Volunteer Opportunities

Brian's Bags

We are looking for individuals or groups who would like to make hygiene kits for people in Cache and Rich counties who are displaced due to a traumatic event (unplanned death, criminal activity at the home, car accident, assault, child abuse, etc.) You can create an entire kit or donate individual items for the kits.

All Hygiene Kits:

  • Toothbrush
  • Toothpaste
  • Brush/Comb
  • Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Soap (liquid or bar)
  • Deodorant
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Baby Wipes
  • Water bottle
  • Snack: granola bar, fruit snacks, crackers/cheese, etc. any type

Adult Hygiene Kits:

  • Journal and Pen/Pencil
  • Hat and mittens
  • 1 pair socks

Children's Hygiene Kits:

  • Coloring book/crayons
  • 1 pair socks
  • Hat and mittens

Please contact Terryl for pick up arrangements at TWarner@cacheattorney.org or drop off at: The Cache County Attorneys Office, 199 North Main St., Logan, UT Monday Friday, 8 a.m. 5 p.m.

Organization Info

Sponsoring Organization
Cache County Attorney's Office


About Us
We are the prosecuting entity for Cache and Rich counties (Utah). We also house the Victim Services program and the Childrens' Justice Center. `

Organization Point of Contact:
Terryl Warner

Help Low Income Households With Their Taxes

VITA volunteers assist from February 1st through April 18th. Most volunteers assist one shift a week, generally for three hours or less. Shifts are available Monday through Friday from 6 PM to 9 PM and Tuesday through Thursday from 9 AM to 12 PM. Locations include the BRAG office in Logan, Stevens Henager, and the Department of Workforce services. Additional locations in Box Elder County.

Most of our clients are disabled, elderly, or have small children. All of them are low income and appreciate the assistance.

Training is provided to help volunteers certify. Learn to do your own taxes and help others at the same time!

Bear River Association of Governments
170 N Main
Logan, UT


Drivers to Pick up Food for Cache Community Food Pantry

Mondays and/or Tuesdays

Cache Community Food Pantry
359 South Main Street
Logan, Utah 84321

We are looking for two volunteers on Mondays and two on Tuesdays who could drive to area stores in our van and bring back foods that are donated to the Food Pantry.(If we had more than 2 interested in driving we could assign drivers to specific weeks of the month to help out). It would involve some lifting and climbing in and out of the van. We are looking for volunteers who could commit to this opportunity for months (or years!) at a time so this would be ideal for retirees. We need individuals who have an excellent driving record and are very personable and good with the public. The hours we would need someone would be from approximately 10:30 AM to about 1:30 PM on Mondays and Tuesdays.

Point of Contact:
Matthew Whitaker

Cosmetologists needed to help women battling cancer in Cache County

Ongoing Opportunity

Logan Regional Hospital
281 North 600 East Logan, Utah 84341

The American Cancer Society's Look Good Feel Better program helps women battling cancer fight the side-effects of treatment. Licensed cosmetologists teach women how to draw on eyebrows, tie scarves, style wigs, and skincare.

Class is held the third Wednesday of every month from 4:00 PM-6:00 PM. Training is provided.

Point of Contact:
Cathy Higgins

Global Village Gifts

Ongoing Opportuity

69 East 100 North
Logan, Utah 84321

The reason Global Village Gifts can buy products at a fair price for the artisans, yet sell them at an affordable price for customers, is because the store is operated by volunteers, whose age ranges from 16-76. The volunteers interact with customers on the sales floor, display new merchandise, order inventory, and teach the community about fair trade. Our mission would be impossible without these hard-working individuals who give their time and talents to support the Fair Trade mission. If you are interested in contributing as a volunteer, visit our Volunteer With Us! page.

Point of Contact:
Hailey Elliott

Humanitarian Center Volunteer

Monday & Wednesday 10am - 3pm
Tuesday & Thursday 10am - 7:30pm

600 South 200 East
Hyrum, Utah 84319

We are looking for individuals who would be available to volunteer once a week for a few hours. Projects you would be working on include quilt tying and sewing, hygiene kit assembly, blanket tying, and packing materials. All of our projects go to our local community, disaster relief areas, and some international locations in need.

Please contact Kevin or Margie to schedule times to come and volunteer or make donations.

