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Utah Gives Back with KSL NewsRadio and SelectHealth!

Each weekday, SelectHealth Community Relations Manager Greg Reid spotlights a Utah organization making a difference in the community. These organizations are featured on Utah Gives Back each weekday morning at 6:58 a.m. Listen each day to hear about the exceptional work being done across Utah.

If you know of an organization or company who extends a hand of friendship, understanding, hope or help, please nominate them to be spotlighted on Utah Gives Back by clicking above.

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    Fourth Street Clinic

    The mid-80s brought an economic renewal to Salt Lake City’s downtown that resulted in the demolition of buildings that housed many of our low-income residents.  When this happened, more than a thousand people were cut off from their homes and jobs and unable to afford healthcare. Fourth Street Clinic was created to provide full medical […]
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    Doctors’ Volunteer Clinic of St. George

    Back in 1999, Dr. Paul Doxey set up an exam room in the kitchen and bedroom in the local homeless shelter. He saw that many in Washington County were uninsured and unable to afford healthcare, so he gathered a group of volunteer doctors and created the Doctors’ Volunteer Clinic of St. George. In the first […]
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    Camp Kesem at BYU

    Camp Kesem in Utah Valley supports children through and beyond their parent’s cancer.  They are part of the largest national organization dedicated to this unique population – supporting children with modern, fun-filled programs that create a lasting community. When a parent finds out they have cancer it affects the whole family, especially the children. The […]
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    Kimball Arts Festival

    Art has been shown to relieve stress, encourage creative thinking, and provide other mental health benefits. As you know, anyone can do art! The Kimball Art Center in Park City, inspires and connects people through art by providing experience for everyone through exhibitors, educational art programs, and events. You can sign up for art classes […]
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    Brigham Suicide Prevention

    Do you know the possible suicide warning signs? If someone talks about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live, getting too much or too little sleep, loss of interest in things they once loved, or giving away prized possessions – it may be time to have an honest conversation with them, listen to their […]
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    Deseret News Marathon

    First run in 1970, the Deseret News Marathon is the oldest road race in Utah and the 4th oldest marathon west of the continental divide. It’s all happening on July 24th, Pioneer Day, and follows the path the Utah pioneers traveled when they first entered the valley. This day celebrates a part of Utah’s history […]
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    Junior League of Salt Lake City

    Women have the unique power to look at the world’s problems and find solutions that transform lives and are catalysts for change. This rings true for the Junior League of Salt Lake City, a group of passionate women making our community better for present and future generations through service to the underserved. They represent a […]
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    Utah Pacific Islander Health Coalition

    Utah has one of the oldest and largest Pacific Islander communities in the country and has been increasing each year. Because of this increase, Pacific Islander organizations all across Utah came together as the Pacific Islander Health Coalition to address the health disparities and increase access to affordable and culturally sensitive wellness services for the […]
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    Box Elder Community Food Pantry

      Many of us are only a few paychecks away from needing help with childcare, medical care, or the grocery bill. Food pantries are essential to help get food to those who need that extra boost. The Box Elder Community Food Pantry in Brigham City is a customer choice pantry that allows people to choose […]
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    Blue Butterfly House

      Most children feel loved by their parents when they spend quality time playing together. This time can be interrupted if court ordered supervised visitation is necessary. Two women in St. George, who had their own families affected by domestic violence and child custody issues, created the Blue Butterfly House so those in need of […]