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Project Uplift

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What is Project Uplift?

Volunteers in Project Uplift help to uplift the spirits of veterans, wounded heroes, and service members overseas. Volunteers do this through participating in activities such as visiting veterans at the Mervyn Sharp Bennion Veterans Home, writing uplifting letters, and participating in other activities that assist our country's armed forces. Veterans home visits are weekly, and approximately 2-3 larger program events will be held each semester.

How do I get involved?

To get involved, contact the program directors by phone or by email at projectuplift@byu.edu .

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Volunteer Commitment

Veterans home visits are done weekly:

Saturdays at 9:45 a.m.
Tuesdays/Thursdays: 6:15 p.m.

Larger group projects occur 2-3 times a semester. Come whenever you can!

Training

Proof of vaccination is required to volunteer.

Volunteers are required to watch a few video trainings before participating with Project Uplift. To access these trainings, reach out to projectuplift@byu.edu, and a link will be sent to you! They take about an hour to watch.

Available by Email

projectuplift@byu.edu

Keaton Helquist, Executive Director

(801) 228-8701
Office hour: Friday 9:00-9:30 am

Kyle Christenson

(801) 915-9376

Claire Sullivan

(707) 396-6027

Chase Haddock

(817) 908-8280