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March News

Love UT Give UT 2017

Starting March 1st show your love for Utah by donating to your favorite Nonprofit through the Love UT Give UT online giving platform. All donations made from March 1st - March 30th will count toward the big day! March 30th will be the culminating 24 hour giving event that offers hundreds of nonprofits the opportunity to raise millions of dollars.

At the February 21st launch party, Mark Miller Subaru announced that one lucky winner will drive away in a 2017 Subaru Impreza after the March 30th event. All eligible donors who make a donation to a nonprofit through Love UT Give UT between March 1st and March 30th will be entered to win a 3 year lease on a brand new 2017 Subaru Impreza.


Scholarship Applications Now Available

Scholarship applications are now available for the 2017-2018 school year. There are currently 10 scholarships available. The application deadline is April 7th, so don't delay! Check out the available scholarships below. If you need assistance with the online application process please contact [email protected].

You can also find a full list of our scholarships and the online applications at:

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Housing and Homelessness Prevention Fund Grant Opportunity

The 2017 grant is targeted to provide operational funding for nonprofit organizations focused on facilitating access to existing healthcare services for individuals and families experiencing or at risk of homelessness; this grant is not intended to support direct-care projects. Priority will be given to organizations collaborating with community partners.
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Senior Charity Care Foundation
Receives $50,000

On February 6, 2017, Senior Charity Care Foundation received a check for $50,000 from the Utah Fund, a fund of the Community Foundation of Utah, to provide a capital investment for the Project Thrive, which is a capacity building project that aims to increase accessibility and affordability of dental care for vulnerable and marginalized seniors throughout Utah. This grant was made through the Social Investors Forum a unique funding program of the Community Foundation of Utah.