Tools that were stolen from Habitat for Humanity of Northern Utah will slow down their ability to build and repair affordable local housing. Anyone wishing to donate can give on their website.
Two girls in Box Elder County each found a way to make their summer break more meaningful through volunteer projects with United Way of Northern Utah.
A group of teenagers from Brigham City worked together to make over 500 blocks and four learning kits to teach babies and toddlers in United Way's Welcome Baby Program.
Dr. Mark Murdock, a Brigham City Dentist, helped a mom in need of dental care.
United Way's annual Developmental Screening Day helps parents and caregivers make sure their children are on track and will be ready to start kindergarten. A simple questionnaire helps parents recognize early signs of possible learning and developmental delays. Games, music, activities, and prizes are part of the fun, focusing on children ages zero through five.
This February, 59 students from T.O. Smith Elementary School in Ogden received a whole lot of love from students at Weber State University, in the form of freshly cleaned teeth, protective sealants, and checkups to address other dental problems.