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Published October 21, 2010

United Way Focus

United Way of Eastern Utah 2010-2011


We are really looking forward to an exciting time in the newest phase of United Way of Eastern Utah's history. We kicked off our annual giving campaign with a ribbon cutting on the Oct. 6. It was a great opportunity for United Way to share with...

Community Nursing Services


Community Nursing Services, CNS, is honored to be a partner with United Way of Eastern Utah. United Way has worked hand in hand by providing unwavering support to many throughout our community. ...

Make a difference day


Making a difference in someone's life can be as easy as picking up the phone and calling to say hello. I am Patsy Hough, Program Manager for CARE-A-VAN. I speak to individuals everyday in helping them secure transportation to medical appointment...

Running, walking and rolling 5K for a worthy cause with Active Re-Entry


On Saturday Sept. 25 many runners, walkers and wheelchair and scooter users got up early to participate in the annual 5K Run Walk and Roll to raise money for the purchase and repair of assistive technology for persons with disabilities. After the...

Matched savings program helps low-income families achieve financial success


Salt Lake City, UT -- Every day in Utah, low and moderate income families are reaching their goals of self-sufficiency by participating in AAA Fair Credit Foundation's Utah Individual Development Account Network (UIDAN). The program is a multi-fa...

Physician in training at Castleview


Castleview Hospital is proud to be a small rural hospital offering many of the same opportunities and services that are often only available at much larger metropolitan hospitals. ...

Active Re-Entry


Active Re-Entry assists individuals of all ages and disabilities to live more independently within their own home and community.

Care-A-Van helps those in need


My name is Betty and I am 87 years old. As we age, our bone density changes. I spent a month in the care center because I feel and broke my hip. My husband is even younger than myself, and has his own health problems. ...

Rocky Mountain Care


Rocky Mountain Care, as members of our communities, are committed to deliver compassionate health care services to all those entrusted in our care.

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