United Way of Cache Valley Community Partners
Through our community impact work, your continuing involvement with the United Way of Cache Valley will help create lasting change. Your expertise, energy and relationships are vital resources, since community impact is an effort that’s owned by the entire community. We promise to direct those resources to efforts that target the underlying causes of issues that affect our community – that will deliver measurable, long term results.
United Way of Cache Valley’s partner agencies are doing great work every day, and there will always be a need for basic needs, prevention and development programs. Working together with a broad range of community partners and others, we’re seeking results that no one can accomplish alone. These are our partner agencies:
UWCV COMMUNITY Partners -Local Non-Profits
Bridgerland Literacy offers free tutoring assistance in the areas of reading and writing to adult learners that are conversational in English. Volunteers are matched with a student for one-on-one tutoring in an open, safe, and confidential environment. Tutor training and teaching materials are provided at no cost. By improving literacy skills, individuals can function more efficiently and find more fulfillment in their lives.
Cache County Senior Citizens Center provides programs and activities that will enable residents of Cache County who are 60 years of age or older to live healthy and independent lives.
The philosophy of the Cache County Senior Citizens Center is based on these premises: that aging is a normal development process; that human beings need peers with whom they can interact and who are available as a source of encouragement and support.
As an integral part of the aging network, the Cache County Senior Citizens Center serves community needs, assists other agencies in serving older adults, and provides opportunities for older adults to develop their potential as individuals within the context of the entire community.
There are many signs that someone could be involved an abusive relationship, but a sure way to recognize red flags is if what a person is doing seeks to gain or maintain power and control over the other person. Although not exhaustive, this power and control wheel (pictured here) can help you determine whether what a person is doing is ultimately rooted in gaining and maintaining power and control.
Cache Employment and Training Center
Disability services in Utah include: day supports, supported employment, a seniors program, youth summer programs, therapies and behavior supports, home supports, and Transportation.
Community Nursing Services provides compassionate Home Health and Hospice care to patients and families who have experienced illness or injury; all in the comfort of their own home. CNS takes a more hands on approach by providing each and every patient with their own personalized plan-of-care. Our highly skilled team is comprised of nurses, social workers, chaplains, medical director and aides who truly care for our patients on a deeper level. We continue to provide the best Home Health and Hospice services in Utah by simply listening to our patients and their family’s needs.
OPTIONS for Independence (OPTIONS) is a nonresidential Independent Living Center where people with disabilities can learn skills to gain more control and independence over their lives.
The mission of OPTIONS for Independence is to provide services to individuals with disabilities to facilitate their full participation in the community and raise the understanding of disability issues and access to the community.
For more than 70 years, Sunshine Terrace Foundation has set the standard in senior healthcare for Cache Valley. A non-profit senior care community, we provide a continuum of care, including short-term rehabilitation, long-term skilled nursing care, memory care, assisted living, outpatient therapy services, home health, hospice and private duty care.
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Days of Caring-Service
Happens generally.1 or 2nd Week in September
Care for a young child?
Bright by Text is for anyone who cares for and loves a child, prenatally through age 8: parents, parents-to-be, grandparents, babysitters, aunties, uncles, neighbors, friends, teachers, and more.
UWCV Days of Caring-Service
United Way of Cache Valley and JustServe.org will host its Annual Days of Caring-Service on Saturday September 10, Friday September 23, and Saturday September 24, 2022
Celebrate the power of volunteerism and make a big impact together as a community!
Logan Utah – United Way of Cache Valley and JustServe.org will host its Annual Days of Caring-Service on Saturday September 10, Friday September 23, and Saturday September 24, 2022. The Annual Days of Caring-Service will service non-profits and community organizations projects all over Cache Valley through the spirit of volunteerism. Non-profits and community organizations projects will take place throughout Cache Valley. Morning or afternoon projects available.
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Just Serve of Cache Valley is building Unity through Community Service by Partnering Up with Local United Way and Other Businesses Such as: United Hearts to Home
The United Hearts to Home- a grassroots group of businesses, service groups, and volunteers-completed their Thanksgiving Day 2021 meal delivery to over 1,000 homebound families and individuals across Cache Valley Utah..
Just Serve of Cache Valley played a huge role in this effort by providing over 325 volunteers over the 4 day span of service to make this meal delivery a success.
“The number of volunteers who showed up every day helped the process become smoother and faster than we anticipated. This is the start of something bigger. The response from the community, businesses, and volunteers from Just Serve was incredible.” Jimmy Birman Executive Director of the United Way of Cache Valley said.
The volunteers who found this project on Just Serve.org, came from as far away as Salt Lake City and Ogden to help.
“This is why Cache Valley is so special,” Birman said. “Everyone cares about each other.”