Events for Fundraising

Love Utah Give Utah

24 hour giving event hosted by the Community Foundation of Utah. Point. Click. Donate. Awesome. Support the history, arts and environment of Alta: https://loveutgiveut.razoo.com/story/Givetoalta


Alta Gala

The Alta Gala is an annual collaborative fundraiser for Alta Community Enrichment (ACE), Friends of Alta and Alta Historical Society. The goal is to raise awareness of the arts, environment and history of Alta. Food, drinks, dancing, photos and a silent auction with mobile bidding will be the highlight of the Gala. Your Alta Gala ticket includes one Alta Ski Area day ticket - good until December 15, 2017. https://altagala2017.afrogs.org/#/index


Alta Gala

The Alta Gala is an annual collaborative fundraiser for Alta Community Enrichment (ACE), Friends of Alta and Alta Historical Society. The goal is to raise awareness of the arts, environment and history of Alta. Food, drinks, dancing, photos and a silent auction with mobile bidding will be the highlight of the Gala. Your Alta Gala ticket includes one Alta Ski Area day ticket - good until December 15, 2017. https://altagala2017.afrogs.org/#/index


Casino Night at Club Marmalade Speakeasy

Enjoy an evening out to support Salt Lake Acting Company, at Club Marmalade Speakeasy! Don your best 1920's attire and join us for drinks, food, casino games, and live entertainment! 10% of all tickets sales will be donated to ACLU of Utah. When: April 8th, 2017 @ 7:30PM Where: Salt Lake Acting Company | 168 w. 500 n. SLC, UT 84103 Tickets: $100 - (tax deductible) Featuring Drag Queen Bingo with the Matrons of Mayhem! 1920’s attire celebrated and encouraged! Prize for best dressed awarded by celebrity judges: Kate Kelly Executive Director: Gender & Intersectional Rights Law Center Christopher Ruud Principal Dancer: Ballet West Anna Thomas Strategic Communications Manager: ACLU of Utah For more information contact the box office at: 801-363-7522 info@saltlakeactingcompany.org


The History of Broadcast News in Utah:Friends of the Library Spring Banquet

The History of Broadcast News in Utah:Friends of the Library Spring Banquet will be held on the 12th. Contact Judy Jarrow for tickets by April 5. 801-581-3421 or judy.jarrow@utah.edu.

Doug Wright of KSL Radio and Television, a broadcast veteran of nearly 50 years, will share a historic review of Utah radio, with anecdotes and insights along with historic photos, sound clips, and stories about the evolution of radio in Utah and the West. He will relate stories from his own personal experiences of interviewing many well-known celebrities, authors, politicians, and give insights into some of his most memorable broadcasting opportunities.

With a professional background distinguished by public service and community involvement, Doug Wright has long been recognized as a rational, dependable voice on a myriad of local and national topics. Most of his over 40 years in the broadcast industry have been spent at KSL Radio in Salt Lake City where listeners depend on his knowledge of worldwide political and current events to keep them informed. Each Friday morning Doug hosts the ever-popular KSL Movie Show, featuring movie reviews and entertainment topics.

Doug is a Utah native, proud of pioneer roots that go back to the 1840. Raised in the Sugarhouse area, Doug began his broadcast career while still in high school.   An avid reader, his natural curiosity and love of history propelled him toward his favorite hobbies of collecting books, coins, and historical memorabilia. Married for over 30 years to his wife D., they are the parents of three children. Doug is a huge REAL Salt Lake soccer fan and cheers for the University of Utah!        


The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah's 7th we will be hosting our 7th Annual Wildlife Baby Shower/Open House Fundraiser

We will be hosting our 7th Annual Wildlife Baby Shower/Open House Fundraiser April 28-30th, 2017. There will be activities for all ages, including silent auction items, games, crafts, and much more. We will have our animal ambassadors on display with our team of knowledgeable handlers. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah is the only wildlife rehabilitation center in northern Utah and the largest center of its kind in the state. We provide people throughout northern Utah with a place to bring wildlife in need of aid. Our goal is to rehabilitate and release wildlife back into its natural habitat. We receive no state or federal funding.


MIllcreek Boutique Sale

Boutique Sale sponsored by Millcreek Senior Center Advisory Committee. Over 35 vendors with a variety of goods and crafts. Saturday, April 29th from 9 to 4. Evergreen Café will be open for a light lunch. The Advisory Committee has raised funds from various projects and used them to pay for lunch time entertainment, meals for volunteers, playing cards and game sets.


Crossroads Urban Center Beer, Blues, & Brats Benefit Party

Join Crossroads Urban Center for the 7th annual Beer, Blues and Brats Benefit Party. Beer provided by Epic Brewing Company. Feast on handmade brats by locally-owned Beltex Meats, baked beans, salad, coleslaw, and delectable desserts. Groove to the sound of the JT Draper Band. Bid and WIN Silent auction gifts from our numerous local supporters! All proceeds go to Crossroads Urban Center, a grassroots 501 (c)(3) organization that has been serving low-income Utahns for 50 years! Tickets: $45 in advance, $50 at the door; $250 for a table of 6. Available at www.crossroadsurbancenter.org/event-tickets or by calling (801) 365-7765 x 107.


Crossroads Urban Center Beer, Blues, & Brats Benefit Party

Join Crossroads Urban Center for the 7th annual Beer, Blues and Brats Benefit Party. Beer provided by Epic Brewing Company. Feast on handmade brats by locally-owned Beltex Meats, baked beans, salad, coleslaw, and delectable desserts. Groove to the sound of the JT Draper Band. Bid and WIN Silent auction gifts from our numerous local supporters! All proceeds go to Crossroads Urban Center, a grassroots 501 (c)(3) organization that has been serving low-income Utahns for 50 years! Tickets: $45 in advance, $50 at the door; $250 for a table of 6. Available at www.crossroadsurbancenter.org/event-tickets or by calling (801) 365-7765 x 107.


Annual Spring Plant Sale

-Garden Member Day – Friday, May 12 from 1-8PM -General Public Day – Saturday, May 13 from 9AM-3PM -In the Red Butte Garden Amphitheatre -Free admission to the Plant Sale -Huge variety of vegetables and herbs Over 60 varieties of heirlooms: tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, squash & more -Colorful flowering annuals and hardy perennials -Huge selection of roses, own-root roses, ornamental grasses, groundcover, native and water-wise plants -An assortment of conifers, trees, vines, and shrubs, including edible fruits -Expert staff and handy carts -This is our largest fundraiser of the year! Proceeds go toward Garden maintenance & education programs