Specific Details:
Group or individual projects
Suitable for all ages
Volunteer's can participate from home
Item donations (non-monetary)
Wheelchair accessible

Point of Contact:
Kevin & Margie Leishman

Logan ReStore Volunteer

Tue. - Fri. 10am to 6pm
Sat. 10am to 4pm

232 South Main, Logan

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore accepts volunteers to work at the ReStore on an ongoing basis. Our volunteers help with cleaning and sorting donations, assist customers, and general retail store activities. We accept youth, student, religious, & scout groups. We also take court ordered volunteers under some exceptions, no shoplifting or violence against children or women. To volunteer please stop by our ReStore and fill out a short application. You are welcome to schedule a time with Todd Cottle.

Point of Contact:
Todd Cottle

Loaves and Fishes Meal Setup and Cleanup Leader

Ongoing Opportunity

First Presbyterian Church
178 West Center Street Logan, Utah 84321

Loaves and Fishes Community Meal is a Logan UT non-profit that sponsors 2 free community lunches each month, on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays. We are a multi-denominational organization and our meals are held at the First Presbyterian Church in Logan UT. Though we are not affiliated with the First Presbyterian Church (or any other church), they are a a terrific support for Loaves and Fishes and they have the best kitchen in the valley!

The purpose of these meals is to feed those who may be hungry but even more, to provide a place for community interaction and friendship. We are currently seeking volunteers who will show up before a meal or after a meal and coordinate the meal volunteers in setting up or cleaning up after the meal. At each meal there is a different group of volunteers so we need a leader to manage the setup and cleanup and to lend consistency and confidence to each group.

Setup includes arranging and cleaning tables and chairs for about 120 people as well as other tables as needed. Supporting tasks as well. The cleanup entails cleaning off tables, putting tables and chairs away and performing all necessary sweeping and mopping and emptying garbage. We are looking for someone who smiles and laughs and enjoys being around caring people. We would want you to choose either the setup or cleanup for a meal usually once each month, though you could do it twice in a month if you'd like. We are looking for 4 volunteers to share the workload. Setup is from 10 am to around noon and cleanup is from 12:30 to around 2:30.

If you are interested in learning more, contact Wayne Crabtree for all the info you could hope for! Texting or email work best, or you can reach him by calling in the evenings after 7pm.

Meal location: First Presbyterian Church

Point of Contact:
Wayne Crabtree

Encompass Hospice Volunteer

525 West 465 North Logan, Utah 84321

Hospice services are open to all individuals who have been given a terminal diagnosis. The patient and their family are looking to make this stage of life as satisfying and comfortable as possible. They are not looking to prolong life, but to get the most of the life they have.

As a volunteer, you will get to know these families deeply as you visit with them. You will share feelings and emotions as you talk about their life experiences. As a volunteer, you may help them develop journals or life histories, go for walks, you may run errands, but most likely and importantly, you will just be there for them. Hospice patients and families sometimes just need to talk, and sometimes a volunteer's greatest contribution will be to listen. There are many things volunteers are taught to do to help patients and families, but when all is said and done, the reason you will be remembered is because you were there when they needed supportive caring.

Becoming a volunteer requires 12 hours of initial training, as well as ongoing training, and one or more hours of volunteer work a week. A volunteer must be able to provide their own transportation, proof of insurance and driver's license, and will receive ongoing training.

As a volunteer you are an integral part of a team providing support and care to clients, it has been stated that Hospice Volunteers are the heart of Hospice.

Point of Contact:
Craig Alder

Logan Regional Hospital- Gift Shop Volunteer

We have opportunities in our hospital gift shop for 16 years and older. The people and environment are fun. Join our team and have a chance to meet new friends and interact with customers and guests.

Shifts are scheduled for three hours, one day a week. Assist patients, guests, employees and customers with gift shop merchandise. Volunteers that serve at the hospital will be required to complete a drug screen, background check and health requirements to support the health and safety of hospital patients.

Point of Contact:
Ramona Fonnesbeck

Help Cancer Patients by Driving Them to Treatment

Ongoing- Drivers take patients to various hospital locations and may not be at the same location.

American Cancer Society
500 East 1400 North
Logan, Utah 84341

Make a cancer patient's journey a little easier by driving them to their appointments. The American Cancer Society's Road to Recovery program volunteers pick people up from home, bring them to their treatments and back. Patients are often unable to make it to their appointments because they have no way to get there.

Drivers are required to have a reliable vehicle, current license, registration and insurance, complete a background check and complete online training.

Make a difference by driving for the ACS Road to Recovery program.

