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Fort Douglass is looking for volunteers to help the family's of soldiers in the holidays, by doing, toy drives, supplies drives and similar drives, helping arrange outings between the family and returning solider, and helping the family the people to contact are
Eagle Project Ideas
Infinia Health Care Companies
Ask for Zach Gibson @ 801-262-9181
In need of: landscaping, care packages, create library for books, movies etc...
Go to: www.infiniahealth.com (visit the volunteer page)
Highland Park Elementary (2700 S. 18th E.)
Contact: Angela Mecham 481-4833
Wasatch Community Gardens
LDS Hospital (8th Ave and C Street) 801-408-1100
Contact: Jackie Mulcock
Need infant car seats
Contact: Amy Galvez firstname.lastname@example.org 801-712-9189
West Valley City
Contact: Owen Jackson Owen.Jackson@wvc-ut.gov 801-965-5833
ARUP Blood Services
Community Blood Drive Information
Computer For Kids
Contact: Charlie Saba 738-1381 email@example.com
National Kidney Foundation
Contact: Sharon Miller Sharon@kidneyut.org 801-226-5111/ 869-5277
Children's Service Society of Utah
124 S 400 E suite 400 SLC, UT 84111
West Jordan City Water
Contact: Steven Glain 569-5156 or Doug Hancock
Sons of Utah Pioneers
Contact: Kay Blackner 485-3907/ 518-1930
Family Support Center
777 West Center Street, Midvale 255-6881
2020 South Lake Street, Sugarhouse 487-7778
University of Utah
Contact: Carolina Neve firstname.lastname@example.org 801-386-2342
Needs supplies for teen moms and dads
Valley Mental Health Foundation
Contact: Laurel Ingham email@example.com 801-273-6392
Call for a location near you.
The Centerville/Farmington Rotary Club is developing a Freedom Memorial to honor all veterans from the 2 communities. There is much help needed in the next 6 months which could be accomplished through Eagle Projects. If a Scout shows interest in helping he can contact Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org For additional information see the web site www.myfreedommemorial.org
George E Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Salt Lake City Health Care system Belinda Karabastsos, Manager of Voluntary Service 500 Foothill Dr. (135) Salt Lake City, Ut. 801 584 1241
Red Butte Garden & Arboretum
300 Wakara Way, SLC UT 84108
Eagle Scout Projects
Please contact Marianne at Marianne.email@example.com or 585-5688 for more information.
Backpack Program – Gain an appreciation for the ecology of our area and the importance of environmental education. This project consists of researching, developing and providing a backpack program geared for boy & girl scouts. Help them gain a greater appreciation of environmental science, botany, gardening, ecology, wildlife, conservation, landscape architecture etc. through the use of instructions and activities provided free of charge in the backpack while troops are visiting Red Butte Garden. Merit badge activities encouraged.
Benches – Develop and fine tune your carpentry skills while you enjoy the outdoors. Build and install benches along the foothills at Red Butte Garden. These benches are used and appreciated by school children and visitors as they enjoy the natural beauty of the foothills.
Trail Maintenance – A great way to get started in back country preservation. Help us keep our trails user friendly by repairing drainage routes, trail steps, trail widening, and pruning along the foothills at Red Butte Garden.
Plant Mapping – Gain great GIS, mapping, botany and plant id skills. Help us keep a tab on our native and invasive plants by mapping plant populations along the foothills at Red Butte Garden.
Invasive Plant Species Removal – Help us keep the Natural Area the most pristine foothill region along the Wasatch front while you learn about plant identification and botany. The project consists of locating, identifying and removal of invasive plant populations along the foothills at Red Butte Garden.
Fox Dens, Owl Boxes and Bird Houses – Develop your carpentry skills while you learn about wildlife in a beautiful setting. Help us encourage and provide homes for natural predators and other wildlife.
Questar Gas Co.
