OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – Bank of Utah delievered carloads of baby items to Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah for their St. Martha’s Project in Ogden Friday.
The St. Martha’s Project has helped 717 new moms in Northern Utah with layettes, and given them information about helpful programs over the past year. CCS of Northern Utah provided case management and held support groups for 308 of those mothers and their families.
Bank of Utah is donating to the following organizations:
Catholic Community Services of Northern Utah – Ogden
The Family Place – Logan
Tremonton Community Pantry – Tremonton
The Family Support Center – Brigham City
Tabitha’s Way – Spanish Fork
Crossroads Urban Center – Salt Lake City
Pregnancy Resource Center – Salt Lake City
Bountiful Community Pantry – Bountiful
The Children’s Justice Center – Price
Hope Pregnancy Center – St. George
“We would like to express our thanks to our employees, friends and customers for making the effort to drop off some wonderful donations for Utah’s families in need,” said Doug DeFries, Bank of Utah President. “Some of the items were handmade by members of local church and community organizations, and we know that Utah babies will benefit from their generous service.”
For more information visit www.bankofutah.com and BankofUtah on Facebook.