Doing Good In Our Communities On Tuesday's Access Utah

Nov 20, 2018

The word "nonprofit" with letters in various shades.
Credit National Council of Nonprofits

There are many needs in our communities, and there are dedicated individuals and nonprofits working to meet those needs. They sometimes don’t get the recognition they deserve, and you may want to help but don’t know where and how. Next time on Access Utah we’re opening the phone lines, email and Twitter to give you the opportunity to spotlight a nonprofit or individual doing good in your community.

 

 


 

Amy Anderson, Director of Outreach for the Sunshine Terrace Foundation and Spiritual Counselor with Sunshine Hospice in Logan, joins us for the hour and we’ll hear from representatives of other nonprofits throughout the hour. And we hope to hear from you! You can reach us right now at upraccess@gmail.com.

 

We'll feature the International Friends Program, the Utah Food Bank, The Family Place, 100 Cache Valley Women Who Care, and the Alzheimer's Association, Utah Chapter.