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Charitable Organizations – Salt Lake City
It’s hard to believe; the holiday season is already upon us! Thanksgiving in Salt Lake City Metro is a time for celebration, travel, family and friends. During this busy holiday time, consider a donation to help the less fortunate among us. There are also many excellent volunteer opportunities available with these organizations.
Salt Lake City Aging & Adult Services – Meals on Wheels
Salt Lake City Metro – Nutritious midday meals are delivered to frail and isolated older adults Monday through Friday. Eligible individuals may also receive weekend meals, which are delivered Thursday and Friday. Special diets (cut meat, mechanical soft, pureed, no nut, no pork and no seafood) are available. All meals are low-sodium, low-calorie and low-fat. Each Meals on Wheels applicant is evaluated for program eligibility and additional services needed to assist in living as independently as possible.
- For new meal service call 385.468.3200
Donate to Meals on Wheels online or send your contributions to:
Meals on Wheels
2001 S State Street, Ste. S1-600
PO Box 144575
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4575
Your tax-deductible donation helps ensure the ongoing success of the Meals on Wheels program.
Utahans Against Hunger
Utahans Against Hunger advocates by persistently and proactively working with legislators, administrators, and community partners. UAH provides outreach as an extension of the federal nutrition programs through community training partners. UAH also educates by addressing misconceptions about who needs federal nutrition programs and why.
Every day Utahns Against Hunger has the opportunity to help struggling Utahns find resources to put food on the table. Sometimes that opportunity is helping an elderly person apply for food stamp benefits when a modest Social Security check just doesn’t stretch far enough to include food. Other times, it’s the opportunity to talk to our members of Congress about why federal nutrition programs are important and how they lift tens of thousands of Utah families out of poverty.
Davis County Meals On Wheels
The Home Delivered Meals (Meals on Wheels) Program helps older people remain independent in their homes by providing a nutritious daily meal to qualified individuals unable to shop, cook, or feed themselves. Special diets for health reasons also can be provided. Meals may be delivered 5 days a week.
Meals may be provided to assist with respite services for caregivers. Meals also may be provided for short periods of recuperation.
For more information, call 801-525-5050.
Humane Society of Utah
The Humane Society of Utah fosters an atmosphere of love, compassion, and respect for Utah’s pets and is dedicated to the elimination of pain, fear, and suffering in all animals. We work hard to ensure that every healthy and treatable pet that enters our facility will be placed in a loving home, and there is no set limit on the length of time an animal may remain in our adoption program.
The Humane Society of Utah is a local, independent 501(c)(3) private nonprofit organization and maintains no contract with local government for animal control services.
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