Conservatory Prep
Shifts: Daily 8am-10am *** volunteers are limited to signing up 2x per week***
Volunteers will help prep conservatory before opening by collecting dead butterflies and removing caterpillars/eggs. 
Growing leaders may sign up for this opportunity, contact for more information to get involved.

Emergence Gallery
Shifts: daily 8am-10am, Monday and Saturday have an additional shift from 1:30-2:30
Volunteers will help collect, record, and release newly emerged butterflies as well as help maintain the emergence chambers and comply with containment protocols. Volunteers will also help make butterfly food and nectar. 
****This shift requires specific training. We are opening up the opportunity to 8 volunteers. If you are interested, please email Morgan Hansen, our Assistant Containment Director, telling her why you would like to work in the Entomology lab and what your favorite butterfly is (it does not have to be a butterfly we have in our conservatory). Her email is****Must be 18 or older to apply/volunteer***


Utah County Children's Justice Center Mentoring

The Utah County Children’s Justice Center is looking for some great community volunteers who can spend one hour a week, for a six month period, as a mentor to a child who has been a victim of abuse. A mentor’s role is to be a friend, positive influence, and a reliable/consistent presence in the life of a child.
If you, or someone you know, are: at least 18, willing to attend a 34-hour training session, able to pass a background check, own or have access to a vehicle, and are able to make a six month commitment to work with a child – then we’d love to have you volunteer!
We are especially looking for male mentors, Spanish-speaking mentors, and those who can serve
in northern Utah County areas.

If you are interested in being a part of our Fall Mentor Training, please email the Victim Assistance Coordinator at, or phone (801) 851-8504.


Butterfly Chrysalis Preparation

Date: Thursdays

Time: 11am-1pm

Place: Butterfly Biosphere

This is the new opportunity I mentioned. The entomology team is in need of some help in prepping the new butterfly chrysalis to be displayed. Each week we get nearly 1000 chrysalis shipped to us. We need volunteers to help sort, label, and glue the chrysalis to be displayed in the emergence window in the conservatory. To participate, you must be 18 years or older, must be able to handle small objects, and sit for a long period of time. Email to get involved.


Melody Makers

When: Tuesday and Thursday Mornings

Place:Farm Country and the Museum of Natural Curiosity @ Thanksgiving Point 

Melody Makers is a music and movement program designed for toddlers and their caregivers. We are in need of volunteers to assist our learning and engagement (education) staff in facilitating the program. Some tasks may include helping with props and passing out/collecting instruments as well as co teaching some of the songs. So if you love to bust a move and enjoy children's music, this is the opportunity for you! Sign up for shifts under Melody Makers on Volgistics! 


Spanish Translating Health Volunteer Opportunity

The Midvale Health Clinic serves low income patients in our community. Volunteers are needed who speak fluent Spanish to help translate for Spanish-speaking patients.

It is an amazing opportunity to use Spanish to help the community, gain experience with healthcare, network, and/or discern the right career path. The translators get to work with the attending physician, medical students, nutrition students, pharmacy students, and our pharmacist. We also work with PT and nursing students on diabetes night. Students can volunteer anywhere from once a month to every week, it is very flexible. The only requirement is to be fluent in Spanish (Junior or Senior in high school or college student) and excited to learn!

Here is the link with our sign up, hours, and other details.

If you are interested, you can contact Sarah Nguyen at


Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

United Way of Utah County is currently recruiting volunteers to help with our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. This program provides free tax preparation help to individuals and families who make less than $55,000 a year. Each year, approximately $4.7 million in tax refund dollars is returned to our community thanks to these great volunteers. No previous tax experience is required; we provide all necessary training.

This is a great opportunity for students to get some hands-on experience with community impact work, and it also gives them a chance to build their resumes by becoming IRS-certified volunteer tax preparers.

