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Salt Lake County Cares

Salt Lake County Cares

What Do Your Donations Do?

Employees have the opportunity to donate to participating charities through payroll deduction. Your donation, no matter how large or small, makes a difference. You may choose how much and how often to donate through PeopleSoft. 

Donation Instructions 

Employees choosing to donate to one or more sub-agencies listed under a Main Charity (Community Health Charities, Community Shares/Utah or United Way of Salt Lake) must also complete a Donation Form.

For questions please contact or 385-468-0563.

Community Health Charities

Community Health Charities

Partnering with Utah’s most trusted health charities to deliver credible health information; community-focused volunteer activities, and efficient charitable giving to employees in the workplace.

For more information about this Federation please contact: Community Health Charities | Utah
Tel: 801-521-4705

Community Shares

Community Shares Utah

Since 1988, Community Shares Utah has been serving as the Community Giving Funding source connecting people to the charities and causes care about most. Our network broadens charitable choice in workplace giving campaigns one dollar at a time and one donor at a time.

For more information checkout our  brochure and fillable pledge form.

For more information, please contact us at 801-486-9224 or visit us on the web at

Canines With a Cause creates sustainable programs and processes to effectively and holistically treat combat veterans with PTSD with well-trained, specialized service dogs that provide emotional therapy as companions.  Donations from Salt Lake County employees help continue our Utah non-profit organization to continue this critical work.  

  Learn More about Canines With a Cause

Children's Justice Center


Children's Justice CenterSilence is the loudest cry of all. Children who have been sexually or physically abused suffer in silence and hesitate to come forward due to embarrassment, shame, or fear of retaliation.  Through the award winning Children’s Justice Center they become empowered to have a voice for safety, protection, and justice. Hope and healing begin here. The Friends of the Salt Lake County Children’s Justice Center is a 501c3 dedicated to support the mission of the program.

We can’t do it alone and need your help. Donations are urgently needed to support the client emergency fund and vital services that help children and families heal from trauma. Children just want the abuse to stop. It is up to the community to make that happen. You can be the one to make a big difference in the life of a child.

For more information please visit  The Children's Justice Center Website and join us on Facebook to get involved in this great charity.  


shelter kids

ShelterKids, Inc is a private nonprofit organization consisting of local professionals and committed volunteers who are interested in youth issues and provide funds and in kind donations for abused, neglected and at risk children and teens that receive services through the Salt Lake Count Division of Youth Services. Through the efforts of ShelterKids, programs for youth in prevention, early intervention and education and training are enhanced. For more information visit

United Way of Salt Lake

United WayUnited Way of Salt Lake’s has a made a promise to the community – to change the odds so that all children and their families have the same chance to succeed in school and in life. We fulfill this promise by utilizing a model of community development called Collective Impact. ThroughCollective Impact, United Way of Salt Lake focuses on areas of education, income stability, and health. Collective Impactallows United Way of Salt Lake to partner with businesses, non-profit organizations, government agencies, religious organizations, schools, families, and individuals to work in a coordinated and collaborative effort to create long-lasting social change.

 For more information about this agency you may contact United Way of Salt Lake at or (801) 736-8929.