Point of Contact:
Lindsay Nelson

Seniors 55 and older needed for a variety of needs in our community!

Flexible hours for ongoing volunteering at local schools and nonprofit community organizations.

Public & School Partnership’s Senior and Community Volunteers
6505 Old Main Hill
Logan, Utah 84321

Sponsoring Organization: Public & School Partnership
Website: http://www.publicschoolpartnership.com


PSP Senior and Community Volunteers contribute anywhere from a few hours to 40 hours each week, serving through schools and nonprofit and public organizations to help meet critical community needs. PSP offers maximum flexibility and choice to volunteers. PSP matches the personal interests and skills of seniors with opportunities to serve solving community problems. PSP volunteers make a difference in our community while enjoying the benefits of volunteering, including making new friends; developing a sense of accomplishment from making a difference; developing a new zest for life, combating depression; and much more.

Besides work with senior volunteers, the Public & School Partnership sponsors 24 VISTA members in local schools and educational non-profits.

Point of Contact:
Rodney Pack

Come play and help children grow!

Ongoing opportunity for volunteers 18 yrs and older

The Family Place
1525 North 200 West
Logan, Utah 84341

The Family Place
10 North 600 East
Hyrum, Utah 84319

The Family Place
502 South Main Street
Smithfield, Utah 84335

We are always looking for more volunteers for the Kid's Place! Children come to us during times of family emergencies, shelter, or for scheduled weekly care. The children who come for scheduled weekly care come at the same time each week for 2 hours, so you will have the opportunity to get to know them very well, while helping them with their own goals.

As a Kid's Place volunteer, you will get to do many activities with the children, including yoga, dancing, sensory activities, art journals, etc.

All volunteers need to be at least 18 years old and must clear a Background Clearance Investigation.

This is a great opportunity for college students, or anyone looking to volunteer on a regular basis! Please contact Jessi for more information by phone or email.

Point of Contact:
Karly Walton

Volunteers needed at Common Ground Outdoor Adventures

Help provide life-enhancing outdoor recreational opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities.

Volunteers are the lifeline of Common Ground Outdoor Adventures. We need caring and encouraging individuals to help us with every activity. Outdoor experience or experience with working with people with disabilities is not required to volunteer with Common Ground. All local activities are free for volunteers; there may be some cost on destination trips. To learn more about helping Common Ground contact the office or email volunteer@cgadventures.org.

Point of Contact:
Elizabeth Graves

Horse Feeders Needed

Ongoing for as long as you can help.

Whispering Canyons Foundation
1151 South 1000 West
Logan, Utah 84321

Please help us with our morning horse feeding routine whenever you're available. We'll love you and so will the horses!!!

Point of Contact:
Merrill Gould

Dyers Woad Clipping Project

Sponsoring Organization
Logan City Parks and Recreation Department

Bonneville Shoreline Trail
200 North 400 East
Logan, Utah 84321

In specific locations, during the months of May and June, along the Bonneville Shoreline Trail (Deer Pen Property, Bonneville Shoreline Trail Head, and Dry Canyon), volunteers are needed to cut seed heads of Dyers Woad plants and bag them. Logan Parks and Recreation Department will provide and dispose of bags. Bring clippers and gloves. Contact Ed for times, dates, and location.

Point of Contact:
Ed Stephens

Ryan Cases for Smiles

Logan, Utah

We can't get enough bright, cheery pillowcases. It is easy to do and only takes a few minutes.

We would love to partner with you to host a successful philanthropy event to support us in helping kids feel better to heal better. There are many ways for individuals, schools and businesses to get involved. Please look up your local chapter coordinator to get your event started.

Help children and families cope with the traumatic stress of illness and injuries by donating time or fabric

Point of Contact:
Emily Sigler

Assisting Adult Immigrants, including Refugees , as they learn English Skills

Hours Available 9 am-4 pm and 6-9:30 pm M-Th, 9 am-4 pm Fridays
Summer, Winter, Fall and Spring Quarters

Work with adults learning English skills by spending time in the classroom with them at the English Language Center. As little as an hour a week or an hour a month can make a difference.

You must register in person or at the ELC website (www.elc-cv.org) before volunteering.

Participant Notes

Must be 18 or older. Must register at the ELC and schedule times. Do not show up unscheduled to serve, but first register and schedule a time to come.

Point of Contact:
Katie Jensen

Nature Center Host

We will need volunteers March through November, Wednesday-Saturday.