For more information, contact or 801-691-5371


Help Make Religious Education Tools for Children

Looking for volunteers to help produce activities, tools, and lesson materials for teaching young children about the gospel as well as reading, writing, math, etc skills. These can be given to help parents with teaching FHE lessons, keeping children behaving well during church, and empower parents to teach children the gospel and skills in their own home.

If you are interested, please call or text Tiffany at 208-351-2893.


Lehi Senior Center

The Lehi Senior Center is seeking volunteers to help teach classes and clubs for the seniors of Lehi City. The class can be held once a week at the Lehi Senior Center (123 N Center St. Lehi, UT 84043) on whatever day works best for the volunteer. Contact Corinne Mayberry at 385-201-2349 or via email at for more information on volunteering! Or click the link to see the many program options:


Crisis Respite Nursery

Come play with children in our Crisis Respite Nursery!

Our Crisis Respite Nursery provides a safe place for children ages newborn to 11 years old. Families use the nursery for a crisis such as a medical emergency, death of a family member, a mental health crisis, or if a child is at risk of experiencing abuse, neglect, or trauma. The nursery is most often used for respite reasons (a break). This includes a parent or guardian needing to attend a therapy appointment, support group, court hearing, doctor appointment, or a job certification class or interview--or just feeling stressed and needing a break.

Once the children enter the nursery, we want them to feel safe and simply play and be a kid. As a volunteer, your main responsibility is spending one-on-one time with the children. We expect you to play with them and have fun with them.


Volunteers attend a 90 minute orientation where a background check will be filled out and mailed to the Dept of Human Services Office of Licensing. You MUST pass a background check in order to volunteer. This can take 3-5 weeks to process. You may volunteer once before the background check clears, but then must wait to schedule additional shifts until you are notified it has cleared. Background checks will cost the volunteer $38.25, but can be reimbursed after 20 hours of volunteering.

Once it has cleared, you will be expected to set up at least one consistent weekly time to come (usually a 1-2 hour shift). That way we can expect you the same day and time every week. These shifts are scheduled with our Nursery Coordinator and can be any day/time when the nursery is open.

You must commit to help a minimum of 20 hrs. Depending on your availability, this minimum requirement can be done within 3-4 months, but we would greatly appreciate volunteers who are able to help longer periods of time.

Our Volunteer Coordinator holds at least one orientation a week. However, please note that Saturday or Sunday orientations are not available. To schedule an orientation, contact our Volunteer Coordinator by e-mail at: or call 801-229-1181. You can also visit our website for more information about all of our services:


Court Watch Volunteer Opportunity

CourtWatch is looking for people who value the power of community to address important social issues.

CourtWatch volunteers spend 3-4 hours a month collecting data on relevant court proceedings

Participate in community dialogues

Increase awareness of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse in the community.

No prior knowledge of the legal system is required.


Learn more and register to volunteer at

Contact us at


Melody Maker Volunteers

Thanksgiving Point Explorers (staff) will lead an interactive musical experience for families of children averaging 6 years and under.

Volunteer Duties:

Volunteers will assist Thanksgiving Point Explorer in the following areas:

-Program material set-up and prep

-After reviewing Explorers music set for the day, assist with music on iPad and Speakers if needed

-Announce program details and direct guests to program area in venues about 15 min prior to program start time

-Greet guests and assist in creating a welcoming environment

-Manage large crowds as needed

-Follow Explorer in role modeling singing and dancing for children and families

-Play and engage with children and families

-Give out props and instruments to guests as directed by Explorer

-Collect props and instruments from guests as directed by Explorer

Current Thanksgiving Point Volunteers can login to their Volunteer Information Center Accounts and sign up for this activity.


Times & Locations: Tuesdays at MONC from 10-12pm & Thursdays at Farm from 10-12pm


It is requested that we have 1 Volunteer per 2-hour Melody Maker shift. Preferred- 2 volunteers committed to 4x a month or 4 volunteers committed to 2x a month, and it is our sincere hope that we will have volunteers willing to make a regular commitment to this wonderful activity. Volunteers will report to the Education Staff Member on Duty for this activity. At MONC please check in at the main desk and ask for directions to the Melody Maker location for that day. At Farm Country please check in at the main desk and ask for directions to the Melody Makers location for that day (usually in the main building, but sometimes out in the classroom or barnyard.


