#OneUtah Food Drive

Governor-elect Spencer Cox recently kicked off a state-wide food drive. He is asking for donations to local food banks during this month leading up to his inauguration January 4th.

To assist with this state-wide initiative, Stephen Wade Auto Center is hosting a food drive on December 19th from 10 am – 2 pm. You can drop off items at the following high schools: Dixie, Desert Hills, Snow Canyon, Pineview, Crimson Cliffs, and Hurricane High Schools. Stephen Wade trucks will be at all locations to collect donations.

In addition, there will be a drive-thru location at the St. George Little Valley Pickleball courts featuring Santa Claus.

For a complete list of needed items, please visit https://swac.in/oneutah

All donations will stay in Washington County. Please donate if you can. Please spread the word. We are #OneUtah!





SUHBA Members Care

Madsen Homes recently did some service work for The Dove Center as part of SUHBA’s Summer of Service (which has been extended into the Fall). They found a long term solution to the flooding that would occur on the property after every rainstorm.

Thank you for all of your hard work! SUHBA appreciates you!

The purpose of SUHBA’s Summer of Service is to provide SUHBA members opportunities to help others throughout our communities and promote all the good that our members are doing.


SUHBA Donates $20,000 to Support Local Non-Profits

SUHBA members not only work in their community, but they care and give back to help improve their community!

Recently, two donations of $10,000 each were made to support important local nonprofit organizations. Switchpoint recently celebrated their Grand Opening of Riverwalk which is providing 55 families with beautiful new housing units that they can call “home.”

Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah also received a donation from SUHBA in support of much needed affordable housing in our area.

Thank you to the caring SUHBA members who make these two donations possible totaling $20,000.

Working Together to Build a Better Community.

Carol Hollowell, Executive Director of Switchpoint Community Resource Center and Mari Krashowetz, SUHBA Executive Officer
Kayo Skandunas, Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah and Mari Krashowetz, SUHBA Executive Officer