Help us win $3,500 for homeless teens

Iron County Care and Share needs your help to win a $3,500 grant from Missionbox. The dollars will go toward our new after school project for homeless teens in Iron County. Currently, we have over 400 homeless teens in our town and they need our help. We will offer basic needs, showers, laundry, and meals between 3:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. in our secure shelter facilities. How can you help? Visit our Missionbox profile – Click Here Click the Recommend button and give us a Continue reading →

Employee Anniversary: Allen Bloodworth (2008)

Allen has been with the Iron County Care and Share since May 29, 2008. As the Shelter Coordinator, he oversees the shelter monitors, the shelter kitchen and pantry and coordinates all the meals in shelter. He has a multitude of skills and can fix and/or install nearly anything that breaks. In addition to his wit, Allen has an incredible heart and willingness to assist wherever needed. He has a true passion and dedication for serving our clients and goes above and beyond on a daily basis. Continue reading →

April 2017 Pantry and Shelter by the Numbers

Received 45,317 into our warehouse Distributed 37,183 lbs of food Served 2,121 people in 125 households through our pantry Welcomed 49 NEW clients Shared 374 sack lunches Utilized 663 hours of volunteer power Supported 373 nights of Emergency Shelter, including 65 nights for children under 18 Served 1,181 nutritious meals to those in shelter #Fight Hunger #EndHomelessness #CedarCity

10 in 60: Lee Larson, Case Manager (Housing)

The employees and volunteers of Iron County Care and Share are vital to our success and make it possible to serve our community. We like to brag about our great team members and offer you a unique way to learn a bit about each: 10 in 60. We asked each team member to answer 10 fun questions in 60 seconds and we will share each with you. Lee Larson, Shelter Case Manager (Housing) What three words describe you?  Curious, Willing, Loyal What is one thing you Continue reading →