Angel Services Tree


Mission
: Our mission is to offer services not provided by other agencies for homebound, frail and geographically isolated individuals. Our programs provide independence, improve quality of life, and prevent or end abuse, neglect (including self-neglect) and exploitation of at risk seniors and adults with disabilities.

Target demographics: Our programs provide food,independence, improve quality of life, and prevent or end abuse, neglect (including self-neglect) and exploitation of at risk seniors and adults with disabilities.

Direct beneficiaries per year:
100 seniors Weekly 1000 Plus seniors Yearly 

Program name: Seniors
 Aka Adopt a Grandparent 
(Seniors are sourced from our Angel tree program)



Angel Tree Online
 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Program Overview

What is The Angel Service Tree program?
The Angel program presented by Utah Charities is a state wide, online adoption program that allows people to provide children, teens and seniors and disabilities in need with Christmas gifts.

How does the Angel Service program work?

After choosing an angel online, you will receive a confirmation message (as long as your facebook is open to messages) with a copy of the posted info from this page to help shop for your angel. Instructions will include the angel’s wish list as well as information regarding where to ship your gifts. Deadline for adopting and shopping for an angel is December 18th . Buying a gift card is always welcome, but after December 18 through December 24, the only option is to purchase a gift card for your angel that can be dropped off in to a provided drop box. These dates ensure that your angel receives your gift(s) in time for Christmas.

Who benefits from Angel services program?
this program provides gifts to people with disabilities children, teens and seniors who, due to financial hardship, may not otherwise receive a Christmas gift.

This is the ninth year that Utah Co Op and Angel services have come together to expand the reach and convenience of a program that has helped a million children, teens and seniors in need for over 18 years.