The Valley Foundation relies on the generosity and the kind hearts of individuals who support our work. Anyone has the ability to help make a change in the lives of those who suffer or are affected by mental illness and addiction. Every effort and donation counts.
If you would like to show your support and donate to the Valley Foundation, please send a check or money order to:
- Valley Foundation
- Attn: Laurel Ingham
- 4460 South Highland Drive, Suite 300
- Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Valley Mental Health Foundation Mission Statement
The mission of Valley Mental Health Foundation is to provide the financial resources necessary for special projects and programs for Valley Mental Health which will cultivate an environment that promotes the emotional, physical, and social well-being of Valley Mental Health clients.
Valley Mental Health Foundation Vision Statement
Valley Mental Health Foundation is born of an abiding desire to help Valley Mental Health aid and assist without discrimination, to prevent through education, and alleviate through intervention the human suffering caused by mental illness within our community.
Our vision is to help provide Valley Mental Health with the resources to protect precious life and health and to ensure respect for the inherent dignity and rights of all.
By providing the necessary resources to Valley Mental Health we endeavor to relieve the suffering of individuals guided by their needs and distress.
Valley Mental Health Foundation Goals
As a Board we pledge our most sincere effort to assist Valley Mental Health in providing facilities, programs, and the personnel necessary to help those in our community who suffer from mental illness.
We realize Valley Mental Health's obligation to protect and serve is not limited by the current resources available so it becomes our obligation to provide the additional resources as they become necessary.
As we are in the community to raise the necessary funds for Valley Mental Health we will help educate the community about how these programs are not just a vision, but a dire necessity.