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Service Partners

Community Partners for Self Selected Service Projects

Manti Elementary School

David Ipson - 435.835.2271,

Ephraim Senior Citizen Center

Corolyn Tidwell - 435.528.6666

Service Learning Club

(Formerly known as Child Abuse Prevention Team) Kay Jensen - 435.835.8171, (note: prefers phone calls)

Heritage Hills Care Center

Joshua Newby - 208.852.8673,

Gunnison Elementary School

Arleen Jensen - 435.528.7880

Virtual Service for Self Selected Service Projects

League of Women Voters

The League of Women Voters invites you to get some exercise, show your commitment to voting rights, and learn about voting through the ages — virtually. Our third-annual family-friendly event is being done differently this year, and we’ve made plans for it to be equally as enjoyable. There are prizes, too! You can use our route or make up your own. Register here!
The League of Women Voters of Salt Lake is preparing for its 100th Anniversary in 2020. We have reserved Sat. Sept. 19 at Liberty Park for the event - Running for 100 Years. Our committee plans to meet once a month to get everything together. If you're interested in: public relations, community partnerships, fundraising, design, logistics - join us. Only the monthly meeting is required. You can work on your own until the run. 2020 will be our third year sponsoring a 5K Fun Run. Contact us with interest or questions at
Additionally, volunteers are also needed to help with google suite, and online postings if interested contact

The National MS Society
Help make phone calls...from the comfort and safety of your own home. These calls will be to help us recruit participants for our virtual walk events and encourage fundraising. We will provide talking points and a script. If you’re interested, please reach out to Sondra Stephens at

Utah State Archives
Have you ever wondered how records get indexed and pages get transcribed? The truth is, it is a big job and we could use your help! The Utah Division of Archives and Records Service is thrilled to announce that we have partnered with From The Page, an online program for transcribing documents and collaborating on transcriptions with others. You can transcribe anytime, anywhere! All you need is a computer with internet, the ability to read 19th and 20th century handwriting, and an interest in Utah history.
The first project we need help with is the John D. Lee Case Files, which are records of the trial concerning his involvement in the 1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre. Lee was convicted and executed in 1877. Click here to start transcribing:

Bristol Hospice
During COVID-19 : We need volunteers who’d be willing to write letters or make phone calls to our Hospice patients who have been cooped up and lonely during the Pandemic.
Once COVID-19 Restrictions Lift: Volunteers will have an opportunity to do face to face visits with our patients. Our patients reside in senior facilities or in their own homes. It is a companionship type experience. You could read to the patients, go for a walk, look at photo albums together, simple chit chat, etc. We work around your schedule and it’s only 1 hour a week!
To get you started and trained as a Bristol Volunteer, there is a little paperwork, a few screenings and some online training you can do from home! Please contact Volunteer Coordinator Holly Smith at

Natural History Museum of Utah
Field Note Transcription Project ( contributes directly to helping collections staff digitize historical field notes to make them readily available for researchers and the public online.
Voterise: Online voter registration campaign-- encourage people to register to vote

People Helping People
Are you looking for a rewarding volunteer experience? We assist women in empowering themselves through employment. Join our volunteer team to make a difference. Our current volunteer opportunities include making phone calls to potential clients and other administrative office assistance. The volunteer would have to be comfortable with making phone calls, professional communication, have access to a computer, internet and phone to make phone calls.
Connect with Sarah Anderson: