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Our club members work diligently to provide service and donations to local organizations. Throughout the years we have been able to support many women in need by providing service to help local organizations with what they need to be successful.



We have recently partnered with a local organization called U.G.L.Y. (Utah Girls Love You) located in Pleasant Grove, Utah. Through the collection of items needed, our club has been able to help this organization work towards their goal of empowering and equipping single parents to better support themselves and their families.


We are excited to be working with this amazing organization, as their mission aligns so well with ours and we look forward to continuing to support them in the future. 

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In 2022 our club was introduced to Martha Garcia, the owner of Passionate Wings. Over the past few years a few of our members have helped support Martha's cause by giving their time to help organize items at her facility, as well as donating personal products, such as shampoo, conditioner and make-up. Recently, we have been able to connect Passionate Wings with House of Hope, where a wonderful relationship to help the House of Hope women has emerged!

The Period Project is fighting to ensure menstrual products are free and available to women in need and has pushed to not only start the conversation at the Utah Legislature level, but has led the effort to pass H.B.162, which provides free period products for students in Utah public and charter K-12 schools. This past year we have started to help support their cause by gathering in the park to put together kits of donated period products for five of our local high schools

During our annual Holiday Fundraiser,  our club collects gifts from our members for the Angel Tree kids at House of Hope. In 2021 we decided to help support the mom's more directly by donating items to help make their lives a little easier. This was a wonderful opportunity for our club to show how much we not only want the kids to have a great Christmas, but also that we appreciate the moms for their strength and resilience.  

The Utah Food Bank provides free, monthly assitance to homebound people with disabilities by delivering food right to the clients home. Before these food boxes are filled, they offer the opportunity for volunteers to decorate the boxes to help brighten the recipient's day when they receive it. Our club stepped up to volunteer their wonderful artistic abilities and helped to contribute to the more than 11,0000 food boxes delivered each year!


Our club regularly makes monetary and other donations to organizations that we believe truly align with our core beliefs. Below is a list of the organizations we have been able to help this past year. We want to thank everyone who has assisted in making these donations possible - we couldn't do it without you!

Advocating locally means getting involved with the issues that align with our cause. We do this by staying aware and informed of what is going on at the state legislative level.  To find out more about some of the bills and initiatives that may be impacting women, please visit the Utah State Legislature and League of Women Voters.

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