Events for Rallies and Resources

HEAL Utah's Summer Street Party


Join HEAL Utah on Friday, July 19th for our Summer Street Party. We’ll be celebrating our dedicated volunteers while enjoying local food and delicious drinks, plus you'll have an opportunity to win some sweet swag. Never volunteered with us before? That’s okay! This party is for everyone - even your friends who haven’t heard of HEAL Utah before, so be sure to bring them! We’ll also be providing updates throughout the evening on our clean air, energy and climate, and radioactive waste work and giving you some opportunities to make a difference right there on the spot. The party runs from 5:30 - 9 PM. You may come and go anytime between then, but our brief program where we recognize some of our dedicated volunteers for their service, give a few campaign updates, and have a drawing for some gear will be from 7:30 - 8:00 PM. This event is free and is open to all ages.

Tour and Talk: Interim 101

Want to make a difference on the issues before the next election or legislative session? Interim is the place – and Action Utah is here to help! This month’s Interim Session Tour & Talk will focus on Interim Session basics to get you ready to make an impact all year, including:

  • What is Interim Session and how does it work?
  • What’s happening at Interim this month?
  • How can community members participate?

Plus, get advocacy tips for making a difference and a tour of the Capitol Campus – the “People’s House”.

This event is free and open to the public. So bring a bag lunch and join us! But space is limited, so please be sure to register:

Advocacy Bootcamp: How to Turn Your Passion Into Action

This 5-part Advocacy Bootcamp will demystify the political and elections systems and teach Utahns from both sides of the aisle how to embrace advocacy in order to confidently and meaningfully engage the politics that impact their lives and truly be a part of representative government. This workshop includes five 2-hour sessions over the course of five weeks. Through insider stories, panel discussions, group exercises, and fun assignments, participants will learn how to turn their personal passion into political engagement. In this workshop, you will learn how to: • Identify your political passions and find your own best way to articulate your positions. • Utilize the power of messaging, messengers and different communication styles and tips to influence opinion. • Understand Utah’s political elections and political party systems and how to participate in them. • Network and develop valuable connections. • Craft a plan of action to achieve your political and advocacy goals

Registration is required to attend Advocacy Bootcamp. Space is limited, so be sure to get your tickets today!.Details online: Early bird pricing is in effect until August 8. After that tickets are $125. Inquire about discounts for groups of 3 or more and scholarships by emailing Inquire about discounts for YWCA members by sending an email to

Engagement Matters: Connecting With Your State Legislators

We are fortunate in Utah to have state legislators who are accessible and available to constituents. But who are they, what do they care about, how can you interact with them to have a voice in the issues and why does advocacy matter in Utah anyway? Join Action Utah and Park City area state legislators for a casual community conversation to: - Find out why engagement matters and what it can look like - Get insider tips on community advocacy from your elected officials - Meet your state legislators and learn about their priorities - Learn how you can have a voice in the issues that impact your life, family and community Guest Legislators: Sen. Allen Christensen (R-N. Ogden), Sen. Ron Winterton (R-Roosevelt), Rep. Brian King (D-SLC), Rep. Tim Quinn (R-Heber), Rep. Logan Wilde (R-Croydon) Please register so we can be sure to provide enough chairs:

Tour and Talk: Spotlight on Air Quality

Air Quality is one of the top priorities for a majority of Utahns. This year the State Legislature adopted a record number of new air quality policies and allocated unprecedented funding for air quality. What will happen next? This Tour & Talk will cover:

  • Air quality initiatives around the state
  • Upcoming air quality policy you can impact
  • How community members can get engaged in these issues

Plus, get a tour of the Capitol Campus during the Interim Session.

This event is free and open to the public. So bring a bag lunch and join us! Space is limited, so please be sure to register: