Events for Charity and Outreach

Alta Summer Volunteer Day

Join us for the first of our Alta Summer Volunteer Days on July 16th from 4-6PM. We will be doing restoration work on the mountain, trail work, weed pull, and willow harvesting and planting. Bring the family and friends, but no dogs please. Alta Ski Area and Little Cottonwood Canyon are located within a protected watershed area. After the volunteer day, feel free to bring your own musical instrument and join us in Alta Town Park from 6-8PM for food and music.

Registration coming soon. For more information, check out our website or look at the event listing on Facebook: Website: treeutah.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/371869266777008/



3rd Annual SLC Tacofest 2019

Tacofest is a culinary food festival used to bridge cultural gaps with the culinary masterpiece known as the taco! Join us for a day filled with live music, family friendly entertainment and Utah's own taco vendors as they compete for Best Taco Awards in five categories! With the support of the community and everyone involved, Tacofest has raised $11,500 for Meals On Wheels-Utah our first two years! To continue the spirit of giving, we are proud to announce that we will be raising money for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake for 2019 and hope you will join our effort in making this year unforgettable!

Entry for adults: $7 (includes one raffle ticket for a chance to win giveaways) Kids 12 and under are Free. 2019 Food Vendors: TBA Musical Performances: Cassius Play DJ Azuquita Many More To Be Announced

All E-tickets will be scanned in a separate line that may be faster day of event. Chat with us: https://m.me/slctacofest www.slctacofest.com impact@slctacofest.com Connect With Us On Social Media http://bit.ly/Tacofest_Youtube http://bit.ly/Tacofest_Facebook http://bit.ly/Tacofest_Instagram www.twitter.com/slctacofest http://bit.ly/Tacofest_Linkedin



Camp GLOSS - Nonprofit Girls Summer Camp

August 5th - 9th Summer Day Camp - Girls ages 11-13 Camp GLOSS is a nonprofit girls summer day camp. We mix the traditional fun of summer camp with our five pillars (Grit, Leadership, Opportunity, Service, Self) to create a unique camp experience. Girls will discover their strengths and weaknesses, practice communication skills and self-care, experience community involvement and mindfulness while spending time in the outdoors. They will leave feeling connected and empowered with new friendships and memories.

www.campgloss.org Email: campgloss@gmail.com Instagram: @campgloss Facebook: @campGLOSS Camp Phone: 801-879-6107



Camp GLOSS - Nonprofit Girls Summer Camp

August 5th - 9th Summer Day Camp - Girls ages 11-13 Camp GLOSS is a nonprofit girls summer day camp. We mix the traditional fun of summer camp with our five pillars (Grit, Leadership, Opportunity, Service, Self) to create a unique camp experience. Girls will discover their strengths and weaknesses, practice communication skills and self-care, experience community involvement and mindfulness while spending time in the outdoors. They will leave feeling connected and empowered with new friendships and memories.

www.campgloss.org Email: campgloss@gmail.com Instagram: @campgloss Facebook: @campGLOSS Camp Phone: 801-879-6107



Camp GLOSS - Nonprofit Girls Summer Camp

August 5th - 9th Summer Day Camp - Girls ages 11-13 Camp GLOSS is a nonprofit girls summer day camp. We mix the traditional fun of summer camp with our five pillars (Grit, Leadership, Opportunity, Service, Self) to create a unique camp experience. Girls will discover their strengths and weaknesses, practice communication skills and self-care, experience community involvement and mindfulness while spending time in the outdoors. They will leave feeling connected and empowered with new friendships and memories.

www.campgloss.org Email: campgloss@gmail.com Instagram: @campgloss Facebook: @campGLOSS Camp Phone: 801-879-6107



Entrenamiento De Asesoria Contra El Abuso Sexual

Estamos entusiasmados de anunciar que la Coalición de Utah Contra el Asalto Sexual, UNP Hartland Partnership Center y Centro de Recuperación de Abuso Sexual se han asociado este verano para ofrecer el primer entrenamiento de asesoría totalmente conducido en español en el estado de Utah. La violencia sexual afecta a todas las comunidades. También sabemos que la comunidad latino/a experimenta violencia a tasas desproporcionadamente altas, tienen menos probabilidades de buscar servicios y son menos probables de reportar sus asaltos. Según el estudio de No Más (2015) 49% de Latina/o’s menores conocen a una víctima de violencia doméstica. Veinticinco por ciento de los latinos/as menores de 30 años y 27% menores de 25 años conocen a una víctima de agresión sexual. Esta capacitación nos ayudará a servir mejor a la comunidad latino/a y lanzar una línea de crisis en español en el año 2020. Cada participante aprenderá habilidades de asesoría, prevención y empoderamiento hacia el objetivo de poner fin a la violencia sexual en nuestro estado. Nuestras agencias han trabajado arduamente durante el último año para construir un currículo que abarque los matices de este problema. La capacitación incluye temas como violencia sexual infantil, trauma, intervención en crisis, prevención y mucho más.

Para obtener más información, visite nuestra página de registro aquí https://www.raperecoverycenter.org/entrenamiento

We are excited to announce that the Utah Coalition Against Sexual Assault, UNP Hartland Partnership Center and the Rape Recovery Center have partnered to hold the first fully Spanish language Advocacy Training in the State of Utah, to take place this summer. Sexual violence affects all communities. We also know that the Latino/a community experiences violence at disproportionately high rates, are less likely to seek services and less likely report their assaults. According to No Mas Study (2015) 49% of Latina/o’s under 30 years old and 44% under 25 years old know a victim of domestic violence. 25% of Latino/a’s under 30 years old and 27% under 25 years old know a victim of sexual assault. This training will help us better serve the Latino/a community and launch a Spanish crisis line in 2020. Each participant will learn advocacy, prevention and empowerment skills towards the goal of ending sexual violence in our state. Our agencies have worked hard over the last year to build a curriculum that encompasses the nuances of this issue. The training includes topics such as childhood sexual violence, trauma, crisis intervention, prevention and much more.

For more information about the training, visit our registration page https://www.raperecoverycenter.org/entrenamiento



Hispanic Heritage Parade & Street Festival

Take Care Utah invites you to Utah’s fourth annual Hispanic Heritage Parade and Street Festival. This event celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month at The Gateway. This free event will feature an exciting community parade that kicks off at 11:00 a.m. There will also be food vendors (empanadas, tacos, pupusas, Cuban sandwiches, arepas, and more), adult beverages, local artisans, dance performances, live music, a car show, and other family friendly entertainment! As part of the parade, we will feature the March of Countries.

Find the latest updates and information on our Facebook event page: ttps://www.facebook.com/events/671924523223248/

To register to participate for free in the parade or as a vendor, visit https://takecareutah.org/parade.

For sponsorship inquiries, email Randal Serr at randal@healthpolicyproject.org.

Take Care Utah organizes this event. Take Care Utah is a network of nonprofit organizations focused on helping people with health insurance. It consists of about 60 navigators and enrollment specialists all across Utah. All services are provided free of charge.