Humanitarian Aid

Catholic Community Services of Utah and the LDS Church

by Bradford. R. Drake Executive Director, Catholic Community Services of Utah Cheesy artwork credit: NPAT professional design team Editor’s note: We at NPAT invited our friends at Catholic Community Services to write a bit about their awesome, new(ish) partnership with the LDS Church. These two orgs, both as churches and as humanitarian entities, have had […]

Can You Trust Your Favorite Charity? – Part II

by Angela Holzer, President of Given Tree In part I of this article, we discussed a few ways charities can show accountability through having an effective community approach and mission statements. In this article, we will be focusing on another important aspect of showing accountability through the 3S’s (teaching skills, self-reliance and service to one’s […]

26: The Hughes, Color My World

  Angela Hughes, her husband, and kids, are likely just as busy–if not more busy–than the average family. But somewhere in there, they find the time to change the world. In 2000, the family formed Color My World, a non-profit which focuses on humanitarian relief efforts, and involving children in service. Have a listen as […]

The Fate of Charity: If You Were Running For Your Life, What Would You Bring?

Meet Mariama Kallon: a young woman who lost her family to a brutal civil war that lasted for decades.     Early 1990s, Sierra Leone: a small country in Western Africa, and one of the worst places to live in the world. By some accounts, it is the worst. Now fast-forward to Salt Lake City, Utah, […]

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