Team Projects

                               

 

 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:
We have many projects that you can do with a group of friends, family, or peers. These projects help the Utah AIDS Foundation by giving direct support to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families, or providing education to the community. 

 

SKILLS NEEDED:
Must be a self-starter, well organized and enthusiastic.

 

HOURS AVAILABLE:
Flexible.  You make your own schedule and choose how large or small you want the project to be.

 

WHY THIS PROJECT: Team projects are fun and allow you to flex your creativity. This is a great way to spend time with your friends, family and/or peers while giving back to the community. Since you are in charge of the project, you are in charge of your schedule.  It's also a great way to get involved if your schedule only permits a temporary committment to the agency.

 

SUGGESTED PROJECTS:

Personal Care / Food Drive
Personal care items such as toothpaste, razors, toilet paper, and shampoo are some of the most expensive items families need to purchase. UAF offers these items in our foodbank, but they are very popular and difficult to keep in stock. We always need food for the food bank. Click here to see a list of our most needed items.

Organize a personal care item drive in your neighborhood, school, or church, and then donate these items to the UAF foodbank.

Season’s Givings
Make holiday meal baskets for people living with HIV/AIDS. These meal baskets ensure that people impacted by the disease have good Thanksgiving and Christmas/Chanukah dinners. You can also "adopt" a family living with HIV/AIDS and help them with holiday gifts.

World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day is December 1st. Gather a group of friends or family to plan something special for World AIDS Day at your school, office, or church. You might prepare a small program, hold a candlelight vigil, or offer an AIDS Quilt display.  We will provide you with our expertise and any technical support you need.  Be creative!