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  • Utah Gives Back

    The Governor’s Office of Outdoor Recreation – Utah Outdoor Recreation Summit

    One of the unexpected consequences of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 was more people seeking escape outside. Nature became a refuge as we found new sources of entertainment, stress relief, and a place to move about safely. The Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation wants to ensure that Utahns can live a healthy and active lifestyle through […]
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    Macey’s BYU Tailgate Parties 2021

    Cougar fans - don't miss the 2021 Macey's Tailgate Parties with KSL NewsRadio!
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    Utah Afterschool Network

    Every child in Utah deserves access to high quality afterschool programs, so over 100 practitioners, youth advocates, and state agency leaders came together to establish the Utah Afterschool Network. This organization is a catalyst for building strong, safe, and healthy afterschool and out-of-school programs to support youth, families, and communities. Afterschool programs keep thousands of […]
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    Primary Children’s – Emotional Wellbeing

    Emotional health means having the ability to express feelings, adjust to emotional challenges, tolerate frustration, cope with life stressors, and enjoy life. Teens and tweens in Utah are struggling and want trusted, informed help. Intermountain Healthcare Primary Children’s Hospital says talking with them about social emotional health is the best way to start. Ask your […]
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    VIP Special Needs Sports League

    Regular physical activity is important to staying healthy. It is associated with better immune function, lower levels of anxiety, and perceived stress. Playing sports is a great way to stay active and people of all abilities should have access to participate. VIP Special Needs Sports League, in conjunction with Springville City, gives those with disabilities […]
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    Brain Body Boost (B3)

    Healthy kids make engaged students. Children who are active, eat well, and are less stressed are more likely to have improved concentration, are happier, and earn higher grades. But too many kids are not getting the exercise and nutrition they need while also struggling with their mental health. SelectHealth has created an online, school-based wellness […]
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    GK Folks Foundation/Afro Utah Festival

    In order to understand another culture, appreciate its heritage, and foster relationships we must learn and listen from that culture. GK Folks Foundation welcomes diverse traditions, beliefs, and perspectives by celebrating them. Their dream is to enable African Immigrants and Refugees to build lifelong skills in order to accomplish their American Dream by providing mental […]
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    Special Olympics Utah

    Sports have the power to transform lives. It’s often not the sport itself, but the benefits of connecting with others, challenging yourself, and improving your physical health. Special Olympics Utah aims to create a better world by fostering the acceptance and inclusion of those with intellectual disabilities through the power of sports. Their athletes find […]
  • Davis Education Foundation

    Did you know that almost 17,000 students do not know where their next meal will come from and that more than 1,200 children are experiencing homelessness in the Davis School District? Children cannot learn when they are hungry or do not have a safe place to shower, do laundry, study, or access resources. The Davis […]
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    Friends for Sight

    Since the pandemic began, kids and adults alike are spending more time looking at screens, especially as virtual school and meetings have been on the rise. A recent survey found that 44 percent of children are using electronic devises for over four hours per day, more than double the rate before the pandemic. Unfortunately, this […]