Ways You Can Help Family Support & Treatment Center
1. Make a Cash Donation
The easiest and most effective way to give is online. We also accept donations in person, by mail or by phone. Please consider the Monthly gift option.
2. Become a Corporate Donor
See if your company will match your donation or make a separate corporate gift to the Family Support & Treatment Center.
3. Sponsor a Program or Event
Serve as a sponsor of a program or special event.
4. Donate “In-Kind” Materials or Services
Donations of services or materials that we normally would have to purchase are especially appreciated. Please use our current “DONATION WISH LIST” and double-check with us about specific needs.
5. Include Family Support in Your Will
A bequest to Family Support & Treatment Center is as simple as an amendment (codicil) to your will stating, “I give the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate (or dollar amount) to Utah Valley Family Support Center, Inc.” Other Planned Giving options are also available.
6. Participate in a Fundraiser Event
7. Hold a “Third-Party” Fundraiser
Start your own fundraiser and donate the proceeds to Family Support & Treatment Center. Some schools and families have put on a race, a benefit concert or neighborhood yard sale.
8. Search the Web/Shop Online and Support our Charity
Shop online at smile.amazon.com and a set your charity as Utah Valley Family Support Center Inc and portion of the proceeds will benefit our agency. Search at www.GoodSearch.com and set your cause as Family Support and Treatment Center.
9. United Way or Workplace Giving Campaign
Start a charitable giving payroll deduction plan at work like a United Way campaign which benefits many charities, including the Family Support & Treatment Center. Or you can designate to our agency directly and the United Way of Utah County will pass on 100 % of that donation to us. Contact United Way of Utah County to set up an employee giving campaign today.
10. Volunteer/Scout Projects
For any questions about how you can give to Family Support & Treatment Center, please contact Scott Snow, Executive Director. We need your help and appreciate anything you can do to help us continue to strengthen individuals and families by preventing harm, providing hope and healing relationships.