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March, 2019


It's Fun To Do Good and Northern Utah Autism Program (NUAP) knows it!

Northern Utah autism program Est. in 1998, the Northern Utah Autism Program (NUAP) is a pre-school program for children diagnosed with Autism or Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD).

NUAP serves 36 children between the ages of 3 - 5. The program is divided into three classrooms of twelve children each with one lead teacher, two additional teachers, and two aides. NUAP's staff also consists of a program manager, child psychiatrist, and others who play an important role in the program.

Give a shout out to NUAP or support their cause HERE.




It's Fun To Do Good and Youth Futures knows it!

Youth Futures opened Utah’s first homeless Residential Support Temporary Youth Shelter on February 20, 2015, with 14 temporary overnight shelter beds located in the heart of downtown Ogden.

Our shelter and drop-in services are available to all youth ages 12-17, and we will not exclude any youth who falls within these age ranges, regardless of circumstance.  Intensive case management helps youth reunite with family or become self-sufficient, contributing members of our community.

Weekly outreach efforts assist in building rapport with street youth, ensuring they receive food and other basic necessities and educating them about options to living in unsafe conditions. Youth are guided in a loving, supportive and productive way, encouraging their own personal path for a healthy future. 

Give a shout out to Youth Futures or support their cause HERE.