Looking for a way to give back, strengthen your community, and boost support for a nonprofit you care about?

Bank of Utah is, too. After a hard year, it’s time to spread love and light throughout our communities.

Join us for the inaugural Bank of Utah Spring into Service Scavenger Hunt, and let’s work together to see how many service projects we can check off our list!

How It Works:

  • Take a picture of you and/or friends completing up to two of the services listed below any time between May 3 and May 21.
  • Post your service pictures on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #bouspringservice.
  • Tag @Bank of Utah, as well as the name/tag of a nonprofit organization. When we receive your post, Bank of Utah will pay it forward and donate $10 to the nonprofit you've mentioned.*

Choose your service project.

Pick from the list below and, when possible or if applicable, ask for permission before performing the service.

- Pay for someone’s meal who is behind you in a drive-thru or restaurant.
- Pick up a bag’s worth of trash from the streets of your local community.
- Sweep someone’s porch.
- Take out a neighbor's trash.
- Give a thank you card to a local first responder for all they have done this past year.
- Clean someone’s car.
- Take a grocery cart back for someone.
- Pay a compliment to a stranger and give them a flower.
- Wash 3 car windshields at a gas station.
- Leave 5 uplifting notes in a public restroom, on someone’s front door or in their yard.
- Plant a tree/flower/plant (make sure you’re allowed first).
- Mow a neighbor’s lawn with their permission.
- Water someone’s flowers with their permission.
- Vacuum a relative's living room with their permission.
- Hold the door open for someone.
- Leave a nice gift at someone’s front door (card, flowers, $5-10 present, food, etc.).
- Walk a friend/relative/neighbor’s dog.
- Help someone do spring cleaning outside.
- Volunteer your time at a charity.
- Donate food to your local food bank or clothing/household items to a shelter.

Choose where you'd like the $10 donation to go.

Below is a list of nonprofits we recommend. However, if you have a specific organization in mind be sure to tag them in your post.

Cache County

  • Bear Lake Community Health Center
    Facebook/Instagram: @bearlakechc

  • Cache Community Food Pantry INC
    Facebook: @cachefoodpantry
    Twitter: @cache_food

  • Cache Employment and Training Center
    Facebook: @cetcsupports

  • Habitat for Humanity of Northern Utah
    Facebook: @H4HNU
    Twitter: @Habitatorg
    Instagram: @habitat
    northernutah

  • English Language Center of Cache Valley
    Facebook: @EnglishLanguageCenterOfCacheValley
    Instagram: @englishlanguagecentercv

Box Elder County

  • Box Elder Community Pantry
    Facebook: @BECommunityPantry

  • Tremonton Kiwanis Club
    Facebook/Instagram: @tremontonkiwanisclub

  • New Hope Crisis Center
    Facebook: @NewHopeCrisisCenter
    Instagram: @newhopecrisiscenter
    Twitter: @NewHopeCrisis

  • Boys and Girls Club of Northern Utah
    Instagram: @bgnorthernutah
    Facebook: @boysandgirlsclubnorthernutah

  • Habitat for Humanity of Northern Utah
    Facebook: @H4HNU
    Instagram: @habitatnorthernutah
    Twitter: @Habitat
    org

Weber County

  • United Way of Northern Utah
    Facebook/Instagram: @unitedwaynorthernutah
    Twitter: @unitedwaynu

  • Weber School Foundation
    Facebook: @WeberSchoolFoundation
    Twitter: @weberfoundation

  • YCC Family Crisis Center
    Facebook: @yccogden
    Instagram: @ycc_ family_ crisis_ center
    Twitter: @YCCOgden

  • Cottages of Hope
    Facebook: @cottagesofhopeogden

  • Family Promise of Ogden
    Facebook: @FamilyPromiseofOgden

Davis County

  • Davis Technology College Foundation
    Facebook: @davistech
    Instagram: @davistechcollege
    Twitter: @davistech

  • Layton Community Action Council INC.
    Facebook: @CAPUtah

  • Senior Charity Care Foundation
    Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @SeniorCCF or @seniorccf

  • Bountiful Community Food Pantry
    Facebook: @BountifulFoodPantry

  • Educational Opportunities For Utahs Children
    Twitter: @edopps
    Instagram: @edopps
    utah

Salt Lake County

  • Catholic Community Services
    Facebook: @catholiccommunityservicesofutah
    Instagram: @ccsut
    Twitter: @CCSUT

  • YMCA of Northern Utah
    Facebook/Instagram: @ymcautah

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah
    Facebook/Instagram/Twitter: @BBBSUtah or @bbbsutah

  • AAA Fair Credit Foundation
    Facebook: @faircredit
    Instagram: @faircreditfdn
    Twitter: @aaafaircredit

  • Journey of Hope, Inc.
    Instagram: @journeyofhope_utah
    Facebook: @JourneyofHopeUtah

Utah County

  • Neighborworks of Utah County
    Twitter: @NeighborWorksUT

  • Utah Valley University Veterans Success Center
    Facebook: @UVUVeterans
    Instagram: @uvu_veterans

  • Community Action Services
    Facebook: @communityaction
    Instagram: @communityactionuc
    Twitter: @CASFB

  • Building Beginnings INC
    Facebook: @bbrecovery.net

  • Red Cross of Central and Southern Utah Chapter
    Facebook/Twitter: @RedCrossUtah
    Instagram: @redcrossutah

Wasatch County

  • The Horse of Many Colors
    Facebook: @TheHorseofManyColors

  • Peace House
    Facebook: @peacehouseparkcity
    Instagram: @peacehousepc
    Twitter: @PeaceHoucePC

  • Community Action Services
    Facebook: @communityaction
    Instagram: @communityactionuc
    Twitter: @CASFB

  • Wasatch Community Foundation
    Facebook: @OurWCF
    Instagram: @wasatchcommunityfoundation

Washington County

  • Red Cross of Central and Southern Utah Chapter
    Facebook/Twitter: @RedCrossUtah
    Instagram: @redcrossutah

  • Dove Center
    Facebook: @dovecenter
    Twitter: @DOVEcenter_SG
    Instagram: @dovecenter

  • Family Support Center of Washington County Utah INC
    Facebook: @FamilySupportCenterofWashingtonCounty

  • Back Packs For Kids INC
    Facebook: @backpacksforkids

  • Southwest Utah Community Health Center
    Facebook: @familyhc
    Twitter: @familyhc_org

*If you choose your own organization to donate to, it must be classified as a nonprofit 501c and must be located in Utah to qualify for the donation. Bank of Utah will donate $10 per unique post, up to $7,000 in total, for the Spring into Service Scavenger Hunt. Each organization is eligible to collect up to $300.