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  • One Wish Cache Valley

    What would it mean to you to be able to make a lasting memory with your family? One Wish Cache Valley is a non-profit organization making this happen. They grant wishes to adults facing a life-threatening illness in the Cache Valley area. They make these wishes possible through the generosity and support of the local community.
  • South Valley Services

    A strong support system and choice are vital for someone in an abusive relationship. It is through options that individuals are empowered to choose their response to violence. South Valley Services is transforming communities by empowering individuals and families to live free from violence. The organization provides free crisis shelter and supportive services to anyone impacted by family violence.
  • United Angels Foundation

    United Angels Foundation is an organization that focuses on helping parents and families adjust to the birth of a child with special needs or disabilities. The Foundation was formed in 2008 by parents who have a child with Down Syndrome. They wanted to help by providing parents with the opportunity to meet others who have a child with the same or similar diagnosis. Parents know the benefits of sharing knowledge across these different spectrums and help each other through their journeys.
  • Intermountain Homecare & Hospice

    Intermountain Homecare and Hospice is proud to present its 3rd annual Camp Forget-Me-Not event. Camp Forget-Me-Not is a free one day camp for children and teens who have experienced the death of a significant loved one. The camp's focus is sharing memories, trying new things, and learning that one is never alone in their grief.
  • Brain Injury Alliance of Utah

    The Brain Injury Alliance of Utah is a local organization bringing hope, help, and healing to people who have suffered a brain injury and their families. Each year more than 20,000 Utahns need medical treatment as the result of a traumatic brain injury. Thousands more suffer brain injury from strokes, tumors, and infectious diseases. They must live with lasting challenges resulting from the harm.
  • Common Ground Outdoor Adventures

    The mission of Common Ground Outdoor Adventures in Logan is to provide outdoor recreational opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities. They enhance lives through quality outdoor recreation by removing many of the physical, social, and financial barriers faced by those with disabilities.
  • Seager Memorial Clinic

    The Seager Memorial Clinic has been open for more than 26 years serving the homeless, indigent, and working poor of Northern Utah. Free medical and dental care is provided by 100% volunteer doctors, nurses, dentists, and pharmacists.
  • Murray Greenhouse Foundation

    Many families who have a child with special needs often wonder how to help them once they age out of the public school system at age 22. The Murray Greenhouse Foundation is dedicated to furthering education for adults with disabilities. It is a safe place for intellectually disabled young adults to learn independence and life skills, as well as having a social outlet to enjoy themselves and mingle with others with the same challenges. The staff teaches participants skills and behaviors they need to feel they can function and contribute to society.
  • The Learning Center for Families

    For more than twenty two years The Learning Center for Families has provided family support services to pregnant women, infants, and toddlers in Washington County and surrounding areas. Families receive weekly home visits and on-site services that focus on the health and development of children while helping their families with self-sufficiency goals.
  • P.J.’s Forgotten Children

    P.J.'s Forgotten Children is dedicated to bringing joy, comfort, and dignity to those who suffer from the effects of mental illness. The program helps give hope to others, making them feel successful and gives relief to the suffering.