Feed Utah Food Drive *CANCELLED*

The Feed Utah Food Drive, scheduled for March 21st, has been cancelled. The link below will bring you to a press release from the Boy Scouts of America.   The food collected during this annual drive is crucial to the ability of our pantry to provide nutrients and supplies to our community. Typically, the 70,000+ pounds of donations donated in March keep our doors open during the summer when the need is HIGH and the donations and volunteerism is LOW. Please keep us in mind Continue reading →

Housing and the Investment in our Community

$60,000. $60,000 in rental assistance will be invested into our community by way of the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) and paid directly to our local property owners between June 2019 and May 2020. Iron County Care and Share applies for and facilitates these funds for Iron County and serves over 100 households with the grant funds. The rental assistance funds are a portion of the grant received, and are strictly used for rental assistance ONLY.  The Housing and Community Development Division (HCDD) provides a lifeline Continue reading →

Request for Proposal

Request for Proposal Iron County Care and Share has opened the following requests: RFP 2020 Audit and Tax Preparation RFP 2020 Banking Services ANTICIPATED PROPOSAL SCHEDULE ICCS has identified anticipated key dates as follows: Issue Solicitation: – Monday, December 30, 2019 Proposal Due: – Wednesday, January 15, 2020 Interview of Selected Finalists: – As needed/TBD Recommendation to Board: – TBD

Care & Share Team Member – Dancing with the Community Stars

From our Star – Robbie Martin: I started ballroom dancing in 2000. I took lessons and competed through 2008 and in 2007 I also started teaching. I taught ages 5 through adult and my largest, longest running class was a class for teenagers. I taught them how to be kind, how to take responsibility for themselves, how to get along with people they didn’t like  (yes, you have to dance with her, no, you don’t have to like her at all to do so. Someday Continue reading →

Operation washer/dryer A SUCCESS

A BIG thank you to the private donors that made it possible to purchase new washer/dryer combinations for each wing of our emergency shelter. In addition, these additions give our commercial washer a break. Oh? We didn’t mention we also received a donation to replace our commercial washer/dryer set that helps maintain the health and safety of our clients in shelter. WE DID! (You should have seen the party we threw when they arrived!) As seen here, our model Neal is showing the latest in Continue reading →