The Lowell Bennion Community Service Center is looking for leaders! Celebrating 30 years of operation dedicated to the recruitment and training of students in community service. Morgan Bryne reveals top projects and provides information on how the community can also engage in making a difference.
The Road Home is an organization with the mission to help people step out of homelessness and back into the community. The program provides emergency shelter andhousing services. Ex Dir. Matt Minkevitch describes joining forces with community partners to provide resources during the affordable housing crisis.
An exciting campaign to build a new facility is in the works for Neighborhood House. The organization provides high quality education for children, elderly and the disabled. Learn how the expansion will benefit the community and how you can get involved.
House Bill 96, the Utah School Readiness Initiative benefits 4,000 kids through high quality preschool programs. United Way CEO Bill Crim touches on the impact of HB96 as well a other services aimed to make a positive impact on the 137,000 low income students in the region.
Ditch the phones and enjoy nature with the YMCA! Elissa Kobrin, Director of Camping describes overnight camps in which councilors focus on safety and inclusiveness. Truly be themselves in safe enviorment.
Policymakers wish to pass HB 319, Early Childcare and Learning Coordination Amendments which creates a state advisory board addressing concerns for pregnancy until age 5. Rep. Rebecca Chavez-Houck details her focus on the needs of Utah working families.
Money collected through local property taxes for education are different across the state of Utah. In response lawmakers are seeking ways to provide equal funds per student regardless of location Sen. Lincoln Fillmore explains.
Utah Governor Gary Herbert talks priorities for the 2018 legislative session focusing on education funding. Herbert also discusses economic expansion, funding transportation, tax reform, affordable housing and homelessness.
The Beehive state retains status as AAA bond rated . Gov. Gary Herbert, Utah, explains what it means for the state budget. Herbert also accounts for new money to help the homeless, education, and suicide prevention.