CCPC serves every individual at their point of need. We clothe the homeless, feed the hungry, and provide assistance to those in need of mental health counseling, just to list a few of our many critically important community programs.
Additionally, CCPC serves as the central hub for emergency assistance services in both Summit and Wasatch Counties. As fellow Nonprofit partner Ollie Wilder has aptly described: “CCPC hosts many partner organizations and initiatives in the community, acting as a hub to gather and work toward significant shared community goals.”
CCPC’s emergency monetary and in-kind assistance can include mental health counseling, immigration assistance, translation assistance, housing stabilization, homelessness assistance, hotel/motel vouchers, clothing, utility assistance (deposits, electricity, gas, and water), among other things that might be needed.
Individuals and families are never charged for emergency assistance services. Due to increased community need, the critical services currently exceed CCPC’s funding capabilities.
CCPC’s emergency assistance program alone has grown by approximately 20% since 2018. Our goal is to serve around 650 individuals and families each year in partnership with approximately 30 other agencies.
As our community grows and needs increase, CCPC endeavors to continue providing these critical services.
To make this happen, we are seeking your financial support. Please consider a gift today.
If you would like to support a specific program or make a contribution to “wherever it is needed most”, visit this page.
If you have any questions about our programs or would like to get involved to help meet these critical needs through volunteering, we would love that too. Feel free to go here for more information on that.
Thank you kindly for your consideration and support.