Home Charity


Service is one of the keys to living a happy and productive life. Serving others helps to melt away ones own problems as we focus on helping others. Have You Served Someone TODAY? Remember to see our Projects:  Project Gratitude & Project Bubbles

Payson Interfaith Council sponsors ‘Blankets for Babies’

Judy Gibson, Cindy Wood and Kathleen Muhlestein work on a quilt during a community service project in Payson.
By Miriam Hawkes Boatright About 100 people participated in a community service project at Payson’s City Center banquet hall on March 25 for needy newborns in Utah County. Seventy-one blankets were completed by the end of the day and an estimated 30 more will be finished...

Befriend a local family in need

By Jessica Awbrey Julie found Circles Utah Valley in September of 2014 as a single mother with three children. After losing their rental home in an electrical fire, Julie and her kids experienced a few weeks of homelessness. She was able to find another rental...

Fight Hunger Statewide collections now underway

Scouting for food.
By Community Action Services and Food Bank Community Action Services and Food Bank is working with local Scouts to help Fight Hunger Statewide during the 31st annual Scouting for Food drive, scheduled for Saturday, March 18. The food drive comes at a critical time when supplies at...

Utah Realtor Kyle Johnson Marks 5 Years Supporting Energy for Life

By Dale Myers Kyle Johnson, of Weichert Realtors at The Rockies, marks his fifth year supporting the Energy for Life Walkathon, sponsored by the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation. Johnson assists the walkathon director and heads up sponsorship and fundraising. “My role with the Energy for Life...

Fundraiser to benefit injured police officers

10-78 Utah Foundation will be having its second annual Show Your Love to a LEO fundraiser at Culver's in Spanish Fork on Feb. 16. From 5 to 8 p.m., a percentage of sales will go to 10-78. Along with great food there will be a drawing...

Kiwanis Club of Springville donates thousands to local schools

Springville Kiwanis presents cash awards to Sage Creek Elementary School Left to Right: Brent Haymond (Kiwanis Board), Larsen Boyer (Kiwanis Treasurer), Alison Hansen (Sage Creek Principal), Kaylyn Reed (Sage Creek PTA President), Mike LeFevre (Kiwanis President)
On Dec. 5, 2016, Mike LeFevre, president of the Kiwanis Club of Springville, along with other members of the club played Sub for Santa at Reagan Academy and Sage Creek Elementary School. Because those Springville schools entered more than 50 runners in the Kiwanis...

Real estate brokerage shares carols with the homeless

Sentinel employees, friends and family singing at the Provo Food and Care Coalition.
By Josh Bird The holiday season is focused on family, and homes often become the place of gathering. When Preston was struggling with a severe mental illness, it was hard for him to feel at home even around those who loved him the most. While...

Former schoolmates get the band back together

With some help from a music teacher and some older brothers, six guys in high school got together in 1960 in Provo and started a musical group. They played for the school assembly and church groups and even played for Janie Thompson at Brigham...

Project Teddy Bear a huge success

Thanks for all the Project Teddy Bear support this year! The Spanish Fork High School Letterman's Club and Canyon Elementary School donated 1,433 new collected Teddy Bears. Through Project Teddy Bear, stuffed animals are donated and then distributed to care centers in Utah that serve at-risk children....

Overcoming challenges and poor decisions is possible

Ryan Stream
By Ryan Andrew Stream My name is Ryan Andrew Stream. I am a 27-year-old husband, father, motivational speaker, musician, soldier and high school football coach and I also work full-time at a plant called Materion. I do anything and everything I possibly can to make a...
Spanish Fork, UT
clear sky
31.8 ° F
37.4 °
24.8 °
60 °
58 °
44 °
46 °
42 °