Community partners are essential in helping Utah Foster Care accomplish their mission. By becoming a community partner you join other community leaders, companies, and organizations who also value providing the happy, healthy childhoods all children deserve.
An essential partnership
Sponsor an Event
Events are crucial to raising awareness for foster care and the need for foster parents in the state of Utah.
If you’d like to sponsor a Utah Foster Care event, big or small, please contact Kelly Els at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Host a Lunch and Learn
Invite a member of our team to your place of business to share Utah Foster Care’s important mission with your employees and community.
To host a gathering, contact Dan Webster (e-mail).
Host Kids Night Out (Currently only available in the Salt Lake area)
- Duties: One Friday evening each month, foster parents can drop their kids off from 6:00pm to 9:00pm. Volunteers play games, watch movies, organize crafts or other activities, and eat pizza with the kids while our foster parents enjoy some much deserved free time!
- Time: 3.5 Hours
Shop From Our Amazon Wishlist
Utah Foster Care provides an array of personal items to our families who are caring for children. You can help by donating items online from our Amazon Wish List or bringing items to our offices. Our office is always in need of the following items: socks and underwear for teenage children, diapers and wipes of all sizes, weighted blankets, winter coats, hats, and gloves.
Give While You Shop
By choosing Utah Foster Care as your charity of choice for Amazon Smile, vulnerable Utah children will receive 0.5% of all eligible purchases. These donations can really add up, especially during the holidays and as you shop throughout the year.
Need more detailed instruction? We lay it out, step by step for you.
Harness the power of your organization’s team spirit to build the foster care village. Have something in mind? Many companies have organized activities like collection drives, event support, or even created an event of their own. Email our volunteer coordinator Kelly Els (e-mail) to share your ideas or brainstorm new ones!