Community Storehouse


The Community Storehouse matches community professionals whose expertise, resources, and skills can greatly benefit needy clients, essentially serving as a "resource bank".

The FACC maintains a list of professionals in a variety of fields who have pledged their services. The beauty of the program is that you - the professional - contribute according to your time, desire and ability to do so. No pressure, no complicated system to navigate - just practical service outlets that have positive life altering changes to those served. Our staff will assure confidentiality and organize requests in such a way as to maximize timeliness and convenience.

In exchange, clients served by the project are required to contribute to the goodwill created within the program by offering their time as volunteers in the community. Depending on the value of their storehouse request, clients volunteer their talents or time at a number of service oriented organizations to return in-kind what they themselves received.



  • Housing & Apartment Search
  • Finances
  • Education & Learning Opportunities
  • ESL/Literacy
  • Medical
  • Mental Health
  • Drug & Alcohol Treatment/Support
  • Dental
  • Transportation (Mechanics/Parts)
  • Home Repair
  • Family Enrichment
  • Attorney/Legal Counsel
  • Individual & Family Counseling
  • Community Outreach/Advocacy
  • Employment
  • Recognition Incentives & Awards

If you are a professional in one of the above professions or related fields and are interested in contributing your time and talents to further assist those in need please contact Heather or e­mail her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Your time, regardless of amount, can significantly increase the number of persons served.

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On Saturday, December 6th, local musician, Lyle Hadlock presents a festive night of inspiring music.  Hope chests made by local craftsmen will be on display at the NuSkin Innovation Center.  The public is invited to view them from November 25th through the evening of December 6th and enter silent bids.  Winning bids for the chests will be awarded at the conclusion of the concert.

Proceeds will benefit the Food & Care Coalition, which serves the homeless and low-income of Utah Valley.  Tickets will go on sale soon, so keep watching so you can guarantee seating.

  • Event: Benefit Concert featuring Lyle Hadlock
  • Date: Saturday, December 6th
  • Time: 7:00 PM
  • Location: NuSkin Innovation Center in Provo