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  • 61°
  • Heber Valley, Utah
  • Monday, July 15, 2024
  • 08:23 AM
Sunny 61°
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Get Involved In The Local Community

Heber Valley residents support a variety of community-driven organizations. Whether you are looking for support or to give back as a volunteer or through donations—there are several organizations to choose from. Check out these upcoming special events and opportunities to donate your time with Chamber Cares.

Ways To Get Involved & Give Back

Paws for Life Utah, a volunteer-run organization, helps 1,300 homeless dogs, cats, and other "at risk" shelter animals find homes.
Friends of Wasatch Mountain State Park focuses on creating responsible (and sustainable) recreation opportunities for Wasatch County residents.
By staking flags in host families' yards on significant LGBTQ+ dates, Project Rainbow creates visible displays of community love and support.
The Heber Valley Chamber of Commerce promotes local businesses, operates the Visitor Center, and promotes the Valley to attract tourists.
Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch County helps families in need build new homes, repair existing homes, and more.
Our mission is to advance the well-being of Heber Valley residents by meeting people where they are and uniting community resources and programs through the following pillars of support: Health, Education, Recreation, Arts, and Human Services. If you are a non-profit that falls under these pillars, please reach out to learn more about how we can help.
The Peach House provides interpersonal violence and abuse survivors with housing, prevention education, and other support services.
Heber Leadership Academy provides a unique experience for individuals in the community. Over the 9 month program, participants expand their professional network and become more educated and involved in the community.
We provide essential services, connections, and support that improve the health and well-being of LGBTQ+ youth.
The St. Lawrence Thrift Store is a ministry of Saint Mary’s—offering reasonably priced, gently used clothing, furniture, and other items.
Latinos In Action (LIA) is a class designed to empower Latino youth to lead and strengthen their communities through college and career readiness.
Wasatch Swim Club is a year-round competitive swim team offering high-quality coaching and technique instruction for all ages and abilities.
Rotary International is a network of 1.4 million neighbors devoted to active problem-solving. The local chapter meets twice a month.
With a location in Heber City, the CCPC offers food assistance, helps cover basic needs, and offers counseling services.
Founded as a non-profit in 1993, Mountainlands Community Housing Trust works within communities to address housing affordability.
By offering various workshops, field trips, and demonstrations, the Midway Art Association encourages professional and amateur artists.
Utah’s Children’s Justice Centers help children feel safe while documenting interviews regarding alleged abuse.
The Wasatch Education Foundation offers scholarships to local students seeking post-secondary education at an accredited trade school or college.
The Wasatch County Parks & Recreation Department encourages health and wellness within the community by offering a variety of community programs.
USU Extension offers a variety of 4-H programs to Wasatch County residents between the ages of 8-18.
Since 1999, The People’s Health Clinic, a non-profit clinic, has provided quality healthcare to uninsured residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties.
Hosted by Vibrant America, a non-profit organization, TedFest is a family-friendly music festival hosted in Wallsburg, Utah.
The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by teaching life skills through sports recreation and educational programs.
The Youth Sports Alliance was created as a community effort to increase the number of children participating in winter sports.
Heber Valley Music allows community musicians to increase their skills and make connections by joining the choir, orchestra, or jazz ensemble.
High Valley Arts is a non-profit organization run by volunteers that enriches the lives of residents through excellence in the arts.
Girl Scouts of Utah supports girls from all backgrounds by helping participants find their strengths and learn new skills—so that they are ready to rise to any challenge.
Community Action offers food and housing assistance to cover an individual's immediate needs, then provides tools to help rebuild their lives.
The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation maintains Utah's Olympic facilities—allowing people of all skill levels to watch, learn, and excel in winter sports.
Timpanogos Valley Theatre Company provides a forum for residents to study, compose, write, train, rehearse, and direct theatrical arts.
BSA is dedicated to helping young people understand and live the Scout Oath and Law while learning valuable life skills.
The Wasatch County Arts Council works with other organizations to position Wasatch County as a premier visual and performing arts destination.
For at least one year, volunteers (Bigs) donate a few hours monthly to serve as one-to-one mentors for children (Littles) in our community to help them realize their potential.
This Olympic venue hosts a variety of activities throughout the year. Athletes at all levels enjoy the facility on a year-round basis and volunteers help make these events world-class.
The Wasatch County Library provides resources to build community, spark imagination, and provides materials to support lifelong learning.

Know of a local non-profit that is missing from the above list? Or know of a local group or entity that provides services to our community or needs volunteers? Let us know! Send us an email with the information: [email protected]

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