Volunteers should dress in our standard day wear of tan/khaki pants and white shirts with good closed toe shoes and your Thanksgiving Point ID Badge. You are welcome to bring a refillable water bottle along with you when you volunteer.

If you have any questions regarding this opportunity, please contact Amber Thomas, 801-768-7475,


Habitat for Humanity

Volunteers needed to help build, renovate, and repair homes with low-income families in Utah Valley. No construction experience necessary! Habitat for Humanity provides all tools, materials, and personal safety equipment. Volunteers (age 16 +) may be framing, landscaping, hanging drywall or siding, painting, or doing finish work. Crew Leader and Site Host positions are also available. In addition, Habitat has service opportunities working at the Orem or Spanish Fork ReStores. Interested individuals, or groups of up to twelve, please call LeAnn at (801) 344-8527 x105 or email


Invictus Institute

We provide opportunities for college students to tutor kids in developing nations. No past tutoring experience is required. The tutoring takes place through Skype for an hour a week, with many available times throughout the week. If interested in volunteering, please email

The mission of Invictus Institute is to bridge education gaps in developing nations by pairing students in said nations (Haiti, Ghana, India, Kenya, Mexico, Philippines, Samoa, Uganda, etc.) with stateside tutors. The tutors review with the student the school subjects as well as help them improve their English and learn good citizenship.


Help Individuals through Hospice

A local hospice organization is looking for volunteers. Volunteers would spend time with individuals currently receiving hospice care. Volunteers would provide comfort, and companionship to these individuals through their visits for an hour or more a week. A weekly commitment would be ideal, but any service would be greatly appreciated. For more information, or if you are interested in volunteering contact: Diane Cobbley at (801) 798-5333 OR


Volunteer at the Best Friends Veterinary Clinic

Volunteers needed to help behind the scenes in a veterinary clinic. Volunteers will draw up vaccines, inform clients about their pets, prep surgical equipment, and more. Our clinic is looking for volunteers over age 18 who are interested in veterinary services, animals, or just a new and fun opportunity. This is an individual volunteer opportunity, not a group opportunity. If interested, contact Lindsay Hooker at (801) 574-2423 OR


Orchard Park Post Acute Rehab

Come serve at Orchard Park Post-Acute Rehab! There are great opportunities to serve individually or in a group! Experience one-on-one visits with residents, including reading to them, chatting with them, singing to them, helping them write a letter, or even taking a stroll with them outside. You may also come as a group to help play Bingo, participate in a craft activity, or play card/board games with the residents! We also love music, so we welcome you to share your musical/dancing talents with us! All talents are welcome! Please email or call before you come. Our Activities Director/Recreation Therapist is Jessica Nield. Call (801) 224-0921 or send an email at for more details. Thank you so much!


Grandfamilies of Utah County, a program of Wasatch Mental Health

Grandfamilies is a support and education program designed to help individuals and families raising a relative's child/ren. We offer adult, teen (ages 13-17), and children (ages 4-12) classes where the groups learn how to adjust to their new situation. Volunteers will work directly with the teens and children by supporting the staff member. They will also help with logistical details during the adult class.


Grandfamilies offers four sessions per year, in January, April, July and October. Each session runs for 10 consecutive Thursdays, from 6:00 to 7:30 PM. Classes are held at 1161 East 300 North, Provo.


Anyone interested in volunteering must complete a Volunteer Orientation at Wasatch Mental Health prior to volunteering. Check out the volunteer orientation dates at and then click on the ‘Get Involved’ tab.


Please contact Carrie Healy for exact session dates or other questions at either (801) 852-4491 or at


Service Projects at SCERA

Service projects at SCERA Center for the Arts are available for families, scout groups, youth groups, church groups and civic organizations. We can design a project to fit your group - large or small. Currently, we are looking for people willing to help us beautify the outdoor courtyard gardens at the SCERA Center for the Arts by weeding and planting. Call Shawn Mortensen at (801) 225-ARTS ext. 1025 or to find out more.


