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United Way of Salt Lake has many ways for you to get involved in our community. RSVP for one of our events and come learn more about our work!

Upcoming Events

Season of Service

November 3, 8:00 am - December 13, 5:00 pm

Whether having adventures with Frosty the Snowman or walking through a winter wonderland, Utah kids need warm clothes to make the most of this holiday season. During this year's Season of Service, help families and students in our community by adopting one of our festive projects, purchasing an item from an Amazon Wish List, or donating to our general fund.

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Legislative Preview

January 11, 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Join us to Learn About This Year's Legislative Session!

Hear from legislative leaders about top issues that will be debated during the 2022 session. Learn how the education, health, and financial stability of our families, neighborhoods, and communities will be advanced.

Begin this year’s virtual event with remarks from Governor Spencer Cox and a preview of United Ways of Utah’s 2022 priorities. Then attend one of the panel discussions featuring legislators, topic experts, and community members.


Read Across America Day

March 2, 12:00 am - 5:30 pm

Calling all Wild Things, Rainbow Fish, and Hungry Caterpillars. Read Across America Day 2022 will be hosted by the United Way of Salt Lake Young Leaders.

The Young Leaders are spearheading a fundraising effort to provide books and literacy support to students across the Wasatch Front. Join them by creating a fundraiser or donating to Read Across America Day.

Volunteer opportunities will be up soon.

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Signature Events

As part of our work to fix complex social issues and help every member of our community succeed, we partner with organizations, businesses, schools, governments, and individuals. Our signature events raise awareness, provide volunteer opportunities, celebrate victories, support students, and create spaces for conversation so we can continue to create a more equitable world for all.