801 324 5167
EAGLE SCOUT PROJECTS
The US Forest Service and Draper City will be supervising the building of wild country non-motorized trails in the southeast part of Salt Lake County. Much of the work is being accomplished by Eagle Scout candidate projects.
The completed trails will allow access to the Lone Peak, Mount Jordan and Corner Canyon Wilderness areas for all of the public. These wild lands are home to almost all of the large animal species native to the State of Utah. The trails are highly visible and are a unique value to the public, particularly due to the beauty of the land, the wildlife who live there and the accessibility to the trails for the people of the Wasatch Front. Trail use has increased greatly every year, providing unequalled health and recreational benefits.
Trail construction offers the Eagle Scout candidate important planning and supervisory opportunities. Completing a trail project will be a personally rewarding experience for the scouts, as well as introducing them to the world of trail use.
In a meeting with a project coordinator, the program will be explained to the Scout and his adult tutor (parent or Scoutmaster). When he accepts the program outline, and assigned coordinator will instruct and guide the Scout throughout the project, assisting the Scout with the important planning and supervisory responsibilities. The coordinator will explain the importance of safety, the value of cooperation on the Project, the safe use of trail tools and the principles of sustainable trail design and construction. The BSA Eagle Project policies will also be reviewed. An information sheet will be furnished to the Scout that he can use to review with his workers at the beginning and during the project.
For any Scout who is thinking about his Eagle Scout Project, this is a great project for him to consider!
For information or to schedule an on-site meeting for the Scout and adult tutor, please call (801) 571-2125. The number is a residence telephone number for one of the scheduling supervisors. After a few rings, you will be asked to leave a voice mail. Please leave a return telephone number, name, and the time of day the Coordinator can call you back. Please give some choices of times that the Coordinator may call back.
1020 E. Pioneer Road . Draper, Utah 84020 . 801-576-6500 . www.draper.ut.us
Red Cross Blood Drive:
There are few Eagle Scout projects that offer the potential for lifesaving service as does a blood drive. Organizing a blood drive will be both challenging and fun. It requires a dedicated individual who is willing to develop a recruitment strategy and share information with others about donating blood and blood use. It requires a leader. Please contact the American Red Cross at (801) 892-4000 if you are interested in scheduling a Blood Drive.
Utah Animal Adoption Center (formerly Wasatch Humane). We have just moved to a fabulous new 3.5 acre facility that has been completely renovated by a donor into a spacious, functional, comfortable shelter for our animals awaiting adoption to their forever homes!
We still need help with the following, perhaps from Scouts going for their Eagles!
•build sturdy cat towers and rafters for climbing and perching in our cat room.
•possibly design and build outdoor doggy playground equipment: ramps, teeter-totters, jump hoops, platforms, weave poles, etc., out of sturdy plastic that can easily be collapsed, moved, and stored.
•get plants and pavers donated, install them in our Memorial Garden
•help build a 4-stall barn, from blueprints and materials provided in a "complete barn kit" we will purchase.
•Ongoing: Donation drives for quality dog and cat food, cat litter, cleaning supplies.
•Ongoing: volunteers to come on regular, pre-appointed shifts to walk and bathe dogs, help with cleaning, etc.
We are located at 1955 N. Redwood Road, Salt Lake City.
Open Tues-Fri 11-6, Sat. 11-5.
Come by and see us!
Alaskan Eskimo village needs the following supplies:
different types of paints/brushes
They could also greatly benefit from having more computers, since they are scarce there. So, she told me they need 3 computers with software.
For more information contact
Billbic Dept/ Koyuk-Malemute School
Koyuk, Alaska 99753
As part of our community collections program, Worldwide Book Drive is interested in becoming an official option for Eagle Scout Projects in Salt Lake County. We have been approached and worked with scouts before. We found it to be a challenging and rewarding experience for the boys involved. We have a fairly turn-key approach that provides materials and instructions to complete a successful book drive. The measurable results, (the number of books that get collected) offer a keen sense of accomplishment and the program itself provides the boys with a great platform for leadership development. Participating in a book drive with Worldwide Book Drive is also a great way to take part in a crucial part of improving our worldwide community through literacy.
We would also like to invite you to a personal tour of our warehouse out here in Orem, so we can show you what we do and answer any questions you might have.
Have a great day!
Worldwide Book Drive
104 N 1200 W
Orem, UT 84057
help is NEEDED. By now I hope you are all aware of the care package drive that we are organizing
It is a mammoth project that is, at the same time, quite simple: we are trying to get care packages for ALL of the deployed Utah National Guardsmen for Christmas (that's 700+ soldiers!).
Imagine being a soldier in Iraq and receiving a package that comes from the entire state of Utah (and beyond) and not just from your mom or wife or girlfriend. Now imagine being a soldier receiving that package and knowing that EVERY OTHER UTAH NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER is also receiving a similar box. That box suddenly becomes so much more than a box full of stuff. It becomes an expression of gratitude. It becomes motivating, inspiring and empowering. It becomes a statement. It says, "Thank you, Soldier. Thank you and your family for all you are doing. Thank you for wearing the uniform of the United States with pride and honor. Thank you for sacrificing so much so that those of us back home have to sacrifice so little. Thank you, Soldier. And God bless you."
Please contact Jennie Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org
create a reading room at one of our twenty-three sites, please contact Carey Crockett at (435) 770-4792 or email@example.com
For information about Angel Flight you can go to www.angelflight.org. On the home page, go to the top under “about” then click on “media” and then “video library”. Under video library you can select “Utah Wing” to learn about the general purpose of Angel Flight and then under “Navajo Flights” it describes the Santa Flight Mission that we do every Christmas.
In addition, you can look under “wings” at the top of the page and then click on “Utah” and on the left side click on articles and then you can click on “Santa Flight” to see pictures and articles about the previous years.
Utah Wing Pilot Recruitment
(801) 486-7566 (Fax)
(888) 4-AN-ANGEL (426-2643)
3161 Donald McDouglas Loop South
Santa Monica, CA 90405
Book donations to the Davis County Jail in Farmington.
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call
Deputy Aaron Bean
Davis County Jail
Washington Elementary is in need of stretcher boards for emergency situations
Contact Tara Begenger
School # 801-402-1950
Her cell # 801-390-6286
The Division of Services for People with Disabilities
The Division of services for people with Disabilities is looking for people to come and help a family in need of home repairs. They would be doing things like painting, some plumbing work, door repairs, help with décor, etc. The contact information is Eva Eckersley at 264-7551
The Pregnancy Resource Center
Needs assistance in remodeling and Painting
Contact Tamara Anderson 994-4981 or by cell 230-1497
The 4th District Juvenile Court would like someone to help with some kids books, makeing a puppet stand and a few other items. For more information contact
The Happy Factory
Contact Brent Cheney 801-484-3529
The Royal Canadian Military Marker and Flag Pole at the Salt Lake Cemetery have fallen into disrepair. The project would include relocating the flag pole, and cleaning, repairing, and clearing the monument.
Please contact The Salt Lake City Cemetery.
M Lin Bennion Elementary School has a greenhouse that needs fixing
Contact Principal Christine Pittam
Assisted Living Center in Midvale needs someone to make 72 hour emergency kits for residents (about 115) For more information contact Heather Yospe at 568-9909
Valerie Walton from the Housing Authority of the County of Salt Lake is trying to collect school supplies for the families that they work with. The contact is Valerie Walton FSS Case Manager 801-284-4467 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Organization: International Rescue Committee
Projects: supply drives, Food, clothing, cleaning supplies, etc...., for refugees in other countries
Contact Person: Candice Munk
Phone Number: 1-801-328-1091 Extension 108
Email Address: email@example.com
The March of Dimes Teddy Bear Den is in need of donations. Please consider us when planning Eagle Scout Projects and/or other service projects.
