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The St. George area and Switchpoint have many opportunities for individuals looking to volunteer and help those in need during the upcoming 2016 holiday season.

2016 Christmas Opportunities
To sign up for a Christmas Project with Switchpoint please visit the following website:

On the top right of the page click on "Find a Sign-up".
Then enter the following e-mail address:

Other Volunteering Opportunities
The Utah Food Bank provides food for the Switchpoint kitchen and food pantry. To donate food or conduct a food drive, please call: 435-656-9122.

Christmas Presents
Switchpoint is working with Kony Coins for Kids this holiday. Families staying at our shelter will be provided with gifts from this program. To contribute to this program, please call: 435-634-6210.

Other Ways to Donate
If you would like to donate or conduct a drive in your neighborhood/school to gather supplies from our wish list, please visit our donation wishlist here and christmas wishlist here.

Did you know that you can now help homeless families
every time you shop online at Amazon?

Switchpoint is partnering with AmazonSmile, a program funded by to provide a simple and convenient way for you to support Switchpoint every time you shop, at no cost to you. AmazonSmile is no different from Amazon, where shoppers are presented with the same prices on the same products. To participate, click on the Amazon Smile button. Please register today and help support Switchpoint. It is easy, convenient, and there is no cost to you! Help us support families in need.

8th Annual Senior Jingle Bells Tournament
Friday, December 16, 2016 9:00 am check in- 9:30 am shotgun $30 per person -Limited to the first 120 entrants Appropriate greens fees applyOur chosen charity for 2016 is switchpoint.

The SunRiver Ladies Golf Association is pleased to be in partnership this year with SunRiver St. George and Cherry Creek Mortgage. These partners have generously agreed to match 100% of all greens fees for our charity. In addition, they are adding dollars to prizes and treats.
The format will be a 2-person scramble with frutts for sale. Sign up as a foursome. All combinations of gender invited. The tournament will be flighted.

Lunch and awards will be held at the grill. The $30 entry fee includes pulled pork sandwiches, beans, coleslaw, cookie, gratuity and non-alcoholic beverage. Sign up in the Pro Shop by December 10th. Please make checks payable to SRSG.

Tours of the Community Resource Center
Tours of the Community Resource Center and Homeless Shelter facilities and programs are open to the public and offered every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at Noon starting downstairs in the Multi-purpose room. Come and learn about our services that are all free and open to all community members.

Circles St. George
People in poverty need to be in charge of their own lives. In our model they are known as Circle Leaders and over the course of their involvement in Circles, each Leader takes an increasingly active role in leading their Circle and giving back to the community. A Circle is a supportive, intentional, reciprocal, befriending relationship made up of one Circle Leader who is a person living in poverty and two to three Circle Allies who are volunteers willing to build supportive relationships that help people achieve their goals. Allies join Circle Leaders in advocating for removing community barriers for people who are working to move out of poverty.

Homelessness exposes individuals and families to traumatic events which often aggravates their current circumstances. Homelessness challenges the ability to access needed resources and regain self-sufficiency. Children are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of homelessness. Homelessness often interrupts schooling and the development of positive peer and mentoring relationships. Homeless children frequently experience dangerous or unhealthy environments and may be more likely to experience homelessness as an adult. Communities also feel the impact of homelessness.

The Switchpoint Facility


Switch Point Community Resource Center serves the homeless through the generosity of compassionate people like you. Donate today!


Contact the Switchpoint Community Resource Center for volunteer opportunities.

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While poverty is the leading cause of homelessness, there are other reasons why a family becomes homeless.

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Beyond food and shelter: Switchpoint Community Resource Center is a stepping stone to independence for homeless individuals.