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  • Utah Gives Back

    Fit to Recover

    Fit to Recover started with three people and a boombox in Sugarhouse Park. It has grown into a large community and safe place for people in recovery from drug and alcohol misuse to connect. Members of this community support one another in physical activity, community gathering, nutritional support, and creative endeavors. They have a gym, […]
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    SelectHealth Awards

    Do you know of a program that supports the community? Or an organization that changes the lives of those around you? The SelectHealth Awards supports 20 organizations each year with an award worth over $23,000. Award winners promote health and wellness, assist individuals with special needs, create safe environments, and build strong communities. Whether it’s keeping […]
  • Utah

    Utah trivia: fun facts from 125 years

    How well do you know your state? Here's 25 fun facts to celebrate 125 years.
  • Utah Gives Back

    Live Well-Goal Setting

    It’s not a diet. It’s not a boot camp. It’s not about the perfect body. It’s not about the quick fix, a six-week program, a band-aid, a fad. It’s a lifestyle, not a crash course. It’s about learning how to live well. We know that health is more than just going on a run, it’s […]
  • Family

    Holiday traditions: the pandemic pivot

    December has brought all the usual holiday hustle, but the formula of gifts, goodies, and gathering has been turned upside down. Some solutions have been easy, think online shopping and grocery pickup, but others pose a more lasting question. How are we going to gather with family over the holidays and celebrate traditions?  KSL NewsRadio […]
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    Encircle

    In these challenging times, connection is more important than ever, especially if you are dealing with concerns that feel beyond your control. Encircle Family and Youth Resource Center has served Utah’s LGBTQ+ youth and their families since 2016. They build homes in communities across Utah, which provide life-affirming programming and subsidized mental health therapy services […]
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    Quarters for Christmas: a KSL legacy

    Every winter, hundreds of Utah children struggle to find shoes, socks or clothing to keep warm. This year the demand is even higher due to the COVID pandemic and families out of work. Quarters for Christmas provides coats and shoes for children in need, and 100% of the proceeds go back to our community.  Where […]
  • Utah Gives Back

    Open Enrollment

    No one plans to get sick or hurt, but most people need medical care at some point, so having health insurance can protect you from unexpected, high medical costs and offer you the freedom to choose a provider that fits your needs. Utahns are currently able to sign up for health insurance and may be […]
  • Heart of Utah

    Heart of Utah: the positive pulse

    Life is hard. More than ever, this year has brought a whirlwind of challenges and negative energy. Everywhere you turn it is easy to quickly find news that brings the blues. But positive things are happening beneath the surface, and KSL NewsRadio wants to bring those stories to light. Heart of Utah is a KSL […]
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    Day One

    Mental health is just as important as physical health. That’s why Day One, a nonprofit in Harrisville, is dedicated to fostering resiliency in families and individuals because that’s what gets us through tough times. Day One provides quality therapeutic, educational, and support services to underserved people throughout Utah. They believe that education is key to […]