Stokes Nature Center
2696 U.S. Highway 89
Logan, Utah 84321

Stokes Nature Center offers year-round opportunities for families and other visitors to drop in to check out the center, find out about our community and education programs, as well as spend a little time in nature. As a small non-profit organization, we have a limited number of staff members. We need hosts that can commit to several hours a week, in order to achieve our mission of providing nature education to community members of all ages.To explore other volunteer opportunities at Stokes Nature Center, visit www.logannature.org/volunteer/

Point of contact

Emily Blake
435 755 5017

Zootah at Willow Park is looking for a few good Friends!

Day time hours

Zootah at Willow Park
419 West 700 South
Logan, Utah 8432 3

We are looking for volunteers to come and spend some time at the zoo. We have a variety of things we could use people for: gift shop/admissions help, story time, general cleaning and working outside.

Point of contact

Barbara T Tew
435 890 0356

Little Lamb comfort kits for children transitioning into foster care, shelter and other traumatic situations.

Ongoing Opps, Eagle Scout Projects


Mission: We aim to provide kids of cache valley & surrounding areas who have been placed in Foster Care, shelter and other traumatic situations or who have been hospitilized by providing them with a little comfort in a bag or whatever needs deemed nessesary. The comfort kits will be given to the Department of Family services so they can give them to each child as they transition into Foster Care.

In each bag we are including a book, fleece blanket, a plush animal, socks, toothbrush/paste, & a busy item like crayon's & a coloring book or matchbox cars, etc. In the older kids bags we also include a full hygiene kit. Little Lambs has many service opportunities. We are looking for people to set up item drives at their workplace or neighborhoods, make blankets, tote bags & baby items.. Etc.

English Reading and Writing Tutors

Ongoing Opps


If you are fluent in reading and writing in English and are interested in becoming a volunteer tutor, please contact the Bridgerland Literacy office at (435) 750-3262.Thanks to our volunteer tutors, adults are receiving free one-on-one tutoring to improve their literacy skills. For more information about our adult literacy program and how you can help, please visit our website at bridgerlandliteracy.org.

Bridgerland Literacy is located in the Learning Center at the Bridgerland Applied Technology College 1301 N. 600 W. Logan, UT Office hours: Monday – Thursday 10 am – 5 pm, Friday 10 am – 4 pm

Volunteers to do activities with our residents


Our residents here at the Gables of North Logan love it when outside groups come and preform or visit. we would love anything from singing, dancing, story telling, puppet shows, etc. 30min-1hour would be great but any amount of time is greatly appreciated! Call Teresa to arrange a day and time (435)-881-4702. Thanks, we hope to see you soon!

Hospice Volunteers Wanted!

Ongoing Opps, Opps for Individuals

Amanda Barrandey,

Patient Care
– Offer companionship and support to hospice patients and their families

Respite Care
– Relieve caregivers who are physically and emotionally exhausted from providing care for a loved one

Bereavement Support
– Support surviving family members helping them through the grieving process

Comfort Care Volunteers
– Provide comfort related therapy (pet therapy, music therapy, aromatherapy, massage therapy, reiki, etc.)

Office Support
– Offer companionship and support to hospice patients and their families

Hospice is a compassionate approach to end-of-life care. The goal of hospice is to help people with serious illness live life fully, maintain their dignity and keep personal control over their lives. Hospice is available to anyone with an illness whose life expectancy is measured in months, rather than years. Hospice is not about dying; it’s about living each day as fully as possible. When more time cannot be given, we can help to make the most of the time left.

Receptionist for Sunshine Hospice

Opps for Individuals, Ongoing Opps


Sunshine Hospice is looking for an administrative assistant to answer phones, greet people and direct them to patient rooms in the facility, copying, faxing, and assembling admission packets. Tasks can increase as the volunteer desires, we have plenty to keep you busy! Hours that need to be filled are 12-5pm Mon-Fri, we can work with the volunteers schedule as to there availability and how many hrs. they would like. This is a great opportunity to support our nursing staff as they care for patients and families at the end of life. We have a great administrative team in the office as well as our field staff and recognize the importance of volunteers! You will love to be part of our team!!

Tree Planting

Eagle Scout Projects

Planting 15 to 20 trees is enough to earn a young man an Eagle. The City provides trees and the locations as well as a small amount of technical advice. We plant till the end of June then start again in Sept. and ends with the 1st hard freeze.

