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 →
From our friends at HelpMeGrowUtah.org: As your children grow, their bodies and nutritional needs change! The rates their bodies are growing change, and this correlates to their hunger and nutritional needs. After about two years old, a slowing down in the rate of physical growth comes with a reduced appetite. Each child is different and needs different amounts of nutrients to keep them healthy. How much they need to eat also depends on their level of physical activity and their metabolic rate. Visit their blog Continue reading →
Iron County Care and Share supports the idea of ‘housing first’ as adopted by the state of Utah. We have experienced the success of our clients that were provided safe shelter, rental assistance, supportive case management, and increased self-sustainability. Take a moment to listen to Lee Larson’s story. Lee is our Housing and Homeless Prevention case manager and with just 4 months rental assistance, Lee’s client was able to lift herself out of crisis and danger and achieve great strides toward sufficiency. This rental assistance Continue reading →
We had a group of very special volunteers pass through this morning. Sea2Sea2017 is a team riding to raise awareness of undeserved children in Mongolia, China, & Pakistan focusing on letting people across the US know about the children and the organizations serving them, specifically Alpha Communities and Shining Light-International. The fully supported bicycle ride began in San Francisco, CA on May 18 and will end in Yorktown, VA on July 20, 2017. Today, a day of rest for the riders, they gave their time and Continue reading →
Kelly Gibbs Being here is by far more rewarding than I imagined – it’s hard work. Kelly volunteers on his lunch hour five days per week.