Every Family Needs a Sustainable Income
Our goal is for every family and individual to have access to food, secure housing, and health services, while we focus on programs that promote financial independence and career training. We partner with local agencies to support their work to impact the health, education, and financial stability of the community.
Across Utah, 211 is a one-stop resource and referral center for anyone in need. From rent and utility assistance to programs for seniors and veterans, 211 makes sure anyone who looks for help will find it.
We partner with Cottages of Hope to operate the SparkPoint Center, where multiple agencies collaborate in one building to help low-income families move from poverty to financial stability.
We support local agencies in the great work they are performing in our community. We provided $200,000 in grant funding to 31 nonprofit agencies in Box Elder, Morgan, and Weber counties.
The Zada Haws Community Grant Center offers a database of over 140,000 foundations and over 4,000 sponsoring companies. The Center is open to the community.