Utah County Children's Justice Center

By way of introduction, the CJC is a homelike facility, which serves children and families who are experiencing the crisis and chaos that come with the disclosure of significant physical or sexual abuse of a child. The function of the CJC is to reduce the trauma of the child abuse investigation, and help the child feel safe to reveal the truth.


Several volunteer opportunities are available: the Victim Assistance (mentor) program, the Onsite Victim Support program, the Children’s Groups program, and the Family Justice Center. All programs involve spending time with children.


1. A Victim Assistance mentor’s role is to be a friend, a positive influence, and a reliable and consistent presence in the life of a child who has been through an abuse investigation. A Victim Assistance mentor is paired up with a child to work with, one-on-one, on a weekly basis, for six months. A Victim Assistance mentor is encouraged to participate in fun and healthy activities with the child. New Victim Assistance mentors are required by the state to attend 40 hours of volunteer training. Three mentor trainings are held per year, in February, May and September (on designated weeknights and Saturdays). IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, please email your name to and information will be sent you about the next training sessions.


2. The Onsite Victim Support program involves spending time with many different children while they are visiting the CJC. The volunteer agrees to come in for one two-hour shift, once a week, on the same day and time each week. (Shifts run from Monday-Friday between 8 am and 6 pm). The volunteer plays with and talks to children who are here for interviews and medical exams. This position requires a four-month commitment and a one-hour orientation. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, please send an email to about which shift works with your schedule, and to set up an orientation day and time.


3. The Children and Teen Groups, led by licensed clinical therapists, are held Tuesdays, 3-8 pm and Thursdays, 5-8 pm. The groups teach skills in a light-hearted atmosphere. Volunteers set up rooms, sign in families and help with children during group sessions. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, please contact Kelli Stout at (801) 851-2433. (


4. The Family Justice Center is a one-stop location that offers information and services to local families including legal help, victim advocates, emergency food and housing, and social workers. Volunteers working toward a bachelor’s degree in the behavioral sciences are needed every Tuesday from 4-8:30 pm. There is a special need for Spanish-speaking interpreters. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, please contact Amberly Bateman at (801) 851-8549. (


If you have any questions, please email or call at (801) 851-8504.


Item Donation

Center for Women and Children in Crisis

Collect and donate items for women and children. Contact (801) 374-9351.


Grandfamilies of Utah County

Grandfamilies of Utah County is a support, advocacy, educational, and crisis intervention program for kinship families. They focus on providing information and support to these families so they can meet their children’s safety and permanency needs. For more information you can visit their website at

Please contact Cari Gilbert for specific orientation details at either (801) 852-4491 OR


LDS Humanitarian Center

Produce items the Church distributes to needy people throughout the world. Deseret Industries has a Humanitarian Service room where volunteers may learn more about humanitarian service projects. The LDS Humanitarian Center is currently in need of new quilts. Guidelines for quilts can be found here.

For more information, visit

If you have questions, you can contact Humanitarian Services by phone at 801-240-1201 or by e-mail at


Slate Canyon Youth Center

School bags, hygiene kits, blankets, move-in kits, birthday/treat bags, and baby items are needed. Contact Tava Lino to schedule volunteer times. (801) 342-7840. She prefers email.


Welcome Baby

They welcome any and all donated blankets for first time mothers. Contact Stephanie Anderson (801) 691-5320. They also need the following items: Receiving blankets, booties, caps, onesies, books, and bibs. Only new items can be accepted. They also need volunteers with child development background or other mothers for in home visits. This is a six month commitment and would include going to talk to new moms about child development, nutrition,


Backpack Donations

Backpacks are needed for a school in Central America. The school is in need of backpacks for the children. To donate any new or used backpacks please contact Roger Ollerton at: (801) 228-8681 OR