Neil Simon Charity Preview Benefit

Thanks to our friends at the Neil Simon Festival, we have tickets available for the incredible Charity Preview Benefit. If you’re not familiar, this evening is packed with hilarity, talent, and a chance to get a preview of the season ahead. It’s a perfect date night at the Heritage Center Theater in Cedar City. This season includes Broadway Bound, The Dinner Party, Noises Off!, and Under Construction – the Blue Collar Musical. THE BEST PART? 100% of your purchase supports our mission of fighting hunger Continue reading →

ICCS Receives a Pay-It-Forward Donation from Past Client

In October of 2016, a young couple and their newborn baby found themselves struggling to cover all of their living expenses. Living modestly within their means, the family was tossed off course by an unforeseen work layoff. They were not sure how they would get past the challenges at hand. As Mom surfed the Internet for jobs and ideas, she saw mention of Iron County Care and Share on Facebook. A community member mentioned their own struggles finding affordable housing, and the inability to make Continue reading →

SUU s Department of Theatre Arts and Dance To Host Fourth Annual Festival of Trees December 1st 3rd

Join in a community celebration of giving with SUU’s Department of Theatre Arts and Dance as they share a holiday Festival of Trees. This event runs December 1-3, 2016 in the lobby of the Randall L. Jones Theatre. Thank you to our friends at SUU Theatre Arts and Dance for this generous event. #CedarCity #GiveBack Read more: KCSG Television – SUU s Department of Theatre Arts and Dance To Host Fourth Annual Festival of Trees December 1st 3rd

Iron County Care and Share Receives Generous Donation

The following was taken from the Valley Wide Cooperative website: Cedar City, Utah – Valley Wide Cooperative and Valley Agronomics LLC, with matching funds from Land O’Lakes, donated $2,000 to the Iron County Care and Share. The money will be used to repair the washing machine and walk in freezer which are both in need of several repairs. The Iron County Care and Share on average serves 762 people a month, but this year distributed 10,000 food boxes to a higher rate of 800 individuals. Continue reading →