Emerald Hills Institute

During Covid-19, We have been actively engaged (as statewide COVID protocols permit) in providing emotional support to those families within our community hardest hit economically, in tutoring the youth we can reach with our limited resources, working with shelters in the area for victims of domestic violence, our interfaith outreach and virtual prayer services, and doing everything we can to support medical personal and first responders working directly with the COVID impact within our multicultural community. Our volunteers, from May to July, sewed over 2,500 masks for use by those most desperately and hardest hit by COVID; provided over 200 meals to shelters (in addition to volunteer hours worked) for homeless and victims of domestic violence in South Salt Lake; provided much-needed emergency essentials for members of Utah's Navajo Nation and CRIC Refugee Organization in Logan for at least 500 families; and served over 200 pounds of fresh meats to Somali Refugees in the Logan community - all since the start of the present COVID situation.

Emerald Hills Institute is distributing funding from 2020 COVID-19 Racial Equity and Inclusion Multicultural Relief in Utah Grant funds; by Federal Mandate this grant is for the aid of non-white racial and cultural minorities affected by the COVID outbreak. When we ask for "Reference" please provide details of your contact person or case worker within the service agency, church/mosque, or other organization currently helping you, or the contact details of a permanent resident/citizen of the US who knows you and is working with you. Emerald Hills Institute will not provide cash or payments direct to applicants, but we will provide housing assistance working with the property owner/manager, as well as gift cards to Smith's, Walmart, and similar stores. Funds will be awarded on behalf of grant applicants who apply as a percentage of available resources - all applications are due December 7, and awards will be communicated within one week after the application deadline. If qualified, Emerald Hills Institute will provide funds ranging from $100 to $1000 based on the need and the applicant pool.

For qualification, please take the survey!