Point of Contact:
Rex Davis

Become a Cache Humane society Volunteer

Ongoing Opps

2370 West 200 North
Logan, UT 84321

Do you have the kindness and compassion to treat the animals in our care with the love and respect they most deserve? Join our team and become a great CHS volunteer!

As a CHS volunteer, you will be giving back to the community, while gaining a unique understanding about rescued animals. You will meet new friends and make new connections in the local area. Plus, we often employ from our committed volunteer pool.

We currently have opportunities in our Dog Spot, Cat Castle and Animal Clinic. You will gain hands-on experience, helping rescued animals become adopted to a new forever home!

You should be at least 16 years old, Very caring and yet calm and assertive around animals of all shapes, sizes and temperaments. Confident and courteous with people from all backgrounds. And the ability to work independantly.

Please go to our web page http://www.cachehumane.org/help/volunteer/ for more information and to complete an application form. You will be contacted by the Volunteer Coordinator for an interview and orientation.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Cache Humane Society, You can make a difference to animals in need!

Cache Community Food Pantry needs your help!

Ongoing Opps

359 S Main St,
Logan, Utah 84321
Mon-Thurs: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Fri: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

A lot of parents work on the weekend and their kids are left home. We help relieve some stress by providing backpacks full of food to kids in low-income households. Here are some of the items needed to fill these backpacks:

  • Individual meal cups (e.g. Chef Boyardee)
  • Peanut butter snack cups
  • Vienna Sausages
  • Individual cereal bowls
  • Granola bars
  • Fresh fruit
  • Nuts
  • Fruit cups
  • Fruit Snacks

Of course anything that takes little to no preparation will be accepted.

Community Outreach

The Logan Family Center
50 South 400 East
Logan, Utah 84321

The Logan Family Center is quickly growing and soon we will need help getting the word out to the community about us and our various services and events. We are looking for anywhere between 1 and 3 volunteers to be the bridge between us and the community. This would involve attending a monthly meeting and tasks like social media management, developing relationships with other organizations in the community, spreading posters or flyers when needed, getting our events on community calendars, scheduling press releases, etc.

Point of Contact:
Joanna Escalante

CASA Volunteers Needed

First Judicial District
135 North 100 West
Logan, UT 84321
Natasha Weston - CASA Coordinator

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is looking for volunteers, 21 and older, to work with abused and neglected children. We need volunteers to advocate for children from birth to 18 years of age who are involved in juvenile court, through no fault of their own. We request a one-year time commitment and a minimum of 10-15 hours per month, or about 2 hours per week.

CASA's conduct an independent investigation, monitor situations at issue, and make observations and recommendations to the juvenile court through the Guardian ad Litem attorney. Volunteers meet with teachers, therapists, caseworkers, and other parties involved with the case. They attend court hearings, reviews, and staffings, and through the Guardian ad Litem attorney, advocate for what is in the best interest of the child.

"Help underprivileged teenage girls reach their full potential through horsemanship!

Whispering Canyons Foundation
1151 South 1000 West
Logan, Utah 84321

Whispering Canyons Foundation is a local nonprofit established to help make a difference in the lives of young women. They learn horsemanship skills and in turn this provides the participants an opportunity to develop personal and life skills that will benefit them as they grow.

The goal of Whispering Canyons Foundation is to teach teens not only how to ride horses but also to help them build strong moral principles and to reach their full potential. These learning opportunities are of special value to underprivileged girls who may have fewer opportunities to learn these attributes elsewhere.

Please call to arrange volunteer days and times that work for you,

Point of Contact
Merrill Gould

Cemetery Leaf Clean Up

Ongoing project until it snows!

Logan City Cemetery
1000 North 1200 East
Logan, Utah 84321

The Logan City Cemetery, 1000 North 1200 East, is seeking volunteers or volunteer groups to help with fall clean up. Clean up includes raking leaves and picking pine cones and pine needles. You or your group may come any time, just email Justin to let him know the date and time you will be coming. Garbage bags will be provided.

Point of Contact:
Justin Allen


Sunshine Terrace
248 West 300 North
Logan, Utah 84321

Looking for a service opportunity? Adopt a grandparent is a fun program established to allow community members a volunteer opportunity to mingle on a regular basis with the residents of the Sunshine Terrace community. Some of the benefits include but are not limited to: a great feeling of satisfaction knowing you are helping form a needed bond with someone from your community, excellent resume builder, added friendships and so much more!

