HRC Climate Services Gives Back!
Read More about the Organizations Involved Below
HRC Climate Services takes pride in giving back to our community. This Holiday Season we will be allowing our community to vote for the charity they would like to see a donation given to.
Help us focus our contributions as best we can by nominating, voting and sharing today! Please call 801-373-9440 for more information.
Below you will find the different organizations we've partnered up with in order to make this giveaway happen. You will then be allowed to vote below to choose the Charity you believe should receive our donation this holiday season.
Food & Care Coalition
The mission of the Food & Care Coalition is to alleviate hunger and diminish the plights of poverty for those who enter our doors. Our primary objectives include finding suitable housing, teaching financial accountability, facilitating an elevation in personal morals and values, and helping each patron achieve their full potential.
We believe in the inherent worth of people and embrace the philosophy that trusting relationships between patron, staff, and volunteer are vital in realizing this end. In order to succeed, charity and compassion from the community must be met by accountability and a personal desire to learn and grow by those served. The Food & Care Coalition by design, offers daily opportunities for the community to support, influence and participate both in the policy making and operation of agency programs to meet these objectives.
This approach creates an environment where homeless men, women, and children can restore their self-esteem, retain their human dignity, and regain the power and abilities necessary to become self-sufficient and productive members of our community.
Tabitha's Way Local Food Pantry
Funds raised for our food pantry have significant impact in that every dollar provides 5 nutritious meals to our neighbors in need. People from all walks of life have come to our pantry; most are our hard working neighbors who have fallen on tough times and just need temporary help.
Many are dealing with everyday life struggles such as cancer, illness, divorce, abandonment, temporary job loss or a car breaking down. Our average client visits our pantry 6 times (approximately 3 months). Last year we were blessed to serve 83,478 individuals, of which Children represented 50% of the population served. The 3.8 million nutritious meals were provided with the help of many helping hands and has been a true community effort. Until there are no more though times and as our community continues to grow, so will the need for a food pantry within our community.
South Utah Valley Animal Shelter
The South Utah Valley Animal Shelter serves all of southern Utah County from Provo to Santaquin. Our goal is to provide lost, abused and unwanted animals with compassionate and proper care; make reasonable efforts to reunite lost pets with their families; find good adoptive homes for unclaimed/released animals; and to increase public awareness of the importance of pet identification through licensing, microchipping and ID tags as they have no voice of their own. Our animal intake is just over 4000 animals annually. We work diligently to get these animals back home to families, adopted or out to rescues. We get orphaned kittens in that need formula and a small fluffy toy animal to snuggle with. We vaccinate all incoming animals to try to prevent disease in the shelter environment. We get animals in with injuries that need vet care, and sometimes we get animals in with catastrophic injuries that can’t be saved. This can be heartbreaking work, but we do it because we love animals. Click here to visit their website!