The Mountainland Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that supports services provided by the Mountainland Aging & Family Services Department for vulnerable, low-income, and fragile older adults in Utah, Summit, and Wasatch counties.
All donations received by the foundation directly support services to seniors and are 100% tax deductible. All services assist older adults in being healthier; maintaining their independence; and in aging with dignity.
Priority services funded by the Foundation include:
- Meals on Wheels
- Meals at Senior Centers
- Assisting Seniors to Live at Home or in Less Structured Environments
- Caregiver Support
Help those that have sacrificed and contributed so much in our society for the abundance that we all enjoy.
Support the Mountainland Foundation:
For more information, contact Scott McBeth at 801-229-3805 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The grants listed below were awarded to the Mountainland Foundation, a nonprofit 501 (c)(3), who dispersed the funding to Mountainland Association of Governments' Aging and Family Services Department to support programs as specified by the grantor.
George S. & Delores D. Eccles Foundation
October 2015 - $2,500 to pay for (meals only) in our Meals on Wheels program
This grant award paid for 774 meals ($3.23 each) which provided 20 meals to 39 seniors for a month in Summit, Wasatch, and Utah counties.
Sorensen Legacy Foundation
November 2015 - $30,000 to support our Meals on Wheels program
This grant award provided 5,000 meals that assisted 250 seniors who each received 20 meals over a month's period in Summit, Wasatch, and Utah counties.
January 2016 - $5,000 to support the purchase of a Meals on Wheels delivery vehicle
This grant award contributed to the purchase of a vehicle which enabled us to deliver 833 meals that assisted 42 seniors who each received 20 meals over a month's period in Summit, Wasatch, and Utah counties.
Rocky Mountain Power Foundation
March 2016 - $3,000 to support our Meals on Wheels program
This grant award provided 500 meals that assisted 25 seniors who each received 20 meals over a month's period in Summit, Wasatch, and Utah counties.
The Meals on Wheels program assists seniors maintain their independence at home. The typical senior receiving meals is 80 years old, female, low income, and is isolated, living alone.