Iron County Care and Share Recognizes Outstanding Board Members

The Iron County Care and Share (ICCS) recognized the service of two members of the board of directors for their years of outstanding service to the organization. Cherri Delgado (2014-16) and Sr. Yvonne Hatt (1998-2016) were celebrated during the monthly meeting of the Board of Directors and presented with plaques showcasing their years of service. Iron County Care and Share is led by a working board of community members that bring passion, intellect, insight, experience and resources to the organization. “Cherri and Sister Yvonne are perfect Continue reading →

ICCS Welcomes Donation from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation

Iron County Care and Share Welcomes Donation from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation $3,000 was received to build and maintain programs for the homeless population. CEDAR CITY, Utah, May 23, 2016 (Iron County Care and Share) –The Iron County Care and Share (ICCS) received a donation of $3,000 from Rocky Mountain Power Foundation. The donation will be used to coordinate and facilitate weekly life skill classes for the residence living within the emergency shelter. In conjunction with ICCS’s successful case management programs, ICCS will offer Continue reading →

Food Drive Successes

May 2016 – Stamp Out Hunger Local postal carriers collected and delivered over 5000 pounds of food from residents in Cedar City. Thank you for your donations and a BIG THANKS to our amazing carriers for the extra work!     March 2016 – Scouting for Food Do you know about Scouting for Food?  It’s been a project of the BSA for decades.  Scouts go out on one weekend, place hangers on the doors of their neighbors, and come back later to pick up the Continue reading →

Peanut Butter Benefits

Iron County Care and Share encourages the donation of peanut butter. Do you know why? If you spend five dollars and buy five cans of soup, your donation feeds one person, one time per day, for five days. Now, spend the same five dollars on peanut butter and bread, and your donation feeds two or three people once a day for five days. Not only are you providing more meals, but you are also providing more protein. The average serving (1 cup) of tomato soup Continue reading →

ICCS Welcomes New Executive Director

The Iron County Care and Share has announced the hiring of Peggy Green as its new executive director. Green joins the Care and Share after working for the past nine years at the Southwest Applied Technology College, where she was Marketing and Recruiting Director. She has worked for 30 years in human resources, marketing, advertising, recruiting and has teaching experience in private business and higher education. Green replaces April Hill, who accepted a new position with Hurricane City. Green is a native Californian that relocated Continue reading →