·Must be able to visit your adopted grandparent between the hours of 8:00 am and 7:00 pm.
·Must visit a minimum of two hours monthly.
·Must be able to pass a background check.
·Fill out an interest survey and volunteer application.
Things to know:
·The Recreation Therapy staff does daily activities generally at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm mixed with Music Therapy at different times of the day (check calendar for scheduled times and events). You are welcome to attend any of these events with your grandparent!
·Meal times are as follows for the general wings (2, 3, 4, 6, and 7): Breakfast 7:00 am, Lunch 11:00 am, and Dinner 5:00 pm. You are welcome to purchase meal tickets at the receptionist desk if you would like to join them for a meal. However, please try to avoid meal times if you have a specific planned activity you would like to do with your grandparent. Meals generally last about an hour. Memory Lane (Wing 1) starts one half hour later at 7:30 am, 11:30 am, and 5:30 pm.
·Please be sure to consult with a nurse, an aid or the Recreation Therapy staff about dietary restrictions before bringing any food items to your adopted grandparent.
·Monthly calendars can be obtained at the receptionist desk or in the Recreation Therapy office.
·The Recreation Therapy staff will assign you an adopted grandparent when you fill out and bring in your registration form. Please allow time for a short introduction and training.
·If you would like your volunteer hours printed at any time, please contact the Recreation Therapy office.
Ideas of things to do with your grandparent: ·Read to or with them
·Sing, play musical instruments, listen to music together
·Memories interview: Come up with some questions that will get them thinking
·Games: i.e. uno, rook, checkers, chess,puzzles, etc.
·Watch a movie together
·Go for a walk
·Play a game on the Never-Too-Late computer
·Have a picnic together (please consult staff about dietary restrictions before bringing any food items)
·Plant flowers together
·Use your imagination and dream up something fun!
Note to remember:
Just have fun! Act as if this person is your own grandparent and we promise you will have a wonderful experience with them. Some of them may not be able to communicate verbally very well, but having you come and visit them will lift their spirits more than you can imagine. You will become great friends if you will put but a little effort in each month. They'll look forward to your visits and you'll look forward to seeing them too. We appreciate your interest in serving our residents and know you'll have a great impact on their lives.
Contact us for more information!
Sunshine Terrace Foundation: 435-752-0411
Recreation Therapy Office: 435-754-0239
Music Therapy Office: 435-754-0272
·Cory Funk: Recreation Therapy Director
·Chelsey Hansen: Volunteer Coordinator/Rec. Therapy Aide
·Skyler Saunders: Recreation Therapy Aide
·Nicole Godfrey: Recreation Therapy Aide
·Jennifer Birchell: Music Therapist

Craft Time with Adults with Disabilities

Cache Employment and Training Center
275 West 400 South
Logan, Utah 84321

Come enjoy time helping adults with disabilities while making crafts of all kinds. Will assist with painting, assembling,cutting and gluing, depending on what the craft is. Monday through Thursday 1 to 3 pm

Point of Contact:
Tawnya Ramsey

Model Work Behaviors

Deseret Industries
175 West 1400 North
Logan, Utah 84341

Individuals (minimum age 16) willing to work in either:
1) the production/warehouse; receiving, sorting and preparing donations for the sales floor, or
2) the sales floor; merchandising, providing customer service, recovering the sales floor.
Shifts are flexible beginning at 8:00 a.m.
Working with a wonderful variety of people (Deseret Industries' associates, Young Church Service Missionaries, donors and customers).

Specific Details:
Group Project
Wheelchair accessible

Point of Contact:
Jim Hill

Help with General Labor

Help with General Labor
Ongoing volunteer opportunities.
Whispering Canyons Foundation
1151 South 1000 West
Logan, Utah 84321

We need people who can assist with maintaining horse stalls, repairing fencing, painting, building arenas, roofing, electrical, and mechanical applications. Call for specific volunteer opportunities!

Point of Contact:
Merrill Gould

We need Crafters & Seamstresses!

Volunteer from home!
Whispering Canyons Foundation
1151 South 1000 West
Logan, Utah 84321

We need help making our sponsor plaques for those who donate to our Foundation. We need help making motivational signs out of wood to display around our facility.We also need seamstresses to make banners that the horses would wear and vests that the girls would wear in parades!

Point of Contact:
Merrill Gould

*Volunteer Opportunities are submitted by the community. The United Way is not responsible for their content.