Representatives from various organizations met with members of United Way of Eastern Utah on Thursday. United Way honored hardworking entities with grants to further their work in the community.
Active Re-Entry was awarded $4,000 while Epicenter, WabiSabi and Community Rebuilds were each presented with $2,000.
Active Re-Entry is a community based program that assists individuals with disabilities to achieve or maintain self-sufficient, productive lives and live independently within their own communities.
To accentuate Green River’s rural pride and pioneering spirit, Epicenter provides housing and business resources and promotes the arts. A passionate, multidisciplinary team of young professionals aims to engage, collaborate with and learn from the community.
WabiSabi is a nonprofit that receives, revalues and redistributes needed resources to strengthen the Moab community. The entity hopes that one day, everyone in Moab will use their resources wisely and share their excess with those in need.
Lastly, Community Rebuilds strives to to build energy-efficient housing, provide education on sustainability and improve the housing conditions of the workforce through an affordable program.