If you are not familiar with the March of Dimes Teddy Bear Den I have included information below.
The Teddy Bear Den is an incentive program that provides free baby care products to low-income pregnant women in the Salt Lake valley as incentives to practice healthy behaviors throughout their pregnancies. Teddy Bear Den clients "earn" points toward incentives, such as diapers and infant clothing, through a variety of positive, health-promoting activities: attending prenatal care appointments, participating in prenatal education classes, keeping appointments for well-baby visits, etc. The program is designed to encourage women to do the best they can to have a healthy pregnancy, and further the March of Dimes' mission of preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality. The Teddy Bear Den targets the populations most likely to have inadequate health care and lack financial support. We hope to improve the birth outcomes for these women and their babies.
We depend on items donated by businesses and the community to stock the Teddy Bear Den and provide essential items to pregnant and parenting moms in need. Donated items help alleviate the significant financial burdens placed on low-income pregnant and parenting women by providing them with the baby care items they could not otherwise afford.
Plan a diaper drive if you are looking for a service project! Please reply if you have any questions.
March of Dimes
757 East South Temple Street, Suite 120
Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Telephone (801) 746.5540
Fax (801) 746.5546
Toll Free in Utah (877) 881.9255
March of Dimes is the champion for babies.
Organization: Operation Give
Is an organization that helps soldiers, they need stuff for stocking stuffers, the stocking stuffers can be turned in on Fridays, from today till November first between the hours of 5-8 p.m, except on Halloween, that week the stuffers can be turned in the next day November 1st between 9-12 am, they also need help in sorting out other items
The Valley Center Playhouse in Lindon Utah is a registered non-profit organization in the state of Utah. It is a true community theater where all of the actors, directors, technical staff and often the playwrights work and donate their time and talents from the community for the community. They are in need of new carpets, simple repairs such as nailing down floor boards, seat cushions recovered, the outside cleaned up and de-cluttered, help with organization of costumes and props, painting, etc... There are several odd jobs as well as large projects that could be taken on. They wish to add on to the front of the building to provide more closet space and a nice entry way.
Keith and Jody Renstrom
Valley Center Playhouse:
780 N 200 E in Lindon, Utah
This theater is located in Utah Valley, but I could not find a similar website listing Eagle Scout Ideas for our area.
Scouts needed in the event-possibly Eagle Scouts looking for projects to complete. We would like someone to set up two mock campsite areas on the zoo campgrounds as models of how to be Bear Award when camping. We would need that person to also man the site during the event and to talk to the public about good camping etiquette and handout Bear Awarde materials (which the zoo will provide).
We need to have two campsite models created to show the difference between a good, clean, "Bear Aware" campsite, and a messy, unsafe campsite.
For the "Good" campsite we would need a small tent, a canvas/plastic odor containing bag, rope (to hang the bag from a tree), fire pit (stones, wood), food locker type container (not a cooler)... (we may be able to get some of these items donated).
For the "Bad" campsite we would need a small tent, bottles (full or empty) of toiletries, deodorants, food containers etc., cooler, and a small amount of trash (wrappers, paper plates, cans).
We will provide the signage/information for the two sites.
Please feel free to contact me by e-mail or by phone! I look forward to hearing from you!
801-582-1631 ext 722
The Boys & Girls Club of Murray has an outdoor play space that is heavily used. Unfortunately there is little shade and our members tire quickly. Last year we were able to purchase a gazebo to provide an outdoor classroom, and respite from the summer sun. Once we received the gazebo we learned that a foundation would need to be built prior to construction. We are seeking a Scout to help acquire materials and build a stone foundation for a 14 x 14 gazebo. We have the plans and details on preferred materials. Construction should begin in spring as to have the shade ready for our summer camp. Contact Michael Cox if interested, 801-284-4259, firstname.lastname@example.org,