Stay Safe, Stay Connected | Promise Partnership Utah
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Helping students thrive in school, no matter if they're learning from home or back in the classroom.


The Promise Partnership is working to ensure Utah students are ready for a lifetime of learning. In collaboration with the Utah State Board of Education, we’ve built Stay Safe, Stay Connected for families who have experienced the most disconnect from school since the COVID-19 pandemic began. With the help of dozens of community members and organizations, we are committed to helping Utah families support their children’s learning.


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We want to help make at-home education easier on parents, whether your student is full-time at home or needs help with their homework after school. Stay Safe, Stay Connected helps support children with distance learning so that they are on par with their classmates, no matter what their school day looks like due to COVID-19. Utah 211 can help parents get connected with:

  • • Academic programs to best suit their child's needs

  • • Referrals for organizations that help with rent assistance, food, mental health support, and more

  • • Technology, including devices and internet

We can't ensure that Utah students are thriving in school without your help. Get involved with Stay Safe, Stay Connected.

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Provide Laptops

We are currently working with Silicon Slopes Serves to get every student access to the technology they need for their online education. Donate your used technology or give directly to our laptop fund so we can provide laptops to kids in Salt Lake, Davis, and Tooele counties.

Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors and Supporters

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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers of America

Amplifying Youth Connections through Mentoring

Join the Volunteers of America as a mentor for their community-based youth mentoring program to help youth experiencing a variety of risk factors. Mentors and youth do activities such as hiking, visiting museums, learning a new skill together, joining a rec league, etc.

Time Commitment: 1-2 hours a week for 9 months

Qualifications: Must be 21+ years of age and pass a background check

Location: Salt Lake County


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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah

Community-Based Mentoring

Big Brothers Big Sisters needs dozens of adults to mentor kids of all ages from the community, providing them with an additional role model. The volunteer "Big" and youth "Little" meet together 2-4 times monthly for at least one year to spend quality one-on-one time with one another. Matches decide where they will meet and what they will do with guidance and ideas from BBBSU staff along the way.

Time Commitment: 2-3 times a month for 1 year

Location: Statewide


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Virtual ESL Tutoring

Catholic Community Services

Refugees who are new to the U.S. are learning a lot of things all at once, one of the most important being English. Catholic Community Services is looking for committed and compassionate individuals to provide English tutoring to refugees. Tutoring takes place virtually and in person based on the comfort of the client and volunteer. All training is provided.

Time Commitment: 3-month commitment, About 2 hours a week

Qualifications: Working w/ adults. Vols must be 18 or older


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Contact with any questions about volunteering.

Summer Tutoring Programs Coming Soon!

Sign up for our volunteer email list to be notified as new opportunities arise.

Begin Your 211 Search

Utah 211 maintains an online database of more than 10,000 statewide resource and service providers in both nonprofit and government sectors, which helps them provide callers with expert referrals to rent and utility assistance, healthcare, food and meals, income support, and much more. Type in your need and zip code to find resources in your area.

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Sponsored by:


Mark and Kathie Miller


In collaboration with the Utah State Board of Education