Our greatest humanistic endeavors prevail and endure only through collaboration. Dry Creek Charity relies on the hard work, dedication and contribution of a remarkable network of volunteers and friends.
Dry Creek Charity recognizes that giving time through volunteer work is as valuable as any other form of charitable work. Our team strives to donate time whenever possible to worthy causes in Utah. If you’re ready to give your time, we are eager to connect you with opportunities to serve. Please fill out the form below to get in touch about volunteering with any of our projects, or designing one of your own.
Current volunteer opportunities include:
grASP (grassroots After School Projects)
Volunteer to mentor elementary school kids during Dry Creek’s after school projects in both Granite and Salt Lake School Districts. These projects focus on activities that allow kids to build relationships, learn new skills and have fun. Typically, projects are held during weekdays from 3:00–4:30. You can select time slots, days and schools that work with your schedule. Visit cep4kids.org and contact Margaret Peterson or email Brian Rasmussen at email@example.com for more information.
Mount Olympus Refugee Garden
Led by Holladay resident Paul Fetzer, the Mt. Olympus Garden has over 40 large grow boxes that grow vegetables for resettled refugees. There are always opportunities for individuals, families, or other community service groups to help out in the garden, the chicken coop or the beehive. Contact Paul Fetzer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brian at email@example.com to find at how you can help.
Break-Thru offers several volunteer opportunities to help coach, mentor or tutor our players. No soccer experience is required. Some players are refugees who come from other countries and are still learning English. A great volunteer opportunity is serving as a team booster. What is a team booster? It is a unique opportunity to play a positive role in a youngster’s life. YOU can make a difference! As a team booster you can do the following as your time allows:
· Reach out and embrace kids who need you most
· Encourage healthy nutrition and positive attitude/dedication to school
· Provide transportation to two or three events per season
· Enjoy the excitement of your team’s matches
Contact Brian Rasmussen at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more
Eagle Scout Projects
Dry Creek welcomes the opportunity to work with prospective Eagle Scouts on projects that serve our community. Some examples of Eagle Scout projects include organizing a refugee soccer tournament, painting a chicken coop for a community garden and building planter boxes.