Season of giving
Posted by Ben McAdams
December 4, 2017
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This holiday season, two county agencies –
Youth Services and
Aging & Adult Services– are accepting gifts for the people they serve. Giving trees with ornaments that name requested items are located in the lobbies of the north and south buildings of the Salt Lake County Government Center at 2100 South State Street. The gifts received over the holidays are used year-round to help kids and seniors get by with basics, like sweatshirts, backpacks, and toothpaste.
A complete list of
Youth Services’ needs can be found online. Unwrapped gifts for youth can be dropped off at any
Salt Lake County library throughout the valley, or in my office located in the north building of the county government center until December 15th.
If you’re able to donate to
Aging & Adult Services, consider hygiene items or gift cards to Smith’s, Target, or Wal-Mart. Those gifts are accepted at Aging & Adult Services on the first floor of the south building at the county government center until December 13th.
I know not everyone is able to give a little extra this holiday season, but for those who can, I hope you’ll consider helping some of the kids and seniors Salt Lake County serves.
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